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More Re:Legend Updates Coming Soon, According To Creator DC Gan

Re:Legend is an RPG featuring simulation mechanics like farming, crafting, fishing, and even Pokémon-like monster breeding. In our review, we gave it a 60/100, though it should be noted that the game is still currently in Early Access on Steam. The best thing about the game is that it is being developed by Malaysian-based Magnus Games Studio. D...

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VGO Founder Talks Game Music & Roti Tisu

Video Game Orchestra (VGO) is best known for playing and performing 'rockestral' renditions of popular video game music, as well as composing original music for games like Malaysian-made titles; No Straight Roads by Metronomik and Re: Legend by Magnus Games Studio. During Level Up KL 2019, we received the opportunity of interviewing VGO founder an...

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Larian Studio’s Swen Vincke On Malaysia, Baldur’s Gate 3 & Chasing Your Dreams

During Level KL 2019, Divinity franchise developer Larian Studios announced that they were opening a new studio in Malaysia, their first in the entire Asian region. To that end, we received the opportunity to interview Larian Studios founder Swen Vincke himself during the event last week. Vincke spoke about why he chose Malaysia as the location fo...

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Kakuchopurei’s Level Up KL 2019 Coverage On One Page [Update]

Another year,  another Level Up KL developer & player fiesta sorted. While the best in the game development business had two days worth of business and game design showcasing via Level Up Biz, the public had a chance to sample a well-put-together game expo via  Level Up Play. Essentially, it's four days filled with gaming goodness, and w...

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Bake N’ Switch Combines A Recipe Of Punching, Throwing, And Baking

If there's one thing I've learnt from playing Overcooked and its sequel, its that I am just not capable of working under pressure. Just when I thought I've had enough of culinary-themed games that test my patience, I find another and it just pulls me back in. Bake N' Switch is the latest title from Malaysian developer Streamline Studios. Prior t...

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Sushi Wildlands Lets You Have Your Own Sushi Farm And Restaurant

One of the great things about attending an event like Level Up KL 2019 is that I get to see a lot of interesting ideas and concepts in new games being made by developers in the Southeast Asia region. One of the more cuter ones I got to check out was Sushi Wildlands. Currently being developed by Singapore-based Mezmedia Studios, Sushi Wildlands p...

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Step Into The Shoes Of Malaysian War Hero Lieutenant Adnan In Chandu VR

The Malaysian games industry aren't limited to the development of conventional console, PC, and mobile games. Now we also have a VR game in active development by a bunch of brilliant and creative Multimedia University (MMU) students, depicting a local historical war hero in the colonial jungles of pre-independence Malaysia. The full title of the g...

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DeLight Is A Malaysian Narrative-Driven Game Featuring A Blind Girl & Her Doggo

There were many games with relatively-big local Malaysian studios like Passion Republic's GigaBash, Streamline Studios' Bake 'N Switch, and more at Level Up KL 2019. However, a smaller, less flashy game caught my eye and hooked me into its story. A game titled DeLight, by DreamTree Games. DeLight is a narrative-driven adventure game about a blind...

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GigaBash Is The Highlight Of Level Up KL 2019; Here’s Why

Level Up KL is the biggest gaming convention of its kind in Southeast Asia, showcasing many of the best games in the region. During the year's iteration, the game that stood out the most was GigaBash by Malaysian developer Passion Republic. Not only was it the biggest winner of the SEA Game Awards 2019, but it also attracted crowds of people to its...

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Malaysian Game Wins Big At The SEA Game Awards 2019

Level Up KL 2019 once again played host to the SEA Game Awards for the third time in a row, as the awards aim to recognize and celebrate the creativity, artistry and technical genius of the finest developers and games from the Southeast Asian region, as well as upholding creative and technical excellence in the SEA video game industry. There were ...

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Sony Interactive Entertainment Worldwide Studios To Set Up Shop In Malaysia

The Ministry of Communications and Multimedia of Malaysia has announced that it is partnering with Sony Interactive Entertainment Worldwide Studios (SIE WWS) to establish the gaming giant's first-ever Southeast Asian studio in Malaysia in 2020. This announcement was made by Minister of Communications and Multimedia Malaysia YB Gobind Singh Deo ...

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Marvel’s First MOBA Is Getting A Demo At Level Up This Weekend

This weekend during Level Up KL 2019 from 9 to 10 November 2019 at the KL Convention Centre, Marvel Games Senior Producer Danny Koo will be revealing more details regarding the backstory of the Warriors Of The Sky and its four members. However, that's not all there will be from Marvel Games. Marvel Super War is Marvel's first-ever free-to-play ...

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Expect More Info About Marvel’s SEA Heroes At Level Up This Weekend

At Level Up KL 2019 earlier today, I attended a panel hosted by none other than Marvel Games Senior Producer Danny Koo, a veteran of 16 years in the video game industry. He was also responsible for co-creating several new Asian-based Marvel superheroes who originated from the games, including Marvel Future Fight characters Luna Snow and the duo of ...

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ESPL Chooses Malaysia’s Axis Esports As First Country Franchisee

Global brand Esports Pro League (ESPL) has announced that it has chosen Malaysian esports tournament organiser Axis Esports as its first country franchisee for their new worldwide esports tournament. ESPL is an integrated ecosystem for tournaments, brands, publishers, teams, and players with a focus on the grassroots community and digital interact...

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Why Did Larian Studios Pick Malaysia For Its Latest Studio?

In 2017, we were graced by the release of Divinity: Original Sin 2. In case you haven't played it, I'll let you know that it's definitely one of the best RPGs to be released in this decade. Two years later, I still consider it the best RPG I've played in recent times. The amazing minds and talents behind the Divinity series of games come from th...

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Here’s What To Expect From Level Up KL 2019

Malaysia’s biggest gaming convention will be returning next month in less than two weeks. Level Up KL 2019 is set to take place at the following: Business Days: 6 to 8 November 2019 at CCEC Bangsar KL Public Days: 9 to 10 November 2019 at KL Convention Center The first three days of the Level Up KL 2019 conference will be closed to...

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How MDEC Plans To Bring Game Publishers To Malaysia

Malaysia's biggest event focusing on digital content such as animation and video games is just around the corner. That's right, I'm talking about Level Up KL 2019. This will be the 5th year that the Malaysia Digital Economy Corporation (MDEC) is organising Level Up KL and this year, it will be the first time that the event is open to the public so ...

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Become A Singaporean Private Eye In This Upcoming Detective Game

For those of you who grew up with a Mac (the old square ones released before 1990), you've probably played one of its outdated pre-installed games: Where in the World is Carmen Sandiego? General Interactive, the developers of the upcoming detective game Chinatown Detective Agency were mainly inspired from Where in the World is Carmen Sandiego. Chi...

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Level Up KL To Open Up To Public For First Time; Will Be Like TGS And Gamescom

The story is in development and will be updated as we receive more information regarding the event. Malaysia's very own exhibition of video game industry developers and projects Level Up KL returns this year on November 2019. The conference was established to present and showcase the latest developments and going-ons of the video game industry in ...

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Level Up KL 2019 Confirmed For Later This Year

Level Up KL 2019 has been confirmed and will take place in November 2019. Here's when the Level Up KL conference and expo will be returning: Business Days: 6 to 8 November 2019 at CCEC Bangsar KL Public Days: 9 to 10 November 2019 at KL Convention Center The first three days of the Level Up KL 2019 conference will feature top industry players f...

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