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Late Inning Rally Falls Short in 53 Loss at No 78 Tennessee

first_img The University of Louisville softball team put together a late-inning rally with a three-run homer by freshman Taylor Roby and had the go-ahead run at the plate, but fell 5-3 to host No. 7/8 Tennessee in the final game of the Tennessee Classic Monday evening. TEAM NOTES:• Funke has reached safely via a hit or walk in 12 straight games and she is currently on a five-game hitting streak.• With a stolen base in today’s game, Sidney Melton now has 36 in her career and stands in ninth place on Louisville’s all-time list. She needs one more to tie Jordan McNary (2014-17) for eighth place.• Chung leads the team with a .400 batting average, a .750 slugging percentage and a .552 on-base percentage. Roby stands second on the team with a .391 average, a .565 slugging percentage and a .481 on-base percentage.• Up next, Louisville will host Indiana State, IUPUI and Missouri in its home-opening Cardinal Classic March 1-3 at Ulmer Stadium. Print Friendly Version Roby finished the game with two hits and a career-high three RBIs and senior Megan Hensley had a pair of hits to help pace the Cardinals as they outhit the Lady Vols 8-6. Four of Louisville’s eight hits fell in for extra bases. Story Links Tennessee 5 – Louisville 3 The Lady Vols extended their lead to 5-0 in the fifth when pair of two-out hits by Ayala and Chelsea Seggem and a walk to Ashely Morgan loaded the bases for Ally Shipman’s two-run single. The teams played through two scoreless innings before Tennessee (13-2) put three runs on the board in the bottom of the third. Back-to-back hits by Jenna Holcomb and Aubrey Leach set up Amanda Ayala’s two-run double. Ashley Morgan’s RBI groundout would eventually bring Ayala home to give Tennessee a 3-0 lead. The Cardinals countered in the sixth with Roby’s three-run homer. Hensley led off the frame with a hit and freshman Rebecca Chung walked to put two on with one out. After a Tennessee pitching change, Roby stepped up to the plate and launched the first pitch she saw over the wall in centerfield. Her first career home run brought the score to 5-3. Sophomore Kyra Snyder reached on an error and freshman Charley Butler walked to put the tying run on, but Louisville could not capitalize. Louisville had a final chance to push runs across in the seventh when junior Celene Funke delivered a leadoff single and moved to third on junior Caitlin Ferguson’s double. Roby was intentionally walked to load the bases with two outs, but a groundout ended the game.last_img read more

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ZeniMax Agrees to Settle Facebook VR Lawsuit

first_imgGame company ZeniMax Media said it is has agreed to settle litigation against Facebook, Oculus and individual executives alleging misappropriation of its virtual-reality technology.Terms of the settlement were not disclosed.ZeniMax sued Facebook in 2014 after Id Software co-founder John Carmack joined Oculus as chief technology officer. In the suit, which sought as much as $4 billion in damages, alleged Carmack and Oculus founder Palmer Luckey stole trade secrets and used them to create the Oculus Rift headset.A federal jury in early 2017 returned a verdict in favor of ZeniMax, awarding $500 million in damages for copyright infringement and breach of contract but finding that Oculus did not steal trade secrets. In June 2018, a federal district court judge cut the damage award to $250 million, tossing out the damages against Luckey and ex-Oculus CEO Brendan Iribe as well as denying ZeniMax’s motion to ban sales of Oculus headsets. The parties appealed to the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 5th Circuit; the appeal was pending when ZeniMax reached the settlement with Facebook. Facebook did not immediately respond to a request for comment.“We are pleased that a settlement has been reached and are fully satisfied by the outcome,” Robert Altman, ZeniMax’s chairman and CEO, said in a statement. “While we dislike litigation, we will always vigorously defend against any infringement or misappropriation of our intellectual property by third parties.”In October, Carmack said he settled all litigation with ZeniMax, including his 2017 lawsuit against ZeniMax alleging the company owed him $22.5 million for the acquisition of Id. “Zenimax has fully satisfied their obligations to me from the purchase of Id Software, and we have released all claims against each other,” he said in a tweet.ZeniMax creates and publishes original interactive entertainment content for consoles, PCs, and handheld/wireless devices. Its divisions include Bethesda Softworks — known for role-playing game franchises “The Elder Scrolls” and “Fallout” — Bethesda Game Studios, Id Software, Arkane Studios, Tango Gameworks, MachineGames, and ZeniMax Online Studios. Popular on Variety center_img ×Actors Reveal Their Favorite Disney PrincessesSeveral actors, like Daisy Ridley, Awkwafina, Jeff Goldblum and Gina Rodriguez, reveal their favorite Disney princesses. Rapunzel, Mulan, Ariel,Tiana, Sleeping Beauty and Jasmine all got some love from the Disney stars.More VideosVolume 0%Press shift question mark to access a list of keyboard shortcutsKeyboard Shortcutsplay/pauseincrease volumedecrease volumeseek forwardsseek backwardstoggle captionstoggle fullscreenmute/unmuteseek to %SPACE↑↓→←cfm0-9Next UpJennifer Lopez Shares How She Became a Mogul04:350.5x1x1.25×1.5x2xLive00:0002:1502:15last_img read more

