The narrative fueling Attack on Titan is engaging and action-packed enough to make a game adaptation worth checking out. But does this foray into humanity’s desperate struggle against its monstrous adversaries manage to nail down the dynamic fluidity of its action set pieces?
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The Marvel Ultimate Alliance series returns and harkens to superhero action RPG era of years past. Is the third, and most exclusive entry in the series a triumphant revival?
Japanese gaming culture is different. That’s a given. But since it gives us theatrical releases of video game films, who cares? Let’s see what we’re missing.
Three houses stand together, but when they fall apart, sides must be taken. Will the long awaited return to consoles for the Fire Emblem series be worth the wait?
Most of the time, sending a dog to fight armed soldiers is considered animal cruelty. Wargroove is an exception to that rule, and it manages to do quite a few other things also.
We play games for their story and graphics, but what keeps popping up in our heads is the great music we heard over the decades. In this first edition, Erik, Lucas, Cassandra, Shannon, and Joe each pick a soundtrack that has made a lasting impression on them.
SolSeraph seeks to reach the heights of a well-known SNES title. Does it reach the stars, or come crashing down like an angel with clipped wings?
Welcome to the end of everyone’s favourite monthly gameathon, #JRPGJuly. Let’s see how folks finished out the month and if they were successful in completing their game of choice.
Record of Agarest War: Mariage is ready to walk down the aisle with some lucky RPGamer. Is this marriage of traditional turn-based gameplay with new girls to woo a happy coupling or does it end in tears?
In Darksiders III’s latest DLC outing, Fury is sent on an interdimensional sojourn to clear out the infested Serpent Holes for Vulgrim. Looks like Earth will have to fend for itself for a while.
As players attempt to overcome not one but two catastrophes, Final Fantasy XIV takes them to a brand new world. With Shadowbringers offering the best experience so far, The First seems an appropriate name for that world in more ways than one.
July is passing quickly, so it’s already time for week 3 of #JRPGJuly. This week, the staff is building things in a Dragon Quest themed world, exploring Arland all over again, and fusing demons in SMT4: Apocalypse among many other games.
Unfrozen is bringing their take on Darkest Dungeon’s brand of dungeon-crawling to Steam Early Access on July 24. A white-knuckled, hair-raising hands-on session has taught us to respect the level of challenge in store for players next week.
Citizens of Space brings quite a bit to the table, offering players an impressive variety of systems with which to engage, and turn-based combat with many unique ideas and a myriad of options. It takes risks in opting for a humor-driven story rather than a more traditional one, but do these risks pay off?
Welcome to week two of #JRPGJuly! We have some newcomers, as well as sentai rangers! The fun never stops when you are chasing wigs and scoring big.
Devious Dungeon 2 provides a short rogue-lite experience without the permadeath. While it’s fairly enjoyable in short bursts, there’s not much reason to go back to it after one playthrough.
Dragon Quest Builders gleaned a lot from Minecraft, but the sequel Dragon Quest Builders 2 takes the offshoot series to a whole new level. Do the new additions and improvements make this a worthy successor?
Atelier Lulua is the fourth visit to Arland in the long-running Atelier series’ history. Was a return trip years after the last Arland title worth making?
Breath of the Wild took The Legend of Zelda to new horizons. Cadence of Hyrule, interestingly, takes the series simultaneously into wholly uncharted territory as well as way back to its roots. Can this old Bokoblin still learn new tricks?
The first week of #JRPGJuly is in the books. Let’s see how things are starting out for the RPGamer staff with their chosen games.