Idea Factory International has released the original Amnesia, along with its companion, Amnesia: Later x Crowd for the Nintendo Switch. Sam Wachter shares her feelings on Later x Crowd, an interesting and unexpected fan disc release.
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No Place for Bravery is a tale about a grizzled combat champion picking up arms to rescue his long-lost daughter. So why does its combat feel like such a thankless chore?
BKOM Studios’ Sunday Gold merges point-and-click adventure and turn-based RPG mechanics. While the result is an average representation of both, it makes for an interesting attempt at a genre mashup.
Koei Tecmo and Omega Force return to the hunting action RPG sub-genre, partnering with EA for Wild Hearts. RPGamer was able to learn more about the game and what awaits players in its fantasy version of feudal Japan.
Valkyrie Elysium marks the return of a long dormant JRPG series, this time as an action RPG. Fast paced combat and strong supporting cast are bolstered by thoughtful homage to the parent series.
The DioField Chronicle provides an engaging and refreshing real time tactical battle system. That will be enough for fans of tactical RPGs, but the bland story unfortunately can’t keep up with its stellar gameplay.
Inkulinati uses visual flair and comedic sensibilities to catch the eyes in this roguelite tactical game. RPGamer takes a look at the demo to see how deep the combat goes in matching this style.
Backloggin’ the Year is back and Sam’s ready to chat about her summer gaming adventures. Did she enjoy the titles she played or did she find herself trapped in the cycle of what to play next?
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Manafinder incorporates several mini-games to add more fun to its adventure. This pixel-art turn-based RPG from small indie developer Wolfsden makes for an engaging and highly enjoyable experience.
Potion Permit is a mashup of RPG and slice-of-life. While it’s a game with a ton of promise, its buggy launch state takes much of the shine off.
Airoheart is the latest title to take advantage of the top-down action adventure revival. However, a lack of polish and anything new limit its likely audience.
A third entry in the Voice of Cards series has arrived in short order. The Beasts of Burden adds a few new mechanics, but deals a familiar hand.
The first title of the Crossbell duology is finally landing in the west. Is it worth exploring this unique province’s stories? Signs absolutely point to yes.
Jack Move is a cyberpunk RPG that is reminiscent of pixel JRPGs and the ’80s. While its short adventure and soundscape are enjoyable, a clichéd story fails to stand out.
RPGamer had a chance to check out a demo for the upcoming tactical RPG Dream Tactics. Was it a fun experience? Or does Sam need a nap after battling many crusty pillows?
In advance of its release later this month, Square Enix has released a demo for the upcoming Valkyrie Elysium. Previewing the opening hours of the game, Valkyrie Elysium’s demo makes the case for the series’ transition to modern consoles.
Exploring connections and dealing with gut-punching disasters are at the core I Was a Teenage Exocolonist experience. This card-based narrative adventure brings emotion in spades as it tells a touching story about life.
Ever wondered how kaijus date? In Kaichu: Kaiju Dating Sim, the developer Squiddershins explores this adorable and crazy premise.
Metal Max Xeno: Reborn claims to provide an open-world sandbox of vehicular mayhem. Unfortunately, technical problems and confounding gameplay changes undermine the campy charm of this post-apocalyptic series.