The last week on RPGamer saw a trio of new reviews, a new Adventure Corner, and an impression for World of Horror. It’s a somewhat lower-key week for news, but there are still plenty of smaller things across the RPG spectrum.
Author: Alex Fuller
Rice Digital has announced an exclusive collector’s edition for Is It Wrong to Try to Pick Up Girls in a Dungeon? Infinite Combate. The edition is available to pre-order for PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch in both North America and Europe.
Tower defence and action RPG hybrid Dungeon Defenders: Awakened is now available on Steam Early Access. The game is expected to spend just a few months on Early Access before its full launch.
Focus Home Interactive and Lightbulb Crew have announced tactical RPG Othercide. The game, and its striking white, black, and red motif, will launch on PC and consoles this summer.
Cybeprunk dungeon-crawler Conglomerate 451 has exited Early Access. The game is now fully available for PC on multiple digital stores.
French audio series Le Donjon de Naheulbeuk is getting a video game adaptation. The Dungeon of Naheulbeuk: The Amulet of Chaos will see the world of Naheulbeuk becoming available in English for the first time.
Despite Hellpoint not actually being out yet, publisher tinyBuild and developer Cradle Games have released a sequel chapter. Hellpoint: The Thespian Feast is a standalone chapter with a new protagonist set several year after the main game, which is set to arrive in April.
Death end re;Quest 2 launched in Japan last week. Idea Factory International confirmed that it will also be launching in North America and Europe, though there is currently only a general 2020 release window.
After launching in Japan last year, War of the Visions: Final Fantasy Brave Exvius is heading west. The free-to-play mobile tactical RPG will launch in spring, with a new trailer and screenshots showing what it’s all about.
Conglomerate 451, Corruption 2029, the Kunio-kun bundle, and Katana Kami all make their debuts this week. Meanwhile, the Kingdom Hearts HD packs release on Xbox One and there are some new sales available.
The PC versions of Ys: Memories of Celceta and Ys: The Oath in Felghana have new audio options. Japanese voice acting can now be chosen for the former, while the latter gets the English voice acting previously found only on the PSP version.
Bombing Quest is a Bomberman-style RPG in development for PC. The game will be coming to Steam Early Access in the first week of next month.
Tactical sci-fi RPG Element: Space has been given a console release date. RPGamers will be able to join up with spacecraft captain Christopher Pietham and his squad on PS4 and Xbox One in March.
Free-to-play mobile RPG Monster Hunter Riders is out now in Japan. The game lets players ally with monsters in a similar vein to Monster Hunter Stories.
In the latest Persona 5 Royal trailer, Morgana gives newcomer Kasumi a crash course on the game and its new additions. RPGamers have a little over a month before they join back up with the Phantom Thieves.
It’s been a little while since the last update on action RPG Biomutant. However, developer Experiment 101 has assured us that work is still continuing on the game.
NIS America revealed that the physical edition of Game Freak’s Little Town Hero will be arriving in North America and Europe in June. In addition to the previously-confirmed Switch version, there will also be a PlayStation 4 version, with both currently available to pre-order.
THQ Nordic has looked over the feedback given for the playable teaser of a potential Gothic remake. The response was positive enough for full production to begin, though it will take a little while for the remake to arrive.
RPGamers can now catch up on the rest of the Kingdom Hearts series on Xbox One. The series’ three HD bundles are now available digitally on the console.
2019 survival action RPG Outward is getting its first DLC pack. The Soroboreans will add new enchanting and corruption systems when it launches in spring.