New Release Round-Up (February 3, 2022)
Welcome to RPGamer’s new release round-up. In this column we look to provide our readers with details on all of the RPGs released over the week. Please note we do not currently include Early Access releases where the game is still in development.
Ambition Record is a retro-styled turn-based JRPG. The game follows Rafael, a young knight sent to crush a revolt led by a count in the northern part of the kingdom. However, the kingdom’s chancellor suddenly starts acting strangely.
Dreamscaper is a roguelite action RPG following Cassidy, a young woman living in a quiet town. During the day she interacts with other townsfolk, while at night she is transported to a dream world where she faces the manifestations of her past. Those looking to read more about Dreamscaper can check out RPGamer’s review of its PC version.
Dying Light 2 Stay Human
Dying Light 2 Stay Human is a sequel set twenty years after the events of 2015 title Dying Light and takes place in a world where the spread of a virus has turned much of humanity into aggressive zombie-like creatures and put civilisation back into a new Dark Age. The game features parkour mechanics, a day-night cycle, crafting, and story-altering choices. It will also include four-player cooperative multiplayer.
Action RPG Maglam Lord follows Killizerk, a demon lord who has recently lost their powers. Players are able to pick between a male or female version of Killizerk before starting the game, with the narrative revolving around Killizerk’s attempt to find a soul mate. The game’s scenario is written by Kei Miyakozuki, the series writer for the Summon Night series.
CRPG The Waylanders fully releases after one and a half years in Early Access. The game sees players travelling with up to nine party members as they switch between Celtic and medieval time periods. Players can choose from one of six base classes, with each base class having access to three advanced classes. The Celtic era sees players dealing with a tapestry of cultures and races as magic remains strong, while the medieval era has homogenised with the spread of religion and slow fade of magic.