I recently posted an artwork from Valkyrie Profile as part of my "art of the day" series on Twitter.
And I noticed that Valkyrie Profile was something that people liked - I do so too (although I never finished a Valkyrie Profile game up until now!), so I put together a little retrospective about this series.
You can find it in our retrospective series.
A few days ago, I noticed some new artworks from Chrono Cross that looked suspiciously official and new at the same time.
So I looked into it and found out that Another Eden, a free to play japanese mobile RPG, will get a crossover with Chrono Cross.
They look nice, and the artwork itself also looks pretty well made. Another Eden itself is said to be quite some good RPG, but I wasn't able to look deeper into it yet.
Anyway, the great new art can be found in our Chrono Gallery!
Thanks to our friend Binary Scroll, we now have a review of Final Fantasy X online!
This is a translated version of his great article in German on his personal blog.
This is a truly great game that I was never able to play more than a couple of hours. For me personally, I'm just not being able to get into the game, I'm not feeling it. Binary Scroll holds this game in a higher regard. Details about his opinion can be found in the review.
Thanks a lot for allowing me to host the english version here!
Currently at weekends, I'm playing Ys IX: Monstrum Nox and like it very much up until now.
Like always, we have a comprehensive screenshot gallery. I just added it to our Ys gallery, which started back when I played Lacrimosa of Dana, and now I just continue feeding it with Monstrum Nox content :)
I also added some new artwork to our Ys artwork gallery.
Today we have some special art made by Yoshitaka Amano.
Those artworks have recently been found on a 1999s Square Press CD.
You can find the whole pack of CDs on the Internet Archive