Jun 102015

We’re pleased to announced that Cosmic Star Heroine will be at E3. Yes, we’ll be showing off the Playstation 4 version of the game in Sony’s booth so if you’re attending, be sure to stop by. And Robert will be there to answer any questions you might have about the game.

In other news, the map count for the game is over the map count for Cthulhu Saves the World now. All the towns are done & we’re just finishing up a few more dungeons. By the time we’re done, Cosmic Star Heroine should have more area maps than any of our previous games (and higher quality maps too!).

RPGFan recently interviewed HyperDuck SoundWorks about their music and their games, including Cosmic Star Heroine. You can listen to that here.

Thanks again for all your support! We’re working hard to get this game done ASAP while not sacrificing quality. 🙂

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  2 Responses to “Cosmic Star Heroine at E3!”

  1. Just a few days ago I somehow wondered if you guys were preparing a new game. Found the old Cosmic Star Heroine and was bought sad (didn’t see and didn’t back) and very very happy.
    The 30 minute demo was all that I needed to push me in going for a Special Edition :p

    You guys made great games with visible and clear evolution between each, with the added plus of adding Hyperduck Soundworks for Penny Arcade 4, which was a great surprise as we aren’t used to such great music for simple battles.

    The fact that the game is based on a Chrono Trigger mechanics with a hint of Suikoden is really what many fans wanted for years I reckon, and while it wasn’t presented as such, I feel a large part of Star Ocean as well…am I right ? 🙂

    Hope you guys an even greater success for CSH and are having fun making it.

  2. Hey, I’ve really enjoyed CSTW and I’ll be buying a copy for my friends as well, thanks for making such a fun and light hearted game which doesn’t take itself too seriously. I’ve recently purchased penny arcade 3/4 and look forward to play it. I definitely will be keeping up with any games you all will be developing.

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