RPG Maker In The News

RPG Maker is no stranger to the news! When RPG Maker, its games, or its developers make the headlines, we'll be sure to post about it here and keep you updated! Everything from mainstream blog posts to news stories to reviews are fair game!

Dev: Gone Home demake is an experiment in mutability, an accidental exercise in panic

Dev: Gone Home demake is an experiment in mutability, an accidental exercise in panic

Date: 12/27/2013

Source: Polygon

On a whim, Seth Macy decided to try building a "demake" of Gone Home, the critically acclaimed first-person exploration game from The Fullbright Company. That was a week ago... Read more.

Gone Home: The 16-bit JRPG

Gone Home: The 16-bit JRPG

Date: 12/27/2013

Source: Game Front

Gone Home, the fantastic, emotional adventure in videogame storytelling, is set in the 1990s. Now, thanks to an amateur designer, it will look like a game created in the ’90s... Read more.

Gone Home Being Remade

Gone Home Being Remade as 16-Bit RPG by Fan

12/24/2013

Source: IGN

Gone Home has been the recipient of a very warm critical reception this year. Now, with the year just about over, fans will soon have a way to play through the game in a much different manner... Read more.

Microsoft Channels LittleBigPlanet and Minecraft With Project Spark Beta

Microsoft Channels LittleBigPlanet and Minecraft With "Project Spark" Beta

Date: 12/04/2013

Source: DailyTech

User generated worlds and games aren't exactly a new idea. Sony Corp.'s PlayStation saw Enterbrain's cult hit RPG Maker from Enterbrain (a game which had a Japan-only release on Nintendo Comp., Ltd.'s Super Famicom).... Read more.

New Steam Autumn Sale 2013 Flash Deals Include Prototype 2, Gone Home, More

New Steam Autumn Sale 2013 Flash Deals Include Prototype 2, Gone Home, More

11/28/2013

Source: Softpedia

The Steam Autumn Sale 2013 flash deals have just been updated by Valve with brand new price cuts for Prototype 2, Gone Home, Super Meat Boy, and RPG Maker VX Ace, and all have limited time discounts... Read more.