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Carpe Fulgur Can Continue Localizing Japanese Games Good news from Carpe Fulgur’s site last week. Recettear: An Item Shop’s Tale has sold 28,000 copies and going strong! For a game localized by three guys, this is a complete success! As … Continue reading
Just One More Turn… During the first World War, teams of men would dig extensive networks of tunnels under battle fields to attack the enemy lines from below. Sometimes, groups of tunnelers from opposing sides would run into each other … Continue reading
Capitalism, ho! I haven’t played a Japanese RPG in years. I haven’t been able to finish one even longer. But there was a time when the JRPG was the pinnacle of my gaming world. Games like Secret of Mana and … Continue reading
Capitalism, ho! I’m gonna put up a review for the new (in the West anyway) release Recettear. It’s n RPG item shop sim. Until then though, here are some web avatars of game characters!
Simple Fun Anyone remember that Disney cartoon Talespin that had Baloo the bear from The Jungle Book movie? The beat down, hoboish jazz lover flew a delivery seaplane whilst fighting air-pirates in the somewhat under appreciated cartoon. But aside from … Continue reading
I recently posted my list of shame, where I revealed all the games I never played or beat that I felt I maybe should have. Among the never-played group was the first Half-Life game which just looks too outdated for … Continue reading