In this edition of the Adventure Corner we romance the sons of famous detectives in London Detective Mysteria. Who did Sam Wachter romance in her first playthrough? Let’s find out.
Category: Impressions & Editorials
While looking cheap and unpolished, perhaps there is something decent to be found in the indie dungeon crawler Crimson Keep. Will that hope hold true? Let’s find out.
For its 20th Anniversary special, Gust’s Atelier series provides something which, while a little different, still hews close to the things that made it all great in the first place.
Over six months had passed since Nintendo revealed any information on the forthcoming Fire Emblem: Three Houses. It will take another five months for the game to finally hit the Switch, so a pair of staffers have fun analyzing the latest trailer.
In this edition of Adventure Corner, Joshua dives into the Iranian revolution via 1979 Revolution: Black Friday. This Telltale-inspired title marks a unique instance of a game providing context and clarity to historical events.
Amnesia: The Dark Descent dared us to look our worst nightmares in the face and keep a grip on our sanity. With Soma, Frictional Games instead turns a dark mirror inwards, this time making us ponder our very sense of humanity.
Welcome to the Funplex, where all your dreams come true. This eight-episode romp is going to give you all the feelings, so make sure you have your quarters ready.
Michael Baker takes a look at the newest adventure-RPG from Himalaya Studios. Given his experiences with the genre, will he… Hey! He likes it! Hey, Mikey!
Sam Wachter is playing through her Steam backlog and sharing some gems along the way. One of the first games she completed this year released back in 2016. Kathy Rain: A Detective is Born is a Twin Peaks inspired point and click adventure game that is sure to twist some heads.
Does the latest Etrian Odyssey’s blend of eight games worth of innovation make a worthy swan song to the long-running 3DS series? RPGamer takes an early look at Etrian Odyssey Nexus.
With Xenon Valkyrie+ now out on the Nintendo Switch, RPGamer is going to give this bite-sized rogue-lite indie adventure a closer look.
I took a journey to sadtown while playing She Dreams Elsewhere. However, is there hope for Thalia to get out of her own head? We’ll find out when the game releases in 2019.
Adventure Corner returns, providing impressions and pseudo-reviews for games that don’t fall under our regular coverage. Today, we dive to the role of an Earth Defense Force (EDF) recruit, sworn to protect the earth from aliens and monsters.
Empathy and kindness are now needed more than ever, especially in tough times. Stardew Valley reminds us with ease how important and necessary empathy is in our day to day lives.
Josh hasn’t completely forgotten about his PSP Backlog Quest. This time he tackles a pair of imported Falcom games that might be of interest to fans of the Trails series.
Remember good old-fashioned Choose-Your-Own-Adventure books? The Ballad Singer simplifies the formula to pure read-and-click, but hides it behind a solid presentation and four main character arcs to explore.
EGLX Toronto has a lot offer a certain kind of gamer, but for the very patient RPGaming-type Nintendo was showing off a playable take on the newest Pokémon title. Was it Worth Going? Scott Wachter explains if so.
In RPGs, there are often two distinct yet important parts: a story to entertain and gameplay mechanics to engage the player. Octopath Traveler has Joshua questioning just how much he values those individual parts.
Dark Souls smashed the player-friendly conventions of the day and brought an old-school style difficulty approach to the masses. Now, the original returns in refined form on the portable-friendly Nintendo Switch.
In this installment of RPGamer’s Adventure Corner, Joshua Carpenter plays the highly regarded 428: Shibuya Scramble. Can he manage the fates of five disparate people to solve a kidnapping?