The tireless historians at Ackk Studios have turned their lens of inquiry on the late ’90s in their newest period drama. YIIK: A Postmodern RPG lets everyone know once and for all what those surreal, alienated years were like for a recent college grad, his friends, and a magical talking panda.
This ascension feels more like a descent into madness. A return to the Styigan Abyss is not a journey to be recommended.
If the mechanics of this game are extrapolated into the real world, adults giving children piggyback rides with a pet on the child’s head make a powerful team. No one appears to have attempted this challenge, which is disappointing.
Yo-kai Watch 3 travels across the globe, allowing players to meet a whole new set of yo-kai. The game first makes a stopover in Europe, giving RPGamer a chance to check it out ahead of its North American arrival date in February.
Thing Trunk’s planned seven-part Return 2 Games anthology kicks off with an ode to Blizzard’s Diablo. Does Book of Demons provide a strong first chapter to build upon, or does its Paperverse crumple up under pressure?
Pull the pin and count to three! Mixing tactical historical warfare with gothic horrors should make for an explosive concoction. But with repetitive gameplay cycles and a less-is-more approach to its IP, this pen-and-paper adaptation is a bit of a dud.
In a now-bygone era of Japanese history, problems were routinely solved with violence and everyone was literally two-dimensional. That may not sound like a ringing endorsement, but it’s a time worth experiencing.
With its final episode released, the complete season of Big Bad Wolf’s narrative adventure is now available. RPGamer finds out if The Council is worth joining.
Pokémon finally makes the jump to the Nintendo Switch with a new spin on its classic formula. RPGamer is here to find out if Pokémon: Let’s Go, Pikachu! is truly the very best, like no game ever was.
Star light, star bright, first star I see tonight, I wish I may, I wish I might, have this wish I wish tonight. I wish for more songs.
The lack of any true narrative makes Persona 3: Dancing in Moonlight feel like half of a complete game. The half it presents is done quite nicely.
PC gamers could embark on The Long Journey Home last year, but now those on console can join them. RPGamer sees whether it can bring its crew safely back from the cold reaches of space.
It might sound like fun to be someone with dragon blood, seeking nothing more than a great time. This is a game that shows such a lifestyle doesn’t come without some personal baggage.
It seemed like the bell had already tolled for the Darksiders franchise. Risen from the grave, the third entry in the story of the Horsemen of the Apocalypse chronicles Fury’s day out on the town during the apocalypse.
CrossCode may not be the most original game on the market in its quest to emulate SNES classics. However, it innovates in ways that feel natural.
Fans of SRPGs have a new option to consider in Mercenaries Wings. Rideon and Circle Entertainment’s follow up to Mercenaries Saga brings some incremental improvements and branching storylines to the Switch.
Switch owners can now join others on PC and console and pay a visit to Gar’s Hero Supply & Bodega. RPGamer took the opportunity to spend some time playing heroes with OK K.O. and his friends.
Stormseeker Games has put forth a strong debut title. Gameplay elements offer an experience enjoyable to both novices and experts of the dungeon crawler RPG genre.
Labyrinth of Refrain is a memorable dungeon crawler. Of course, that might simply be down to the way a hundred hours of auto-pilot enemy encounters and seemingly random story events will sear itself into your long-term memory.
For far too long, western audiences have been left without the opportunity to battle a brontosaur merged with a battleship. Unfortunately, some creepy characters and a lack of balance detract from Metal Max Xeno’s entertaining oddities.