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Apple and Qualcomm Settle LongRunning Patent Dispute

first_imgAt the same time, Qualcomm was coming under pressure after multiple courts sided with Apple; a decision that would have invalidated Qualcomm’s patents could have resulted in a fatal blow for the company’s chipset licensing business.Investors sent Qualcomm’s share price up more than 20% on the news Tuesday, while Apple’s stock stayed effectively flat. ×Actors Reveal Their Favorite Disney PrincessesSeveral actors, like Daisy Ridley, Awkwafina, Jeff Goldblum and Gina Rodriguez, reveal their favorite Disney princesses. Rapunzel, Mulan, Ariel,Tiana, Sleeping Beauty and Jasmine all got some love from the Disney stars.More VideosVolume 0%Press shift question mark to access a list of keyboard shortcutsKeyboard Shortcutsplay/pauseincrease volumedecrease volumeseek forwardsseek backwardstoggle captionstoggle fullscreenmute/unmuteseek to %SPACE↑↓→←cfm0-9Next UpJennifer Lopez Shares How She Became a Mogul04:350.5x1x1.25×1.5x2xLive00:0002:1502:15 Popular on Variety center_img Apple and Qualcomm have agreed to settle their long-running patent dispute, both companies announced Tuesday. The agreement effectively ends all lawsuits between the two companies; Apple will license Qualcomm’s chips for 6 years, and also agree to pay a one-time undisclosed payment for past use of Qualcomm’s technology.News of the settlement came just as the case between the two companies was heading before a jury San Diego, Calif.Qualcomm and Apple had been fighting in courts around the world for years. Qualcomm, in essence, was arguing that Apple wasn’t compensating the company for the use of its intellectual property; Apple on the other hand had been alleging that Qualcomm was using invalid patents to demand royalty payments for the use of wireless chipsets.While these lawsuits never ended the business relationships between the two companies, they did have some real impacts on Apple’s business. Late last year, Apple had to update its phones in China to prevent a sales ban. Around the same time, the company was forced to stop the sale of older iPhones in Germany.last_img read more

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This Sexy Radish Pillow Will Keep You Warm and Comfortable

first_imgLet us know what you like about Geek by taking our survey. Have you ever found a radish sexy? No, not even once? You may very well change your mind after you see this soft pillow. From Felissimo’s You+More brand (it’s supposed to sound like the word “humor”), you need to check out this new radish pillow that’s laying there in a sexy, seductive pose. It’s meant to cuddle with, because when you think about cuddling, that’s the first thing that comes to mind, right?The daikon radish is meant for you to get comfortable with at home, but it’s not a new concept. People take photos of radishes striking weird poses all the time, like crossing their “legs” or spreading out like some sort of voluptuous, veggie poser. They’re sultry and “sexy” if you like veggies, I suppose. So that’s where the idea came from, but would you actually order one? I don’t know. I kind of like it.AdChoices广告The Sexy Daikon Body Pillow comes in two sizes: the 26-inch version that’s a miniature representation of its larger cousin, and the much larger 115 cm version that you can spoon in bed, if you’re into that sort of thing. When you get home you can curl up on the couch with your radish partner and spend some time “vegging” out on the couch. Get it? Okay, I’ll stop.Interested in taking one of these babies home? You can snag one online via the official You+More site, with orders shipping out between April and June. There’s a bunch of unique things to buy at the same place, so if you like quirky accessories, this is the place to find some of them. Let us know if you purchase one and make sure to take some steamy pictures with you and your radish. Be careful, though. You may find that people can’t control themselves around lewd radishes.last_img read more

