So I recently compiled a list of games I owned in my Steam collection that were created using RPG Maker.
That’s 25. That’s a LOT of games. I want to be clear: I’m not dissing on RPG Maker. I believe it’s a wonderful tool to learn to build games, offering resources, assets, and a system to easily construct maps and events. It’s also 70$, so not too expensive, not to mention it’s always on sale during Steam’s big summer and winter events. The story? That’s for you to decide. Your talent is your greatest asset. You have the building blocks. Build something. Will you take inspiration from other stuff? Will you follow the cliché beats of a fantasy RPG?
|The last RPG game I reviewed, The Chosen, was...|
Today’s game was developed by NIVLACART, published by Degica (the creators of RPG Maker), and released to Steam on March 17th, 2017. It is NIVLACART’s first game, too, so I can't wait to see how well they've done. Let’s jump into Antagonist!