Sinner: Sacrifice for Redemption offers some interesting ideas, as it focuses entirely on boss battles and the idea of hindering its hero rather than seeing them grow. It’s certainly one for those who like a challenge, but likely not for anyone else.
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A modern Earth and a mythological Earth collide in this new fantasy, cyberpunk online game. Players finally get the chance to play the boss and take on the heroes.
Please enjoy this round up of RPGamer’s Tokyo Game Show content. We hope you had fun reading our impressions and partaking in the sights of the show floor.
Fan Expo 2018 had some unique games on the floor for RPGamers. This time, Scott tackles Kingdom Hearts III and offers his thoughts about the long running franchise.
Scott Wachter had the chance to check out Assassin’s Creed Odyssey before it’s release this Friday. Here are his thoughts on what’s to come.
Mike Apps begged me to go check out Yo-kai Watch 4, and I am here to tell him that it is wonderful. Thank you for yelling at me to check it out, Mike!
I waited two hours in line to play the new Persona game. Was it worth the wait? Find out in my TGS impression.
Sam Wachter hasn’t been feeling the Atelier series as of late. Did Nelke and the Legendary Alchemists change her mind? Find out in our impression.
Sam and Scott were shuffled into the Sega Booth and forced to play an upgraded version of a game from 2012. It was…. something, to say the least.
Scott Wachter had the chance to check out Yakuza Team’s newest baby on the TGS Floor. Sam Wachter did not, and she is still very bitter about this.
Scott Wachter had the chance to check out the latest in the Inazuma Eleven franchise. What he learned playing Ares is that he clearly needs a Nintendo Switch.
With both Final Fantasy VII and IX announced for Switch during the Nintendo Direct, many are asking why Final Fantasy VIII was left out. The game’s odd graphical position between those games is likely a significant reason.
Bandai Namco releases its first MMORPG on Xbox One next year. RPGamer got the chance to see Bless Unleashed at PAX West
Wasteland 2 is now available on Nintendo Switch. Its Director’s Cut has been available on console for a few years now, but there’s a lot to appreciate about being able to play it on Nintendo’s hybrid system.
In this installment, Sam Wachter plays a horror visual novel called Distress, and recognizes that she wants to rewatch Strange Days. Given she isn’t a fan of horror, why does she do these things to herself?
RPGamer’s Adventure Corner returns to take a look at another title not usually within our coverage but of potential interest to readers. This edition looks at Zero Escape creator Kataro Uchikoshi’s Punch Line, an adventure visual novel that originally started out as an anime series.
City of the Shroud is an episodic title where player decisions will influence the direction of the game. At the moment, however, the core of the game makes it a bit difficult to stick with for the time needed for those influences to be felt.
In the heavy, grim, metal, dark future of humanity, the only thing a guy can trust is his tank. So get the sand out of those treads and apply it to yourself, because you’ll need all the grit you can muster to survive.
Phantom Doctrine, a strategic espionage RPG set during the Cold War, is out today on PC and PlayStation 4. Our reviewer checks in to report on how the mission to unravel a global conspiracy is progressing.
The chibified casts of the last three Persona games are joining forces for some more Etrian Odyssey-style dungeon crawling in Persona Q2. But will it repeat the missteps of its lengthy predecessor?