Over a decade since the last release, the Disciples series is making its return. RPGamer was given the opportunity to watch a brief demo of the game and check out a few hours of a recent closed beta build.
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What happens when the Game of Fate is canceled and all that’s left to do is walk through the apocalypse? In World’s End Club at least, you get cute kids but boring gameplay.
A tale as old as time, a turn-based tactical RPG with more hits than misses. Wildermyth’s great combat ideas do outweigh some story pacing issues and is worth a look.
The full release of action roguelite Dreamscaper is finally here. Afterburner Studios has cultivated a strong gameplay loop that grabs players with its melancholic but immersive atmosphere.
WitchSpring3 Re:Fine is the first console release for the Korean RPG series. Ahead of its upcoming western Switch release, RPGamer was given the chance to chat to STUDIOARTDINK’s Masashi Saito, KIWIWALKS’s Yeonju Kim, and IKINAGAMES’s SeJong Joo about the game and series.
Anna Marie is back with her seventh Backloggin’ report. The backlog grows, the backlog shrinks, and new games manage to sneak in too.
Welcome to the end of everyone’s favorite monthly gameathon, #JRPGJuly. Let’s see how folks finished out the month and if they were successful in completing their game of choice.
Somebody’s up to no good at Chernobyl and its time to figure out what. Chernobylite is a survival RPG with a few cool ideas and some less interesting ones too.
Scarlet Nexus sees players joining future humanity’s forces and using special powers to fight against the monstrous Others. For a new IP, Bandai Namco has a winner on its hands.
RPGamer had the opportunity to test Broken Ranks and chat with Whitemoon Games during PAX Online. This free-to-play MMORPG has an innovative battle system and a noticeable focus on story.
As part of PAX Online, RPGamer was given the opportunity to talk to the founder of D20Studios about Summoners Fate and sample a demo. This deck-builder offers novel ways of controlling a party and promotes creativity.
Summer sales cause Pascal’s backlog to get a little tight at the waist. At least there’s some big-ticket names to cross off the list for the second quarterly update.
The summer is heating up and so is JRPGJuly! Let’s see how week 3 worked out for the RPGamer crew.
RPGamer hits the links with the release of Mario Golf: Super Rush. Tight golf mechanics are frustrated by a tacked-on adventure mode.
What happens when all of the color in the world has been removed? Has the world lost its hope and joy? In Chicory: A Colorful Tale it’s up to a sweet lil’ pup to use her magical paintbrush and restore beautiful color into the world. Bust out your paints, colored pencils, and relax your way through one of the kindest games on the market.
Kitaria Fables is an upcoming action RPG with an emphasis on providing optional farming and crafting gameplay. RPGamer had a chance to pick the brain of PQube’s Harrison Lewis, and take the game out for a spin.
Rollers of the Realm: Reunion is a mashup of RPGs and pinball. During PAX Online, RPGamer was given the opportunity to talk to Phantom Compass’ CEO about this upcoming release.
Trapped inside a magic book, the only way out is to deck build. Abrakam Entertainment and Richard Garfield construct a clever roguelike that pushes against genre conventions in some interesting ways.
Peglin is a hybrid of roguelike and pachinko from developer Red Nexus Games. During PAX Online, RPGamer was able to chat with Red Nexus Games’ Dylan Gedig to learn more about the game as well as check out its demo on Steam.
Reina and Jericho is a story-driven metroidvania that follows a woman looking to rescue her partner and escape from a tyrant’s fortress. During PAX Online, RPGamer was given the opportunity to chat to Reclamation Games’ Dave Wightman and check out the game’s demo.