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West of Loathing Rolls onto Switch Next Week

Stick-figure RPG West of Loathing is making its console debut next week. Demon cows, sinister clowns, and filthy spitoons are just a few of the things that the game is bringing to Nintendo Switch.

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The Lost Child Introduces Two Fallen Angels

RPGamers can become embroiled a holy feud between angels, demons, and fallen angels next month when The Lost Child releases. A new video introduces a pair of characters who fall in the last of those categories.

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Masters of Anima Review

Masters of Anima brings a ton of creativity to the table. Take the role of Otto, a reluctant would-be Shaper, to save your fiancée Ana, and coincidentally the world, by summoning a never-ending army of guardians in this fresh take on RPG and RTS gameplay.

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Shadows of Adam Heads to Switch

Another indie RPG is heading to Switch. Circle of Entertainment and Something Classic Games are teaming up to bring Shadows of Adam to the console.

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Kingdom Hearts III Receives New Screenshots

Square Enix’s recent press event, from which more screenshots have emerged, provides further evidence that Kingdom Hearts III may finally be approaching release. We still wait for an actual date, however.

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Kickstarter Check-In: Stoneshard, Steamboat Billy

RPGamer’s ad hoc Kickstarter Check-In feature returns for a look at two ongoing crowdfunding campaigns. This edition features Ink Stains Games’ Stoneshard and ManaVoid Entertainment’s Steamboat Billy: The Curse of the Leviathan.

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Utawarerumono Zan Receives First Footage, Japanese Date

Aquaplus is branching out from its usual fare with an action game, though it is still staying in the world of Utawarerumono. RPGamers can also catch Haku, Kuon, and others in gameplay clips that seem vaguely similar to a certain prolific series.

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Indivisible Delayed to 2019

Another game being pushed back into next year is Lab Zero Games’ Indivisible. On the plus side, a Backer Beta will be available in time for E3.

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Shenmue III Release Pushed Back to 2019

In news that won’t come as too much of a surprise, Shenmue III’s release has been pushed back. At least it gives players more time to remind themselves of events through the upcoming remasters of the previous games.