More maps, more units, more carnage
Tiny Metal really hit the spot for Advance Wars veterans, offering hours of turn-based tactical gameplay and some excellent presentation. Developer Area 35 has now revealed a sequel in the form of Tiny Metal: Full Metal Rumble, which offers more content, maps and units than the original, as well as multiplayer...
"Please allow me to apologize again for my actions"
Towards the end of last year, there was controversy surrounding the funding of the Advance Wars-esque turn-based strategy title Tiny Metal. The issues stemmed from Project
"We're dedicated to making it the best experience possible"
Tiny Metal developer Area 35 has detailed the first major update for the game, Patch 1.0.10. This patch comes with a wide range of fixes, changes and new content. The most noticeable update is that the opening cinematic has been replaced by a more traditional loading screen. Balancing...
Hold me closer, Tiny Metal
It's been almost ten years since we last had an entry in Intelligent Systems' superb Advance Wars series, but don't let that depress you - we now have the next best thing in the form of Tiny Metal, the debut game from Japanese studio Area35. This is unashamedly a clone of the aforementioned Nintendo franchise and the nuts...
"We worked hard under very limited resources"
Tiny Metal sure looks a lot like Advance Wars, and that's no bad thing when you consider how beloved that particular series is. If Nintendo and Intelligent Systems aren't going to give us a new entry, then we should perhaps be thankful that newcomer Area35 is doing it instead; formed by Hiroaki Yura,...
Promises plenty of content and strategy
The Advance Wars franchise is fondly regarded by plenty of GBA / DS era gamers, but it's been quiet for a good number of years. Understandably that's led to plenty of attention for TINY METAL, a title that isn't shy about trying to assume the crown for turn-based strategy warfare. It's out this week...
"...THIS IS GOOD."
Tiny Metal may have been delayed, but it's still on track to become - potentially - a viable option for Advance Wars and Switch fans around the globe. The latest news regarding the Sony-published title has not been the best, but this week the director of the game invited famous Japanese video game director and scenario writer Yoko...
"Toxic employee" attacks Project Phoenix director
Remember Project Phoenix? It was a 2013 Kickstarter project which raised a whopping $1,014,600 from 15,802 backers off the back of the lofty promise that it would unite Japan's RPG talent to create the ultimate real-time strategy title. In 2015 director and project leader Hiroaki Yura...
Via a subsidiary, but it counts
While Nintendo's corporate structure is easy to understand, fellow platform holders Sony and Microsoft are broader and more complex. They're companies with numerous sizable divisions and spin-offs, with various businesses and interests outside the game industry. That subverts any idea of 'console wars' in the modern...
Your move, Intelligent Systems
After Fire Emblem: Awakening, Intelligent Systems’ longstanding SRPG franchise soared to new heights in the Nintendo canon, and it’s now enjoying something of a renaissance. Still, for every action, there must be an equal and opposite reaction, and this can be seen in the rather unfortunate plight of the Advance...
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