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RPG Tsukuru 4: Where Could It Go?
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By: Draygone | Published: March 26, 2008 22:00 pm | RPG Maker
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Not too long ago, the RPG Maker Pavilion had a special feature featuring the RPG Maker we should've had, RPG Tsukuru 4. For those not in the know, it was the RPGM between our RPG Maker 1 and 2. We got Japan's RPG Tsukuru 3 for our RPGM1 instead due to RPGT4's team dispersing, which would've left Agetec, our guys who have been bringing us the console RPG Makers, without any help in localization.

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Kumo Shinagi's Top 5 RPG Maker games in the Universe!
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By: KumoShinagi | Published: February 28, 2008 22:00 pm | RPG Maker
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Throughout the years of playing and using RPG Maker, I've come across some some games I've really liked. So, here's my top 5 games across all console RPG Makers!

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License Hunter Exclusive Preview
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By: Ixzion | Published: February 25, 2008 22:00 pm | RPG Maker
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The Mag got an exclusive preview of the award-winning game, License Hunter, created by the man called TAKE for RPG Maker 2. The following article is just a mirror for the site that he created to show off his work:

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Review: Corporal Buggy Bear
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By: hitogoroshi | Published: January 22, 2008 22:00 pm | RPG Maker
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This is everything a comedy game should be. Hilarious, and not just by the standards of a game. There were many genuine laughs - though for the best experience I recommend playing it with a friend. This games requires no excuses, and is easily worth downloading the runtime package for.

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The Mag is dead
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By: Lantis | Published: December 26, 2007 22:00 pm | RPG Maker
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Over the course of the year 2007, RPG Maker magazine (the Mag) has undergone some changes. And while some were for the good, it seems as though for every good aspect that came into light, at least two aspects of ill intent would raise their ugly head to the community. And all you are left to do is figure out why.

Well, let's try and see if we can't do just that.

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Promising Games of 2008
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By: Ixzion | Published: December 10, 2007 22:00 pm | RPG Maker
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As we get nearer to 2008, we can look back and notice that there wasn't especially much output from the RPG Maker community. Well, at least in the thought of full game releases.

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Review: Duder and the Mage
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By: hitogoroshi | Published: October 24, 2007 22:00 pm | RPG Maker
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First off, let me say that I was stuck when I saved between two bosses with no heal, so I didn't see this game to the end. So if the plot has a great ending or whatever - no dice.

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Magonian Interview - Lantis
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By: TheGnasher | Published: September 19, 2007 22:00 pm | RPG Maker
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Community Relations agent The Gnasher interviewed one of the very few members of the RPG Maker Magazine site who hold the title of Magonian Legend, Lantis. Lantis is known in the community for his work (together with SarahsKnight) in the game "Secret of Everyone: Arc Arath", for RPGM1, and for his unusual views on relationships. The following is the full interview, unmodified (except for very minor grammatical corrections), which took place between June 28 and July 6th 2007 through Private Messages in the forum.

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Preview: Legacy
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By: Ixzion | Published: September 10, 2007 22:00 pm | RPG Maker
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Ix: You describe your game as a "Realistic Fantasy." What does that mean, and what will that mean for your players?

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Preview: Return to Purgatory
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By: Ixzion | Published: September 10, 2007 22:00 pm | RPG Maker
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With the recent release of RPG Maker 2, many wannabe game makers are taking on the task of creating their ultimate masterpieces. I had the opportunity to chat with one of these game makers and pick his brain a bit about what he is attempting with the new system. His name is Josh Schwartzkopf but many people know him as merely "Velcro". And over a lengthy conversation on AOL Instant Messenger, this interviewer had the chance to find out what is in the works for Velcro.

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