in PlayStation Vita
Demon Gaze is a dungeon crawler RPG developed by Kadokawa Games/Experience Inc and Published by NIS America in the west. The massive customisation possibilities of characters and items, gameplay...
With a flood of 3DS flashkits hitting the market there weren't any noticeable differences between them until the MT-Card arrived. It was the first 3DS flashkit to offer the ability to play multiple...
The SuperCard DSTwo is the SuperCard's team lastest cart, an update from their previous cart DSOnei. It packs many new features and is considered by many king among DS flashcarts for its superb...
in PlayStation 4
Towerfall Ascension first debuted on the Ouya Android home console and rapidly became one of the few must have titles available to the system. Developed by the small indie studio Matt Makes Games it...
The Witch and the Hundred Knight
in PlayStation 3
Nippon Ichi Software (developers of Disgaea, publishers of various titles including Atelier, Hyperdimension Neptunia and Ar tonelico) try their hand at a dungeon crawler/action RPG type game, with the...
Developer Lucas who happened to revive discontinued homebrew project LMP, initially coded by Lick, rolls yet another update to said media player which goes now version Alpha 4. This update brings a bunch of new features:
Developer MIKEGBA has released an early buil dof what should be a good homebrew racing game for the DS.
Graphically speaking the 3D engines looks promising as you can see from the screen captures below:
The said game is currently a early beta stage, ver 0.1, basically what has been done are the 3D engine & sprites and maps temporarily taken GT racer for the GBA.
The game is far from being feature complete, all you can do at present is move the camera around the tracks, so don't hold your breath yet.
Sitting at home bored on a rainy Sunday, what would you do? Well one person decided to spend their Sunday taking a shot at dumping the CycloWiz.
The released PDF file includes screenshots that only the technically minded would understand, but it shows a start to dumping the CycloWiz. The author tantalises readers by ending part one with "An from here, you are on your own."
If the CycloWiz were dumped it would pave the way for cheap imitations.
Meanwhile Team Cyclops said they will demonstrate the update feature of the CycloWiz in "the next few days, as there seems there is a demand for it." The team also promises that they are working hard on the D2B chipset problem and there should be an update on the matter very soon.