Treasures is the newest spin-off in the long-running Dragon Quest series. Excellent exploration and treasure-hunting await those ready to embark on the adventure.
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Pokémon Violet invites newcomers and veterans to explore the open world of the Paldea region. The freedom to choose a path, however, may turn into a deal breaker for those who struggle to find a balanced one.
Romancing SaGa is the remake of the fourth entry in the SaGa franchise. The game introduced the free-form scenario mode, which sacrificed linearity in favor of freedom galore alongside a brutal combat difficulty.
Soccer Story brings its take on a combination of adventure, sports, and RPG. A cute world is unfortunately undermined by both sporting and technical difficulties.
Who is ready to go back in time to smooch some samurai? In Birushana: Rising Flower of Genpei, players will have the opportunity to make out with some of history’s greatest heroes. But are the romances swoon-worthy? All signs point to yes.
Winter has finally arrived, it’s time for warm blankets, hot beverages, and some cozy video games. The RPGamer staff shares some of its favourite “cozy” games that we feel you should check out this holiday season.
Star Ocean has returned with its latest entry, Star Ocean: The Divine Force. While there are attempts to evolve the series, they bring their own issues that hold back some of its good ideas.
Asymmetric Publications returns to the Loathing universe with Shadows Over Loathing. Its Eldritch version of 1920s America comes with plenty of humour strangeness, but also an appreciable depth of exploration and puzzle-solving.
Demonschool wears many influences on its sleeve and combines them beautifully. RPGamer got a quick look at this unique movement-based tactical RPG.
With its blend of graphics, plot, and combat, this is a game that would seem to have its finger on the trigger. So how did it manage to shoot itself in the foot? That will take a few more words to explain.
Dying Light 2: Bloody Ties DLC is Techland’s chance to appeal to new and returning players. Has Techland learned from its past glitch-filled mistakes, or does this appeal land with a resounding thud?
Harry McEntire plays the lead character, Noah, in the critically acclaimed Xenoblade Chronicles 3. Learn more as Elmon Dean Todd interviews him about the game, previous roles, and how he got into acting.
Ocean Drive Studio made its debut this year with tactical RPG Lost Eidolons. Strong gameplay demonstrates plenty of promise for future titles, despite a few missteps.
Ahead of Shadows Over Loathing’s surprise launch, RPGamer was given the chance to check out the game. As fans of West of Loathing will expect, its stick-figure shenanigans provide a ton of humour.
Asterigos: Curse of the Stars is a hidden indie gem from Acme Gamestudio that balances tough combat with great accessibility. While pacing issues and visual shortcomings exist, there’s a wonderful world waiting to be explored.
Tactics Ogre has a legacy, and it’s being rereleased in a definitive form with Tactics Ogre: Reborn. In our review, Sam Wachter shares her experience waging war across Valeria.
Can magical girls, Eldritchian horrors, and William Shakespeare all blend together seamlessly? Zeboyd Games gives it a go in their newest RPG, This Way Madness Lies.
Chained Echoes is an upcoming JRPG-inspired game described to be a combination of a fantasy world with mechs, magic, and airships. RPGamer was able to talk to developer Matthias Linda about what awaits players in the game.
Since their inception, magic has played a key role in many RPGs, bringing with it many powerful and notable practitioners. The RPGamer staff picked out some of their favourites to form our own Magic Circle.