Here is a short list of projects, mostly websites (excluding streams) which have failed.
Gamers communities oriented projects
It was the first website to be created, but the person at the head of it, Stephanie Dorman left promptly after the launch, going on a boat crusade vacation for at least 3 weeks.
They also have an history of spying other projects, doing shady contract/legal stuff, a failed indiegogo campaign (the initial goal was supposed to be $100 000).
I might or might not write and release the information in the near future.
Synthovine started his own wordpress gaming website. He also tried to do streams.
Both failed. He realized the wordpress was a bad idea because the samples submitted were terrible (his words). He deleted his 3 stream videos because he moved to hitbox. He only streams occasionally now.
Carbon based gaming radio
This project might be called a fail due to collateral damage following the Steve drama, yet they did keep doing their episodes after it.
They didn’t have the credibility anymore.
Started by Jennie Bharaj
I debunked it here and a few days later someone else did it too. Jennie replied badly, as usual.
Besides a weak fan base, #GamerGate doesn’t trust the project anymore, and some didn’t even trust it from start.
I don’t know who started it, it was supposed to be live on December 28th 2014. The twitter is inactive.
A response to basedgamer, by Michael Jordan
He shilled his project all over reddit and on twitter, yet people aren’t interested.
Kudos for making a proof of concept, Boo for not going past it.
GameDevs oriented projects
A response to IGDA. I don’t know who started it, the twitter is dead.
A response to gamasutra. The website isn’t updated anymore.
My personal project, a response to IGF/IndieCade. Some people got interested in it, yet it didn’t take off, probably because I didn’t have enough time.
The only blog about gamergate that did succeed, thanks to TheRalph’s hard work. Bravo!
Started by roosh from ReturnOfKing, they’re doing good.
Another one of my projects. The project was supposed to go live “next week” back in october.
Yet, a lot of shit happened, people required my help and I had to investigate some issues.
I made the mistake of seeing it too big. The project will be shrank into a “start small, think big” mentality, and as soon as I get time, I’ll finish it.
Yet, it won’t be linked to GamerGate.
I left out a few projects, I don’t know their current status and I didn’t want to label them either as pending or as failed.
I don’t know why there are so many failed projects, but this isn’t looking good. People who launch projects are either too busy, inexperienced or they simply want to milk #GamerGate.
To those who still are brewing projects: Stop focusing on happenings and keep working.
We need those replacements.