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By Matt S - Editor-in-Chief • Issue #74 • View online
This week was the calm before the storm. We had relatively few big games to cover this week (though Mothmen 1966 does deserve more attention than it’s probably going to get), but that’s ahead of a couple of weeks that are going to be truly staggering. Intimidatingly so. I don’t know how we’re going to keep up, but that’s okay because it’s also shaping up to be excellent.
Meanwhile, we’ve got so much going on behind the scenes, and it’s going to be fun to start sharing it with you all - we’re even sponsoring our first-ever event! It’s not what you expected, but that’s been a fun thing to do, and we’ll have more to talk about it soon.
And, finally, the Dee Dee Zine is out next week, so if you’re keen to get a sneak peek at this month’s cover art, scroll on down. It’s gorgeous stuff!
Thanks as always for tuning in, and have a wonderful weekend!

Reviews Of The Week
Review: Mothmen 1966 (Nintendo Switch)
Review: Otoko Cross: Pretty Boys Klondike Solitaire (PC)
Review: Long Live The Queen (Nintendo Switch)
Gadget review: SteelSeries Apex Pro Mini
Video Of The Week
Wild Arms 3: PlayStation Plus Deluxe Gems
Wild Arms 3: PlayStation Plus Deluxe Gems
More From DDNet
On the collision of the futuristic and the medieval: Fabular Q & A
Hatsune Miku Tamagotchi? Yes. Oh very much yes
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From The Friends Of DDNet Around The Web
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Review: Yurukill: The Calumniation Games (Switch)  ⋆ Shindig
The Deer King review - Tech-Gaming
Dolmen (PS4) Review –
Mothmen 1966 - Review | Stranger than Fiction - NookGaming
The July Edition Of The Dee Dee Zine Covers!
Next week we’ll be publishing the month’s Dee Dee Zine, and so, as is tradition, here are the front and back covers to whet your appetite!
We have an amazing issue planned for your reading pleasure. There are features on Hatsune Miku (yep!), Japanese literature, a manga that is absolutely fascinating and, of course, games. That, along with all our usual art, puzzles, photos and more. The Dee Dee Zine is the high point the work we do every month, and as always we hope you absolutely love the issue!
As always, the magazine will be available for purchase individually over on our Payhip store. Otherwise, those that support us on Patreon will get the magazine in return for their kindness. You can back us on Patreon here and secure your copy for when it lands next weekend.
Thanks as always for supporting our grand project!
Our Favourite News This Week!
Wales Interactive announces new interactive film, Mia and the Dragon Princess
A quick note: Rune Factory 5 is now on PC
Nintendo is acquiring an animation studio, renaming it Nintendo Pictures
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