I had started to think that Platinum King Jewels were a hoax concocted by malicious Dragon Quest IX players, but I finally collected a treasure map (Diamond Path of Woe Lv. 68) that led to a grotto with the legendary monsters on the 13th floor. Click past the break for proof.Continue reading
I’m nearly a week late with this post, but better late than never, eh?
First, the bad news: Cing, the developer of both titles, filed for bankruptcy on March 1, making a North American release of Last Window highly unlikely.
Now for the good news: The Nintendo DS is not region-locked. This means North American DS owners can import Europe region DS releases and play the import games in their North American DS.
Hotel Dusk holds the honor of being the only game that my wife completed before I did (which is high praise for the game’s design, story, and characters). The little I’ve seen of Last Window promises more of the same, which, in this case, is a very good thing.
So if you enjoyed Hotel Dusk, like old school adventure PC games like King’s Quest or Grim Fandango, or simply enjoy a quality game with a good story, you can’t go wrong with Last Window.
You can purchase Last Window: The Secret of Cape West from Play-Asia. If you decide to pick it up, please use the link in the previous sentence to purchase the game and help support Brainstorm Warning.
Eleven years ago today, the Sega Dreamcast was released in North America. To celebrate the Dreamcast’s 11th birthday, I’ve recorded and uploaded gameplay videos of three of my favorite Dreamcast games: Project Justice, REZ, and Super Puzzle Fighter II X For Matching Service.
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