After digital pre-orders were given a few days’ early access, Judgment is now out in North America and Europe. The new title from Yakuza series developer Ryū ga Gotoku Studio puts players in the role of private detective Takayuki Yagami as he becomes involved in a serial murder case.
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Aquaplus has officially confirmed that a new Utawarerumono game is coming. Only the two main characters have been revealed at this stage, with more details expected in July.
KonoSuba’s dungeon-crawling RPG is coming to Japan this week. Developer Entergram recently released seven minutes of gameplay footage for the title.
Forged of Blood is a combination of turn-based tactical RPG and grand strategy that recently entered a closed beta phase. Developer Critical Forge also released a new overview trailer for the game, which is expected to receive a full release on PC in August.
Famitsu has another detailed preview for Fire Emblem: Three Houses. The update includes some extra details on the second arc, introduces more characters, and shows new classes and interaction options.
After taking a break for E3, the RPGamer Round-Up column returns to give a summary of the past week’s content. This week includes a load of E3 impressions and interviews, as well as plenty of new reviews and some fresh RPG news.
Square Enix has released some new screenshots for the upcoming first game in the Final Fantasy VII Remake project. The new images show further stills from the extended gameplay trailer released during E3.
Warner Bros. has released some new trailers for the upcoming Ni no Kuni movie, which hits theatres in Japan this August. The videos showcase the film’s characters: Yuu, Haru, Kotona, and Asya.
E3 has been in the books for nearly a week now. That’s enough time for our staff to collect their thoughts and pick out some of their personal highlights from the event.
For those wanting a quick lesson in what Cadence of Hyrule is all about, Nintendo has obliged with a new overview trailer. The crossover between Crypt of the NecroDancer and The Legend of Zelda is available now on Nintendo Switch.
The Alliance Alive is coming to new platforms this year. RPGamers in Japan now have a date for when the game, originally released on 3DS, arrives on PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch.
There are plenty of new releases to check out from the past couple of weeks including Bloodstained, Dragon Star Varnir, Citizens of Space, and Cadence of Hyrule. There are also numerous post-E3 sales available.
While E3 was going on, Idea Factory International and Compile Heart’s Dragon Star Varnir arrived on PlayStation 4 in North America and Europe. Idea Factory International has now given its upcoming PC version a slightly narrower launch window.
Those wishing to check out 11 bit studios and Dead Mage’s Children of Morta have the chance to do so. The demo is only available until the end of this week, however, so those who do will need to act fast.
The new ambassador to the Galactic Federation of Planets has started in his role. However, there is minor issue that the planet he’s representing has gone missing, and he’s going to need to find it if he wants to stay in the cushy position.
Dungeon-crawler Blue-Winger Chevalier has received its first trailer. Developer Experience’s remake of Students of Round is set to hit the PlayStation Vita in less than a month.
Doraemon Story of Seasons is now available for Nintendo Switch in Japan. Just prior to the launch, Bandai Namco released a new trailer showing the numerous activities players can partake in.
RPGamer’s Adventure Corner returns for a detailed look at visual novel World End Syndrome. The recently-released title from TOYBOX and Arc System Works sends players to the rural town of Mihate, where they are thrust into a mystery involving the themes of life and death.
A new Japanese trailer is out for Ys IX: Monstrum Nox. The action RPG releases in Japan this September, with the video giving a quick look at its playable characters and new 3D movement methods.
Morgana returns with another Japanese report on Persona 5 Royal. Further additions revealed include a new gallery mode as well as new strong enemies and rare items to find in Palaces.