Where to find the best price on RPG Maker Fes in Australia
Fancy yourself a game designer? With RPG Maker Fes, you can start making games on-the-go, no programming skills required.
The RPG Maker series has been around longer than almost any other game-making tool on the market. Beginning all the way back in 1992, the first versions of RPG Maker were decidedly limited in scope and quite tricky to use, but in the years since, the series has evolved to the point where nearly anyone can build not only RPGs, but adventure games and graphic novels, too.
In fact, RPG Maker is so committed to accessibility that you don't even need a PC to use it. Console versions of the tool have existed since the original PlayStation and Nintendo DS, although most have never seen release outside of Japan. That's set to change this week, however, with the worldwide launch of RPG Maker Fes for the 3DS.
Taking advantage of the 3DS's touchscreen, RPG Maker Fes lets you draw expansive world maps out of a wide array of sprites themed around fantasy, sci-fi, and modern-day settings. You can also customise enemies and NPCs, weapons and armour, attributes and resistances, animations and event variables, and much, much more. Best of all, you can share the games you create with other 3DS users, and they don't even have to own a copy of RPG Maker Fes to play them. For a tool small enough to fit in your pocket, RPG Maker Fes certainly isn't lacking in scope.
If you're looking to kick off your game-design career with RPG Maker Fes when it launches on 27 June, you're in luck. We've tracked down the best deals on RPG Maker Fes in Australia, and they're right here:
|Retailer||Shipping||Price||Total Price (delivered)|
|Nintendo eShop||Digital download||$59.95||Digital download|
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