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Alice Dreams Tournament Kickstarter Online

What is Alice Dreams Tournament you might ask? Well, it’s basically Dynamite Dreams! For those unfamiliar with Dynamite Dreams, it’s basically a Bomberman-inspired action-puzzle game designed by French developers Julien Desquenne (aka Patbier) and Nicolas Pochet (aka Poche) with musical contributions by Philippe Vendi. A company in Europe had the rights to the name Dynamite Dreams and they forced the …

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Hucast Games announces 2D platformer Alice’s Mom’s Rescue for Dreamcast

Redux: Dark Matters developer Hucast Games has kicked off the new year by announcing an original Dreamcast platformer titled Alice’s Mom’s Rescue. It would appear the game has been developed by French developer Orion; back in November 2014 the developer revealed four other games on DC Emulation Forums. Alice’s Mom’s Rescue is available in two separate physical editions for Dreamcast. A regular jewel …

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Hucast successfully releases Redux: Dark Matters to PC on Steam

Hucast games debut sh’mup Redux: Dark Matters has finally seen a PC release on Steam. It is no secret that the Dreamcast version has had more than a few problems, the game was advertised with PC screenshots and footage, to make matters worse the released game had game crashing bugs. Finally, for anyone interested in playing a fully realized version …

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We’re giving away two copies of Redux: Limited Edition

Earlier this year, due to mix ups at the post office, I ended up with a whole lot more copies of Hucast Games than I had ordered. So I spoke to our editor in chief, Chris, and, together, we decided to share the extra copies with the community. Each time I was to do a write up on the game …

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Ghost Blade Teaser 2

Ghost Blade the upcoming Dreamcast exclusive sh’mup by the developer of the Dux trilogy was delayed in September from December 2014 to TBA 2015. The delay was caused when Hucast Games lead programmer left the team due to an out break of war in his part of the world. Since then the Germany based studio has found a new programmer …

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NG:Dev.Team shares Razion’s second trailer

It has been quite a few months since we last heard of Razion, the upcoming NG:Dev.Team shm’up that shares an uncanny similarity to the Dux games shortly after the original trailer reveal the German studio was inundated by YouTube commenters who derided the studio for recycling the assets from Dux. NG:Dev.Team did try to appease the commentators by commenting “No. The …

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We’re giving away a copy of Dux 1.5 and want you to win it!

Last month, we gave away a copy of the original Dux (see our review) and this month we are giving away a copy off Dux 1.5. This time the contest will take place on Facebook: Share this post on your timeline and tell us what you would do with a free copy of the game. Be sure to include the hashtags #SNcontest, …

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DCS Dux: Extended hands on

In 2007, Neo-Geo: Development Team ported its debut title Last Hope to the SEGA Dreamcast. Not long after the games release NG:DT’s lead artist Rene Hellwig launched his own separate independent studio Hucast.Net created solely to develop Dux exclusively for Dreamcast. To promote the game, he set up a beautiful blog where he routinely shared his unique vision for his …

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NG:Dev.Team reveals Razion

This is an interesting bit of news, NG:Dev.Team just announced Razion an upcoming horizontal sh’mup scheduled for Autumn 2014 for the Neo-Geo a Dreamcast port has not been announced. I was quite surprised when I received the press release from the German based studio, I couldn’t understand how they could announce another game so soon. They just released Neo XYX on …

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From Germany with Love

Since the last few years our friends at Germany have been on the receiving end of a lot of criticism. Redspotgames Sturmwind distribution fiasco continues to plague the community. More recently Hucast has been getting some criticism over the shipping of Redux: Dark Matters, off course the criticism they have received has deeper roots, but it is fair to say having …

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