YIIK: A Postmodern RPG (or Y2K) is a surreal role-playing game from developer Ackk Studios and publisher Ysbryd Games. It draws inspiration from Japanese RPGs like the heartwarming EarthBound and ultra-stylish Persona, resulting in a pop culture oddball that stands out in a genre that’s replete with swords and sorcery. It’s slated for release later this year for PC, […]
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OCTOBER 24, 2013
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DOMESTIC BUSINESS CORPORATION
2013 - EARTH BOUND CONCEPTS INC
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