RPG Maker MV

Publisher: NIS America
Developer: N/A
Release Date (US): 2019-02-26 (130 days)
Type: Turn-based RPG
Tags / Compare to: 16bit, Retro, Final Fantasy
Players: 1 Player
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Updated Sunday September 2, 2018 08:36:10 AM:
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Game Description

Your next adventure starts here. A fantasy tale of knights and dragons? A modern history of high school romance? A chronic of GODS and demons? If you can dream it, you can do it. The development of the game is easy. This software provides ease to navigate and develop with the world and character creation, personalization from around the world, and more.

It is an endless source of personalization. With hundreds of graphic assets and an infinite number of possibilities to create your own world and history, the sky is the limit.
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Jeremy Rice
July 5, 2018 11:51:51 AM
I don't know if this will be the RPG maker I finally buy or not, but the official announcement from NIS says that they'll have the player app for free on the Switch, so at the very least I'll be able to play other people's creations.
June 11, 2018 06:06:15 PM
What I am curious about is whether it will be cross-compatible with PC RPG Maker MV. I know there is a long history of RPG Makers for consoles (and portables) over the years, but usually they were something built just for those machines, whereas this one shares a name with a specific PC entry. Looking at Wikipedia I don't see any previous ones that were for both PC and console, though one has some kind of mobile phone support.

I also wonder if, like games made from RPG Maker can be bought on their own on Steam, such a thing could start happening on Switch eShop--though I wouldn't expect all the necessary tools to be in a standard consumer release.
June 11, 2018 03:52:14 AM
hmm. i played around with the 3DS RPG Maker for around 8hrs, didn't really like it (it crashed 2 times on me, the menu is confusing and not really comfortable, not enough pre-made tiles and sprites, no possibility to add something created on my own...)
June 10, 2018 12:50:42 PM
This is exciting to see! It will be interesting to see whether they also port over different DLC resource packs, and how they'll handle publishing and sharing of games.
June 8, 2018 10:29:28 AM
As an indie developer myself, the prospect of this excites me greatly. I don't have any experience with the engine, however. Sure, there will likely be tons of throwaway titles to sift through, but I guarantee that some quality content will be churned out through this, not to mention the almost infinite value it will bring with an ever-changing library.

At the very least, I will buy it just to play the games. But I may dabble in the development side as well...

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