Just a short update this time: Maybe you noticed it, the navigation now looks a bit nicer both on desktop computers as well as mobile phones :)
After the wall of text presented in the "Love and RPGs" report, I think it's time again to go back to what was always part of rpg-o-mania since it exists: Artworks. This time, it's about the Lufia games, starting with the DS remake of Lufia 2.
You know, I never really liked Lufia 2 when I first played it, but I came to terms with it. And now that i see the DS remake, I really really want to play that somehow :)
Good evening everyone, I hope you weren't surprised that the updates stopped after a four day row. Well, the reason was that I worked on a really, really big report (for rpg-o-manias standards) - it's Love and RPGs, an approach to love in our favourite genre.
The list is far from complete, but I tried to get as much information about this topic, which is interestingly underrepresented in games, even nowadays.
I really hope that you like this report!
These days it's pouring updates, isn't it?
Only a small one though: I've drawn two images from Chaz and Rika for the Phantasy Star galleries.
They're going to be one bigger picture, but I'm a bit exhausted now that I've drawn those images for a couple of days now.
Today, a short update in between with something different: A few Seiken wallpapers, optimized for mobile screens.
They are based on the same idea I had with the Xenoblade wallpapers recently. I liked the style and I had assets that fit the art style, so I thought that it might be a nice idea as well to create some Mana wallpapers in that style.