Sam Wachter is back with her final backloggin’ update. Find out how many games she completed, and her final thoughts.
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Loud music and neon, the 1980s were a time of whirlwind change. In this Adventure Corner we look at A Summer’s End – Hong Kong 1986, which is a beautiful game about queer ladies in the 80s.
In this installment of Why Did Ya Date Me? RPGamer staff discuss the merits of who is the best waifu in Dragon Quest V. Is it Bianca? Debora? Nera? Let’s find out.
This Adventure Corner will have you and your animal companion rolling around in the grass and having the best time. Get ready to move to Rainbow Bay, the most Dog-Friendly town in the world, as we check out the dog training and dating simulator, Best Friend Forever.
Sam Wachter is back with another backloggin’ update. Did she complete more RPGs in the summer or did she fail miserably? You be the judge!
Why Did Ya Date Me? is a feature for those of us who want an excuse to fangirl our RPG crushes, and justify our choices. This month, the game of choice for debate was The Legend of Heroes: Trails of Cold Steel.
The first DLC expansion for Obsidian Entertainment’s The Outer Worlds is now available. Sam Wachter ventures out to brave the Peril on Gorgon.
It’s Week 4 of #JRPGJuly! Let’s see how the staff progressed in their chosen games this week, shall we?
The second week of #JRPGJuly is in the books. Let’s see how things are progressing for the RPGamer staff with their chosen games.
Welcome to Backloggin’ the Year, a feature that discusses the challenges and excitement that comes with working through your backlog. In this quarterly feature, Sam Wachter goes on a journey to pare down her gaming backlog.
Happy #JRPGJuly everyone! The RPGamer crew is back for another round of Chic Pixel’s annual celebration, and we are here to share what staff are going to be playing this month!
Have you ever wanted to know what it’s like to be a game director and manage a team? Double Blit Games’ Game Director Story puts you in the shoes of a budding game studio director who is meeting the needs of the team as well as the demands of the publisher.
We begin the final day of our RPGs of the Decade feature. Sam Wachter kicks proceedings off with her personal list of favourites.
Sam Wachter returns with another Adventure Corner. In this edition she takes a look at Turnfollow’s graphic adventure title Wide Ocean Big Jacket, and dreams of summer.
Welcome to Adventure Corner, a column where members of the RPGamer staff can give their thoughts, impressions, and pseudo-reviews for various adventure titles that don’t come under our usual coverage. In this edition of the column we take a look at the ambitious full-motion video adventure game, Telling Lies on PC.
Welcome to Backloggin’ the Year, a feature that discusses the challenges and excitement that comes with working through your backlog. In this quarterly feature, Sam Wachter goes on a journey to pare down her gaming backlog. Although with 150+ games and working a full-time job, we’ll see how that goes.
Dragon Quest released on May 27, 1986, for the NES. Sam Wachter, however, never played it. Read through Sam’s experience of what it was like to go back to a thirty-three year old game and play it for the first time.
While it’s a bit later than usual, the RPGamer staff have decided to check in on last year’s resolutions. Did they make their 2019 goals? Let’s see what the staff have in store for 2020.
Sam Wachter has spent nearly fifty hours of Doraemon Story of Seasons and hasn’t completed it. Did her journey with Doraemon and friends take a wrong turn? Find out in our impression.
The RPGamer staff takes a trip down memory lane with the Dragon Quest series in hand. These personal pieces showcase what this thirty-three-year-old series means to us, and how excited we are that it keeps releasing, nearly each and every year.