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Me llamo Willy y no hice la mili, pero vendo Chili
Sep 7, 2018

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  • Glad to have you back, lashman, huge hugs.

Big thanks for taking part in those monthly threads!
Huge hugs for all of you there.

JoJo's Bizarre Adventure: All-Star Battle R

Well known for its charismatic heroes, striking art style, and unforgettable catch phrases (“Yare yare daze…”), another installment of JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure is coming! JoJo's Bizarre Adventure: All-Star Battle R!

JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure: All-Star Battle R captures the over-the-top art style that is vintage JoJo, allowing you to experience the JoJo universe with powerful imagery as if Hirohiko Araki's manga had come to life. Now you too can freely move the characters created by Hirohiko Araki with your own hands, and feel as if you’re inside the manga where graphics and text meet to invoke the characteristic “ゴゴゴゴゴ“.

Jonathan Joestar, Jotaro Kujo, DIO, Jolyne Cujoh, and other characters from JoJo's Bizarre Adventure gather across multiple generations! With 50 playable characters from all arcs, you can experience popular battles from each story, and see characters from different universes interact for the first time!


Moonbreaker is a turn-based strategy, tabletop tactics game developed by Unknown Worlds, the team behind the Subnautica series. It is designed to be a true digital miniatures experience, set in an expansive sci-fi universe crafted by best-selling sci-fi and fantasy author, Brandon Sanderson. Through accessible turn-based competitive gameplay, ongoing content releases, and deep customization, Moonbreaker offers a variety of gameplay experiences for all types of players.

Lead your Units in fast-paced, turn-based encounters with a never-ending variety of gameplay possibilities. Outsmart your opponents through strategic use of Ship Assists, Roster makeup, map knowledge, and more. Compete against other players online or play offline in a variety of challenges. It’s quick to pick up, hard to put down.

All Crew and Captains are unlockable through gameplay. Each Roster consists of Crew, Assists, and a Captain of your choosing. With more than 50 Units, Captains, and Assists at launch – and more added with each Season release – the Roster combinations are endless.

Made in Abyss: Binary Star Falling into Darkness

The story begins with Riko and Reg's meeting in the first episode of season one. This marks the start of their great adventure, and together they travel to Seeker Camp in the second layer of the Abyss. Experience the awesome power of the Curse of the Abyss, as well as the astonishing, legendary entities known as primeval creatures. Prepare to glimpse the world of Riko and her friends.

Another story takes place many days after Riko and Reg depart for the Abyss. The world’s sole remaining, unconquered chasm, the Abyss, is the stage where many adventures are born...and disappear. Those who appear in these stories are mesmerized by the power of the Abyss and aim for the bottom of the netherworld. The story about to be told is of the adventures of a nameless Cave Raider in the Abyss.

Slime Rancher 2

Slime Rancher 2 is a sequel to the award-winning, smash-hit original that has been enjoyed by over 15 million fans worldwide. Continue the adventures of Beatrix LeBeau as she journeys to Rainbow Island, a mysterious land brimming with ancient technology, unknown natural resources, and an avalanche of wiggling, jiggling, new slimes to discover.

As Beatrix attempts to unravel the island’s secrets and uncover its true purpose, she’ll build, ranch, and farm within a beautiful conservatory, whose sparkling glass walls give her full view of the prismatic paradise she now calls home.

Return to Monkey Island

Return to Monkey Island is an unexpected, thrilling return of series creator Ron Gilbert that continues the story of the legendary adventure games The Secret of Monkey Island and Monkey Island 2: LeChuck’s Revenge developed in collaboration with Lucasfilm Games.

It’s been many years since Guybrush Threepwood was last locked in a battle of wits with his nemesis, the zombie pirate LeChuck. His true love, Elaine Marley, has turned her focus away from governing and Guybrush himself is adrift and unfulfilled, having never found the Secret of Monkey Island. Hip, young pirate leaders led by Captain Madison have shuffled the old guard from power, Melee Island has taken a turn for the worse, and famed businessman Stan has been imprisoned for ‘marketing-related crimes’.

