The second Treehouse showing for Marvel Ultimate Alliance 3 serves up the RPG aspects for the game. These should come in handy for the new Infinity Trials.
Dragon Quest XI S got some focus during Nintendo’s second day of Treehouse broadcasts. The hosts took a look at many of the new features in the upcoming Switch version.
Both the newly-released port and the upcoming remake of Trials of Mana came to Nintendo’s Treehouse at E3. The hosts were joined by two of the game’s producers to talk about and show off the action RPG.
The healer always follows the tank and stays behind to keep everyone alive. What if this time, the healer actually gets to call the shots?
In this special bonus Q&A Quest, we discuss Nintendo’s E3 announcements. Unfortunately due to some technical difficulties, one of your hosts discusses the exciting news rather quietly.
Fire Emblem: Three Houses kicked off the second day of Nintendo Treehouse broadcasts from E3. The host took a look at the Officer’s Academy section of the game, before diving into combat.
Mecha action title Daemon X Machina is coming this September. In addition to the release date, the game got some new media and a couple of slots in Nintendo’s Treehouse.
Ludomotion’s action roguelite Unexplored is getting a sequel. The follow-up is set to be released on PC and consoles next year, with many changes, some more obviously noticeable than others.
XSEED Games has released some E3 trailers, including ones for a couple of upcoming RPGs. Heroland is set for release this fall, with Rune Factory 4 Special currently on a general 2019 date.
Perfect World announced the release of Torchlight II for consoles. So get ready to travel around the world and take down the corruption of Ordrak.
Greetings Troubleshooters, Friend Computer has an important training video for you to watch. Not watching this mandatory course in Troubleshooting is, of course, the behaviour of a traitor, and will be dealt with accordingly.
After launching on Xbox One earlier this year, Pearl Abyss is bringing sandbox MMORPG Black Desert to PlayStation 4. In addition, the mobile version of the game is releasing globally later this year.
No Straight Roads is a unique combination of action adventure, rhythm, and character progression coming to PlayStation 4 and PC later this year. RPGamer’s Charalampos Papadimitriou took some time to check the game out at E3.
RPGamer’s Charalampos Papadimitriou was able to pay a visit to the IndieCade booth at this year’s E3, where he was drawn to Spearhead Games’ Project Witchstone. He reports back on the early development demo he was able to check out for the upcoming sandbox RPG.
During the first offical day of E3, Pascal Tekaia was able to check out Action Squad Studios’ Iron Danger. The game looks to heavily play up its tactical time-management elements.
Pokémon Sword and Shield is one of a large number of titles that Nintendo brought to this year’s E3. The first day of the event provided an introduction to Water-type Gym Leader Nessa, and an appearance during the Nintendo Treehouse broadcast.
Dragon Quest Builders 2 is getting a demo version at the end of this month. Square Enix also provided some details on the DLC packs coming after the game’s full launch next month.
Iratus: Lord of the Dead marks Pascal’s kickoff to this year’s E3, and it starts it with a bang. Being the villain comes with some visual luster and deceptively deep tactical gameplay in this roguelike dungeon-crawler.
Bandai Namco is bringing Level-5’s Ni no Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch to new platforms. PlayStation 4 and PC owners will get a remastered version this September, with Switch onwers also getting a port of the PlayStation 3 title.
Bandai Namco has followed up its release date announcement with new screenshots for Code Vein. The new images show the default player character in multiple stages of combat.