Maratus Games is bringing Arisen: Chronicles of Var’Nagal to Steam Early Access next week. The narrative-focused title has players expressing themselves using cards representing emotions.
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Death’s Gambit: Afterlife is releasing in a couple of weeks. The expansion will be available for free on PS4 and PC, with the game itself also making its debut on Switch.
Anshar Studios’ isometric cyberpunk RPG Gamedec is out now. The game is available on PC, with a Switch version to follow at a later date.
Farming sim Story of Seasons: Pioneers of Olive Town is now available on PC. The latest title in the Bokujo Monogatari/Story of Seasons franchise originally released for Switch back in March.
The second chapter of Deltarune’s arrival is imminent. Players will be able to copy their previous chapter save files over, though a general memory of story events is all that’s required.
Koei Tecmo provided some more media and info for Gust’s Blue Reflection: Second Light. The publisher provided new gameplay footage and screenshots, and introduced characters Uta Komagawa and Kirara Kuno.
Pixpil and Chucklefish Games’ Eastward is now available. The adventure RPG follows John and Sam as they journey through a world that is falling into ruin.
Brand new releases this week include Eastward, Gamedec, Tails of Iron, and The Amazing American Circus. Meanwhile Darksiders III, Nexomon, Ni no Kuni II, Story of Seasons: Pioneers of Olive Town, and Table of Tails arrive on new platforms.
Table of Tales: The Crooked Crown emulates a tabletop RPG experience and originally released for PSVR in 2019. Developer Tin Man Games has now brought the game to PC via Steam, including a new non-VR mode.
Klabater’s strategic deck-building RPG The Amazing American Circus is out now. The game sees players building up a circus empire in 19th-century United States.
Anshar Studios’ Gamedec launches for PC tomorrow. Ahead of the release, the developer put out a set of videos introducing players to some of its elements.
Sunborn Games announced that the release of tactical RPG Reverse Collapse: Code Name Bakery has been pushed to next year. The developer provided some new details of the game, which is a remake of 2013 title Code Name: Bakery Girl.
Taiwan-based developer Acme Gamestudio announced action RPG Asterigos. Players will be able to join Hilda on her exploration of the cursed city of Aphes next year.
FuRyu and NIS America each released a new trailer for Monark. The game, featuring contributions from developers of the original Shin Megami Tensei, will launch in Japan in October before heading west next year.
This week’s RPGamer content features a quartet of reviews, including Tales of Arise and NEO: The World Ends with You, plus a couple of Backloggin’ updates. Meanwhile, a new PlayStation Showcase provided several of this week’s biggest RPG news stories.
Publisher eastasiasoft released a new trailer for Xuan Yuan Sword VII ahead of its console release this month. The minute-long video focuses on the game’s action combat.
All in! Games and Dreamplant Studio’s action roguelite Arboria has been fully released. The game spent a little over a year in Early Access.
2K Games and Gearbox Software showed off Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands during this week’s PlayStation Showcase, announcing a March release date in the process. The Borderlands spin-off promises a slightly different tabletop adventure.
Tales fans have a brand new title to sink their teeth into. Tales of Arise is available now, with its release accompanied by a new launch trailer.
Japanese developer CharacterBank showed new footage of VR RPG Ruins Magus. The game recently completed a successful crowdfunding campaign.