With Xenon Valkyrie+ now out on the Nintendo Switch, RPGamer is going to give this bite-sized rogue-lite indie adventure a closer look.
Category: Impressions & Editorials
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?
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.
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.