Feralia: Revised Edition Available now, Feralia: Requiem of Mist coming soon!

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Just a reminder that Feralia: Revised Edition is available now in softback and Kindle Edition. We also have signed copies available. We’re working on other formats (Kobo, Apple, ect.) as well.

The sequel, Feralia: Requiem of Mist is coming soon! Stay tuned for news on its release!

Update 11/6/18: Now available on iTunes/Apple Books as well!
Update 11/7/18: Also available on B&N Nook, Kobo & Tolino!

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Thank you

Thank you Stan Lee, not only for creating characters we loved and cared about, but also for inspiring myself and many, many others to create… for fueling our imaginations. Not to mention for being a kind person as well. You will be missed!


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Feralia.net blog. episode 34: Let’s talk about cats!

With all the crazy issues in the world, sometimes we need to stop and talk about what’s really important. That’s right, everyone – I’m doing a blog about cats. Cats have taken over the internet and get a ton of love and attention, all of it well deserved, of course. I’ve literally grown up with cats since birth and have always had at least one that was super special to me at any given time. Today I’d like to give a shout out specifically to my current critters:
Age: 17
Likes Loves: food
Dislikes: feet
Age: 12
Likes: her hoomans
Dislikes: everything
Age: 1
Likes: his hoomans and fellow kittehs
Dislikes: strangers
Age: 12 weeks
Likes: exploring, wrestling with Link
Dislikes: not being petted

I’m thankful to have these 4 as a big part of my life and appreciate the joy they’ve brought my family and I.

What about your cats? Post your cat pictures in the comments plz!



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Thank you Nekocon!

This past weekend we attended our 10th Nekocon, and it was as nice an experience as ever! Thanks to everyone who stopped by to see us at Alicia’s Anime, and extra thanks to everyone who picked up a copy of Feralia Revised Edition or stopped by to talk about the book and upcoming sequel! Lastly, thanks as always to the Nekocon staff for having us back and making exhibiting easy for us! Looking forward to next year’s con!


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Feralia Revised Edition: more eBook formats released!

Today we’re happy to announce that we’ve released the eBook version of Feralia Revised Edition on the following stores/readers:

Barnes & Noble NOOK

Enjoy! Stay tuned for a much bigger announcement!

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Feralia Revised Edition now on iTunes/Apple Books!

Apple fans, it’s been a long time coming, but you can finally get a copy of Feralia Revised Edition on iTunes/Apple Books! Thanks for your patience!

Check it out HERE!

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eBook update! Apple, B&N, Kobo and more!

We’re happy to announce that we’re in the last stages of getting Feralia Revised Edition released on the following stores/readers:

Barnes & Noble
Apple Books

We’ll be posting links for each as they’re finalized!

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Feralia.net blog. episode 33: Fantasy Game Review: Ys: The Oath in Felghana

In my last entry (a review of Ys 1 & 2 Chronicles), I mentioned a Super NES game that got me started on the Ys series, Ys III: Wanderers from Ys. Today I wanted to take a look at the remake of that game, Ys: The Oath in Felghana. Since the original sort of holds a special place in my heart, I wanted to show a couple comparisons as well.
Box art for the 1991 version which I first played
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Box art from the 2010 release.

Ys III originally came out in 1989. I didn’t play it, however, until the 1991 SNES port. The Oath in Felghana was released in 2005. Again, I played it later on the 2010 PSP release. (Technically I downloaded the PSP version on my PSVita through the PS Store, where it’s currently $14.99).

Like I & II Chronicles for PSP, the music has been redone and gives you the option to switch between the new music and classic versions at almost any point in the game. One of the few things that I wish would have been included is the SNES version of the music, which I played as a kid. The PC versions are great, but just don’t hold the same sentimental value for me personally. This really doesn’t detract from the game at all, though, and the music is great.

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Super NES

The graphics have been updated nicely as well. And one big change from I & II Chronicles is the combat, which it back to a traditional hack and slash. All of the great RPG elements are retained as well. A major factor for me is that the combat was fun and fast paced, and never really got old.

In  I & II Chronicles, as I mentioned in my review, I had some pretty major issues with dungeons sections looking alike which lead to a LOT of getting lost. In Oath, the issue is still there at times, but not nearly as much. The different camera angle and more varied locations visually went a long way to address this. I did still use a guide a couple of times, but wasn’t tied to it like in the previous game.


Another area where the game shined was the great story. I loved the fantasy setting and characters. The fully voiced cut scenes with great acting really lent a lot to the story as well.

This entry in the Ys series is another great one, which you can take on the go if you play it on the PSVita like I did. While I liked 1 & 2 Chronicles, I liked this one much better, especially for the nostalgia, story and gameplay. I’d definitely recommend it for fantasy and adventure fans!


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