RPGamer Round-Up: May 10 – May 17

Welcome to the latest edition of RPGamer’s round-up column, where we take a look back at some of the articles that we have posted over the previous week. This article is designed to help give reminders of some interesting content and stories that our less regular visitors might have missed.


Editorial Content

Cyberpunk dungeon-crawler Conglomerate 451 sees players use their government agents to subdue a group of corporations. Battling clones with clones makes for quite a repetitive experience, however.

Major News

A brand new Paper Mario game is heading to the Switch. Beware, the Origami King is looking to invade the Mushroom Kingdom and deliver the worst paper cuts imaginable.

Blightbound is a new dungeon-crawling RPG developed by Ronimo Games. The game will be available via Steam Early Access this summer.

A new entrant in the monster-battling genre is looking to enter the ring. Cassette Beasts wants to mix it up in more ways than one.

Nexomon: Extinction is a new monster-catching RPG from PQube and developer VEWO Interactive. The game is set to launch for PC and consoles this summer.

Grab that old wheelbarrow and watering can; a new Harvest Moon is in the works. One World will have players exploring a new world for Nintendo Switch this year.


Additional Selected Stories


The first of this week’s two Q&A Quests features discussion on Tales of Symphonia and Atelier Ayesha. Our host somehow managed to forget what was discussed in the second, so you’ll have to find that out yourself.

It’s a slightly more potty-mouthed cast than usual, as Alice joins Peter, Kelley, Anna Marie, and Chris to discuss what the cast has been playing for the week. Anna Marie’s 5-hour rule resurfaces and we explore what crazy black holes Chris has been down this week, alongside the news and your feedback.


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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