Newsletter - July 24, 2022



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By Matt S - Editor-in-Chief • Issue #75 • View online
I hope you’re all had an awesome weekend, friends!
We published the newsletter a little later this weekend, because it is magazine weekend, and we wanted to share all the details about that - scroll on down for all the details. We hope you love it - we think it’s one of our best to date.
We’re also thrilled to say that we’ve got a massive, $1,500-dollar prize pool competition for our Aussie readers this week. To score yourself a RIG headset, a copy of Stranger of Paradise AND the all-new DLC, click here. It will take you five minutes to enter and will be absolutely worth the effort!
And that’s it for us this week! After an absolutely massive week of reviews, magazine, features and more, we’re giving ourselves the evening off to play some games for fun (i.e. Hatsune Miku).
Stay well, and we’ll see you all next week.

Reviews Of The Week
Review: Live A Live (Nintendo Switch)
Review: Stray (Sony PlayStation 5)
Review: Warriors Orochi 3 Ultimate Definitive Edition (PC)
Review: LOUD (Nintendo Switch)
Video Of The Week
Stray: Short games are good, actually
Stray: Short games are good, actually
From The Friends Of DDNet Around The Web
New Releases: July 21st-27th, 2022 - Tech-Gaming
A week later: how do we feel about the Anbernic Win600? - Rice Digital
Dusk Diver 2 - Preview | Hack'n'Slash in Taipei - NookGaming
Salt And Sacrifice Review –
Coromon review - Tech-Gaming
480Hz refresh rate? Alienware's latest laptop displays are on it
July's Dee Dee Zine Is Live!
We have a really special edition of the Dee Dee Zine for you this month! Jam-packed into the 56 pages of this issue you’ll find:
– Hatsune Miku, the history and future of Japanese idols.
– A manga on sex education that everyone should read.
– An interview with the developer of indie VN masterpiece, Corpse Factory.
– On trying to kick the Magic: The Gathering habit (again).
– The works of one of the modern Japanese literature greats, Hiromi Kawakami
We also have plenty of puzzles – a crossword to test your knowledge of all things Japan, a sudoku and a nonogram. There’s a comic and story featuring Dee Dee & her friends, as well as a summary of the upcoming games for the month, photography, and quotes from legends of Japanese art.
You can grab your copy of the magazine from our PayHip store, here. And don’t forget, if you would like to subscribe to the magazine, you can support us on Patreon here. Patreon backers get the magazine delivered to their inbox every month, and at any amount pledged (so you can be a subscriber for as little as $1/month!)
Our Favourite News This Week!
Turn-based tactical RPG Circus Electrique launches this September
Alfred Hitchcock – Vertigo will finally be coming to consoles
South of the Circle is releasing sooner than you’d think!
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