Hi everyone. It’s not often I’ll tell you not to pick up one of our games, but if you’re interested in picking up the fantastic Japanese Dungeon Crawler, Elminage Gothic, then you should wait until Monday, because that’s when it becomes part of the Steam Weeklong Deals. Elminage Gothic will have its price slashed by 50% meaning you pay just £3.49 for this brilliant game. You’ll have to hurry though, as the offer ends on Monday 13th June, so be sure to visit the Elminage Gothic Steam Store page to take advantage of this great deal.
From the makers of the world renowned “Wizardry Empire” titles, Starfish SD brings you the latest entry in their popular series of dungeon crawlers. Elminage Gothic, previously only available in Japanese on PlayStation® Portable, now comes to PC offering a classic old school dungeon crawling experience with a dark, gothic twist!
- Well over 80 hours of dungeon crawling gameplay!
- Hundreds of stunning monsters, creatures and demons to defeat
- Multiple character classes
- The classic and traditional “THAC0” system!
- Full Japanese to English translation
In their 8/10 review, RPGSite said: “If you are the type of person who relishes in challenging themselves, with the patience to crawl through hordes of relentless enemies, then you can’t do much better than this. At around 50 hours long, this is a task not quickly completed.”
In other news, last weekend I visited MCM Expo at the Excel Centre in London. It was great to see lots of familiar faces from the blog comments, and from Twitter, alongside some of our beta testers and a few people I knew from other European publishers.
I also got to meet David & Nao from Idea Factory International, who’d come over to London to show off some of their latest games. It was brilliant to meet both of them, and I must say some of the games they brought over looked excellent.
I didn’t pick up any models or games this year, but I did buy a few volumes of manga, I’m now up to date with the Western release of UQ Holder and I picked up some more Vinland Saga among other things.
While the convention seems to get bigger each year (I’ve been going since 2004) the whole event seemed much less crowded than usual, and it was nice to be able to move around more freely. Opening up more space really has made it a much more pleasant experience.
If you went to MCM Expo (or any other convention for that matter) I hope you had a great time :). I’d imagine I’ll be back in October so if any of you are planning to head down there on the Saturday then there’s a chance I’ll see you there :).
That’s all from me. I’ll be back next week, but until then why not follow us on our Twitter and Facebook pages, our Youtube Channel and our Google + account, where we’ll be posting all the latest news from Ghostlight? You can also follow me on Twitter for a more personal take on all things Ghostlight.
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