Banter with old friends and new faces on familiar islands now under dangerous new leadership. Then, take to the high seas and explore the new and unknown as you work your way out of tough predicaments. Clever puzzles, bizarre situations, and devastating ripostes are all that stand between Guybrush and glory.

Shin chan: Me and the Professor on Summer Vacation The Endless Seven-Day Journey

Hiroshi has to go on a business trip to Kyushu, so now the entire Nohara family has decided to stay with an childhood friend of Misae's in Assou, Kumamoto.
But when they arrive at Kumamoto Station on their way to Assou, they meet a strange man who offers them an even stranger camera on the condition that they'll act as his witnesses...

With his new camera in hand, Shinnosuke can enjoy his summer vacation in the beautiful Assou fields and mountains to the fullest. The scenery is even crawling with creatures that he would never find in Kasukabe. And there are townspeople to help and new friends to make.
That said...don't these kids look an awful lot like the ones he knows from home?

One cool summer night, Shinnosuke witnesses a giant creature outlined against the light of a full moon. Next to the creature is a strange man with a wide smile.
It's the same weird man who gave him the camera at the station...
And he calls himself the Professor Akuno. Following this encounter more and more strange things start to happen around Assou...

The Wandering Village

In a world where mysterious plants are spreading all over the earth, emitting toxic spores as they grow, a small group of survivors seeks shelter on the back of a giant, wandering creature they call 'Onbu'.
Become their leader, build their settlement and form a symbiotic relationship with the creature to survive together in this hostile, yet beautiful post-apocalyptic world that now surrounds you.

Disney Dreamlight Valley

Disney Dreamlight Valley is a hybrid between a life-sim and an adventure game rich with quests, exploration, and engaging activities featuring Disney and Pixar friends, both old and new.

Once an idyllic land, Dreamlight Valley was a place where Disney and Pixar characters lived in harmony—until the Forgetting. Night Thorns grew across the land and severed the wonderful memories tied to this magical place. With nowhere else to go, the hopeless inhabitants of Dreamlight Valley retreated behind locked doors in the Dream Castle.

Now it’s up to you to discover the stories of this world and bring the magic back to Dreamlight Valley!

Kaichu - The Kaiju Dating Sim

Kaichu is a dating sim about kaiju! You play the role of Gigachu, a gigantic romantic looking for love. Meet six other eligible kaiju and visit twenty-four famous landmarks where Gigachu will answer challenging compatibility questions to decide the fate of your relationship.

  • Multiple storylines and endings: 6 loveable kaiju. Each with their own storyline and relationship obstacles.
  • Nonlinear Gameplay: Completely open to explore the map and date any kaiju from the start of the game.
  • 24 Locations: All based on real world locations, each with their own smashable monument.
  • Innovative Quiz Gameplay: Reinventing the dating sim genre with compatibility questions based on each kaiju’s personality and preferences.
  • Hand painted art: Hand painted backgrounds and hand animated kaiju made with love in the style of TV animation.
  • Original Soundtrack by Clark Aboud (Kind Words, Slay the Spire)


The city burns and bleeds as it suffers the madness of King Louis XVI and his violent legions of automatons. Aegis, a mechanical masterpiece created by the engineer Vaucanson to be the queen's bodyguard, must save the French Revolution in this challenging action-RPG.

Up against the king's mechanical soldiers, deadly accuracy will be needed. String together dodges, parries, jumps and devastating attacks to fight your way through Paris. Every fight will test your nerve and requires excellent discipline, while the huge relentless machine bosses demand patience and skill.

Define your own style and upgrade your abilities as you progress through the game. You can play as a ruthless warrior, a hard-hitting bodyguard, a deadly dancer or a virtuoso of the elemental arts. Take advantage of a wide variety of weapons and skills to approach each fight in your own unique way.

Jack Move

Jack Move is a fresh take on turn based Japanese style RPG’s. Promising a unique blend of gritty cyberpunk storytelling, turn-based battles, and beautiful modern pixel art.

Take on the role of Noa Solares: An up-and-coming vigilante hacker from Bright Town. When the overreaching mega-corporation Monomind, kidnaps Abner, her estranged father, Noa has no choice but to get him back, before it's too late. Why is Abner researching digitised consciousness? And what does Monomind want to do with it?

