RPG Maker MV Preorder & Release Date

RPG Maker MV

RPG Maker MV is being released on October 23, 2015. You can preorder your copy with a 10% discount and two bonus packs: the Cover Art Characters Pack and the MV Essentials Set. Steam or non-Steam keys will be available when RPG Maker MV is officially released. The preorder cost (with the discount) is a princely $71.99, but to me (based on what I’ve seen so far) it’s worth it! RPG Maker MV Official Trailer What Makes RPG Maker MV Exciting Previous RPG Makers (from 2K to VXA) have only been limited to Windows only. However, RPG Maker MV can now be used on both Windows and Mac machines. Not…

Preorder RPG Maker MV for 10% Off Plus Bonuses

Payday is literally just around the corner (tomorrow actually), so I’ll be preordering my own copy of RPG Maker MV. I’m surprisingly excited. And then, of course, it means I have to relearn JavaScript, not necessarily a bad thing. Hopefully, most likely later in 2016, I’ll be giving away Steam keys for RPG Maker MV in the form of a competition. At least that’s the plan. Watch this space for details!

RPG Maker 2003 Official English Translation

Yes, it’s official! RPG Maker 2003 has been officially translated into English and is now available on Steam. I just bought it to add to my Steam collection. I now have them all in one convenient place. When I first discovered RM95 all those years ago, and then RM2K, even though they weren’t officially translated into English, when RM2K3 was "released" it put me on a life-changing journey. I’ve not looked back since. RPG Maker 2003 is actually what really got me started. I’d played all the classic RPGs, like Final Fantasy, Chronotrigger and Ys: The Vanished Omens and always wanted to create my own games. With RM2K3, I was…

All Work, No Play

Sadly, there have been no updates since I started my new job. I work nights, from 10 p.m. to 7 a.m. so spend 6-7 daylight hours sleeping. I’m hoping that things should settle down again after Christmas, when my work days go back to Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays, leaving the rest of the week free to make updates. This means that for now all RPG Maker projects and scripts, and the RPG Maker Times Companion and its blogsite haven’t been updated for a while. The online store has also been put on temporary hold, despite its deadline looming. It has enough contents already that it can still open, but I’m…