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DC Movie News The Past and Future of the DCEU

first_imgStay on target Let us know what you like about Geek by taking our survey. Of course, there will be drama and darkness, but there’s reason to think there won’t be nearly as much as we’ve come to expect from the DCEU. That logo is literally a loud, flashy bolt of light bursting forth from dark clouds. That alone should tell you exactly what they’re trying to do with this movie. And as a bonus, we now know to expect some real updates today. Entertainment Weekly is hosting a Facebook Live from the set of the movie today. Some cool updates should come out of that.Ben Affleck as Batman in Justice League. (Photo: Screenshot via YouTube/Warner Bros.)Beyond that, there’s The Batman, the only movie we seem to know less about as time goes on. Will Ben Affleck play Batman in it? It seemed like it at one point, but now nobody can say for sure. Will it be at all connected to the DCEU as we know it? That was already a question before Justice League, and it’s an even bigger mystery now. Fortunately, there are a couple of facts about the movie that seem relatively set in stone. First, there’s the director. As Comic Book reports, Matt Reeves debunked rumors that he’s leaving the production. At this point, he has a story, but not a final script, set for the movie, and he’s sticking around to see it through. That’s good news. Reeves is a great director, and his take on Caesar in War for the Planet of the Apes proves he is certainly capable of delivering an exciting, fresh take on Batman.We’re just not going to see it for a while. A report by Heroic Hollywood reveals that The Batman won’t go into production until next year. Given what we know about DC’s schedule, that makes a lot of sense. Warner Bros.’ slate of superhero movies is pretty full at this point, with Shazam!, Wonder Woman 2, and a Joker origin movie set to come out in the next couple years. That doesn’t leave a ton of room for the Caped Crusader. Since it won’t even start filming until next year, don’t expect to actually see the movie until 2020 or 2021. That’s a long time to wait to find out who will end up playing The Batman. With Reeves at the helm, it should be worth it, though.New Gods (via DC Comics)DC isn’t showing any signs of slowing down beyond that, either. Warner Bros. announced another DC Comics-based movie that sounds like a departure from everything they’ve tried before. Ava DuVernay, of Selma and A Wrinkle in Time, has been hired to direct a movie based on New Gods, Nerdist reports. Unlike the grim, monochrome world of BvS, New Gods is pure Jack Kirby colorful space adventure. And given the visuals in A Wrinkle in Time, there’s no better director than DuVernay to bring the comic to the big screen. We are kind of excited for New Gods here at Geek.DuVernay’s also tweeted in the past that if she were to make a superhero movie, she’d want it to be about one of the New Gods, Big Barda. Conveniently, Barda’s homeworld has already been shown in the DCEU. Apokolips was teased in Batman’s dream sequence in BvS. Yes, at least one good thing might come out of that pointless, overlong scene yet. If there ever was a time to take the DCEU into space, it’s now. Hey, colorful, fun Kirby-base space adventures worked magic for Marvel. It’s not hard to imagine it doing the same for DC.It’s no secret that after Justice League’s dismal box office performance, Warner Bros. wants to take the series in a completely new direction. This New Gods movie might be their best chance. Almost wholly removed from Justice League, New Gods can be something truly unique and special for DC movies. With DuVernay’s direction, it can be the bright, beautiful, earnest space epic promised by the comics. It could also introduce some long-anticipated characters to the DCEU, including Mister Miracle and Darkseid. That might get a few fans back on board. Batman Loses a Dad Again, Another Ben Affleck Update & More DC Movie NewsSecret Aquaman Role, Wonder Woman’s Throwback Photo, & More DC Movie News It’s starting to look like DC movies have a bright future ahead of them. Warner Bros. has some movies on the horizon that people are genuinely excited about. Early reports about Aquaman have been very positive. A Wonder Woman sequel is definitely happening. Most of the news coming out about D.C. superhero movies is really exciting. That’s good. If there’s one company that probably needs positive buzz about its future, it’s DC Entertainment. It needs to start building hype for its upcoming slate of movies, because it doesn’t seem like any will carry over from the last one.According to Syfy Wire, Justice League is officially the lowest-grossing movie of the DCEU. In total, it grossed $229 million domestically. Now, that’s still a lot of money. $229 million is nothing to sneeze at, but Warner Bros. was almost certainly hoping for a much bigger number. The Justice League is a name that means something to people. It counts some of the most recognizable superheroes ever created among its members. Hell, before 2013, most people knew the Justice League way better than they knew the Avengers. For the first ever live-action big-budget Hollywood adaptation, you know Warner Bros. was hoping for Avengers money at least.Instead, they made just short of Man of Steel money. The DCEU’s first big crossover movie’s total domestic gross fell far short of Wonder Woman’s which boasts the company’s highest total of $412 million. Even Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice earned more with $330 million. Fool us once, I guess. It’s no wonder Warner Bros. felt the need for a change of direction after Justice League came out. Hopefully, this weaker performance doesn’t mean fans are less interested in DC’s movies, though. The company really does have a lot of interesting projects coming out.Like, for example, Shazam!. There’s still not a ton of information about this movie out there, but official Twitter, Facebook and Instagram pages have been launched. This movie is happening, and hopefully, it turns out to be the fresh start the DCEU needs. It has a great cast (Zachary Levi plays the titular hero), a promising director and, so far, a color palate that consists of more than greys and browns. Leaked set photos of Shazam’s costume would certainly suggest a  more upbeat, positive tone than we’ve seen from the DCEU so far. And now, we have a logo.last_img read more

