The Kunio-kun series gets a new entry from Arc System Works with Stay Cool, Kobayashi-san! Unfortunately, rather than providing an exciting new River City story, it doesn’t do all that much of anything.
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Spiders has been creating lower-key RPG releases for a while and GreedFall is perhaps the developer’s best title to date. Teer Fradee is a world worth exploring and proves that medium-budget titles have a place in the game industry.
Oliver and Mr. Drippy travel from the PlayStation 3 to the Nintendo Switch, and other platforms, to take on the White Witch. The port is a faithful rendition of its original version, right down to the aggravating battle system.
Whatcha Playing is back a bit belatedly to round up the games the staff played in October. Monster Hunter World: Iceborne, Mistover, and Trails of Cold Steel III were among the many vying for staff gaming time.
Red Blue Games’ Sparklite is the result of merging classic Zelda-style world exploration with a roguelike design philosophy. The result is charming, pretty, and may just keep you glued to the screen until it’s over.
The Vale, Falling Squirrel’s first title, is a non-visual game with a blind protagonist. RPGamer’s Zach Welhouse sat down with Falling Squirrel’s Dave Evans and Jamie Roboz to try the demo and learn more.
A Knight’s Quest is a new IP that takes notes from classics like The Legend of Zelda, then mixes its own unique flavors with it. What results is a well-made concoction, though not without its flaws.
Little Town Hero sets out to tell the cutest story about the littlest town where everything is perfectly peaceful. Well, until now.
The second Conception game was the first one in the series to arrive in the west. Now, an enhanced remaster of the first game has made it over, giving RPGamers lots more child-making to do.
Mary Skelter 2 is applying a nightmarish touch to dungeon crawling on Nintendo Switch. Is it worth the bad dreams to plumb the depths of these labyrinths?
Welcome to Clocknee, the place where time stands still. Will Nippon Ichi’s new time-traveling RPG leave its mark on the future, or has it failed to properly learn the lessons of the past?
The 1944 Warsaw Uprising is the subject of developer Pixelated Milk’s latest title. Though noteworthy for making the event more widely known, the game itself doesn’t do as much as it perhaps could have.
We’re halfway through October, and it’s time to get classically spooky with a look back at the Castlevania games. Or at least one in particular. What secrets will be revealed in the full moon’s light? Possibly not good ones.
Beamdog brought some classic D&D RPGs to consoles this month, with Neverwinter Nights following later in 2019, and we were about to chat about the releases. Johnathan Stringer talked with Beamdog co-owners Cameron Tofer and Trent Oster, and PR and Marketing Lead Sarah Dawson about the releases.
The three-person crew of Pirate Software is working on a story that promises a lot of heart. Developer Jason Thor Hall let us know about the non-traditional Heartbound, which is currently available on Steam Early Access.
Trails of Cold Steel II on the PlayStation 4 is the definitive edition of the video game. With a rich narrative full of world-building and fleshed out character, it’s a journey well worth the time sink.
The RPGamer staff takes a trip down memory lane with the Dragon Quest series in hand. These personal pieces showcase what this thirty-three-year-old series means to us, and how excited we are that it keeps releasing, nearly each and every year.
The end of the original Dragon Quest trilogy brings a lot to the table. But does it stand the test of time over 25 years later?
Indivisible offers a unique spin on Metroidvanias in a time when it’s good to be one. Unfortunately, some key aspects are executed less well than its stellar presentation values deserve.
The life of a Trails fan requires patience, with the wait for Trails of Cold Steel III being the latest test of that patience. Fortunately, it’s an experience that’s worth the wait, even if it ultimately leads to a bit more waiting.