Ryan Radcliff and his retro Backloggin’ report return to detail the second four month stint of the yearly progress. The Random Retro RPG Wheel has produced countless memories, both fond and embarrassing.
Paul Shkreli is back with a two-for-one update to his backlog. There’s a little bit of something for everyone in this end-of-summer summary.
Anna Marie is back with her eighth Backloggin’ report. Though a little tardy and slim on backlog titles this month, a smidgen of progress was still eked out.
Have you ever felt disappointed when you defeat the final boss and then the true final boss appears? A winning strategy for both developers and players means there must be a clear path to such a plot-twist.
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.
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.
SaGa is a long-standing and unique series. RPGamer was able to put some questions about the series to SaGa creator Akitoshi Kawazu, producer Masanori Ichikawa, and developer Hiroyuki Miura.
The second week of #JRPGJuly is in the books. Let’s see how things are progressing for the RPGamer staff with their chosen games.
The first week of #JRPGJuly is in the books. Let’s see how things are starting out for the RPGamer staff with their chosen games.
Following the release of Legend of Mana’s remaster, RPGamer was given the opportunity to put some questions to series producer Masaru Oyamada. We were able to pick up some insights into the creation of the remaster, as well as the history and future ideas for the series.
June was a busy month for Paul, but he was still able to find some time to cross a few more games off his backlog. This month, he focuses on some obscure Switch ports as well as an Xbox game starring his favorite vampire slayer.
A fan of Final Fantasy ventures on a Dragon Quest and becomes a convert. His problem now is deciding which will be his next slimy adventure.
It’s the sixth Backloggin’ report from Anna Marie. It’s halfway through the years and lofty goals are starting to look attainable.
It’s the most wonderful time of the year! To be a JRPG fan and spreading good cheer! #JRPGJuly is the hap-happiest time, of the year! Welcome to another year of #JRPGJuly, where RPGamer staff will be celebrating the month sharing our love of JRPGs with the community through streams and write-ups.
Trails! SaGa! Dragon Quest, oh my! Sam is back for another three months of backlog slaying. Has she made a huge dent in her epic collection? Or bought a ton of games? Find out in this quarterly installment of Backloggin’ the Year!
After giving ourselves a week to digest everything, some RPGamer staff members have picked out their favourites from Summer Game Fest and E3’s showcases. We hope you enjoy reading about our picks and invite readers to share theirs.
In the month of May, Paul focused on vintage Sailor Moon games. Find out which games are a treat and which ones are a punishment in the name of the moon!