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Watch These Movies Before The Lion King

first_imgThe Jungle BookEven though The Jungle Book made nearly a billion dollars in its own right, Jon Favreau’s first “live-action” Disney remake always felt like a test-run for The Lion King. Having a single real human, the jungle child Mowgli, makes the cavalcade of photorealistic animals slightly easier to accept. Plus they got Bill Murray to play Baloo and that’s fun.HomecomingLet’s be real, a major reason why lots of folks are excited for The Lion King is because they cast the one and only Beyoncé as the voice of adult Nala. And if you want to see the magic that can happen when Beyonce’s in front of a camera, watch Homecoming, her stunning work of art of a concert film. On Netflix you’ll not only get a tour of her music career as filtered through her legendary Coachella performance but also the music soundscapes of historically Black colleges and universities, plus behind the scenes footage of how it was all pulled off.Solo: A Star Wars StoryRegardless of how the movie turns out, Donald Glover as adult Simba is pretty stellar casting. And if you want to see Donald Glover well-cast in a Disney that also probably doesn’t need to exist, go back and check out his campy cool performance as young Lando Calrissian in Solo: A Star Wars Story. Or did you already forget about that movie?DreamgirlsWe already know Beyoncé can sing. But can she act? At least in a musical where she basically plays herself and also gets to do a lot of singing? See for yourself in Dreamgirls, the movie adaptation of the Broadway hit. Like with Homecoming, you’ll also get an education in Black musical art as the story is a barely fictional retelling of the story of record label Motown.Kimba the White LionNot to sound like a weeb, but you should really read the manga before you watch the anime. Kimba the White Lion’s tale of the cute little jungle cat comes from Osamu Tezuka, the legendary creator of Astro Boy and “the god of manga.” Coming up in the 1950s, Tezuka’s art style was greatly influenced by Walt Disney. That’s why many find it disappointing that Disney allegedly ripped off Kimba (Jungle Emperor Leo) with The Lion King instead of working directly with Tezuka when they had the chance.Cadillac RecordsWe basically put every Beyoncé movie on this list, okay. While she’s sort of playing Diana Ross in Dreamgirls, in Cadillac Records Beyoncé is just straight up playing Etta James. A bunch of other celebrities play musical icons too like Mos Def as Chuck Berry, Jeffrey Wright as Muddy Waters, and Cedric the Entertainer as Willie Dixon. And then they all get ripped off by Elvis.The Adventures of Milo and OtisI’ve complained a lot about the weird choice to render all the animals with uncanny photorealistic CGI in the new Lion King. But if they wanted the movie to look real what choice did they have? Use actual lions? If you want to see how that might have turned out, go watch The Adventures of Milo and Otis where people narrate over footage of real animals “acting” out the story. But considering the animal cruelty allegedly required to make this happen, maybe CGI isn’t so bad. Disney+ Gets Fox Movie Remakes, Hulu/ESPN BundleA Reminder That ‘The Lion King’ Is One of the Best Movies Ever Stay on targetcenter_img This year we’ve already had to suffer through pointless live-action remakes of animated Disney classics like Dumbo and The Lion King. But with The Lion King, the mouse has saved the best for last. At least, the original Lion King is the best as far as these movies go. This remake however seems even more dicey because in this case “live-action” means an entire film of CGI animals so photorealistic they can’t even get across the emotions of their super celebrity voice actors. Oh well, at least that live-action Mulan looks pretty sick.Watch these movies before The Lion King.last_img read more

