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It’s like a lonely cross between Pokémon and Harvest Moon. This is Toby’s Island, a PC RPG where, as a boy washed up on a dangerous island, you try to survive by farming, building, crafting, and raising monsters to fight for you. Its two-man development team is looking to raise $US20,000 on Kickstarter. Video below.
Via Reddit, here’s what you see when you try to play a certain scene in the European (and Australian) version of South Park: The Stick of Truth on consoles. (Warning: minor spoilers.)
Play a couple hours of the terrific new JRPG Bravely Default and a number of its influences will become apparent. There’s Final Fantasy IX, Final Fantasy: The 4 Heroes of Light, and so on. But one influence may be less evident…. the early 90s high school TV drama Beverly Hills 90210.
There are topics that mainstream video games rarely tackle, but lately, the list is getting shorter. It got shorter yet again last week. It happened in a PS3 game, or rather, in an expansion to a PS3 game from last year. It’s something I can’t not talk about. Spoilers for The Last of Us: Left Behind follow.