Mordred comes back to finish what he started in King Arthur: Knight’s Tale. We take a deep look to see what the knights of the round are up to.
Author: Phillip Willis
Tactical Adventures gives RPGamers a large reason to jump back into Solasta. The Lost Valley DLC is well worth its price, adding a brand new story campaign and more.
Z.H.P.: Unlosing Ranger vs Darkdeath Evilman arrives on the Nintendo Switch as part of Prinny Presents NIS Classics Vol. 2. Unfortunately, this is one fight the hero cannot win regardless of his name.
A demo is now available for the PC version of Monster Hunter Rise ahead of its release in January. RPGamer’s Phil Willis was able to try out a little ahead of time.
RPGamer was given the chance to jump into the latest beta build of Pathfinder: Wrath of the Righteous. Phil Willis shares his early impressions of Owlcat Games’ follow-up to Pathfinder: Kingmaker.
JCServant tries out the demo of the upcoming Monster Hunter title, but does it rise up to his expectations?
RPGamer has a present for everyone: a fun party to ring in the new year! Join the RPGamer Stream Team on the 31st for many hours of RPGs and some prizes.
We wrap up today with one more personal RPGs of the Decade list. Phil Willis comes in with his top games from the 2010s.
One of our resident Monster Hunter experts tries a new adventure with Dauntless. Can Epic’s free-to-play adventure compete with the reigning king of the hunter RPGs?
Catherine: Full Body looks to subtly enhance the original experience like a fine wine. But if two’s company, will three Catherines become a crowd?
SolSeraph seeks to reach the heights of a well-known SNES title. Does it reach the stars, or come crashing down like an angel with clipped wings?
Get ready to investigate one of the deepest plots in a well-crafted world with this impression of Masquerada: Songs and Shadows. Just be prepared for a few twists and turns.
In Outward, the player is not some hero who is destined to save the world, but an ordinary person who needs to etch out a living in this harsh land. Phil Willis helps us determine if this is a life worth living, or better left behind.
Yuke’s take a shot at the Earth Defense Force series. Does this entry hit the mark, or is this one rain storm you want to avoid?
The slew of game re-releases on the PC is one of the strongest points for the argument that the PC beats consoles as the best retro machine. This month on the #CRPGClub, we played Final Fantasy VI, available through Steam on the PC.
RPG Backtrack Sidetrack wraps up the year looking at Curse of the Azure Bonds, Wasteland 2 and Valkyria Chronicles. Do these PC games hold up as we approach 2019?
Adventure Corner returns, providing impressions and pseudo-reviews for games that don’t fall under our regular coverage. Today, we dive to the role of an Earth Defense Force (EDF) recruit, sworn to protect the earth from aliens and monsters.
You have likely heard of book, wine or movie clubs. But, as a fan loving member of RPGamer, you might find more interest in our new gaming group, the CRPGClub!
JCServant catches us up on his last three months playing various PC RPGs from the way back when. Will a few rough patches be enough to throw him off track?
For the month of June, I chose to dive into Icewind Dale: Enhanced Edition. I feel many perceive this game as the bastard step brother of that supposedly superior sibling, Baldur’s Gate. However, I honestly enjoyed this one a bit more. Read on to find out why!