Grinding art for the upcoming VA-11’s full release. This one took quite a bit of time because I find “Christmas Cake Hacker” Alma the hardest character to draw. I’m glad with the results though! she looks a lot better now.
I start with some rough sketches to get the feel of the character, then I go ahead and make a detailed “render” specifically made for the PC-98 filter™. This effect takes quite a bit of time to get right, I even make some changes on the fly like the shoulder and hair bits you see there. The end result is some retro-futuristic waifu ready to get drunk! Overall, this process takes around two days with the pixel thing being the most hardest part… you can tell because it’s not even finished, this is still a work in progress!
Below is a comparison, the old Prototype concept I did in a rush versus the newest one made for the full release. The old one was just me using posterize in Photoshop. Anyway, gotta keep drawing, Kiririn51 out!
I think next update will be the new mixer in action, look forward to it!
Have you bought the Prologue version yet? It’s on sale right now at itch.io for $4.99, get it now and you will have the upcoming full version when it’s out!
seriously, the full game will be more expensive, get it while it’s cheap.
For a while now I’ve been kind of meaning to write a long, in-depth post about 4chan. With the recent controversy between them and some significant feminist figures in the gaming industry, I think it’s important that I finally go ahead and do this. Since, let’s be honest: any time there’s a big…
Some animations for the intro/game over scenes! The bed one loops way too fast cause photoshop is a filthy liar and was even filthier today and ran gifs at half speed but I’m too lazy to fix it
Oh, and I played Sound Voltex yesterday! It was awesome, I need it in my life
Herein we see a stronger Yuri Lowenthal chasing a weaker Yuri Lowenthal.
When the Stronger Yuri Lowenthal catches his pray, he shall bite his neck, killing the weaker Yuri Lowenthal and establishing his dominance as the Alpha Yuri Lowenthal to his pack.
Isn’t nature amazing?
Coming soon: New Videogame starring Yuri Lowenthal as Token Yuri Lowenthal Character
Sadly, no. But while there isn’t a way to launch it directly on windowed mode, you should be able to change it with the usual alt+enter
Update on our announcement!
There seems to be some confusion about the nature of VA-11 Hall-A for PlayStation Vita.
The game will be native and support trophies, live area, the works.
VA-11 Hall-A is Vita native!!!
Hello Kitty Online is a magical F2P MMO-lite game that, at least for the hour that I played of the beta, is powered by Flash, because that’s the sort of technology you immediately think of when making a game where lots and lots of players simultaneously interact with one another.
As of when I played the beta in 2009 or whenever, it was a magical place filled to the brim with other cynical adults like myself who had no reason being there, other than to be a part of the clear zeitgeist that was Kitty White making the jump to becoming the engine of an up and coming WoW killer. While the gameplay officially consisted of talking to characters and running around collecting even more bullshit items than your typical MMO fetch quest requires, the true fun came from when the game’s internal chat censor was broken for like 20 minutes like Velvet Sundown’s text-to-speech on a good day and we all casually cursed like sailors in the chat.
Then the censoring stuff was turned back on and we all quit the game about as quickly as we had started it. The quiz you had to take to sign up for the beta was probably the best part, as it was designed to recruit only “the most serious Hello Kitty fans” or something along those lines, only to all be so easy to cheat that I got the answers off the Hello Kitty Wikipedia page and off I was.
In the end, I probably still regret my time playing that game less than I do the 40 hours I spent playing Shin Megami Tensei: Imagine, though. Because at least for those 20 minutes, Hello Kitty let you say the word “fuck” in public chat.