Compile Heart’s VVVtunia is coming west under the title Neptunia Virtual Stars. The game, which sees the Goddesses of Gamindustri team up with VTubers, will launch on PS4 next year.
Compile Heart has pushed back the release of Mary Skelter Finale in Japan. The game will now launch in October.
A new trailer for Sword Art Online: Alicization Lycoris shows show character customisation and socialisation with NPCs. The game is set to launch this July.
This week’s releases features a couple of space-y titles as The Outer Worlds hits Switch, while Depth of Extinction arrives on Xbox One and Switch. Some new and current sales are also available.
Grinding Gear Games’ newest expansion for Path of Exile hits this month. Harvest looks to change up the game’s usual reward system by giving players the chance to craft their own powerful items, while doing a spot of gardening.
The Pokémon Company provided a release date for the first part of Pokémon Sword and Shield’s Expansion Pass. It also provided new details about what players will find on the Isle of Armor this month, as well as in the Crown Tundra later in the year.
A trailer for the new Yo-kai Watch game is now available. Yo-kai Watch Jam: Yo-kai Academy Y – Waiwai Gakuen Seikatsu is heading to Japan this summer.
Koei Tecmo put in an appearance at the Cloud Matsuri online convention to showcase Gust’s Fairy Tail. It brought over twenty minutes of gameplay from the upcoming title.
Idea Factory International has narrowed down Death end re;Quest 2’s western release window to this summer. The publisher also released the game’s opening movie.
Wasteland 3’s ongoing developer diaries have moved on to player choice and consequence. For examples of the ways the game will react to the player, look no further.
Echodog Games has released a free prologue for its narrative deck-building card game Signs of the Sojourner. Those who enjoy the prologue can pick up the full game right away.
Chibig has provided a release date for its farming adventure RPG Summer in Mara. The game will launch on PC, Mac, and Switch in just a couple of weeks.
Nihon Falcom released a new trailer for its newest Legend of Heroes title, Hajimari no Kiseki. The video shows many of the characters appearing in the game, which hits Japan this August.
A busier week rounds off May on RPGamer with a review for Bug Fables, a new video review, a Phantasy Star Online 2-focused editorial, and RPG Elements column. Meanwhile, the news features a summary of the Wholesome Direct, new announcements for a Dragon quest spin-off, and a Crystal Chornicles release date.
The Revenant Prince is a throwback RPG that sees players take on the role of a prince who is able to control time. The game is coming to PC sometime this summer.
Take on the role of the Necromancer and raise your slain foes to join your ranks as reanimated corpses. The Unliving is an action RPG featuring roguelite and real-time strategy gameplay.
Things are looking grim: we get thrown out cars, assassinated for our kingdoms, drowned underwater, and struck out. If you’re scratching your head, don’t worry! Everything will make sense once you listen to this week’s podcast.
The wait for Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles Remastered Edition now has a definitive light at the end of its tunnel. Players can get in on the multiplayer co-op RPG starting in late August.
The Dark Eye: Book of Heroes is releasing in just a couple of weeks. What better place to start your journey in Aventuria than the Black Boar, its most famous inn?
After running for nearly six years, Mistwalker’s Terra Battle is shutting down service in June. The studio is currently working on Apple Arcade title Fantasian.