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Fan Shows What The Witcher 3 Would Look Like If It Was A Japanese RPG

A user under the nickname kishi_kun showed how The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt would look if the game was created on the basis of RPG Maker. The gamer presented a series of screenshots in a similar style, which depicts the characters of the CD Projekt RED title. Kishi_kun shared his work on reddit.

RPG Maker is a program that allows users to create their own role-playing video games. Most often, with its help, titles of the JRPG (Japanese role-playing game) genre are developed. Most of the programs in this series were published in Japanese, but recently localized versions have also begun to appear.

Kishi_kun posts a new RPG Maker game fragment on reddit once a week. The user creates separate scenes of dialogues between the key characters of the third part and additions to it.

Minecraft began to issue permanent bans for violation of communication rules

Minecraft moderators have the right to impose perpetual bans on users who violate community rules when communicating on public servers, as well as through signs and books. The developers announced this in a blog post on the official website.

The ban will apply to all versions of Minecraft, with the exception of Minecraft Dungeons. The new rules do not affect single player either. The developers have promised to add temporary bans for less serious rule violations.

Mojang Studios previously introduced a new paid DLC for Minecraft. It will add characters from the Star Wars universe to the game. The add-on is based on the original Star Wars trilogy, as well as the series The Mandalorian.

Pinky and Brain repeat the most famous meme from World of Warcraft

Fans of World of Warcraft found a reference to the game in the second episode of the reboot of the animated series Naughty Animations. In it, Pinky and Brain reproduced the meme with Leeroy Jenkins – after discussing the plan of action, one of them suddenly rushed at the enemy in the dungeon with shouts.

Leeroy Jenkins is one of the most famous heroes in World of Warcraft, who emerged from a joke from player Ben Schultz: he made fun of long planning before a fight. While his team was discussing further actions during the passage of the Blackrock Peak dungeon, he burst into the crowd of enemies with the battle cry “Lyro-oh-oh Jenkins”. The moment was captured on video and long considered authentic, until player Ben Vinson, who recorded the video, admitted in 2017 that it was a production.

The animated series “Mischievous Animashki” was released from 1993 to 1998. On November 20, 13 episodes of the show’s relaunch were released on Hulu.