SaGa is a long-standing and unique series. RPGamer was able to put some questions about the series to SaGa creator Akitoshi Kawazu, producer Masanori Ichikawa, and developer Hiroyuki Miura.
Author: Johnathan Stringer
Lost Eidolons is a strategy RPG game in development by by a new Korean and U.S. based game studio Ocean Drive Studio. RPGamer was able to interview Jin Sang Kim, the Creative Director for Lost Eidolons, about the story and mechanics of the game.
The Revenant Prince is a new upcoming retro-styled RPG from Indonesian developer Nomina Games. Darrel Wijaya, the creator of The Revenant Prince, answers some of our questions about the game and when it is being released.
Beamdog brought some classic D&D RPGs to consoles this month, with Neverwinter Nights following later in 2019, and we were about to chat about the releases. Johnathan Stringer talked with Beamdog co-owners Cameron Tofer and Trent Oster, and PR and Marketing Lead Sarah Dawson about the releases.
Developer WayForward Technologies is adding an entry into the storied Kunio-kun series with its upcoming release of River City Girls. RPGamer got to interview WayForward’s Bannon Rudis about all things River City Girls.
South Korean developer Krafton is currently developing a Japanese style RPG for Steam and the Nintendo Switch named MISTOVER. James Han, a producer for MISTOVER, answers some of our questions and gives us a preview of the upcoming game.
C Prompt Games is a new studio founded by industry veterans Ian Fischer and Robert Fermier. Its first title, Heretic Operative, is coming in early 2019 and Ian and Robert were kind enough to answer several of RPGamer’s questions about the game.
Pathfinder: Kingmaker is a new RPG based on the pen and paper game and developed by Owlcat Games. Writer Chris Avellone and creative director Alexander Mishulin answer some interview questions about the game, which is available now on PC.
Banner Saga 3, the conclusion to the the epic Viking inspired Banner Saga trilogy, was recently released on PC and console. RPGamer was given the opportunity to chat with developer Stoic’s art director Arnie Jorgensen to discuss the recent release and reflect on the trilogy as a whole.