No Place for Bravery is a game full of challenges, this is a game shaping up to be difficult yet rewarding. A new GDC demo let RPGamer check out some new enemies and traps.
Quest for Infamy is part of a growing line of console ports for point-and-click style titles. Unfortunately, it isn’t a very impressive example of the genre.
Ghostwire: Tokyo takes players to a metropolis where the people have suddenly disappeared, replaced by fog and the Visitors. RPGamer was able to get some hands-on time with the first couple of chapters ahead of its launch next week.
Demeo: PC Edition is bringing the VR tabletop experience to a larger set of potential players. RPGamer was able to join developer Resolution Games and check out a brief demo.
RPGamer recently got a couple hours of hands-on time with Rune Factory 5. Marvelous does a great job faithfully reviving the series while making some small improvements along the way.
It’s been seven years since Sophie Neuenmuller had a chance to shine in a game of her own. What is a plucky alchemist to do? Clean out the cauldron, polish the tools, and devise improvements to the formula, of course.
Almost a month ahead of its release, Monark has a demo. FuRyu and Lancarse’s game initially looks strong in many aspects, though comparisons to Shin Megami Tensei do it a disservice.
RPGamer was given the chance to try out the Early Access version of Blacksmith Legends. The RPG includes a considerable number of mechanics that allow it to go beyond a simple crafting sim.
ELEX II looks to continue the story of a post-apocalyptic world facing all-new dangers. But will this sequel be a good jumping-on point for new players?
Sacred Fire has many layers to make it a mentally engrossing game. Story enthusiasts looking for their next adventure take a look within.
Director Hiroyuki Ito returns with the release of Dungeon Encounters. Underneath a simple graphical presentation lies a dense network of gameplay systems which are surprisingly compelling.
A demo is now available for the PC version of Monster Hunter Rise ahead of its release in January. RPGamer’s Phil Willis was able to try out a little ahead of time.
Final Fantasy XIV gets its fourth major expansion very soon. RPGamer was given the opportunity to check out parts of Endwalker before players can fully dive into it in November.
Gust’s Blue Reflection gets its Second Light this November. RPGamer was given the opportunity to try out the game’s prologue and first chapter.
Fantasian continues to impress in part two, expanding its world travel, battle mechanics, and character abilities as the story unfurls. The game is great on mobile, yet a release on PC and consoles would be even greater so more gamers can experience the wonderful title.
Labrador Games’ Live By The Sword: Tactics promises political intrigue and tactical delights against a backdrop of fantasy world warfare. RPGamer was able to try out its Steam Early Access version to see how delivery of that is coming along.
With Death Trash entering Early Access, RPGamer takes a look at how the game is shaping up. There’s a lot to enjoy with the game’s combat and storytelling, despite some hiccups with controls and storage space.
Over a decade since the last release, the Disciples series is making its return. RPGamer was given the opportunity to watch a brief demo of the game and check out a few hours of a recent closed beta build.
RPGamer had the opportunity to test Broken Ranks and chat with Whitemoon Games during PAX Online. This free-to-play MMORPG has an innovative battle system and a noticeable focus on story.
As part of PAX Online, RPGamer was given the opportunity to talk to the founder of D20Studios about Summoners Fate and sample a demo. This deck-builder offers novel ways of controlling a party and promotes creativity.