Fans of old school explorative first-person dungeon crawlers have an upcoming title to consider. Dread Delusion looks to fill that niche, and RPGamer got a chance to check out a demo at PAX West.
Part photographic monster tamer, part psychological visual novel. There’s a lot to Project Anomaly: Urban Supernatural Investigator and RPGamer gets the chance to find out what it’s about at PAX West.
In a bit of a rarity Phantom Rose 2 Sapphire hits both being a roguelike deckbuilder sequel, as well as one that focuses on cooldowns instead of drawing cards. RPGamer sees how the gameplay is shaping up in this PAX West demo.
Demonschool is a fun movement-based tactical RPG that has been on the horizon for a while now. RPGamer got to see some new features and a revamped user interface that makes the game more approachable at PAX West.
Can Warhammer 40,000: Rogue Trader be the cRPG that franchise fans have been looking for? It’s looking possible under the stewardship of Owlcat Games and RPGamer was able to see how it’s looking in a PAX West preview.
Who killed the professor? Hopefully it isn’t the accused arcanoid Eve, as her personality and design shines through in murder mystery visual novel EDEN.schemata();. RPGamer took a look at its time-looping mystery at PAX West.
For The King II looks to encapsulate tabletop gaming in a four player co-op turn-based roguelite. RPGamer was able to check how its coming along with a look at its PAX West offering.
Dungeon diving in the Austrian Alps is an interesting concept. RPGamer was able to explore some of the cel-shaded world of Dungeons of Hinterberg at PAX West.
The World of Kungfu: Dragon and Eagle still has a year of Early Access ahead of it. Luckily, the nuance of the kung fu novels that it takes inspiration from makes this tactical turn-based RPG worth keeping an eye on.
Like a Dragon Gaiden: The Man Who Erased His Name is definitely capable of continuing the long, storied tradition of great titles from Ryu ga Gotoku Studio. This first-timer to the franchise was blown away by the style and comedy in this PAX West demo.
Final Fantasy VII Ever Crisis is a mobile game that encompasses all Compilation of Final Fantasy VII in a handy mobile title. RPGamer’s Sarah McGarr provided some brief thoughts from her time with its PAX West demo.
Lords of the Fallen’s reboot brings a few new mechanics to update the game for modern audiences. Ryan Costa was able to see these new options are shaping up in the latest demo at PAX West.
Dragon Quest as an action RPG, who would have thought it possible. RPGamer was able to take a look at how Infinity Strash: Dragon Quest The Adventure of Dai is shaping up at PAX West.
Jon Jansen was at PAX East on Saturday to check out some upcoming games. Here are his quick thoughts and notes a potential sleeper hit of 2023.
Jon Jansen was at PAX East 2023 on Friday to preview multiple upcoming RPGs. Here’s a quick roundup of the titles he tried out and quick thoughts on each of them.
Jon Jansen was at PAX East and sat down with Ysbryd Games to test out the upcoming tactical RPG. The aesthetic alone is an attraction, but the combat can be a great starting point for newcomers of the genre.
In WitchSpring R, players control a witch who likes to eat pies and has a pet boar. The remake of the first WitchSpring game is planned to launch later this year.
RPGamer was able to check out WrestleQuest at this year’s PAX West. If you want to play an 80s wrestler, hurl insults, and punch people in the face, this is the game for you.
RPGamer had the opportunity to test Broken Ranks and chat with Whitemoon Games during PAX Online. This free-to-play MMORPG has an innovative battle system and a noticeable focus on story.
As part of PAX Online, RPGamer was given the opportunity to talk to the founder of D20Studios about Summoners Fate and sample a demo. This deck-builder offers novel ways of controlling a party and promotes creativity.