I have to say that I´m really glad to hear that Degica Games has decided to listen to their fans, because that have resulted in Degica Games making the decision to make it possible for players to play “Eternal Destiny” uncensored. And that is a rather rare thing nowadays. Especially since loud minority voices try to speak for everyone else. And that has in some cases resulted in having game developers to tone down or remove content from their own creations. However, Degica Games are smarter than that. As they choose to focus and listen to their fans instead of groups who don’t even intend to buy or support their game (s) in the first place.
Any ways, this is what Degica Games Nick Palmer had to say about “Eternal Destiny” and their decision to make “Eternal Destiny” 100% uncensored:
We at Degica Games are dedicated to bringing to gamers the experiences that would otherwise not make it to the West. To do this, we evaluate game after game from Japan, doing our best to find the gems that never escaped to the outside world.
One of those gems we uncovered, was Office 5656’s Vita card battler Infinita Strada, which we and Office 5656 are now updating to give everyone, no matter where they live, a new and improved version for PC on Steam as Eternal Destiny.
But we made a slight misstep. We made some changes, and it turns out that we weren’t delivering the experience that our fans wanted. We received a lot of feedback. We took the time to read it all and came up with a plan of action.
And that plan of action is the newly implemented Infinita Card Mode.
Every player now will have the choice between playing with the new altered cards, or, if they wish, go into the menu and switch the Card Type from Eternal to Infinita to get the original versions of every card.
Thank you to all of our fans for providing the feedback we needed to come to this decision. We could not be the company we are today without you. And thank you for your patience with us!
There is really only one question left to ask: What side are you on? Whether you choose Kells, Demons, or Cybers, we’ll be bringing the experience that wouldn’t have made it to the West without us, and this time, this experience wouldn’t have made it to the West without you.
Thank you!” – The Degica Games Team
So there you have it, and Degica Games´s H.P. Lovecraft inspired card game “Eternal Destiny” (which features +500 cards, awesome animations and voice acting and the ability to build your own card deck) will be available via Steam on the 22nd of April. So if you´re into card games, then keep your eyes and ears open for “Eternal Destiny”!
Robin “V-Act” Ek
The Gaming Ground
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