Category: Features

Ode to the Overworld

I’m not over the moon for the overworld, but I do love a good one and, like many gamers, prefer titles with one rather than without. It’s a staple of RPGs that shouldn’t be overlooked or underappreciated.

Bruce Nesmith Interview

Bruce Nesmith had a storied career in gaming, writing D&D adventures and then designing games in The Elder Scrolls and Fallout series for Bethesda. Now retired from game design, Bruce talks about some of his favorite works, his career transitions, and about his newly authored books.

Ghostwire: Tokyo Interview

Ahead of Ghostwire: Tokyo’s release this week, RPGamer was able to chat to composer Masatoshi Yanagi. He provides details on the game’s sound design, including its blending of traditional Japanese instruments with modern sounds and how it transported players to a paranormal Tokyo.

RPGamer’s Best of 2021 Awards

Video games made their mark in helping many through another trying year, with the RPG genre providing many excellent offerings. After taking our usual month to fully digest the past year’s releases, RPGamer is proud to present our Best of 2021 awards.

How Modern Pixel-Art RPGs Shine

Gaming nostalgia isn’t a new thing. That said, modernized pixel-art titles aren’t just a blast from the past since many add once-futuristic visuals to the mix, creating a truly unforgettable look and feel.