This week’s RPGamer content includes a review for Digimon Story Cyber Sleuth’s Switch release, a Deep Look for The Executioner, and an impression for Fort Triumph. Meanwhile, the news includes a SaGa-focused interview from Square Enix, a new Neptunia game, and plenty of new release dates and upcoming game details.
Author: Alex Fuller
Koei Tecmo announced that Gust’s Fairy Tail RPG is releasing worldwide in March. The announcement comes with a new trailer and a Japanese livestream featuring brand new gameplay footage.
Ann Takamaki is the latest Phantom Thief to get her own Persona 5 Scramble trailer. She will be taking her whip across Japan when the game launches next year.
Sega has revealed the winners of its open audition earlier this year for Yakuza: Like a Dragon. In addition to the grand prize winner, four other selected entrants will be appearing in the game.
Copper Heart Factory’s Feels is a text and ASCII-based RPG that deliberately gives minimal instructions to players. The game’s first chapter is available now on Steam Early Access.
Onion Games’ retro dungeon-crawling RPG Dandy Dungeon: Legend of Brave Yamada is now available for PC and Mac via Steam. The release comes with an adjustment to the game’s regular price on all of its other versions.
2D side-scrolling RPG Regions of Ruin is coming to consoles in December. The game features an open world and town-building elements as players aim to prevent the dwarves from becoming extinct.
There are a few new releases, headlined by SD Gundam G Generation Cross Rays and the console versions of Where the Water Tastes Like Wine. But the big news is the incredible number of sales available, which is far too high to list fully.
Idea Factory International released new batches of screenshots for both Arc of Alchemist and Azur Lane: Crosswave. The two games will be coming to North America and Europe early next year.
Fort Triumph is a strategy RPG that combines elements of XCOM and Heroes of Might and Magic. RPGamer had the opportunity to try out a demo version of the game, which is currently available on Steam Early Access.
Atlus released Morgana’s second Travel Report for Persona 5 Scramble. The new video shows the Phantom Thieves’ trip to Sendai and the character growth options in the game.
Multiplayer survival RPG CryoFall received a new update to its Early Access version. To go with the update, a new demo gives potential players eight hours of game time on its current version for free.
Headup released the third in its series of trailers for sci-fi action RPG Everreach: Project Eden. The video reveals that the game will be launching for PC and Xbox One very soon.
The third title in the Omega Labyrinth series is coming to PC worldwide via Steam. It appears that the PC version will be the fully expanded one released for Nintendo Switch earlier this year.
A new batch of screenshots is out for Final Fantasy VII’s remake. The new images show multiple elements of the game, as well as some familiar locations and characters.
Those wanting a physical Nintendo Switch copy of Divinity: Original Sin II will soon be able to order one. Larian Studios has teamed up with Limited Run Games for the edition.
Square Enix posted an interview with two of the team members behind the SaGa series, illustrator Tomomi Kobayashi and composer Kenji Ito. The interview covers the pair’s work on the series, particularly the recently-released Romancing SaGa 3 and the upcoming SaGa Scarlet Grace: Ambitions.
RPGamers waiting for DLC for Code Vein will have to wait a little bit longer. Bandai Namco revealed that the first three pieces, included in the Season Pass, will be released in early 2020.
This week featured plenty of editorial content to go with the latest news. Disco Elysium, Pokémon Shield, and GreedFall are among the titles to get fresh reviews.
The Phantom Thieves’ feline member is the focus of the latest Persona 5 Scramble trailer. In addition to his smaller regular form, Morgana can also use his van form to run down enemies.