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RPG Maker MV Game's Promo Video Streamed

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Game launches for Switch, PS4 in West in 2019 after delay

NIS America's NISA Showcase 2019 presentation revealed a promotional video for its release of the RPG Maker MV game for the Nintendo Switch and PlayStation 4 on Monday.

NISA describes the game and the story:

Like its predecessors, RPG Maker MV allows aspiring game developers and storytellers to craft their very own video games. With a large variety of assets and customization options, RPG Maker MV is the most powerful game development software for creative minds everywhere!

An epic journey begins.... with YOU! Become a master game developer with RPG Maker MV. With an assortment of tools at your fingertips, create elaborate, exciting, and memorable video games stragith from your console! Then, share your epic adventures online with other players! The possibilities are endless with the latest and greatest RPG Maker software.

The game will have in-game audio in English and Japanese, and in-game text in English, French, Italian, German, and Spanish. NIS America will also release the RPG Maker MV Player app as a free download at launch. The app allows players to play games that other players created.

The software was originally slated for release Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One in the West on February 26. The Switch and PS4 releases have been delayed to a general 2019 release, and the Xbox One version has been cancelled.

The game launched in Japan for the Nintendo Switch and PS4 on November 15 under the title RPG Tkool MV Trinity, though the software had several bugs that were fixed via updates after launch. The Xbox One version was also scheduled for November 15 in Japan but was delayed to an early 2019 release before being cancelled.

Kadokawa released the software on the PC via Steam in English in October 2015, and later released it for PC in Japan in December 2015. NIS America is releasing RPG Maker MV in partnership with Kadokawa Corporation.

The Overlord III anime recently inspired a free game developed with RPG Maker MV.

Sources: NISA Showcase 2019 livestream, NIS America's website via Gematsu


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