Noa won't be alone on her journey. She'll be helped out by her best friend and tactical planner, Ryder, as well as her Martini drinking uncle and ex-corporate spy, Guin Blakely.

RPG Time: The Legend of Wright

It's time for an adventure!
Once classes are over, RPG Time begins!
Game master Kenta's notebook holds a handwritten RPG made just for you.
Every turn of the page brings thrills, heroics, and a whole lot of fun!

After school, the classroom transforms into the world of "The Legend of Wright," an RPG designed by young aspiring game maker Kenta.
As you make your way through the game, crafted by Kenta from drawings and cardboard and stationery, you'll see that it's so much more than "just" an RPG. Despite the name, RPG Time also features everything from action to adventure to bullet hell to turn-based battles! It's a treasure chest stuffed full of fun, and there's no telling what Kenta will pull out next.
Nostalgic yet modern, this game is sure to shake up your after-school routine!

First dreamed up 15 years ago, then brought to fruition through more than 9 years in development, RPG Time has been praised for its boundless innovation and creativity, receiving several awards from game development festivals around the world such as Tokyo Game Show, Taipei Game Show, BitSummit, and more.

Little Orpheus

The year is 1962 and NASA are trying to put a man on the moon. In a remote corner of Siberia, a Soviet cosmonaut is heading in the other direction. Comrade Ivan Ivanovich is dropped into an extinct volcano in his exploration capsule, Little Orpheus, to explore the center of the earth. He promptly vanishes.

Three years later he emerges claiming to have saved the world. He has also lost the atomic bomb powering the Little Orpheus. He is taken to a top-secret bunker deep below the Ural mountains to be debriefed by the fearsome General Yurkovoi, a man so frightening even Stalin won’t buy him a drink. The General rolls up his sleeves, fixes Ivan with a steely glare and say “So... where have you been comrade? And where is my bomb?” And Ivan looks him right back in the eye and says “Well General, you might not believe what happened to me, but I’ll do my best. Because it happened like this...”

Join our bold yet hapless hero as he explores lost civilizations, undersea kingdoms, prehistoric jungles and lands beyond imagination. Gasp as he battles the subhuman tribe of the Menkv and escapes the clutches of dreadful monsters! Cheer as he triumphs over impossible odds and brings socialism to the subterranean worlds!

Wayward Strand

It's the summer of 1978, and Casey Beaumaris is trying to make the most of her holidays, when her mum asks her to spend a long weekend helping out at the airborne hospital where she works.

Casey prefers the company of books to people, but she agrees, secretly planning to write an article about her visit for the school newspaper.

With her trusty notebook at the ready, Casey arrives on board the airship. The staff are overworked as they prepare for the visit of an important official, while the patients react to grief, or deal with active trauma.

In the midst of these and many other interlocking and overlapping stories, Casey spends time with the patients, learning about their lives, and, as the stories unfold, discovering what she can do to help.

The DioField Chronicles

The era of myths gives way to an era of great turmoil…

The world of men is mired by an age of war which rages for year on end.

A band of elite mercenaries calling themselves Blue Fox arise amidst the flames and the chaos, their fates and valiant deeds to be sung of in ages yet to come.

But when all is said and done, will the name "Blue Fox" come to signify hope or darkest tragedy?

Kena: Bridge of Spirits

Kena: Bridge of Spirits: a story-driven, action adventure combining exploration with fast-paced combat. Untangle the past as Kena, a young Spirit Guide in search of the sacred Mountain Shrine. Help free the spirits trapped in a forgotten village with the help of the Rot, Kena's adorable (yet powerful) spirit companions.

Dome Keeper

Dome Romantik has grown to become Dome Keeper with beautiful updated pixel art, atmospheric music and sound and more of everything. Defend your dome from wave after wave of hostile attacks in this roguelike survival miner. Use the time between each attack to dig beneath the surface in search of valuable resources. Use them carefully on powerful upgrades to help you stay alive and make it to the next world.



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❤️ やまとなでしこ (大和撫子)
Oct 8, 2021
Thanks for the new thread Mor !!!

