Level-5’s Snack World is coming west. RPGamers in North America and Europe will be able to join Chup and Mayonna in their quest to stop Sultan Vinegar and Smörg Åsbord on Valentine’s Day.
Author: Alex Fuller
Sega held its latest livestream for Project Sakura Wars and also released a new trailer focusing on Tite Kubo’s character designs. Details revealed in the presentation include a new character, a card game, and a battle simulator.
Dragon Quest Builders 2 is heading Steam. The PC version of the game, which sees players rebuilding the world of Dragon Quest II, will be available in less than a month’s time.
Sword Art Online: Alicization Lycoris is currently in development and Bandai Namco released a new in-game video clip. The video focuses on Asuna, one of the playable characters in the upcoming title.
The Switch version of fantasy action RPG Decay of Logos has a firm release date. The game will hit the hybrid console at the end of the month.
The final planned single-player expansion for action RPG Two Worlds II has been officially announced. Shattered Embrace will see the return of the long-lost Elven race.
The latest RPGamer content features a trio of new reviews, plus an interview and impression of upcoming non-visual RPG The Vale. Meanwhile, this week’s news includes plenty of announcements from ExileCon and X019, plus more.
A new trailer for Everreach: Project Eden shows exploration and combat in the sci-fi action RPG. RPGamers will be taking on the role of Nora Harwood on PC and Xbox One this December.
Ryuji Sakamoto is the third character to get their own Persona 5 Scramble trailer. The action spin-off/sequel hits Japan in February.
Grinding Gear Games opened this weekend’s ExileCon with several new announcements for Path of Exile. A massive new 4.0.0 campaign was introduced alongside the upcoming Conquerors of the Atlas expansion and a mobile version.
Heroland will be welcoming visitors in North America next month. PlayStation 4 and Switch RPGamers will also be joined by those on PC at its grand opening.
Merge Games and Red Blue Games’ Sparklite is out now. RPGamers can lend their assistance to Ada’s quest to stop the Baron from mining away Geodia’s core.
Pearl Abyss had plenty to announce at the G-STAR 2019 trade show in Korea. The company announced three new MMORPGs as well as a multiplayer arena fighter.
It looks like the Troubleshooters need a bit of extra time to deal with some issues ahead of the release of Paranoia: Happiness Is Mandatory. Friend Computer is looking forward to welcoming players in December.
During its X019 event, Microsoft revealed that the Yakuza series is coming to Xbox. Yakuza Zero, Yakuza Kiwami, and Yakuza Kiwami 2 will all be released on Xbox One early next year.
Square Enix revealed that the earlier titles in the Kingdom Hearts series will be coming to Xbox One next year. In addition, a demo version of Kingdom Hearts III is now available on Xbox One and PlayStation 4.
Microsoft is expanding the titles available through Xbox Game Pass. The games coming to the service in the next year include plenty of RPGs.
Idea Factory International provided some details and images for Arc of Alchemist’s combat. It also revealed that the Nintendo Switch version will be joining the PlayStation 4 version when it launches in the west early next year.
Pokémon Sword and Shield, Sparklite, and Romancing SaGa 3 head up this week’s new releases, while Yaga arrives on other platforms following its Apple Arcade debut and Rune II and N.E.O launch on PC. There is also a mixture of continuing and new sales.
A pair of indie RPGs are now available on Steam Early Access. Those interested can check out in-progress versions of Worldwalker Games’ Wildermyth and Wegenbartho Games’ The Donnerwald Experiment.