Developer Rideon brings a fifth installment in the Mercenaries series to the Nintendo Switch. A poorly executed story overshadows an otherwise solid strategy role-playing game.
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Loud music and neon, the 1980s were a time of whirlwind change. In this Adventure Corner we look at A Summer’s End – Hong Kong 1986, which is a beautiful game about queer ladies in the 80s.
Chronos: Before the Ashes is an action RPG in which players need to traverse a labyrinth by solving puzzles and killing enemies in order to face a dragon. While some games feature heroes growing older, this one handles the aging process rather differently.
Some strikes are big hits, and others are misses. It all depends on the game being played. So what happens when you add a ton of monsters to the mixi? Will it be a swing and a miss, or a ten-pin slam?
Players can now conquer the Tower of Fortune on Nintendo Switch or PC. The roguelike proves once again to be a challenging but enjoyable experience, with a few extra goodies added to the mix.
We play games for their story, graphics, and music, but what games do we play when we need a pick-me-up? Erik, Ryan, William, Zack, Cassandra, and Andy each picked a game that made them feel good and wrote about it.
Ryza returns to the protagonist role in Japan this week, before heading back to North America and Europe in January. RPGamer was given the opportunity to check out Atelier Ryza 2 ahead of its release.
In addition to checking out a PC build for Atelier Ryza 2, RPGamer was also given the opportunity to interview Producer Junzo Hosoi. We discussed what new things the game brings to the series.
A new protagonist appears! Move over Kazuma Kiryu because Kasuga Ichiban has stolen the spotlight! Yakuza: Like a Dragon has a new kid in town, but is he ready to take on the reins of becoming the next dragon?
Eleven years have passed since Demon’s Souls graced PS3s for the first time. Today it headlines Sony’s PS5 with a visual overhaul to match.
Radical Fish Games has brought its action RPG CrossCode to the Nintendo Switch. How well does this indie RPG stack up against the competition?
After a nine-year run, the Nintendo 3DS finally ceased production this year. We look back at some of our favorite RPGs released on the handheld and invite readers to share theirs.
Bats and barbarians both know where it’s at, where the monsters growl and treasures glow. To the dungeon! To the caves! To adventure! May the strong survive, and the weak perish. Such is the way of the Batbarian.
Christmas might be a month away, but that didn’t stop Zeboyd Games from dropping Cthulhu Saves Christmas for Nintendo Switch. The game is a holly jolly time, but will its few shortcomings be the coal in RPGamer’s presents?
The idea of investigating an open-world murder mystery is certainly an intriguing one. But Paradise Killer’s free-form, hands-off approach to storytelling doesn’t always play nice with its incredibly bizarre world and eclectic cast of characters.
Ghost of a Tale is an ambitious outing that explores an imaginative new world while eschewing combat. Is the tale of a tiny mouse among an army of rats worth checking out?
Netmarble brings a spin-off of its popular mobile RPG Seven Knights to the Nintendo Switch. Is this adventure through time and space worth it?
Torchlight III is a game of simple pleasures and going for one more dungeon can be very addicting. With an easy-going tone and accessible to all, the game is best enjoyed in short bursts.
Battle Hunters offers a set of 28 warriors with very diverse backgrounds and abilities to personalize the fighting experience. Colorful characters, powerful bosses, and a fun battle system form part of an entertaining journey.
Pixelated Milk’s Warsaw tries to make the jump to PS4 a year after its release on PC. Unfortunately, the presence of frustrating bugs prevents it from sticking the landing.