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Boot up video confirms PS4 Slim is real

first_img <> Yesterday, the internet blew up over what appeared to be images of a PlayStation 4 Slim. This caught many by surprise as they didn’t think a slimmer PS4 was in the works (not to mention how no one was expecting news of this kind to drop on a Sunday). We gave our analysis and thoughts on this console earlier today but were still not one hundred percent certain if this machine was legit or not. Today, we finally have confirmation that the PlayStation 4 Slim is very much real.The authenticity of the system was confirmed by Eurogamer, who sent DigitalFoundry’s Richard Leadbetter to visit the person who bought the system from Gumtree. In the video below, you can see the PS4 Slim being booted up. Leadbetter had some hands-on time with the system, though the video states that nothing about that experience will be posted until next week.As we previously reported, Sony will be holding a special event in New York City on September 7. We believe that the company will officially unveil the PlayStation 4 Neo, but it is also possible that it will also show off this slimmer PS4. If you recall, a report from late June said that Sony would be revealing both a slim PS4 and the PS4 Neo at this year’s Tokyo Game Show. That event takes place a week after the Sony NYC event so, with all the information in front of us, it is reasonable to assume that both events will give full details about the two systems.For now, we should be glad that the PS4 Slim has been confirmed to be legit. Speculation and rumors are fun, but we’ve had enough of that this year. We’ll certainly learn more about this system in short time so stay tuned for any updates.last_img read more

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After Super Mario Run Whats the Next Nintendo Mobile Game

