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Adventure Corner: Punch Line

RPGamer’s Adventure Corner returns to take a look at another title not usually within our coverage but of potential interest to readers. This edition looks at Zero Escape creator Kataro Uchikoshi’s Punch Line, an adventure visual novel that originally started out as an anime series.


Limited Run Games Interview

An interview as enlightening as it is overdue, RPGamer sits down to talk with the co-founders of Limited Run Games about the company’s process and future plans. Douglas Bogart and Josh Fairhurst talk numbers, deciding which games to work on, and dream projects they wish they could get their hands on.


City of the Shroud Impression

City of the Shroud is an episodic title where player decisions will influence the direction of the game. At the moment, however, the core of the game makes it a bit difficult to stick with for the time needed for those influences to be felt.


Phantom Doctrine Review

For a game based on espionage, the Cold War is certainly a fitting setting and one that Phantom Doctrine happily jumps into. It’s not as simple as East vs. West, however, with plenty of threads that need to be untangled.


Jimmy and the Pulsating Mass Review

Jimmy and the Pulsating Mass is a quirky, emotional game. Isn’t it time someone made a sub-genre to describe RPGs inspired by Earthbound, so reviewers wouldn’t always namedrop Earthbound? In this one, you can be a bear!


Yakuza Kiwami 2 Review

The Dragon of Dojima is back once again to play arcade games, run hostess clubs, and bash thugs with varying implements. Kiryu even gets a love interest in Kiwami 2, but who cares about that when there are tigers to fight!


Rainbow Skies Review

Contrary to common belief, in Rainbow Skies characters fight much better immediately after devouring huge helpings of food. This is just one of many interesting things that will be experienced in the world of Lunah.


Banner Saga 3 Review

It was the best of times and the worst of times. Sam Wachter has finished the Banner Saga trilogy. She cried like a baby, threw the controller a few times, and watched all her favourites die.


Vampyr Review

It’s 1918 and vampires are in. In London, that is. Is their return a triumphant one? Or will Vampyr be relegated to the history books?