Degica revealed the release date for RPG Maker MZ. It also provided information on some of the new features in the latest edition of the RPG creation suite.
A new demo is now available for Degica and Moonana’s Virgo Versus the Zodiac. The demo lets players go through the game’s first dungeon and transfer their progress to the full version.
RPG Maker MZ gives players the tools to create their very own RPG. The new RPG creation software will be available this summer.
A new entry in the RPG Maker series has been announced. Degica will be releasing RPG Maker MZ on PC this summer.
Designer Shoji Masuda is known for some distinctive titles that have generally only been able to garner attention in Japan. Degica Games is finally giving western RPGamers the chance to check out one such title, the anti-RPG Hero Must Die. Again.
Anti-RPG Hero Must Die. Again is out today on PC and PlayStation 4 with a Nintendo Switch release to follow tomorrow. Publisher Degica Games put out a new launch trailer for the game, which starts after the final boss is vanquished.
Degica has announced release dates for Hero Must Die. Again. The anti-RPG will launch for PC, PS4, and Switch later this month.
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Hero Must Die is another title that our man in Japan figured would stay entirely under his remit. That turns out to not be the case as Degica is bringing the game to PC worldwide next year.
Virgo Versus the Zodiac follows Virgo on her morally-dubious quest to obtain all of the Zodiacs’ crowns. RPGamer is able to provide a review of the game ahead of its launch next week.
Degica and Moonana have announced a release date for Virgo Versus the Zodiac. RPGamers will be able to join Virgo in her quest to take the crowns of her fellow constellations next week.
Virgo vs. the Zodiac will be present at BitSummit 2019 at the start of June, and a new trailer has been released ahead of its appearance. The game has also been given a fall release window on PC.
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