A busier editorial week includes new reviews for Lost Judgment, Gloomhaven, Phantom Brave, and The Amazing American Circus. On top of that, we were also able to get early looks at Final Fantasy XIV: Endwalker and the PC demo for Monster Hunter Rise.
Bandai Namco unveiled the first DLC pack for Super Robot Wars 30. The pack will release in November and see the Sakura Wars series appear for the first time.
Disciples: Liberation received a new developer diary video ahead of its release next week. The video introduces one of the game’s companions as well as its primary antagonist.
It’s a quiet news week before the big push of releases before the holiday gaming rush. Chris invites hate mail for his crazy views on Final Fantasy VII and Mario 64. Kelley discovers her friendship isn’t worth an iPad. And Anna Marie wants easy modes to actually be easy. Is that too much to ask? Wait…it IS a bunny!
The latest title from Final Fantasy’s ATB creator Hiroyuki Ito is out now. Dungeon Encounters is available worldwide on PC, PS4, and Switch.
Starlight Alliance is now out digitally on PC and Switch. The third-person action RPG from origamihero games follows Lea and Cyris on a future Earth where humans and aliens live in sky cities above the inhospitable surface.
Developer Novarama details the world of action RPG Killquad with an opening cinematic. Players will be able to face off against hordes of enemies solo or with friends next week.
Grinding Gear Games announced its latest expansion to Path of Exile. Scourge takes players into an apocalyptic alternate version of Wraeclast to find demons.
Larian Studios held a new Panel from Hell for Baldur’s Gate III. The developer unveiled the game’s next Early Access patch, which adds the Sorcerer class and Grymforge region.
Iceberg Interactive and LuGus Studios’ Midnight Protocol is out now. The keyboard-only hacking RPG is available on PC, Mac, and Linux.
This week’s new releases feature Square Enix’s Dungeon Encounters as well as Midnight Protocol, Monster Crown, Starlight Alliance, and The Riftbreaker. Meanwhile, Disco Elysium, Harvest Moon: One World, and Tears of Avia make their way onto new platforms.
Critical Games’ retro RPG 8-Bit Adventures 2 is heading to consoles. The console versions will launch alongside the PC version and are being developed by Ratalaika Games.
Eidos Montreal and Square Enix couldn’t wait to show Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy’s launch trailer, so they’re doing it now. Even if it means the game is still over a week away.
NIS America announced Monark will be arriving in the west in February. The reveal comes with a new antagonist-focused trailer.
The Chapter Zero version of Book of Travels is now available on Steam. The tiny multiplayer online RPG is expected to spend a couple of years in Early Access before its full retail release.
RPGamer has another monster taming RPG available to them. Monster Crown has fully released for PC and Switch, with PS4 and Xbox One versions to follow in early November.
RPGamers on Mac and Linux can now play the Early Access version of Black Geyser: Couriers of Darkness. The cRPG is expect to fully launch early next year.
The Neptunia and Senran Kagura crossover is releasing in North America and Europe this month. To gear players up, Idea Factory International released its opening movie and some combat screenshots.
KEMCO announced a release date for RPGolf Legends. The action RPG will release on PC and consoles in January.
This week’s RPGamer content includes a new review for Kena: Bridge of Spirits and an interview with Get in the Car, Loser! developer Love Conquers All Games’ Christine Love. We also have an Adventure Corner for The Forgotten City, plus all of the latest RPG news.