RPGamer was given the chance to try out the Early Access version of Blacksmith Legends. The RPG includes a considerable number of mechanics that allow it to go beyond a simple crafting sim.
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Ryan Radcliff and his retro Backloggin’ report concludes 2021 with a RPG completion bang! The Random Retro RPG Wheel looks to continue to spin well in 2022…and beyond!
Some games have a stronger impact than others. Does the Sinnoh region have a lasting impact on Pokémon fans? Or does it stay too faithful to the original DS games? All we can say is: Bidoof is the greatest Pokémon of all time.
Developer Logic Artists takes another step back into history with its latest title in the Expeditions series. Expeditions: Rome presents a thoroughly enjoyable role-playing experience in the late Roman Republic.
Love the Phoenix Wright series but looking for something similar and with less of a time commitment? Look no further than the adventures of Canadian lawyer, Nina Aquila! In this Adventure Corner, we check out Nina’s first season and are eagerly waiting for what season two will have in store.
It’s clear that Battle Brothers is meant to be challenging for even the most hardcore tactical RPGamers. The lack of help and optimization issues for consoles could have some quitting before the mechanics even have a chance to become fun.
Rainbow Billy: Curse of the Leviathan is an adventure RPG that sees players attempting to bring color back to the World of Imagination. RPGamer was able to interview developer ManaVoid Entertainment’s CEO Chris Chancey about the creation of the game and the ideas behind it.
Another year has come and gone, and it won’t be long until the RPG release flood begins anew. The RPGamer staff has picked out some of the titles they are most excited for in 2022 and beyond.
Experience Inc is back at it again with another dungeon-crawler. Undernauts: Labyrinth of Yomi has the gameplay polish and enemy designs to make this a dungeon worth diving into.
In this final Backloggin’ of the Year column, Sam wraps up her year in gaming. Did she stick to most of her goals? Or did she throw them out the window?
Anna Marie is back with her final Backloggin’ report for the year. Also, she has continued respect for all the news staff who have to write daily blurbs.
Moon: Remix Adventure RPG is now available in English on multiple platforms. The anti-RPG is not one for traditionalists, but features innovative gameplay with difficult puzzles to make it a pleasing twist.
Though there’s much more to come from Final Fantasy XIV, Endwalker brings down the curtain on an arc that began with A Realm Reborn. Warriors of Light can pick up their adventures in the comfort that Square Enix does not fall short.
RPGamer’s Where to Start? feature returns to provide a guide for those looking to get into certain RPG series. This time out we provide some insights on Nihon Falcom’s The Legend of Heroes, in particular the Trails/Kiseki titles.
ELEX II looks to continue the story of a post-apocalyptic world facing all-new dangers. But will this sequel be a good jumping-on point for new players?
Moonglow Bay may be the most Canadian game to ever exist. From strange fish tales to chatty Maritimers, the game will have you entranced by all its wonders.
A role-playing game can absolutely win Game of the Year at The Game Awards. Doing so ensures outstanding prestige, which promotes the overall value of this rich and rewarding genre.
The Monster Rancher series returns with the release of Monster Rancher 1 & 2 DX. Addictive gameplay and a host of quality-of-life improvements make this an easy option for any eager breeder.
Ever wanted to date your weapons? In Kitfox Games’ recent release, hack n’ slash your way across Verona Beach, and maybe get some smooches along the way.
Voice of Cards: The Isle Dragon Roars represents the softer side of Yoko Taro & Co. Even though its latter half suffers from a too-simple execution, it has some great ideas to grow upon.