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Zoria: Age of Shattering Preview

Tiny Trinket Games and Anshar Publishing are releasing Zoria: Age of Shattering on Steam next month. RPGamer was able to learn about the game and it’s intention to provide a faster-paced experience than most cRPGs.

Granblue Fantasy: Relink Review

A mobile game turned fighting game and now an action RPG, Granblue Fantasy: Relink takes Gran and his crew on another epic adventure. Thrilling cutscenes, narrative, and action packed combat make this a wonderful, albeit short, experience.

Warhammer 40,000: Rogue Trader Review

Owlcat Games tries to pull off another engrossing CRPG that encapsulates a beloved tabletop universe. Does Warhammer 40,000: Rogue Trader’s deep world-building and story-telling do enough to override the multitude of bugs that plague it?

RPGamer’s Best of 2023 Awards

2023 wasn’t necessarily plain sailing for the industry, but there’s no denying it was another year packed with stellar RPGs. After taking our usual time to digest the past year’s releases, RPGamer is proud to present our Best of 2023 awards.

Atlas Wept Review

Atlas Wept is a retro-styled humanist adventure bringing a few twists to some classic RPG gameplay. Its dozen hours provide a touching story and worthwhile overall experience.

Crymachina Review

Crymachina Review

Crymachina is at its best when the focus is solely on the relationships between its characters, but convoluted story and systems lessen its emotional impact. Add in excessive grinding and dull presentation and it makes this sci-fi action RPG tough to recommend.

Sovereign Syndicate Deep Look

Once within a city dreary, soot-filled, steam-bound, and quite weary, did three trudge the cobblestones. What fate of card shall bring them toward the truth of mystery and thus reward, or leave them scattered amidst the bones?

The Inquisitor Preview

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.

My Time at Sandrock Review

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.