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DigitallyDownloaded.net Newsletter - February 26, 2022

DigitallyDownloaded.net Newsletter - February 26, 2022
By Matt S - Editor-in-Chief • Issue #54 • View online
JRPGs certainly dominated our week this week! Three massive JRPGs - Elden Ring, Atelier Sophie 2 and Voice of Cards - are all very much worth your while in very different ways.
In the background, we continue to work away at the website redesign - I’m hoping to have an update on that for you all next week. We’ve also got so much art featuring Dee Dee and the gang up on our RedBubble merchandise store, work continues on recovering the visual novel, and in general, we are incredibly busy, but in the best possible way. This is shaping up to be a great year for the site.
Finally, however, a more sombre note because there are some things that are so much more important than video games. As we all know, this week war broke out in Ukraine, following an (illegal and monstrous) invasion by Russia. This has the potential to become one of the worst humanitarian crises we have seen in some years, so please consider donating to the Red Cross. Their assistance is going to be essential in mitigating a great deal of suffering for the innocent people in Ukraine in the weeks ahead.

Reviews Of The Week
Review: Elden Ring (Sony PlayStation 5)
Review: Atelier Sophie 2: The Alchemist of the Mysterious Dream (Sony PlayStation 4)
Review: King of Fighters XV (Sony PlayStation 5)
Review: Voice of Cards: The Forsaken Maiden (Nintendo Switch)
More DDNet To Check out!
A chat with the developers behind Devolver Digital's next indie hit
Interesting games on itch.io: February 21
The catch-up coffee: Thursday, February 24, 2022
From The Friends Of DDNet Around The Web
New Releases: February 24th-March 3rd, 2022 - Tech-Gaming
Atelier Sophie 2: The Alchemist of the Mysterious Dream (Switch) ⋆ Shindig
Majora's Mask: the most misunderstood Zelda - Rice Digital
Beyond A Steel Sky Review – GameCritics.com
Monark review - Tech-Gaming
River City Girls Zero - Review - NookGaming
Dee Dee Zine Store Launched!
Because some people have requested that we make the Dee Dee Zines available for purchase without needing to be a Patreon backer… that’s exactly what we’ve done! The Dee Dee Zine store is now available to purchase individual issues of the magazine. Payments are totally secure and made over Paypal, and each issue of the magazine is a downloadable, high-quality pdf that you can print out, stick on your tablet, or read in whatever way you like!
Did you enjoy this issue?
Matt S - Editor-in-Chief

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