The newest version of the first Neptunia game is out now in North America. Neptunia ReVerse is available in the region on PS5, with its European release following tomorrow.
Doug Cockle has put his voice to a new trailer for Sacred Fire. Iceberg Interactive and Poetic Studio also revealed the game is coming to Steam Early Access this fall, with a demo available next week.
Sword of the Necromancer is getting some new, free DLC this month. The update includes three new game modes, plus new monsters and bosses.
The new tactical RPG Zodiac Legion was announced as part of the Guerilla Collective showcase. While the game is still a while out, a demo is planned for an October release.
All in! Games released a story trailer for survival horror RPG Chernobylite. The game is set around the real-life Chernobyl incident and is scheduled to release in the summer.
Dear Villagers and Midgar Studio’s Edge of Eternity has at last been fully released on PC. Console versions will arrive later this year.
The launch of Monster Harvest has been pushed back a bit further. The game will now launch on PC and consoles in August.
My Time at Portia’s mobile version has a release date. Players can explore the town of Portia with full touchscreen support and other quality-of-life improvements this August.
A Wizardry title first released in Japan in 2006 is coming to western shores for the first time as Wizardry: The Five Ordeals. The game will be available on Steam Early Access beginning next week, though without English language support at the moment.
Developer Gambrinous announced a remaster of turn-based dungeon-crawler Guild of Dungeoneering. The game’s Ultimate Edition will include all of the base game and its DLC, plus additional content.
Team Earth Wars’ side-scrolling action RPG Lost Epic is now on Steam Early Access. The game is expected to fully release in six to twelve months.
This week’s RPGamer editorial content includes reviews for NieR Replicant and Aluna: Sentinel of the Shards, plus a couple of previews and a call for Final Fantasy VI Remake. The news features plenty of game announcements as some companies get ahead of the June insanity.
A number of editions for King’s Bounty II are now available to pre-order. 1C Entertainment and Koch Media also revealed a physical collector’s edition, though pre-orders on that are yet to begin.
The Arcade Crew and Ishtar Games’ The Last Spell is now on Steam Early Access. The tactical RPG is expected to fully launch in around a year’s time.
Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot’s third DLC is releasing next week. Goku and most of the Z Warriors have fallen, and Earth’s fate rests on the shoulders of Trunks.
Deck-building RPG Roguebook takes a closer look at combat in a new trailer. The game will release for PC in just over a week, with consoles to follow at a later date.
It’s the Old People Cast! Chris has issues with podcasts. Kelley asks if the gelatinous cube was worth it – it isn’t. Pascal is buried under a giant pile of visual novels. Anna Marie comes down with typhoid. And Robert insists there’s always room for more zippers.
Today’s Indie Live Expo provided an update on the release of The Good Life. The game is now set to be distributed worldwide by Playism this fall.
iii: Revolving Wonderland is a world-changing RPG built by a solo developer. The game is being developed for PC, with WSS Playground acting as publisher.
Ahead of Scarlet Nexus’ launch this month, Bandai Namco provided a new trailer for the game. The eight-minute video gives viewers an explanation of the game’s setting and story premise.