- game was first released on July 23, 2014
- Since then, Denpa Ningen no RPG Free has been downloaded 2.2 million times
- Version 1.8 incoming next week
- one new main stage, but also several extra stages (with really powerful monsters from previous stages)
- monsters companions: you will be able to add some monsters to your party, and they will accompany you during your adventures
- over 40 of them in total, and they each have their own characteristics.
- various types for the monsters, such as Dragon Type or Ghost Type, for example.
- upper limit for stamina will be increased, and will go further than 100
- before each stage, you will be able to see the recommended level
- the ''Get Stages'' will now be available for full week (instead of a single day), and there will be more than one stage available each day
- there will be several potential Coliseum Prizes, and the one you get will be chosen via lottery
- Some maintenance planned on July 7/8
Pokemon Super Mystery Dungeon will be featured in the upcoming stream. We aren't sure in which capacity yet however. The main focus on the live stream will be showcasing the older titles in the franchise, with special attention to Pokemon Mystery Dungeon: Explorers of Time.
The stream will last for 24 hours and will kick off on July 10 at 7AM ET/13:00 CEST.
03/07/2015 (Madrid, Spain)- Publisher BadLand Indie announces Castles, from WhootGames studio, will arrive to Xbox One, PS4, WiiU, and PC on September 15, 2015. Castles blends strategy and action to create gameplay as thrilling for the player as it is dizzying for the fearless engineers. Castles tells the story of the ambitious King Harold, whose greatest achievement will be the tower you are constructing. As the tower grows taller and taller, more and more challenges arise along with it. Unpredictable weather combined with the efforts of the jealous and vengeful King Edmund, King Harold's nemesis, may thwart your upward progress.
Featuring three modes of play (story, survival, and competitive) the game can be enjoyed individually or as a multiplayer. With more than 50 levels of randomized gameplay in story mode, players will never play the same game twice. Each player controls an engineer, rather than the blocks themselves, creating a unique gameplay experience. Engineers must match three or more blocks of tools or colors in order to achieve each level's goals. The 7x7 grid allows engineers to move around the perimeter of the central 5x5 grid where blocks fall from above. Snow, wind, fog, and storms challenge the engineers as they work non-stop through day and night. All the while King Edmund's minions, equipped with menacing machinery, are bent on orchestrating the tower's demise.
Nintendo worked in the early 90s on a CD based add-on for the Super Nintendo, together with Sony. This device never came to be as the company decided to work with Phillips instead. This move ended with Sony pushing forward and making their own console, known now as the PlayStation.
200 of these SNES CD prototype units were ever made and barely anyone has seen one in the flesh, but that changed today. In the r/gaming subreddit, someone posted images of the unit. You can view them in the gallery above!