Welcome to the Funplex, where all your dreams come true. This eight-episode romp is going to give you all the feelings, so make sure you have your quarters ready.
Author: Sam Wachter
Dragon Quest XI, Assassin’s Creed Odyssey, Ni no Kuni II — there were many fantastic releases in 2018. But before we reveal our Game of the Year, RPGamer staff members sit down and ponder their personal top threes from last year.
Sam Wachter is playing through her Steam backlog and sharing some gems along the way. One of the first games she completed this year released back in 2016. Kathy Rain: A Detective is Born is a Twin Peaks inspired point and click adventure game that is sure to twist some heads.
The RPGamer staff have readied their gaming resolutions. Let’s see what the staff intends to achieve game-wise in 2019.
Sam Wachter returns with a final edition for Backloggin’ the Year. She looks back at what she managed to clear out in 2018 despite some trying periods.
I took a journey to sadtown while playing She Dreams Elsewhere. However, is there hope for Thalia to get out of her own head? We’ll find out when the game releases in 2019.
Empathy and kindness are now needed more than ever, especially in tough times. Stardew Valley reminds us with ease how important and necessary empathy is in our day to day lives.
Sam Wachter has been behind on her RPGs these last two months. Let’s see where her progress is at, as we rewind and look back at September and October.
Please enjoy this round up of RPGamer’s Tokyo Game Show content. We hope you had fun reading our impressions and partaking in the sights of the show floor.
Mike Apps begged me to go check out Yo-kai Watch 4, and I am here to tell him that it is wonderful. Thank you for yelling at me to check it out, Mike!
I waited two hours in line to play the new Persona game. Was it worth the wait? Find out in my TGS impression.
Sam Wachter hasn’t been feeling the Atelier series as of late. Did Nelke and the Legendary Alchemists change her mind? Find out in our impression.
Sam and Scott were shuffled into the Sega Booth and forced to play an upgraded version of a game from 2012. It was…. something, to say the least.
Tokyo Game Show 2018 has recently wrapped up, and Scott and Sam Wachter had a chance to walk the show floor for a day. Here are some of the exciting titles and gimmicks that were out and about for enjoyment.
RPGamer continues its tribute to Michael A. Cunningham, this time with a rewind to some of his best works. Included are interviews, podcasts, and other contributions he’s made across the gaming community.
Another month has passed, and Sam is once again behind on her posting schedule. Let’s see what games she knocked out of her backlog in the month of August.
In this installment, Sam Wachter plays a horror visual novel called Distress, and recognizes that she wants to rewatch Strange Days. Given she isn’t a fan of horror, why does she do these things to herself?
Welcome to our Week 2 update, as RPGamer staff continue their way through JRPG bliss. Some manage to make progress, while one gets a bit too fixated on owning a monster truck.
In her late June update, Sam Wachter discusses why life hates her, and how she finally beat Okage: The Shadow King. Stan would be so proud!
The first week of #JRPGJuly is a wrap! Let’s see how the RPGamer staff progressed in their chosen RPGs.