Anna Marie is back with her third Backloggin’ report. It’s another month focused on newer releases, but at least the backlog hasn’t grown.
Author: Anna Marie Privitere
Anna Marie is back for a second month, but she had less success in bustin’ her backlog in February than in January. Some really great games came out this month, so it’s a little understandable.
Switch gamers can now join the adventure of Hero-U: Rogue to Redemption. Anna Marie Privitere provides her thoughts on the Switch release, and joins them with Michael Baker’s PC thoughts for a new video review.
Anna Marie looks back at the first month of the year, what games were wrapped up, and what’s coming in the future. Spoilers: there’s probably going to be a lot less backloggin’ in February.
What started as a humble feature running solo has now blossomed into a foursome of RPGamer staff each trying to blast their own backlog. In this introductory post, you can learn a little more about this year’s backloggin’ crew, their backlog, and how each will be tackling their pile of games.
Need to figure out where to ease into Ys? This guide has you covered, laying out the series in its entirety and a trio of starting games to tackle.
Not sure where to start tackling a massive backlog? Here’s six tips that have worked for one of our site owners to help increase the number of games she’s finishing every year.
Adventure Corner returns for another look at a title not usually covered by the site, but which may be of interest to our readers. In this edition, Anna Marie Privitere controls the news in Headliner: NoviNews.
Our new Where to Start series is seeing a second entry with one of the forefathers of the genre. Whether you’re a newcomer, returning fan, or veteran, there are Dragon Quest titles for you!
The Atelier series is now a sprawling empire of over thirty titles. Whether you’re totally new to the series or returning from the PS2 era, we answer the ever-important question of a well-established series: where to start!
Trails of Cold Steel III gives RPGamers their first chance to play the series on Nintendo Switch. Anna Marie Privitere finds out how the Switch version of the game holds up in comparison to its original PS4 release.
An Ancient Evil, The Mage, and…Solitaire based combat? It’s weird, and yet, it works.
When two people bump into each other at a park over eight years ago, it kicks off a chain of relationships that will intertwine in unexpected ways. Half Past Fate provides an interesting twist on the classic visual novel in both form and function.
A game that’s designed around failing shouldn’t be interesting, and yet this one manages to pull it off with style.
What do a 90s actress out of a job, a floating CRT monitor, and picross puzzles have in common? Naturally, it’s murder mysteries.
When your little brother is bored and cooped up in the hospital, what’s a guy to do besides make a video game for him? The latest Adventure Corner looks at the Apple Arcade title Takeshi & Hiroshi.
Guildlings is a unusual episodic RPG that tasks players with thinking outside the box, outside their phone, and sometimes outside of reality.
Coffee Talk takes up the mantle of visual novel slash beverage service. Is it worth staying for a cup?
Savy is missing, and best friend Lina is on the case. Taking on the role of one of the last human cab drivers, Neo Cab dives into multiple mysteries, while ferrying around a vibrant cast of characters, one trip at a time.
With the recent launch of Apple Arcade, a slew of RPGs and Adventure titles have arrived. Does Tangle Tower stand out in a sea of new offerings?