RPGamer’s Round-up column returns with a summary of the previous week’s articles. This week included reviews for Kingodm Hearts III and Slay the Spire, a couple of Adventure Corner entries, and a Nintendo Direct packed with announcements.
Author: Alex Fuller
Yo-kai Watch 4 is getting some new gameplay elements. Both the Naviwoof and Yo-ki Power are new additions coming to the series as it makes its Switch debut.
Spike Chunsoft’s dungeon-crawling RPG Zanki Zero has been delayed a bit. The game is now set to hit North America and Europe in early April.
Inca Games and Sixth Vowel have released their debut title, Element: Space. The squad-based tactical RPG is available now on PC through Steam and the Humble Store.
A new ToeJam & Earl title is finally releasing digitally in just a couple of weeks. However, those looking for a physical edition will be able to order one from Limited Run Games tomorrow.
Nintendo devoted five minutes of its Direct to covering Fire Emblem: Three Houses. The game has been pushed back from its planned spring release, but now has a firm date and a special edition.
PlatinumGames’ newest title has been revealed. Astral Chain is coming exclusively to Switch and puts players in control of a futuristic police special forces unit.
This week is a quieter one for new releases. There are, however, some new sales across platforms in both North America and Europe.
A new title from I Am Setsuna and Lost Sphear developer Tokyo RPG Factory has been announced. In a change to the developer’s previous titles, Oninaki is an action RPG.
A couple of western Dragon Quest releases have been confirmed. Both Dragon Quest XI’s Switch version and Dragon Quest Builders 2 are coming to North America and Europe later this year.
Final Fantasy IX Out on Switch, Xbox One; Chocobo’s Mystery Dungeon, Final Fantasy VII Dates Revealed
One classic Final Fantasy title is now available on Switch and Xbox One. Meanwhile, the release date for another on those same platforms, as well as for a spin-off remake have also been announced.
The Division 2 is getting a new beta at the start of March. Unlike last weekend’s private beta, this one will be open to all.
Those thinking about buying Pokémon: Let’s Go can now try it out with a free demo. Players will be able to take a randomly-selected Pikachu or Eevee into Viridian Forest.
Nippon Ichi Software has released a second trailer for Destiny Connect. RPGamers can get another look at Sherry, Pegreo, Isaac, and their allies, plus some of the machines they’ll be up against in their quest to save Clocknee.
Bigben Interactive and Eko Software have come out with a release date for Warhammer: Chaosbane. They also revealed a pair of beta phases coming in the next two months.
RPGamer’s Round-up column returns with a summary of the previous week’s articles. This week included plenty of reviews, a date for the Atelier series’ return to Arland, and lots of classic D&D titles coming to console.
God Eater 3 is out now in North America and Europe. Bandai Namco marked the launch with a new trailer as well as a message from producer Yusuke Tomizawa.
Imageepoch president Ryoei Mikage has returned with a new development studio. Its first title will see it creating a new title for Nippon Ichi’s Criminal Girls series.
This part of the year is a busy one of RPG Kickstarters. In this check-in on crowdfunding campaigns we take a look at Chained Echoes, Summer in Mara, Imperium Omni, and Under Stranger Stars.
Nihon Falcom is bringing another of its titles to PlayStation 4 in Japan. Ys: Memories of Celceta is set to be released on the console in May.