In Outward, one can choose to travel alone or partner up. The hardcore RPG is available now and ready to challenge players, be it in a single or co-op adventures.
This week is an incredibly busy one for new releases, so, for our own sanity more than anything else, we have collected today’s flood of launch trailers into this single article. Final Fantasy VII, Final Fantasy XV: Episode Ardyn, Grimshade, Trails of Cold Steel, Nelke and the Legendary Alchemists, Outward, Path of Exile, The Princess Guide, and Seven: Enhanced Edition are all out now.
“Advance naval battle RPG” Azur Lane: Crosswave has a release date in Japan. The game will be releasing in August with Compile Heart providing plenty of new screenshots.
After nearly two years of tweaking, Tanzia is heading to Steam a finished product. Travel the open world and uncover the mysteries that lead to the protagonist’s grandfather’s disappearance.
1C Entertainment and RuneHeads have announced new title Conglomerate 451. The cyberpunk dungeon-crawler combines its traditional grid-based combat with XCOM-style squad management.
RPGamer’s ad hoc Kickstarter Check-In feature returns for a look at another ongoing crowdfunding campaign. This edition takes a look at visual novel/RPG hybrid Chromatose.
With only a thirteen-day lifespan, the eight survivors will need to uncover the mysteries of Garage Island quickly. Luckily they can be cloned, which helps, since in Zanki Zero, death is everywhere.
A new tease for P5R reveals the title Persona 5: The Royal. Anyone hoping for further details will to wait another month, though there is a hint at a potential new character.
This week’s RPGamer Round-Up includes an Etrian Odyssey Nexus review, a new feature, and a visit to Adventure Corner. On the news front, there is a crossover between The Legend of Zelda and Crypt of the NecroDancer, more Final Fantasy XIV: Shadowbringers reveals, and a new Vampire: The Masquerade RPG.
A slightly smaller show doesn’t mean any less action, news, or hilariously questionable jibes for this week’s RPGCast. We learn we cannot, in fact, git...
Final Fantasy XIV’s Tokyo Fan Fest is underway, and like previous Fan Fest there was a keynote presentation to open it. Naoki Yoshida provided yet more reveals on Shadowbringers, including the setting for the expansion, plus another new job and playable race.
Spike Chunsoft has announced it will be bringing FuRyu’s action RPG Crystar to North America and Europe. RPGamers will be tasked with following the devil’s instructions in limbo this August.
Included among the announcements at Epic Games’ GDC keynote presentation was the news that The Outer Worlds’ PC version is coming to the Epic Games Store. Otter stores will still get the game, but it will take a year to reach them.
Wizard of Legend’s Sky Palace update is now available on all of its platforms. Players can now venture through the Sky Palace, meet a new Magic Council member, and check out various new skills and items.
Sega has allayed fears that the recent suspension of sales of Judgment will affect the game’s western release. The game is still planned to release on its original June date, though a character is being altered.
Open-world adventure RPG Pine is coming to Nintendo Switch. The Switch version of game, which sees tribes of species competing over an island’s limited resources, will launch alongside its PC, Mac, and Linux versions in August.
After fifteen years, a sequel to the cult classic Vampire: The Masquerade – Bloodlines has been announced. Though, for a vampire, fifteen years isn’t much time at all.
Sega and Ryu ga Gotoku Studio have confirmed that a new Yakuza title is in the works. The game will star Yakuza Online’s Ichiban Kasuga, with the developer currently auditioning for his partner.
Chocobo’s Mystery Dungeon: Every Buddy!, the enhanced version of Wii title Final Fantasy Fables: Chocobo’s Dungeon, is out now worldwide. Its release comes with a new launch trailer introducing Cid and his trusty partner.
This week features new arrivals Chocobo’s Mystery Dungeon: Every Buddy! and War Theatre. Meanwhile, there are plenty of new sales, particularly on the PlayStation Store in both North America and Europe.