RPGamer Round-Up: Mar. 3 – Mar. 10

Welcome to the latest edition of RPGamer’s newest column, where we take a quick look back at some of the articles we’ve posted throughout the week. This article is designed to help give reminders for some interesting editorial content and stories that our less regular visitors might have missed.


Editorial Content

A new entry in Bandai Namco’s God Eater series recently made its way to North America and Europe. Alex Fuller sees if God Eater 3 reinforces its status as Monster Hunter‘s closest challenger.

Major News

Sega has announced that Yakuza developer Ryu ga Gotoku Studio’s newest title Judgment is coming west in late June. The company also released a pair of new English trailers, highlighting its dual English localisation options.

FuRyu’s Nintendo 3DS title The Alliance Alive is getting a new lease on life. The game is coming to PS4, Switch, and PC in Japan, with many hoping for a western release announcement sooner rather than later.

Square Enix has assured fans that it is working on a new console Octopath Traveler title. In the meantime, a single-player prequel is coming to iOS and Android in Japan this year.

EKo Software’s Warhammer fantasy action RPG is currently undergoing its first closed beta. All those who pre-order the game can access the beta, with a second one set to run in April.

Talerock has announced a PC date for its Kickstarter-funded turn-based RPG Grimshade. The game releases on Steam later this month, with a Switch release to follow later in the year.

Additional Selected Stories


It’s a Pokémon-heavy edition of Q&A Quest. The hosts discuss the newly-announced Pokémon Sword and Pokémon Shield, as well as which title in the series features the best story.

Josh and Kelley join Chris and Anna Marie for the regular weekly episode of RPGCast. The group discuss what they’ve been playing as well as the latest RPG news.


Alex Fuller

Alex joined RPGamer in 2011 as a Previewer before moving onto Reviews, News Director, and Managing Editor. Became Acting Editor-in-Chief in 2018.

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