first_img Super Mario Run Didn’t Meet Nintendo’s ExpectationsSuper Mario Run Comes to Android This Week Stay on target Welp, it happened. Nintendo put out a dang smartphone game, and Mario himself is that star. Super Mario Run has arrived on iOS, and despite what some dopey shareholders think, it seems like a pretty big hit. As a game, the Mushroom Kingdom auto-runner isn’t half bad. You can watch us play it in this archived video of our holiday live show. You can also read these tips about how to get better at beating Bowser with one hand. But Super Mario Run isn’t just a game; it’s a sign of Nintendo’s evolving place in the video game industry. So what’s next?Super Mario Run is part of a five-game deal Nintendo made last year with Japanese mobile game magnate DeNA. The first result of this partnership was the social messaging app Miitomo from earlier this year. Super Mario Run is the second game. We already know mobile versions of pastoral life-sim Animal Crossing and fantasy tactical-RPG Fire Emblem are on the horizon. Pokemon Go doesn’t not count due to the Pokemon Company’s autonomy, another fact too complicated for shareholders to grasp. So that still leaves one game left to reveal.What could this next Nintendo mobile game be? Let’s try to make an educated guess. First, it has to be a game that makes sense on smartphones. For as much as Miitomo and Super Mario Run feel like software only Nintendo could make, they also don’t feel radically different from other smartphone apps. They’re a social messaging app and a runner game, respectively. Those are two extremely common types of apps. Imagining mobile versions of Animal Crossing and Fire Emblem isn’t too hard. Now you can hand over your paychecks to Tom Nook or pair off your future wizard and Pegasus knight children while text messaging.This is good because it means Nintendo is keeping up with the competition. But for every negative aspect of mobile game design they toss out, they keep another. It’s great that, unlike most mobile games, Super Mario Run costs a set amount with no free-to-play elements. It’s not so great that, like most mobile games, this single-player game pitched as perfect for train rides needs a constant internet connection. So for better or worse, Nintendo is making games that work well on mobile using franchises that work well on mobile.We also suspect we’ll see games based on franchises Nintendo is especially interested in keeping relevant. Nintendo hasn’t been shy about saying the ultimate goal of these mobile games is to expose a larger audience to these characters and hopefully get them to buy more substantial Nintendo games that require Nintendo hardware. That means every Nintendo mobile game will probably be from a franchise popular enough to also warrant some kind of Nintendo Switch counterpart. Sorry, Sin & Punishment, Custom Robo, and Joy Mech Fight fans.With those considerations, here are some Nintendo franchises we think might be coming soon to mobile.The Legend of ZeldaZelda games are some of the longest, deepest, richest, most complicated games Nintendo develops, so it makes no sense on mobile. But it’s also one of the most beloved and well-known Nintendo properties, so, of course, it’s coming to mobile. Watching Nintendo reconciles these issues should be fascinating. We think looking to more casual, multiplayer Zelda games like Four Swords Adventures or Tri-Force Heroes for inspiration might be the answer.PikminAfter a lengthy break between Pikmin 2 and 3, Pikmin is on a bit of an upswing. In addition to the short films produced by Shigeru Miyamoto, we’re getting a Pikmin for 3DS and most likely a Pikmin 4 for Nintendo Switch. Pikmin’s relaxed strategic romps through nature controlling colorful alien ants with your finger would be a great fit for mobile.Mario KartMario’s kart racing spin-off is arguably more popular than the mainline platformers at this point. Mario Kart Wii sold like 35 million copies. Mario Kart on mobile could theoretically use a smartphone’s gyro controls to provide Wii-like motion steering. It worked pretty well for Angry Birds. Let’s just hope the Luigi death stare makes a reappearance.Mario RPGNoticing a theme? Mario is huge, Mickey Mouse huge, and Nintendo would be foolish to limit his presence on mobile to just Super Mario Run. Since they don’t require fast, responsive controls, RPGs work just fine on mobile. Just look at those Final Fantasy ports. Between Super Mario RPG and Paper Mario and the Mario & Luigi series, Mario has a long RPG history. That history should continue onto mobile.YoshiThere are two ways we see Yoshi coming to mobile. The Yoshi’s Island series has the dinosaur carrying vulnerable baby Mario while throwing eggs at enemies. Early DS game Yoshi’s Touch & Go proved that egg-throwing and touch screens go great together. Meanwhile, Yoshi’s Cookie is a classic puzzle game, and puzzle games are also a premier mobile game genre. So take your pick!Even if none of these franchises are Nintendo’s fifth mobile game, they could still come to mobile later on. If this first batch of five is successful, you better believe Nintendo and DeNA will develop some more smartphone games. I just hope that all those millions of people enjoying mobile Nintendo games realize the Nintendo Switch is where the real action will be.last_img read more

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Viz Media Teams Up With Rose City Games For Indie Publishing Initiative

first_img Sailor Moon SuperS: The Movie Has a Limited Theatrical Screening When Can We Expect to See One Punch Man Season 2? Let us know what you like about Geek by taking our survey. Viz Media, the publisher you’re likely intimately familiar with if you’re a regular anime or manga consumer, is embarking on a new venture: publishing video games. Viz Media has previously published gaming adaptations of massively popular franchises like Pokémon and The Legend of Zelda, and so many anime and manga series that it’s difficult to keep count. The company has teamed up with indie developer Rose City Games to publish its first game, the very first addition to its portfolio, The World Next Door.The World Next Door is a supernatural action game with character designs and artwork from illustrator Lord Gris, and it has a decidedly anime-flavored look to it. The narrative-driven game follows a young girl named Jun who’s meant explore a parallel world that’s positively chock-full of magical creatures.The game will pair indie and anime game sensibilities with an “eclectic” cast of characters and a healthy dose of intrigue and mystery peppered throughout. It’s difficult to get a feel for what kind of game it’ll be exactly, but it sounds like a breath of fresh air. It’ll be releasing on PC eventually, and Viz is planning on releasing two additional games developed by Rose City Games in the next few years.If you’re an indie developer looking to get your start in the business, you may want to reach out to Viz Media, as the company is currently accepting inquiries for games looking for the right publisher, from developers who have just started work on their project or even with completed titles in general. Personally, I’m looking forward to Rose City Games’ first release, as it has an intriguing color palette and attractive character designs.Hopefully, we’ll get a better look at the game as the developer continues to work on the title for release. It’s probably going to blow us away.center_img Stay on targetlast_img read more

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