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DigitallyDownloaded.net Newsletter - July 10, 2022
By Matt S - Editor-in-Chief • Issue #73 • View online
Sorry that this newsletter is so late this week. Our email platform has been down all weekend, which was frustrating, to say the least!
We had a big week this week, with our hands-on preview for Xenoblade Chronicles 3 going live, as well as our massive monthly podcast - be sure to tune in for two hours of in-depth discussions about JRPGs and things!
We also had the opportunity to review Corpse Factory. Don’t you just love when a new game releases and blows you away? Corpse Factory looks humble, but this horror-themed visual novel from an Australian studio has real teeth and impact, and you won’t forget this one in a hurry.
Thanks as always for tuning in everyone, and enjoy the rest of your weekend!

Reviews Of The Week
Review: Corpse Factory (Nintendo Switch)
Review: Gamedec (Nintendo Switch)
Review: Matchpoint: Tennis Championships (Sony PlayStation 5)
Video Of The Week
Xenoblade Chronicles 3 first impressions: Ohhhh this game is brilliant
Xenoblade Chronicles 3 first impressions: Ohhhh this game is brilliant
July Podcast! JRPGs And So Much More!
July 2022 Podcast: What is the value of blockbuster JRPGs, and how does the next year look for Sony, Microsoft & Nintendo?
From The Friends Of DDNet Around The Web
New Releases: July 7th-13th, 2022 - Tech-Gaming
I’m (cautiously?) optimistic about the future of PlayStation Classics on PS5 - Shindig
Six of the best weirdly specific simulators - Rice Digital
Dungeons Of Dreadrock Review – GameCritics.com
Chinkamo Twins – My Twin Sisters Are Totally Into Me - Review - NookGaming
Yurukill: The Calumniation Games review - Tech-Gaming
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All you need to do is head on over to our PayHip store, and check out the February issue of the magazine (this one: https://payhip.com/b/hCHj6), using the coupon code FREEWEEKEND on checking out. That code will give you 100% off the cost of the magazine – it’s genuinely free for you to download and enjoy forever.
Of course, if you do enjoy the magazine and want to read more, you can buy them on the store. DDNet is 100% supported by people buying our stuff, and we are determined not to annoy you with ads and the like, so if you do enjoy our work, please do consider buying an issue or two of the magazine!
Our Favourite News This Week!
Nine minutes and 11 games: eastasiasoft’s “Midsummer” showcase
Miracles do happen! Lollipop Chainsaw is coming back!
Witch on the Holy Night is launching for western consoles this December
Did you enjoy this issue?
Matt S - Editor-in-Chief

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