BitSummit for many of us developers here in Japan, is the premiere event of the year. Sure, Tokyo Game Show is big, but Indie and AA have never quite felt at home with the larger, more corporate studios, where vying for floor space and spectacle is more important than the games themselves. Being held in the heart of Kyoto and only a stone’s throw away from the Q-Games office was an added bonus too!
With BitSummit, developers and industry professionals could come together — not just from within Japan but abroad too — in a far more friendly, welcoming and…
Q-Games, Baiyon (@Baiyon) & Whisper Not’s NEW PixelJunk Eden T-shirts now on sale! Before you purchase these cool new shirts, be sure to hit up the tweet down bellow, favorite and retweet it for a chance to win a signed poster by Baiyon himself!
On our Friday show, we had somewhat mysterious artist Ping on as our special guest! After showing us some of her diverse portfolio, she was kind enough to draw the two hosts while deftly answering a barrage of questions. The finished product is up above, and we couldn’t be happier!
If you missed the live stream, you can watch the video on our YouTube channel!
We are proud to announce Eden Obscura will be featured at Busan Indie Connect 2017!
This will be our second showing after BitSummit, where it was an overwhelming fan favorite. We will be showing new levels, new camera features, and tighter gameplay than ever! Stop by if you can!
Busan Indie Connect Festival 2017
Busan, South Korea
Busan Cinema Center
The Wonder Boy series is really special. It took the whimsy of Mario and the seriousness of Zelda. Well sort of anyway but that isn’t the point. The point is it has a very special place in many of our hearts. Now to speak in first person dammit.
I’m Mark from Q-Games by the way.
I grew up with Wonder Boy. It was incredible! Non-linear adventuring PLUS platforming? I was sold. While my friends were having slow turn-based random battles, I was running and jumping.
Last year, I was even lucky enough to meet a few of the developers of…
Fun fact: Mortal Kombat and Sabrina The Teenage Witch take place in the same universe. In 1997, to promote the upcoming sequel Mortal Kombat: Annihilation, Cary-Hiroyuki Tagawa reprised his role as Shang Tsung from the first film in an episode of Sabrina The Teenage Witch entitled “Get Over… YOURSELF.” It is revealed that Shang Tsung is actually Sabrina’s uncle by marriage, and while in town on business, he pays the Spellmans a brief visit. Sabrina’s aunts are not thrilled when Shang Tsung fixes dinner–raw boar–or when he takes Salem’s soul after the cat insults him. To get it back, Sabrina agrees to help promote that year’s Mortal Kombat tournament; shenanigans ensue.
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