The MangaGamer Summer Sale has begun! We have over a dozen titles up for grabs from July 28th until August 1st, all at a great discount!
Today we’re proud to announce to several new acquisitions and major new enterprises! Continue reading
The limited edition hardcopy of Princess Evangile is now on sale! Snag it with or without the limited edition wallscroll (or just grab the wallscroll by itself!). If you preordered before the 23rd your order is probably already in the mail (or maybe you’ve even received it already). It is a limited edition, so quantities are limited––pick it up while supplies last!
We’re excited to announce that we’re going to be releasing a limited edition hardcopy for Princess Evangile! The limited edition will come with the game, the soundtrack, a 40 page mini-artbook, and a Steam key for the all-ages version! Preorders are now open. Expect it out on December 28th.
You’re probably wondering why the release date is so far off, well… we’re doing something a little special this time around. In addition to the limited edition of the game, we’re going to be producing a special wallscroll––a wallscroll you all are going to be selecting the design for!
From now through next Monday head on over to the Princess Evangile Election Page to vote for your favorite Princess Evangile girl. The winning girl will be featured on the wallscroll––which you’ll be able to preorder with the limited edition of the game at a discount, or purchase on its own. We’ve provided campaign banners on the election page so you can help get the word out to promote your favorite. The winner and the winning design will be unveiled next Tuesday!
“Would you be interested in beta testing Princess Evangile?,” the e-mail said. This was my first project coming off d2b vs DEARDROPS, and I was eager to work again. I took a look at some info about the game online. A game where you just romance girls as the typical only guy in an all-girls’ environment? I despaired a bit at what I thought would sure be some awful, generic nukige.
Turns out that, as I would soon learn, I was completely wrong. Continue reading