Bug Fables received a successful PC launch in 2019. With the game now arriving on consoles, Anna Marie Privitere sees if it turns over a new leaf on the Nintendo Switch.
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Being a niche gamer can be a lonely endeavor. Jervon explores the beauty and frustrations of it and how Phantasy Star Online 2 is challenging his preconceived notions of friendships, personal fulfillment, and moving on
RPGamer is currently looking into providing audio-visual versions of our regular written reviews. A video version of our recent Utawarerumono: Prelude to the Fallen follows our pilot review from earlier in the month.
The home computer has had an interesting roller-coaster ride alongside consoles through the rise of today’s gaming industry. The CRPG Book is an indispensable resource for everyone from hobbyists to historians, covering over 400 games.
Though western RPGamers were able to enjoy Utawareumono’s Mask of Deception and Mask of Truth duology, up until now the original game seemed stuck in Japan. However, a remake has at last allowed English-speakers to find out how it stacks up.
JRPG Study Time is a new series where we explore the vast world of JRPGs and how they have evolved. We start with a look at the title that laid the technical and narrative ground work for many games to come.
Cyberpunk dungeon-crawler Conglomerate 451 sees players use their government agents to subdue a group of corporations. Battling clones with clones makes for quite a repetitive experience, however.
RPGamer is currently looking into providing audio-visual versions of our regular written reviews. To help gauge the potential of doing this, we have produced a video version of our Final Fantasy VII Remake review and would like to hear if future videos are of interest.
Ganbare! Super Strikers attempts to apply tactical RPG gameplay to the sport of soccer. While it’s a good idea with potential, the execution is lacking once the novelty of the premise wears off.
The Yo-kai Watch series is the perfect complement to lounging by the pool or avoiding mass infection. Slow down, whip out that stylus, and look under some vending machines.
A trio of tabletop enthusiasts becomes embroiled in a snowball fight for the life of their club and..wait! I swear, this isn’t the start of a bad joke!
In this time of darkness, disease, and uncertainty, many people need a game to lighten the soul, show them a spot of happiness, and generally be a bright and positive thing. This is not that game. But for those who like their fantasy to be dark, grisly, and macabre, we may have the game for you here.
Whatcha Playing is back to round up the games the staff played in March and April. Dragon Quest III, Trails games, Trials of Mana, and Persona 5 Royal were among the many vying for staff gaming time as we stayed indoors during the lockdown.
Twenty-five years after the original Super Famicom release of Seiken Densetsu 3, a remake looks to attract a whole new generation of gamers. Trials of Mana is a great example of how to update a 16-bit RPG for a modern audience while staying true to the original.
There have been numerous Dragon Ball RPG games in the past, but most were bland, or mediocre at best. Does Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot for the Playstation 4 offer fans something worthwhile? And will it entice non-fans as well?
In this article Erik van Asselt looks at the recent much anticipated remake of Final Fantasy VII. And he finds out it is not his cup of tea.
After a decade in the wilderness, Sakura Wars is back with its unique mix of musical theatre and demon-fighting mechs. Not even a change to an action combat system can keep this star from shining.
Adventure Corner returns for another look at a title not usually covered by the site, but which may be of interest to our readers. In this edition, Alex Fuller attempts to survive the Feast of the Yomi-Purge in visual novel Raging Loop.
Quarantine and self-isolation have given us plenty of time to follow our hobbies. Possibly too much time. But nobody ever said that it was time that must be spent on the new, after all. Old games need love, too, and they always have things for us to ponder.
Did you know that eating multiple parfaits in a row makes one stronger? Perhaps one should not play this game for dietary advice, but maybe a review will make it clear that there are some other reasons to play it.