Rainbow Billy: Curse of the Leviathan is an adventure RPG that sees players attempting to bring color back to the World of Imagination. RPGamer was able to interview developer ManaVoid Entertainment’s CEO Chris Chancey about the creation of the game and the ideas behind it.
Another year has come and gone, and it won’t be long until the RPG release flood begins anew. The RPGamer staff has picked out some of the titles they are most excited for in 2022 and beyond.
In this final Backloggin’ of the Year column, Sam wraps up her year in gaming. Did she stick to most of her goals? Or did she throw them out the window?
Anna Marie is back with her final Backloggin’ report for the year. Also, she has continued respect for all the news staff who have to write daily blurbs.
RPGamer’s Where to Start? feature returns to provide a guide for those looking to get into certain RPG series. This time out we provide some insights on Nihon Falcom’s The Legend of Heroes, in particular the Trails/Kiseki titles.
A role-playing game can absolutely win Game of the Year at The Game Awards. Doing so ensures outstanding prestige, which promotes the overall value of this rich and rewarding genre.
How did players enjoy RPGs long ago with 2D sprites and few colors? The magic spell that bedazzles RPGamers might be more than meets the eye.
Indie RPGs have come a long way, and continue to flourish in unique and exciting ways. In this feature, the RPGamer staff members share some of their favorite gems from the past to the present.
Bitmap Books has released a their largest book to date. This dedicated tome is tailor-made for those who love the JRPG, and provides an exhaustive overview of the genre, from the essential to the obscure.
Paul Shkreli returns with another Backlog update. This time, he discusses a sci-fi RPG from 1998 and gets his hands on another fat PlayStation 3.
Anna Marie is back with her tenth Backloggin’ report. Wait, still no backlog busting was to be had? Shame, shame, shame!
When level grinding in an RPG grinds players to the ground, they shouldn’t beat themselves up for feeling beat down. Players should know it’s okay to not finish a game and that the five-hour rule can help start one that may otherwise seem risky.
Quarter 3 proves to be the worst one yet for Pascal’s backlog adventure this year. Balancing work and home life can be tough, but YouTube content creators have turned into the biggest threats to his gaming time.
Life is like a package of supermarket sushi. You might know what you’d like to get, but there will always be that one item in the corner of the box that you just don’t like. Will it be eel? Fish eggs? Eggplant? When the right ingredients come together, most anything is possible, even if we don’t have to like the results.
Hot girl summer may be over, but rowdy road trip fall is hot on its heels. Get in the Car, Loser! rips down the eternal highway with a story of queer friendship and punching the Machine Devil in his stupid face. We talk to Love Conquers All Games’ Christine Love about inspiration, fashion, and the rules of the road.
Anna Marie is back with her ninth Backloggin’ report. Wait, no backlog busting was to be had? Shame, shame!
The last three months have mostly felt fulfilling. July and August were spent using the weekends to go on a variety of mini-trips across Ontario....
Upcoming Pokémon Legends: Arceus is set to showcase the series’ first fully open-world game. Will the pivot be fraught with peril or full of potential?
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.