RPG Maker VX Ace, Ninja Gaiden 3, Persona 2: Eternal Punishment and more on Otaku Gaming

I've been putting some articles up on Otaku Gaming that may be of interest here.

Lots of information about Dragon's Dogma to be found in this article.

One was an article detailing some of the screenshots for the upcoming Ninja Gaiden 3

Also, some more information on Persona 2: Eternal Punishment, complete with screenshots as well.

Lastly, I have been prodding at my RPG Maker XP game for awhile now, and will admit that I have perhaps come to the point where I may either try to wrap it up much more quickly than planned, or simply branch off and try something altogether new in RPG Maker VX Ace, which I will be talking about more in the near future as well.  I can say that what I have seen and used of it so far, RPG Maker VX Ace is an excellent piece of design software that really streamlines a lot of the functionality that was lacking in the XP version.  Why is that important?  Well, for one it means people are more likely to finish projects.

I think my current project has an hour or two of gameplay to it, but I envisioned a lot more when I started it, but the scope of what I had in mind has ground it to something of a halt (along with my promotion and new games I've been playing).  Still, I may put out a demo of what I have done, see if anyone's interested in me going further with it or not.
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5 comments :

  1. Do you need RPG Maker to play the game you've created, or does it make it into a standalone EXE file?

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  2. Good question, Amy. :)

    They create standalone EXE files that pack in the media contents and such. The only person who needs RPG Maker is the one designing the games.

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  3. That's one of the most important things, besides features and functionality. This might be something I'd use at some point. If you put out a game, or a preview/demo, I'll give it a try. :)

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  4. Thanks Amy. I may just have to do that and you can see at least what a (likely poor, lol) game can look like with this software. The one I have been working in is several years old now, though I've gotten access to the latest release as well.

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  5. Okie-dokie. Just contact me or leave a general post here, and I'll see it. :)

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