Monday, June 30, 2008
See more screenshots Here, and make sure you check out the videos Here.
Sunday, June 29, 2008
I'm sure you don't need a post letting you know about this, but I have updated the site's layout a bit. As you can see I've added mostly just some more color(or "shade" I suppose is the correct term.)
I tried to get the sidebar widgets to have rounded corners, but I couldn't figure out how to get it all finished(notice the lack of red sides?), so that's really only half finished, so if anyone could tell me how to fix them that would be great!
Also another little glitch is that the little shading around the "posted by" and "labels" stuff at the end of every post doesn't line up with the text when you look at a single post(The intense debate comment system is pushing down the text but the background image isn't moving with the text). So that's another thing I need help figuring out. But for now i'm pretty happy with the changes I've made, and it's been a good year now so a layout update was needed!
So I hope you all enjoy the new look, and if you can help me fix those issues that'd be great!
Thanks a lot for checking out and sticking with RPG Lamer!
So was this just a typo? I think not! Let's not forget last year when Tales of Vesperia was announced, it was leaked in the HTML that the game would be appearing on the 360. That was later replaced with a sort of "Haha you sly dogs, you! No info here! *whistles*" type of message where the system info was before. Not to mention, it's been assumed since the beginning that PS3 would be seeing a port of Tales Of Vesperia one of these days. Mind you Namco Bandai hasn't really commented on this "slip up", but odds are good that we will indeed be seeing Tales of Vesperia on the PS3 someday soon.
Also it bares mentioning that that PDF also lists an untitled Tales of game for the DS. This hasn't been removed either! So woot, new Tales of DS game on the way!
Saturday, June 28, 2008
8th | Final Fantasy Fables: Chocobo's Dungeon | For Wii
22nd | Final Fantasy IV | For DS
22nd | Izuna 2:the Unemployed Ninja Returns | For DS
29th | Spectral Force 3 | for 360
10th | Persona 4 | For PS2
17th | Dragon Quest V Tenku no Hanayome | For DS
17th | Tears to Tiara -Kakan no Daichi- | For PS3
24th | The Legend of Heroes -Sora no Kiseki- the 3rd | For PSP
Wow there's an RPG for every system owner in July! The two big games to look forward to, of course being Final Fantasy 4, and Persona 4.
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Anywho, the releases are lookin' better and better from this month out, lots of good games coming out in July, and especially in August(*cough* Tales of Vesperia*cough*) ! But to find out you'll have to wait until next month, when I'll be back at you with the release date news for August 2008!
- Being put out by Image Epoch and Marvelous
- Traditional fantasy RPG
- Luminous Arc staffers on board
- graphics are only 70% complete
- cutscenes have no facial animation just yet
- dev team is hard at work improving the graphics and liveliness of the event scenes
- voice cast will be announced next month
- 3 character party
- One shared AP gauge between the team, which empties as actions are performed
- multiple attacks are possible, as are massive attacks that will drain a lot of AP
- if party members use the same skills, those skills will be increased
- beasts = Roguresu. These creatures help teach you throughout the game
Producer (MMV): Hideyuki Mizutani
Development Producer (Image Epoch): Ryoei Mikage
Director (Image Epoch): Hiroyuki Kanemaru
Scenario: Takumi Miyajima
Composition/Music Director: Yasunori Mitsuda
Main Character Original Design: Kenichi Yoshida
Roguresu Design: Shin Nagasawa
Tuesday, June 24, 2008
Rune Factory 2 is set several years after the first game. The evil Sechs Empire has been defeated, and the Kingdom of Norad is once again at peace. Things may not stay that way for long, however, as dark premonitions foretell of dangers to come. It’s up to player to uncover the source of these premonitions and bring peace to the kingdom once more. Over the course of the story, players will build and develop a farm, befriend townspeople, raise monsters, take on quests, and find a wife. Rune Factory 2 offers innovative Touch Screen controls, easy-to-use menus, and an all-new compelling storyline.
In a first for the Rune Factory series, the story of Rune Factory 2 is multigenerational. Players begin the game as Kyle, a strange man who comes to Alvarna Village. Eventually, players will take on the role of Kyle’s child, opening up a whole new adventure. It’s an innovative feature that allows players to follow the story of their family and the townsfolk over two generations!