The only Princess Maker game that made it over to the US, kind of! Using the cold black void known as DOS, we venture into this world of parenthood and magic!
Princess Maker 2 for DOSBox *A beta English translated version was set to release in the US, but the company that made the game went bankrupt before they could release it. There is no official US release, though the translation was finished for it
Miyazaki, the mind behind Dark Souls and Demon's Souls, set out to create a game that was unlike his other medieval ventures. We wanted to create a horror RPG set in a Gothic Victorian setting including monsters like Werewolves and Vampires. What was created was this materpiece of a game. I usually don't play horror games, but Bloodborne does it amazingly and I can't help but being completely drawn into it's wonderfully built world. Upgraded Dark Souls combat with weapons that transform and an overlooming presence of something bigger than yourself? Incredible.
Since this is my first run, I decided to do a normal run with my favorite weapon, the Kirkhammer. Expect more runs in the future.
Reverie Under the Moonlight is the four title in the Momodora series and is a prequel to the entire series, taking place 4000 years before Momodora I. And the only game in the series that you don't play as either Momo or Dora. This game in particular has some Bloodborne vibes to it as well.
Momodora is an indie Metroidvania game developed by Bombservice and published by Playism. The Momodora series comes from indie developer rdein who created Momodora I-III (I and II available for free on his website, and III available on steam.) The series grabs inspiration from Cave Story and MegaMan.
"When the sky above was not named, And the earth beneath did not yet bear a name, And the primeval Apsû, who begat them, And chaos, Tiamat, the mother of them both, their waters were mingled together, And no field was formed, no marsh was to be seen; When of the gods none had been called into being."
Ever wanted to play the game Journey but have it based under the sea instead of a desert? In my case, yes actually.
ABZU is an undersea exploration game made by Giant Squid. You'll pal around with some fish, swim on the backs of whales, and follow a shark who may or may not be your friend.
There's also something about an anchient civilization and aliens or something, but whatever. Fish, man, they're so cool.