We are an indie to watch out for, as various groups interested in our game have been communicating to us about the game itself! It’s exciting times we’re living in people.This week’s Q&A comes from our Literati Eraser VA, R. J. O’Connell!
I did a Q&A for APEXICON: FANTASY PUZZLE COMBAT. A brief, but very interesting read if you’re interested!
We have raised almost $4,000 with just under two weeks remaining to raise a total of $5,000 to get this game successfully funded! We can do this with your support!
Talawa Games’ PeppyPals, the first of what is planned to be many in a series of entertaining and interactive titles for children ages 2-6, is now available to download on the App Store for iOS devices such as iPhones and iPads.
And I can announce that I am the voice of the Horse character!
If you have or know anyone that has young children, I would highly recommend getting this game for them. There will also be versions released for Android, PC, and Mac in the near future.
APEXICON: FANTASY PUZZLE COMBAT KICKSTARTER - BEGINS MONDAY!
Last month, I announced that I would be lending my vocal talents to an upcoming puzzle game entitled APEXICON: FANTASY PUZZLE COMBAT, being developed for PC, and mobile platforms including iOS and Android by Actos Games, Inc.
Today I am proud to relay the information that was just revealed from Actos Games’ CEO, Jonathan Meyer: The second Kickstarter campaign for Apexicon is ready to launch this Monday, March 24th!
There will be a playable demo, Q&A’s with the people who worked tirelessly to help put this game together - including myself, the voice of the Literati Eraser! The art and sound team also have some very neat items to share as well!
When the Kickstarter is launched, I strongly urge you to donate whatever you can, and certainly spread the word about the Kickstarter itself! Every bit helps with future development of the game (and also helps to further compensate the people who worked on it, like the musicians, artists, and voice artists - nudge nudge).
And if you have a Steam account, please search for Apexicon on Steam Greenlight and vote “YES!” to help get the game greenlit and released on the largest digital distribution platform for PC video games!
Once again, the Kickstarter begins THIS MONDAY, MARCH 24th!
IMPORTANT FOR ANYONE BUYING GTR2 ON STEAM WITHIN THE NEXT TWO WEEKS
So GTR2 is now $3.99 on Steam for the duration of the Summer Sale. It’s easily one of the best and most influential simulation racing games ever made, only having played it for a few hours.
But what you may not notice after purchasing and downloading the game is that some cars are actually missing. You see, the original game came out in 2006, and had officially licensed cars from Ferrari and Porsche included. Since then Microsoft made some sort of semi-exclusive deal with Ferrari, and Electronic Arts extended and tightened up their standing exclusive deal with Porsche. When GTR, GTR2 and GT Legends came out on Steam over a year ago, they just simply took the Ferrari and Porsche vehicles out of the game’s data.
This isn’t actually game-breaking unless you want to play the game’s Driving School mode, which requires you to drive some of the cars that were taken out of the game for certain exercises. It also takes away the ability to play certain championship series within the game (i.e. Porsche or Ferrari one-make series).
I think that’s just lame and you shouldn’t have to suffer with an incomplete game because Ferrari, Porsche, EA and Microsoft are tight-asses. So here’s what you do.
First, download and install the v1.10 patch . This will fix a few things within the core of the game, but you mostly need this to get the missing cars back. Then you’ll need to download and install the GTR2 No-CD EXE- because the patch will overwrite the original GTR2.exe you downloaded from Steam and will require a physical CD in order to run once you’ve installed it. The No-CD .exe is up-to-date with the patch you downloaded, can be used to play online, and there’s even a modified .exe included in the package that takes advantage of systems with more than 2 GB of RAM - it’s a little unstable, though, so if you’re not sure, use the regular .exe included.
Remember that if you’ve downloaded the game from Steam, the game folder will be in the Steam/steamapps/common directory so remember to install the patch and the No-CD there instead of “C:/GTR2”.
Once you’re done with that bullshit, fire up the game and enjoy one of the best racing games made in the last 10 years as it was meant to be.
And then download a shit ton of cool mods from places like No Grip Racing like I need to start doing.
Hi there guys! You know for a odd reason I never done a pic of Star fox: I spent a lot of time playing it, since the release day. I used to go after school to near mall with my best friend to play this game over and over again and go home to keep playing it. Maybe was the incredible music by Hajime Hirasawa, maybe was the awesome graphics (it ¡was a SNES game) but you know, Starfox for SNES is still one of my favorite games ever :) I have rly good memories of that time :) … and I´m creating good memories now!! :D my 5 YO kid just discover SNES games and he loves Starfox too :)
This is an image done time ago for the Bienal del Cartel in V-Con Event in mexico//Es una imagen que hice para la Bienal del Cartel en Mexico, es un Honor haber sido invitado a participar! por cierto… Que envidia, va Akira Yamaoka :) ojala que la pasen bien:) Mas info del evento aqui. https://www.facebook.com/VConMX
Two awesome Paper Mario: Sticker Star dioramas, crafted by Gigi DG (top) and Finchiekins the Owl (bottom) for Nintendo’s recent contest. I sure am glad I didn’t even attempt to enter this competition — the quality of whatever I could have made would not have even been in the same area code as these two scenes.
Hi, I'm R.J., a voice actor and cool dude. When I'm not voicing fan projects for things like Homestuck, Team Fortress 2, Dangan Ronpa, or Hanna is Not a Boy's Name, or being a character in indie games like APEXICON, I can be found talking about racing, video games, pro wrestling, sports, webcomics, cosplay, and getting into silly shenanigans with friends.