The Inquisitor looks to shine a focus on detective work in this alternate history 16th century Europe. RPGamer takes a look at how this dialogue heavy action adventure is shaping up.
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Adventure Corner ~ My Next Life as a Villainess: All Routes Lead to Doom! -Pirates of the Disturbance-
My Next Life as a Villainess has finally gotten the otome game treatment. But is this high seas adventure worth the price of admission?
New Year, new games to play! The RPGamer staff have put their resolutions out into the ether. Let’s wish them success in their 2024 goals.
We enter another year stacked full of exciting upcoming releases. The RPGamer staff picked out some of the highlights they are looking forward to in 2024.
Pathea Games returns to its rebuilding post-apocalyptic world with My Time at Sandrock. The game certainly doesn’t skimp on the content, making for another pleasing entry in the life sim genre.
It’s time to wrap up the last chunk of games Sam played for Backloggin’ the Year. Check out if she completed her personal challenges and which games for the Fall months were her favourites.
Who doesn’t love the holiday season? Odencat has gifted gamers a sweet treat in the form of Snowman Story. But is it warm cup of cocoa or a lump of coal?
Final Fantasy XVI received the first of two DLC packs earlier this month. Echoes of the Fallen may not provide any substantial answers to lingering story questions, but provides an enjoyable dungeon romp.
A wish of many came true! The legend of the seven stars is back for the Switch in Super Mario RPG Remake. The magic of this turn-based classic is here to captivate more fans with reworked visuals.
The pantheon of ancient Egypt would like to remind the world that they still rule the realms of imagination, and to this end they present a game. Prepare to brawl like an Egyptian.
Who would want to replay the same day over and over again? InsertDisc5’s In Stars and Time asks players to take care of their mental health before plunging into this emotional adventure.
The Last Faith marries elements of Metroidvania gameplay with Soulslike combat into an overall package that certainly looks divine. We take a look to see if it’s the genre’s second coming or just another false idol.
With the holiday season in full swing and 2023 nearing a close, the RPGamer staff took some time out of their full backlogs to share their Top 3 Personal favourite RPGs of the year. Do you agree with anyone’s favourites?
Larian Studios took its time with Baldur’s Gate III, and certainly didn’t skimp on its content. After taking some time ourselves to fully digest it, we are ready to offer thoughts on the very impressive release product.
It’s time to return to rainy Seattle and catch up with all of our fantastical friends. In this Adventure Corner we return to the world of Coffee Talk with the game’s second episode.
Studio Sai’s debut is a dating sim action RPG taking place during the apocalypse. Uninspired combat and a drab presentation drag down an intriguing story and a likeable cast.
Backpack Hero takes a look at the finer things in life: precise organization and a deep gameplay loop. Do the random mechanics and presentation make this turn-based roguelike a hit, or does it get mailed back to sender?
Star Ocean: The Second Story R had many RPGamers screaming at their TVs with the announcement. But is the game more than a 8 out of 10?
Crimson’s as red as can be, but all the flags are green for this action-adventure title. After obtaining the title in a giveaway, Michael Baker looks back at Flynn: Son of Crimson.
MMORPG New World received its first full expansion last month. RPGamer was able to talk to Game Director Scot Lane about the reception to Rise of the Angry Earth and some of the ideas and goals behind it.