Whatcha Playing is a new feature where the RPGamer staff share their experiences with the games they are currently playing. This inaugural edition covers the gambit of different games from Dragon Quest II to 428: Shibuya Scramble and many others in-between.
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The Etrian Odyssey series comes to its 3DS conclusion with the release of Nexus. Blending countless series callbacks with the best dungeon-crawling RPG experience around makes for a pretty fun game.
In this edition of the Adventure Corner we romance the sons of famous detectives in London Detective Mysteria. Who did Sam Wachter romance in her first playthrough? Let’s find out.
While looking cheap and unpolished, perhaps there is something decent to be found in the indie dungeon crawler Crimson Keep. Will that hope hold true? Let’s find out.
It’s been two years since NieR: Automata’s original release but it has come back into a bit of prominence with the release of the Game of the YoRHa Edition bundle. Though the bundle doesn’t add anything itself, it’s a good opportunity to give the game another look.
Let us enter a wacky world with wayward women from wild and weird fairy tales. These women then have blood squirted onto them for a calming effect. Of all the things that could have happened, that one probably wasn’t the first pick.
Bandai Namco’s God Eater series returns with a new entry. The Aragami-hunting exploits of Fenrir are over, and it’s time to see if Gleipnir proves as strong.
From missing husbands to Viagra, Assassin’s Creed Odyssey attempts to go for gold. Where does it place in the medal standings? Let’s find out.
Obsidian had a Kickstarter campaign to produce a type of RPG not seen much in recent years, and the fundraising was successful. Pillars of Eternity was the result, and a new review perspective is now available for it.
There’s plenty of torture and suffering to go around in Compile Heart’s latest visual novel/RPG hybrid, outside of some missteps with the combat mechanics. Prepare to be taken for a ride and face the re;Aper.
The RPG Elements column returns for a couple of imported JRPG art books. This edition looks at the Xenoblade Chronicles 2 Official Artworks: Alrest Record and the Utawarerumono: Mask of Deception / Mask of Truth Official Visual Collection.
For its 20th Anniversary special, Gust’s Atelier series provides something which, while a little different, still hews close to the things that made it all great in the first place.
Tasked with saving his home from a demon invasion, samurai Samanosuke must hack and slash his way through a feudal Japan. RPGamer takes a look at Onimusha: Warlords for the Nintendo Switch.
Over six months had passed since Nintendo revealed any information on the forthcoming Fire Emblem: Three Houses. It will take another five months for the game to finally hit the Switch, so a pair of staffers have fun analyzing the latest trailer.
A sibling pair needs to pass some trials in order to become heroes. This will happen by running around and killing some things, but will a good time be had doing so?
In this edition of Adventure Corner, Joshua dives into the Iranian revolution via 1979 Revolution: Black Friday. This Telltale-inspired title marks a unique instance of a game providing context and clarity to historical events.
Mixing deck-building and RPGs isn’t entirely new, but rarely is it done this well. This spire is definitely worth climbing.
Amnesia: The Dark Descent dared us to look our worst nightmares in the face and keep a grip on our sanity. With Soma, Frictional Games instead turns a dark mirror inwards, this time making us ponder our very sense of humanity.
After many years and a multitude of side entries and remasters, Kingdom Hearts III is finally here. There are a lot of threads to tie up, but still plenty of time to go gallivanting around Disney worlds.
Welcome to the Funplex, where all your dreams come true. This eight-episode romp is going to give you all the feelings, so make sure you have your quarters ready.