This month on my tbl:
JoJo's Bizarre Adventure: All-Star Battle R
Made in Abyss: Binary Star Falling into Darkness
Return to Monkey Island
Kena: Bridge of Spirits

On the opening post there's some Disney game but that's not the Disney game we want....
Is this TWEWY month? september 28th is one year exclusive period.
Sonic Colors: Ultimate one year period is september 7th


Sep 20, 2018
Thanks for your continuous great work on these OPs, Mor .

Probably just Return to Monkey Island for me, from the games releasing this month. That new Spiders games is of course also very interesting, but I still gotta catch up with Greedfall.


Junior Member
Jan 7, 2020
Thanks for the thread :cat-heart-blob:

Getting Railbound and Betrayal at Club Low this month, probably the Zachtronics Solitaire Collection too.

Also expecting 0/4 PC ports on that leaked list of new NISA announcements.
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Bad at Games.
Apr 17, 2019
Thank you for the new thread, Mor!

Wow! There is more coming out this month than I realized. Return to Monkey Island is already paid for, but Moonbreaker, Kena, Dreamlight Valley and Wayward Strand are all interesting to me in various ways. I don't expect to buy them all, but...

I also got sucked back into FFXIV(there are too many things to do!), which derailed my re-play of Deadfire.


Mar 13, 2019
Happy September everyone!

August was a surprisingly good month for me. Spider-Man was great, I finished Xenoblade Chronicles DE, and overall it was a pretty chill month as far as IRL stuff goes.

As for September, I can't remember any game I'm hyped about to be honest, other than MWII's beta tests and maybe Kena, so as long as it's a rainy month down here I'll be happy.

Lovely thread by the way, as always!


Low Tier Weeb
Jan 19, 2019
Crazy seems like the Steam Deck is in the newest copy of Famitsu.

So if you're in Japan and pick up a physical copy of the Famitsu magazine you will see an article about it (16 pages it seems)

I might import a copy along with last week's issue featuring Soul Hackers 2

PS from my understanding there is information that is only available in Famitsu magazine that is not available on their website (since the magazine is a paid thing).

So this could actually be more of an insight not only into Steam Deck but also the PC market in Japan.

So it's definitely worth checking out but I doubt that there will be an online source that translates more of the interesting information.
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When you see me again, it won't be me.
Sep 19, 2018
That new thread, new month smell! :heartblob::heartblob::heartblob:

Here's to this month being better than the last couple. Mystery health issues (MRI this Friday finally, thank goodness), house issues (trying to purchase house and deal fell through), car issues (car died and repaired several times by mechanic, problem still persists), etc. It's been... rough.

In terms of gaming, I'm going to finish up Little Nightmares with the DLCs, perhaps play Immortality via PC Game Pass (and Moonlight streaming to the Deck), and continue on with Disco Elysium as I've gotten distracted with other games, I will also assuredly buy several bundles, several indie games, and many free games that fall forever into my backlog! Stray still beckons to me, as does Spooderman (but no thanks at that price).


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Jul 10, 2021


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Coffee Lover ♥☕
Feb 29, 2020
Happy September! Thank you for the new thread Mor!!!

Feels like there is going to be wave after wave of games over the next few months :dizzy-face: Square Enix alone are dropping a staggering number. I think I am going to challenge myself to actually start beating some games as I have been getting into a pattern of playing a smidge of a new game and then going back to "unbeatable" games.


South Sea Islander
Jul 17, 2021
Manila, Philippines
September already! Time moves so fast... its finally game release season again. Thanks for the thread Mor!

For this month's releases, definitely in for the new Monkey Island and Dreamlight Valley. Perhaps Made In Abyss too, if the reviews are solid.

I also heartily recommend people to pick up RPG Time if the concept speaks to you at all - that game is legit.

Oh man Tinykin has a demo and it reminds me of the OG pikmin game.

Tinykin is amazing! I played it last night on XSX (no choice, my GPU hasnt returned from RMA) and its remarkably fun. I came for the unique visual style, but stayed for the gameplay - 3 hours went by like it was nothing. :flushed-face: The game is just moreish, Pikmin esque light puzzle solving with collectathon platformer gameplay is a winning combo!
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