July is over so it’s time for the last JRPG July update. This week Final Fantasy XV, Tokyo Xanadu, Zwei, Octopath Traveler, and Radiant Historia get their final due from our writers.
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July is passing quickly, so it’s already time for week 3 of #JRPGJuly. Octopath Traveler has enthralled a few of our writers, while Shining Resonance and Radiant Historia captured the others’ attention this week.
Welcome to our Week 2 update, as RPGamer staff continue their way through JRPG bliss. Some manage to make progress, while one gets a bit too fixated on owning a monster truck.
In her late June update, Sam Wachter discusses why life hates her, and how she finally beat Okage: The Shadow King. Stan would be so proud!
The first week of #JRPGJuly is a wrap! Let’s see how the RPGamer staff progressed in their chosen RPGs.
On this episode of PSP Backlog Quest: Sakura Taisen, a port of the classic Saturn RPG. Can Josh overcome a troubled fan translation to play one of the craziest premises in gaming?
It’s time for #JRPGJuly again and the RPGamer staff are back playing a whole host of different games for the occasion. Join in the discussion all month long. So what JRPGs are you playing?
For the month of June, I chose to dive into Icewind Dale: Enhanced Edition. I feel many perceive this game as the bastard step brother of that supposedly superior sibling, Baldur’s Gate. However, I honestly enjoyed this one a bit more. Read on to find out why!
E3 has been in the books for nearly a week now. That’s enough time for our staff to collect their thoughts and pick out some of their personal highlights from the event.
After E3 2018 dropped a handful of new RPGs for Switch, we thought it might be a good time to look at some of the games coming to the platform. Here’s a brief glance at twenty RPGs hitting the system within the next year.
With the end of the Virtual Console brand, what does the future of retro games look like on the Switch? If Nintendo follows in Sony’s footsteps, it doesn’t bode well for fans of niche titles.
Salutations! As one of two hosts of RPG Backtrack, I’m constantly looking for old school experiences and challenges to take on to share with our listening audience. Join me as I share my experiences and thoughts on my latest old-school exploits!
In this delayed update, Sam Wachter discusses how April nearly killed her and how raiding tombs and dating all the boys saved her life. Read on in April’s Backloggin’ the Year!
The Fire Emblem series has gone from near death to massive success over the course of the last generation. Cassandra and Josh take an in-depth look at the recent entries that revived the franchise and ruminate on the series’ future on the Switch.
RPGs have been providing more than their fair share of memorable moments for many years now. As part of celebrating both RPGamer’s new site and twentieth anniversary, we took a look back at some of the unforgettable events and sequences that they have provided throughout that time, and would also like to hear those of our readers.
March was productive both gaming and life-wise. Let’s find out how Sam did in terms of knocking more titles out of her ever growing backlog.
In this month’s installment of Backloggin’ the Year, Sam makes zero progress on Final Fantasy X. However, she scored supreme makeouts in Life is Strange: Before the Storm.
For the first installment of Josh’s PSP Backlog Quest, he tackles Final Fantasy Tactics. Truly a beloved classic that nonetheless causes headaches for first time players.
Trying to clear out your gaming backlog can be a noble, but trying goal. During 2018, Sam Wachter is going to update you on the progress of her backloggin’ experience.
With a new year comes new resolutions. 2018 will start with working down the PSP backlog and some other gaming goals.