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Clearly inspired by classic RPGs, Sea of Stars uses that inspiration as a foundation for the game. It then quickly turns into something of its own and becomes an excellent modern turn-based RPG.
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Summer has come and gone, but video games were still played and enjoyed. Let’s see what Sam knocked out of her backlog from July to the end of September.
G-Mode and Room6’s OU offers players a curious narrative experience adventure. After going through the game three times, RPGamer’s Michael Baker still isn’t quite sure what to fully make of it but it certainly stuck in his head.
Despite the game’s troubled launch, CD Projekt RED has admirably kept faith with Cyberpunk 2077. That faith bears fine fruit with the release of its Update 2.0 and Phantom Liberty expansion.
The latest action RPG from Koei Tecmo’s Omega Force studio offers a new tale in the Fate franchise. Ahead of the game’s release later this month, RPGamer was able to put some questions to game director Ryota Matsushita about some of the ideas and challenges for the game.
Twisting the existing tale of Pinocchio to its own dark and sordid ends, Lies of P emerges as a worthy newcomer to the Soulslike stage. Turns out there’s a new contender for the crown!
Nexon’s The First Descendant gets an open crossplay beta next week. RPGamer was able to get an early look at the sci-fi co-op shooter RPG and report back on what awaits players.
A good dingus is sweet, yet spacey. Loveable but crazy. Sincere, yet clueless. RPGamer shares a few of their favourite space cases, and we’d love to know who are some of your favourites in the comments below.
The latest title in MAGES Inc.’s Science Adventure series arrives in the west. Anonymous;Code may not quite crack the juggernaut of Steins;Gate, but its combination of science and conspiracy provides a highly engaging near-future sci-fi tale.
The Utawarerumono series spin-off, Monochrome Mobius: Rights and Wrongs Forgotten, arrives on consoles in the west. This turn-based RPG is enjoyable and doesn’t do anything wrong, but also doesn’t make itself particularly memorable.
A decade-old entry in the Rune Factory series receives a port to modern systems. A little bit of spit and polish help an already excellent title shine a bit brighter.
Is Rhapsody III a beautiful gem or a rotted Nyanko corpse? Sam Wachter reviews Rhapsody III, the second title in the Marl Kingdom Chronicles collection, and wishes she had a beer or two to get over the experience.
WrestleQuest’s blend of turn-based RPG, toy box world, and professional wrestling gives it cause to attract interest. Unfortunately, its execution doesn’t really live up to the hype.
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.
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.