I've been an active member for about 4 years now. I started my RMN career by releasing the Eden Legacy Trilogy of games (each entry took 4 months of nonstop work) within one year, and I've gradually shifted to creating other games as well. I now have 3 flagship series: Eden Legacy, Fragile Hearts, and Mafiosi. I'm pretty much solely focused on the Mafiosi series of visual novels right now, as my band and job currently take up most of my free time.

Currently working on
-Mafiosi III: La Cosa Nostra
~Memories Neverlasting~
-Eden Legacy IV: Return to Eden
-Fragile Hearts III

Eventual Productions:
-Fragile Hearts Trilogy Edition
-Eden Legacy V
-Transcendentalico: Unending Lives
Mafiosi 3
As circumstances escalate, the Gallo family reaches its breaking point.



Blog #2 - Progress so far

Work is still slowly being done. I'm partly through chapter 4 :)

TMNT Trailer

I prefer the animatronic turtles of yesterday. I actually thought they were gonna go in that direction again, but nope. The CGI for their faces looks like something out of Shrek.

The worst thing to me is Shredder though. Instead of a Japanese ninja fighter, he's some white dude who controls a black ops team or whatever. Is this costume magically gonna give him ninja fighting powers to be able to take on all 4 of these 8-feet tall (assumed 400+ pound) turtles? No? No.

EDIT: Mikey looks like Sid from Ice Age. Look at him in the final frame.

Suikoden III is so bad it makes me rethink ever touching a PS2 RPG ever again. And I have like 12 I still need to beat lol

To each their own, but I personally can't find one thing I like about it. The things that stick out in my head the most are:

-The slow walk speed
-The big, empty areas, coupled by the fact that it doesn't let you explore big dungeons, but instead opts for the long linear paths found in FFX.
-The world map. Again, there's really nothing to explore on your own anymore, it's just go here, here, or here.
-Stats. I leveled up my characters 15 levels from the beginning, trying to save some money by rarely upgrading equipment. Their stat increases did absolutely nothing. I still died a few times in the first dungeon at levels 25, 24, and 25.
-The graphics. I'm not a graphics whore by any means, but compare it to the previous entry, and it looks like a downgrade. The big empty areas do nothing to help.
-The dialogue is really badly done. It's probably the translation (one can hope), but wow.
-No real direction is ever given (granted, this is a staple of the series).

I probably haven't played enough to judge the story fairly, and music is entirely subjective, so I won't go into that. However, the whole game just feels completely unfinished to the point I've reached, like maybe half finished at most.

Blog #1 - Introducing Mafiosi 2! (Spoiler Free Blog)

I considered writing another blog, but I probably don't need to. I'm nearing the end of the second chapter right now. 3 things have become apparent:

1) Chapters are definitely turning out to be much longer, especially TIPS which are now a lot more in-depth.

2) The mafia world (as according to true history) is playing a role in this story. I previously only wanted to hint at it, but it's already been cemented as a major plot point.

3) I'm adding new twists that are already panning out fantastically.


Well, to put it into a novel perspective, it's just a tad longer than Lord of the Flies. Hope you enjoy!

RMN v4.5 (and beyond) Feature Idea List

I'd really like to see who the subbers are for my games. I know this could potentially be seen as a bit of a privacy concern, but I don't see why it would bother too many people.

Sometimes I read comments on my games and click on the commenter info to see what games they've made, out of curiosity. It's the same kind of thing with subscribers.

And to take it one step further, if you could see what other games those subbers have subscribed to, it's a good way to find other games you might be interested in, as there's a good chance there could be some similar to your own.

Blog #14 - Finally Finished! Download Available!

In case subbers haven't seen it yet, the sequel page is up.

I'm contemplating releasing the Mafiosi series on Android as well, so keep your ears to the ground about that :)

Major overhaul!

Looks great!


All 24 chapters now available for windows, mac, and linux. Hit the downloads tab for the mac and linux version downloads.