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Friday, July 13, 2007
Joakim Sandberg (Chalk, Noitu Love) interviewed by Skaldicpoet9. [Chalk review, konjak.org]

Fraxy updated with new version, dated 13th of July 2007. [Fraxy review]

An XBox360 version for Paul Cunningham's Doppelganger is now available. [Doppelganger review]

Yakouga 4 released. [mature content]

Another Everyday Shooter gameplay video - part of an indie game coverage by the 1UP show. Invalid Tangram on the DS was featured in it as well.
Anonymous x_x said at 7/14/2007 12:50:00 AM:  
Yakouga 4 seems nice, if fairly standard. But once again there's something wrong with my computer and a game by these guys. This one crashes when I get to the second large stationary thing consisting of 5 parts. It's on the right side. There's a lot of "fairies" on the left side. And the game just quits at that moment. No error message, no nothing. Wonder if it happened to anyone else.
Blogger Graham Goring said at 7/14/2007 02:30:00 AM:  
Is Yakouga Japanese for cameltoe?
Blogger CosMind said at 7/14/2007 09:30:00 AM:  
regarding the everyday shooter video that's linked here -

there's such a classic moment in there. when the mic lady is comparing the game to others, and jon says, "and parsec47", with a look of sheer enthusiasm and wonder.

and crickets. the lady is clearly baffled. polar opposites :)