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DigitallyDownloaded.net Newsletter - October 1, 2022

DigitallyDownloaded.net Newsletter - October 1, 2022
By Matt S - Editor-in-Chief • Issue #85 • View online
You get a FREE magazine this week! DigitallyDownloaded.net is a sponsor of tomorrow’s Oceania DanceSport Championship, so we thought we’d publish the October issue of the Dee Dee Zine for free, and give it to everyone to read between their events.
And, as a result, we’re also making it free for everyone, whether you’re at the event or not. Simply download it off our PayHip store and start reading. No catches, no costs, just a free magazine for you.
In addition to that (how we managed to produce two magazines in two weeks I’ll never know), we have heaps of reviews for you to enjoy, led by our take on The DioField Chronicle. What a game!
I was also interviewed this week! Our kind friends at Shindig asked me some questions about my upcoming visual novel. You can check that interview down below. I hope you’re looking forward to that game! I’m certainly looking forward to getting it out there.
Thanks for reading everyone, and have a great weekend!

Reviews Of The Week
Review: The DioField Chronicle (Nintendo Switch)
Review: Hokko Life (Nintendo Switch)
Review: Potion Permit (Nintendo Switch)
Review: Penko Park (Nintendo Switch)
Review: SongPop Party (Nintendo Switch)
Get The October Dee Dee Zine Now & FREE!
Yes, we did just publish our September magazine issue one week ago, but because DigitallyDownloaded.net is a proud supporter of the Oceania DanceSport Championships, we’ve produced a special, themed issue, that we’re giving away for free to everyone at the event… and everyone else too!
In this dance and rhythm game-themed issue:
- Dance Dance Danseur & Welcome To The Ballroom - anime and manga about dancing.
- On the joys of rhythm games. 
- The best rhythm games for your phone.
- Where are the dancesport video games?
We also have plenty of puzzles - a crossword to test your knowledge of the most famous video games, a sudoku and a nonogram. There’s also a series of comics, as well as a summary of the upcoming games for the month, photography, and more.
You can download the issue genuinely free and with no catches at our PayHip store - the downloadable file is in high resolution and easy to print out, or stick on your tablet or PC for whatever reading experience you prefer. If you do enjoy the magazine please consider buying some of our others, where we delve deep into Japanese art, games, and culture, and each issue is just $5!
Or, if you’d prefer, you can support us on Patreon. For just $1/month you get the magazine as a reward for backing us, making it the cheapest gaming magazine you’ll find out there.
Enjoy!
More From DDNet!
Exciting news! DigitallyDownloaded.net is being a sponsor for the first time!
Developer Q & A: On making Tim Burton’s Pokémon Snap
Interesting games on itch.io: September 26
From The Friends Of DDNet Around The Web
New Releases: September 29th-October 5th, 2022 - Tech-Gaming
Untold Atlas - Interview With Nochi Studios - NookGaming
Stadia's failure shows the world isn't ready for - and doesn't need or want - cloud gaming - Rice Digital
Beacon Pines Review – GameCritics.com
Review: Taiko no Tatsujin: Rhythm Festival (Switch)  ⋆ Shindig
Haiku, the Robot mini-review - Tech-Gaming
Indie-views: A Week On The Water - A quick Q&A with Matt Sainsbury - Shindig
Our Favourite News This Week!
Bunnies on our consoles! Bunhouse is hopping off the PC!
eastasiasoft announces four projects with Softstar, all set for consoles
Wild Hearts is a new AAA hunting action game from Omega Force, launching next year
We don’t know how a To The Moon beach side-story will work, but it’s happening!
Did you enjoy this issue?
Matt S - Editor-in-Chief

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