Zion, a developer from our forums has release v1.3 of his Future-Resurrection homebrew game for the PSP. The storyline starts with a man who awakens from a coma, but realises that the world is no longer the same, reminscent of the film '28 Days Later'. Here's what Zion had to say aboutthis release:
"The game is very much still in alpha stage. but is improving day by day. Im working on sprite animation, but want to code it in a new way, so its taking a bit of time. I have nearly got the interactive conversation aspect done, but i want to refine it a bit more." New features for v1.3 include an in-game menu, a proper title screen, collision detection, two CPU controlled characters and now comes packaged in EBOOT form so you don't have to use Lua Player to launch it.
Zion has released this version to prove to those that weren't very confident in this game on the last release that it is still being worked on and will be a worthwhile game. This isn't one of those games that get released at the alpha stage then get forgotten about and left behind. Well done Zion!
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