In this time of darkness, disease, and uncertainty, many people need a game to lighten the soul, show them a spot of happiness, and generally be a bright and positive thing. This is not that game. But for those who like their fantasy to be dark, grisly, and macabre, we may have the game for you here.
The move from the 3DS to the Switch seems like it’s going to be a win for the Bravely Default series. The new demo quickly confirms one thing: Bravely Default II is basically Bravely Default, but prettier.
Michael Apps was able to check out a Trials of Mana demo back at PAX East. He is now able to share his thoughts on what he saw.
The Phantom Thieves are back for more in Persona 5 Royal at the end of the month. Though a review wasn’t able to be completed in time, we have plenty of thoughts from the first half of the game.
With Trails of Cold Steel III releasing on PC and Switch this Spring, we talked with Ruud van de Moosdijk and Peter “Durante” Thoman about the creation those ports. We delve deeply into Peter’s obsession with variable penumbra shadows, and Ruud’s fondness for textured triangles.
What if you mixed Junji Ito, H.P. Lovecraft, and an RPG from the 1980s? It would probably look like the surprisingly graphic World of Horror.
With a change from two screens to one, Rune Factory 4 Special releases in two weeks on the Nintendo Switch. If early gameplay is any indication, it’s an excellent upgrade.
For most games, ‘Happily Ever After’ is the end of the story. For this one, it’s the whole point of the experience. But will it truly be a ‘happy’ ending, or will the hero expire first?
Sam Wachter has spent nearly fifty hours of Doraemon Story of Seasons and hasn’t completed it. Did her journey with Doraemon and friends take a wrong turn? Find out in our impression.
Arboria is an action roguelite from All in! Games and Dreamplant coming to PC via Steam next year. RPGamer was given the opportunity to check out a brief demo for the title.
Fort Triumph is a strategy RPG that combines elements of XCOM and Heroes of Might and Magic. RPGamer had the opportunity to try out a demo version of the game, which is currently available on Steam Early Access.
The Vale, Falling Squirrel’s first title, is a non-visual game with a blind protagonist. RPGamer’s Zach Welhouse sat down with Falling Squirrel’s Dave Evans and Jamie Roboz to try the demo and learn more.
Whatboy Games’ Trials of Fire is a tactical deck-builder with ratling alchemists, shouty warlords, and pointy witches — to say nothing of the villains. Remember to stay hydrated; fatigue is no good for anyone.
Indivisible is just a few weeks away from launch on PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One. RPGamer’s Zach Welhouse was able to join Ajna and her allies for a bit of platforming and combat at this year’s PAX West.
There’s no need to adjust your monitor. Cosmic terror and body horror are coming. Welcome to your doom: World of Horror.
After some years in development, Sakuna: Of Rice and Ruin is at last getting close to release. RPGamer’s David McBurney was able to check out the game’s combat at this year’s PAX West.
After being woken from his underground slumber, Skellboy is arriving on Nintendo Switch this December, before heading to PC, Mac, and Linux next year. RPGamer’s David McBurney was able to try some body part swapping with the heroic skeleton at this year’s PAX West.
Alluris imagines a fantasy world where all complicated decisions can be broken down into one fundamental question: swipe right or left? Zach Welhouse swiped the chance the play the game at this year’s PAX West.
Zach wouldn’t last one minute in New Koza, what with the guns, double-crossing, and loud music. It’s a good thing Playism is producing a game that lets him live vicariously.
Pixel artist Picogram and tunesmith Graham Nesbitt team up to create a world where you will believe a grape can be a hero. Zach Welhouse confirms this tough lil’ fruit won’t cry when he gets hurt — he won’t even let out a little whine.