In the city of eternal twilight, the most important person is the coffee-slinging barista. Whether it’s the magic of cards or the chemistry of caffeination, Affogato’s out to save the city, one latte at a time.
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Side adventures are a staple of RPGs. The RPGamer staff share some of their most memorable side quests, and we hope you’ll share some of yours in the comments.
Chinese RPG series Xuan-Yuan Sword is back on western shores with a throwback release from its storied back catalogue. Sometimes a blast from the past can be a good thing. This is not one of those times.
For the first time ever, Marl Kingdom II and III have been released in English. Sam Wachter reviews Rhapsody II: Ballad of the Little Princess, and found it to be a somewhat enchanting experience.
Gunfire Games returns to the world of Remnant with exactly the kind of sequel a fan of the first game would want. Now if only it could get storytelling up to the same quality.
As it approaches twenty years, Type-Moon’s Fate franchise is getting an action RPG from Koei Tecmo’s Omega Force studio. RPGamer was able to play a preview build featuring four hours of gameplay from its prologue and opening chapter.
It’s a tough world out there, and crimes need to be committed to pay the bills. Join Penny and their cyberkitty, Gibson, as they spread love and do crimes.
In a genre of gaming often dominated by Japanese productions, it’s a different experience to play a product that is indisputably, 100% messed-up Americana. Truly, there is nothing like it, for better or for worse.
Atelier Marie Remake: The Alchemist of Salsburg revisits the classic game that spawned the popular Atelier series, in English for the first time. Series veterans and newcomers alike can find something to appreciate in this charming refresh.
Did anyone have musicals in their role-playing games on their 2023 bingo card? Summerfall Studios wants you to rock out to its new musical roleplaying adventure, Stray Gods.
Biryani, dosas, and puttu rockets, oh my! In this Adventure Corner, players will be cooking up a storm in the heartfelt narrative adventure, Venba.
Fantasy life-sim MMO Palia has begun its closed beta on PC. RPGamer was able to check out the game for a few hours ahead of time.
It’s been a long road for Ryza and her friends, but all good times must come to their eventual end. This capstone to a trilogy is as good a spot to finish up as anyone could hope for.
Sidequests can serve many different functions in RPGs. In this editorial, we look at how Final Fantasy XVI and Xenoblade Chronicles 3’s offerings keep the worldbuilding going while the main plot charges on ahead.
We have come 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.
Arcadian Atlas weaves a treacherous and intriguing tale about a dysfunctional royal family in the Kingdom of Arcadia. Its simplistic and familiar tactical turn-based combat and a narrative focus with character development makes this indie title a decently enchanting experience.
#JRPGJuly has reached week 3. Let’s see how things are going for the RPGamer staff.
Tyrion Cuthbert: Attorney of the Arcane doesn’t bother to try very hard to dispel its obvious inspirations. Nevertheless, the fantasy take on Ace Attorney delivers an enjoyable experience.
Once upon a time, brave prince Redgi set out on a quest to save his kingdom and free his subjects. Join us for an adventure featuring rats, frogs, and one very familiar narrator.
Get ready to jump into the past as old-school wrestling smashes full speed into a fantasy world with WrestleQuest. Will the result be a slobberknocker, or is it just a jobber to the stars looking up at the lights?