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Upcoming Plans

Hey everyone! I shared some future plans with Patrons yesterday (check out this post if you’re a Patron and didn’t see the details) and, having not had any violent objections from anyone, I wanted to share them with he rest of you today.

In simple terms, I’m going to do something a little unusual: rather than immediately jumping into a brand new Cover Game feature, I’m going to go back and finish off a couple that have a bit more to do on them. It’ll still be new (to the site) individual titles I’ll be writing about in both cases, but it makes sense to attach them to existing Cover Game features rather than start a whole new one.

Hit the jump to find out a bit more about what I have planned.

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Planning for 2019

Happy new year, everyone! I hope you all had a suitably tolerable New Year’s Eve. I spent most of mine editing and preparing videos, but to be honest, this is the sort of thing I’d rather do these days anyway!

Today I thought I’d take a moment to look forward to 2019, make a few plans and inform you of what my intentions for MoeGamer and my other projects are for the coming year. None of said projects are going anywhere, I hasten to add — I am, however, expanding on or rethinking a few things here and there.

Let’s get right into it then!

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Shantae: You Stay

The Shantae series as a whole is a wonderful symbol of endurance, and of holding on to the things you believe in.

I’m not talking about the narratives of the games themselves — though for sure this theme certainly makes an appearance numerous times throughout Shantae’s career to date — but rather the fact that series creator Matt Bozon and the team at WayForward have always believed in the quality of these games, even during difficult times.

It’s gratifying to see that, at the time of writing, the Shantae series as a whole is finally coming to see some mainstream acceptance and appreciation with its latest installment 1/2 Genie Hero. But this doesn’t mean the earlier games aren’t worth checking out. Quite the opposite, in fact… so let’s go right back to the beginning.

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