A broken arm allowed for some solid gaming time throughout the months of April to June. How many games did Sam knock out of her backlog? Read and find out!
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.
Drattzy Games’s turn-based RPG Alterium Shift is making its debut on Steam Early Access for PC, Mac, and Linux this week. RPGamer was given the opportunity to interview its two-man development team and find out more about the game.
We kick off another #JRPGJuly, our month-long community game-along! The RPGamer staff tells us what they are planning to play for the month-long celebration of all things JRPG.
Miasma Chronicles is the most recent tactical RPG from The Bearded Ladies. Game Director Lee Varley answered some questions about the game, its systems, and how it builds upon the formula established with previous releases.
Although there was no E3, June still provided lots of game announcements to get RPGamers eager for what lies in store. The RPGamer staff picked out a good number of their highlights from the various presentations and reveals.
Outerloop Games’s debut title Thirsty Suitors features turn-based combat, skateboarding, and cooking. RPGamer was able to ask Chandana “Eka” Ekanayake and Aung Zaw Oo about some of the game’s ideas and its creation.
Dust off that disco suit, because we’re going back to 1989. RPG Backtrack returns to Kamurocho this week in Yakuza 0 with Josh, Sam, Ryan M., and Pascal.
Monolith Soft released its promised story DLC for Xenoblade Chronicles 3. Future Redeemed provides another excellently-executed experience that places a final cap on the trilogy.
With the recent releases of The Legend of Heroes: Trails from Zero and Trails to Azure, western RPGamers are finally able to experience the full story of Crossbell. Nihon Falcom’s examinations of the city state’s challenges makes it one the standout RPG settings.
Jon Jansen was at PAX East on Saturday to check out some upcoming games. Here are his quick thoughts and notes a potential sleeper hit of 2023.
It’s a new year of backlog busting, and this gal has some big goals! January to March offered an interesting variety of completed titles, but were they good? Let’s find out.
What better way to honor St. Patrick’s Day than by rounding up a list of who we think are some of the luckiest characters in RPGs! Grab your dice and sit at the table with some of the luckiest names in gaming.
Atelier Ryza 3: Alchemist of the End & the Secret Key, the latest entry in Gust’s Atelier series launches this week. RPGamer was able to put some questions to Junzo Hosoi, Head of Gust, about the game.
The Fire Emblem series has been around for thirty-three years. With seventeen core entries and five spinoffs, there is so much ground to cover in this edition of Where to Start.
Tales of Symphonia Remastered launches this week, giving it the opportunity to draw new fans and giving veterans the chance to appreciate it all over again. Alex takes a fond look back at how it was a key part of forming his interest in the genre.
2022 provided us with another packed full of quality RPGs of nearly all shapes and sizes. After taking our traditional month off to digest as much as possible, we’re proud to reveal the RPGamer Best of 2022 Awards.
Before 2023 gets too far along, Josh takes a look back at some of his favorite gaming things from last year. While 2022 gave us a great new portable system and lots of good RPGs, Metal Max Xeno came out again so it wasn’t all sunshine and roses.
Happy New Year! It’s time to wrap up the last chunk of games Sam played for Backloggin’ the Year. Check out if she completed her personal challenges and which games for the Fall months were her favourites.
Cygnus Enterprises is an action RPG with base building elements currently in Steam Early Access. RPGamer was able to interview the developers about the game and future content plans.