The latest update for Bandai Namco’s God Eater 3 hits next week. The update will include Lulu and Ricardo’s extra story chapters, plus a New Game Plus mode and an option to change the background music.
Obsidian Entertainment’s Pillars of Eternity II: Deadfire has been dated for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. The consoles will be getting the game in standard and collector’s editions in January.
All in! Games is partnering with Gamera Interactive for the upcoming Alaloth: Champions of the Four Kingdoms. The title is set to be released next year for PC and Xbox One.
Another entry in the long-standing SaGa series has finally headed overseas. SaGa Scarlet Grace: Ambitions arrives digitally for multiple platforms in western markets.
Heroland has officially opened its doors to the paying public. As a part-time employee, it is up to players to guide parkgoers through the authentic RPG adventure they’ve already paid for.
Neverwinter Nights: Enhanced Edition is now available on consoles for the first time. The game, based on D&D’s 3rd edition, can be found in digital and physical storefronts.
The Phantom Thieves have revealed when they plan to strike again in North America and Europe. Persona 5 Royal will be coming west in March.
Nihon Falcom’s The Legend of Heroes series is finally heading to a Nintendo system. Trails of Cold Steel III will be making the leap to Nintendo Switch in the spring of next year.
Life for Ichiban Kasuga is rough early on in Yakuza: Like of a Dragon. The protagonist has to rummage around the streets for money, and compete with the homeless of Yokohama just to survive.
Atlus has followed up its latest character trailers with some new screenshots. The images show Ryuji, Morgana, and Ann in action.
A new Japanese trailer for Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot shows a number of its systems. The game is set to release worldwide this January.
Players are invited to sign up for a PC closed beta of Azur Lane: Crosswave. Those interested in test-running the naval shooter RPG can sign up on Idea Factory’s website.
A terrifying virus has spread throughout the world and it’s up to Phoenix Project to deal with the monsters it has created. That is, if they can survive long enough.
This week’s RPGamer content includes a review for Digimon Story Cyber Sleuth’s Switch release, a Deep Look for The Executioner, and an impression for Fort Triumph. Meanwhile, the news includes a SaGa-focused interview from Square Enix, a new Neptunia game, and plenty of new release dates and upcoming game details.
Koei Tecmo announced that Gust’s Fairy Tail RPG is releasing worldwide in March. The announcement comes with a new trailer and a Japanese livestream featuring brand new gameplay footage.
Ann Takamaki is the latest Phantom Thief to get her own Persona 5 Scramble trailer. She will be taking her whip across Japan when the game launches next year.
Sega has revealed the winners of its open audition earlier this year for Yakuza: Like a Dragon. In addition to the grand prize winner, four other selected entrants will be appearing in the game.
Copper Heart Factory’s Feels is a text and ASCII-based RPG that deliberately gives minimal instructions to players. The game’s first chapter is available now on Steam Early Access.
A new Everybody Plays trailer is available for the upcoming Yo-kai Watch 4++ update. Japanese players, including PS4 owners for the first time, will receive the new content this December.
The opening movie for Death end re;Quest 2 shows its cast of female leads, including the returning Shiina Ninomiya. Japanese players can begin to unravel the Wardsworth dormitory disappearances next February.