New Release Round-Up (March 14, 2024)

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.

Death of a Wish

Platform: PC, Switch
Publisher: Syndicate Atomic
Developer: melessthanthree
Available: Steam, Nintendo eShop
Price: $19.99 (10% launch discount)

Action RPG Death of a Wish is set in a nightmare world and follows Christian as he and his allies challenge the cult that raised him. Combat makes use of magical combo called Arias and emphasises tactical aggression. During the game, Christian’s corruption will constantly rise, leading to a likely tragic end; by achieving high combat ratings and pulling off long combos, he is able to better hold off the corruption.

Dungeon Drafters

Platform: PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S (previously released on PC, Linux)
Publisher: DANGEN Entertainment
Developer: Manalith Studios
Available: PlayStation Store, Xbox Store, Nintendo eShop
Price: $24.99 (20% launch discount on Switch)

Dungeon Drafters is a tile-based dungeon crawler with roguelite and deckbuilding elements. Players choose one of six characters and explore ancient ruins to find new spell cards and create a legendary spell deck able to save the world.

Empyre: Earls of the Deep Earth

Platform: PC
Publisher: Work Shift Play
Developer: Coin Operated Games
Available: Steam
Price: $14.99

Neo-Victorian RPG Empyre: Earls of the Deep Earth is a top-down isometric RPG taking place in an alternative China in 1899. It follows the story of an amnesiac who is on the hunt for the mysterious Elias, the person believed to be responsible for their memory loss. Players must journey through countryside villages and hidden underground passages for clues to their hidden origins and restore light to a shadowy empire in the process.

Goblin Stone

Platform: PC
Publisher: Orc Chop Games
Developer: Orc Chop Games
Available: Steam
Price: $24.99 (10% launch discount)

Turn-based RPG Goblin Stone sees goblins driven to the verge of extinction by adventurers hunting them down for loot and experience points. Players must assemble a group of these creatures and battle humans, elves, and dwarves for their survival in a procedurally-generated adventure.

Kingdom Come: Deliverance

Platform: Nintendo Switch (previously released on PC, Mac, PlayStation 4, Xbox One)
Publisher: Plaion
Developer: Warhorse Studios, Saber Interactive
Available: Nintendo eShop
Price: $49.99

Action RPG Kingdom Come: Deliverance is a medieval RPG set in the Kingdom of Bohemia (modern day Czechia) in the early 15th century, with players controlling Henry, the son of a blacksmith, who survives the massacre of his home village. The Switch version includes all DLC released on other platforms. Those looking to learn more about Kingdom Come: Deliverance can check out Pascal Tekaia’s review of the PlayStation 4 version.

Monster Tribe

Platform: Nintendo Switch (previously released on PC)
Publisher: Freedom Games
Developer: Boundless Games
Available: Nintendo eShop
Price: $19.99 (10% launch discount)

Monster Tribe is a creature-catching survival and tactical RPG set on the island of Akama. Situated in the middle of the ocean, it has a magical phenomenon called the Rift and was home to creatures called the Ateyan that once lived in harmony with humanity before they disappeared and civilisation crumbled. Players control humanity’s last hope, a sage able to call forth the Ateyan from the Rift.

Rainbow Moon

Platform: Nintendo Switch (previously released on PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, PlayStation Vita)
Publisher: eastasiasoft
Developer: Sidequest Studios
Available: Nintendo eShop
Price: $14.99

Rainbow Moon is a tactical RPG set on the eponymous planet where protagonist Baldren is inadvertently teleported while searching for his nemesis Namoris. The game features six player characters, mixing its turn-based battles with dungeon crawling elements. Those looking to read more can check out RPGamer’s review of its PlayStation 3 release.

Stolen Realm

Platform: PC, Mac, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, Nintendo Switch
Publisher: Burst2Flame
Developer: Burst2Flame
Available: Steam, Xbox Store, Nintendo eShop
Price: $19.99 (10% launch discount on PC, Switch)

Turn-based RPG Stolen Realm sees players take control of up to six heroes in single-player and online co-op. Players take their heroes on a procedurally-generated adventure in a high fantasy world, seeking to obtain powerful loot in the process. The game’s combat features simultaneous turns, with both sides acting at the same time. It had been on Steam Early Access since October 2021.

Subterrain: Mines of Titan

Platform: PC
Publisher: Freedom Games
Developer: Pixellore Inc.
Available: Steam
Price: $19.99 (10% launch discount)

Subterrain: Mines of Titan is a turn-based sci-fi survival RPG set during the aftermath of a meteor strike on Saturn’s moon Titan. Players take on the role of the sole survivor of a missing colony who awakens seven years later with no memory of prior events. Along with an expedition team, players must solve the mysterious disappearance of the colony while navigating the hostile terrain of Titan.

The Vale: Shadow of the Crown

Platform: PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch (previously released on PC and Xbox One)
Publisher: First Peoples Digital
Developer: Falling Squirrel
Available: PlayStation Store, Nintendo eShop
Price: $19.99

Audio-only* RPG The Vale: Shadow of the Crown follows Alex, a princess who is blind from birth and whose elder brother has recently ascended to the throne. Given the position of warden of a castle on the outskirts of the kingdom, the protagonist’s journey is interrupted by an invading force and she finds herself alone needing to gather supplies and recruit allies in order to get home through a dark valley known as The Vale. Those looking to read more about The Vale: Shadow of the Crown can check out Luis Mauricio’s review of the PC version.

(* Stereo headphones are strongly recommended.)

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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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