Now we're getting started. I finished the recommendations section with games from 2006 onward.
Of course, this series will be continued even in the future and will be updated and expanded. But now you can have an overview of what games I'd recommend as being ageless and can be played anytime.
This time, I was quicker :) I added the next chapter to my "recommendations" - now it's about the era between 1999 and 2005. You can check it out over in the coverage section or here. Enjoy!
Sheesh, that went not as quick as intended. I'm writing on my series of reports on recommendations for a few weeks now, but I cannot seem to complete it as fast as I would enjoy to do so.
So instead of waiting even longer, I decided to publish the first two chapters (which will possibly be extended in the next weeks as well.
So enjoy rpg-o-manias recommendations at least for the first two eras :)
And just as it turned out to be, I found a few spare minutes and finished my newest Breath of Fire image as promised.
Now I should be off starting that special I was writing about. :)
Well, hello to those few people who visit here regularly! You're the best! But also if you just happen to visit here every other day, you're also the best.
Well anyway, I updated some things. It's not what I intended to update for a few days now - I have some great spotlight story in mind and I also currently work on a Breath of Fire artwork. Alas, I wasn't able to finish any of these until today.
I re-added the Terranigma gallery from old RPG-O-Mania. It contains some exclusive images and I thought you'd maybe like them.
I added the page seikens.com to the Links page. This site seems to be a bit wobbly and some parts won't work anymore (like the contact forms, hence I couldn't ask them for a link exchange), but the content is still good nonetheless
On another note, I updated the Final Fantasy gallery quite extensively (although it is not as big as it was back in the days of the old RPG-O-Mania), but these images are quite good and I thought you might like them
Right now I'm being a full time dad, but I happen to have a spare minute here and there. This time, I drew a image for the Breath of Fire gallery. To make it easier for you, the image of Bow can be found here.
Just a short notice of what has happened the past few days. I reworked the layout a bit, it's a tad more colorful now - at least if your browser recognized the changes and reloads the files. It's nothing big, though.
On another note, I reworked the news system a bit so that the main page only shows the newest three entries. Again, nothing special, but the page continues to be worked on.
The series of updates continues: The Grandia galleries have been updated.
Just like in the old days, don't you think? :)
Just as a short notice - the Links have been updated with a few noteworthy sites that I'm glad are still online.
It really feels good to re-announce updates here on rpg-o-mania. I have added artwork to the breath of fire and suikoden galleries. And they're self-drawn, so you won't likely find them anywhere else! :)
Might you believe it that rpg-o-mania is truly online again? And it's not only a vague attempt in restoring something that was once here, this website has about 80% of the content rpg-o-mania had when it went offline back in 2008
So the hiatus ended, and if you'd like to know more about rpg-o-mania's history, check out the history section over at the coverage button in the navigation
So please feel free to stroll around here, check out the content that is online now and make sure to check back soon as new content is going to be updated regularly
Well, updates will not at all be as frequent as they were back in the mid 2000s, since I have family and other responsibilities to attend. But this little baby will remain online!
Enjoy the return of rpg-o-mania,