One of the best things about gaming history is that there is always something new to be found, deep within the darkness. Does this game hold its sword high with pride, or will it stay sheathed forevermore?
Marvel’s most recent delve into the world of RPGs comes from the tactical experts at Firaxis Games. Rather than just make a rebranded XCOM clone, the team has made a distinct and worthwhile experience.
The world of Medhram is a dark, violent place facing an even darker, more violent future. Moonlight Games’ action RPG Hunt the Night takes on the oftentimes brutal task to save this world.
Ash of Gods: The Way is a follow-up to Ash of Gods: Redemption, focusing more on strategic deckbuilding. While it ultimately may not stick long in the memory, its varied battles make for good engagement.
Cassette Beasts evokes memories of 1990s Pokémon titles, with a slight twist in the battle system. Though the game has some slight missteps, it’s generally an very enjoyable addition to the monster-collecting genre.
Charming and original turn-based RPG Live A Live makes its way to PlayStation and PC. With astonishing storytelling and a superb soundtrack, it is a gem worth playing.
Redemption Reapers is unyielding in its pessimism that spreads to the deep and enjoyable combat system in this tactical RPG from AdGlobe. Unfortunately, a barely there plot prevents it from being a miserable masterpiece.
The Mageseeker: A League of Legends Story delivers another successful spin-off for the MOBA franchise. This time, Sylas and his chains are front and center in this thrilling action RPG.
Ravenlok promises an Alice in Wonderland-esque adventure, complete with a distinctly charming voxel art style. The question is, does the game live up to that promise?
Trinity Trigger is both a love letter to 90s gameplay, as well as a nod to modern gameplay design. But releasing among a bevvy of other high quality RPGs, does it do enough to stand out?
Some years after Fairy Fencer F’s debut, Fairy Fencer F: Refrain Chord gives it a full follow-up. The inspiration of the muses provides the series with some future promise.
Keen to help a hero get out of an infinite loop? Join Lillet Blan as she attempts to save everyone from magic gone wrong in the remaster of the 2007 RTS-RPG GrimGrimoire.
Mato Anomalies tries really hard to tell a thought-provoking tale. Is this just smoke and mirrors, or is the whole game a jumbled mess?
Ryza’s journey is finally coming to an end with the final installment of her trilogy now released. Did Gust learn from its past mistakes and give Ryza the send-off she truly deserves?
Atlus has brought the Inaba serial killer mystery to modern consoles. The content remains unchanged, but is the game still worthy of a new player’s time?
The Outer Worlds: Spacer’s Choice Edition gives opportunity to further grow the bottom-line. A light investment on the release means it’s still a title with plenty of room for improvement.
Square Enix has a new Theatrhythm title to celebrate the much-loved music of Final Fantasy. Theatrhythm Final Bar Line gives fans ample opportunity to enjoy a huge selection of fantastic tracks.
EA, Koei Tecmo, and Omega Force release their wild side with a new hunter title. However, some of the biggest challenges in the game have nothing to do with the monsters.
Absinthia is an indie RPG with a buoyant soundtrack and charming graphical style. Boasting an LGBTQ+ cast and themes, this modern tale in a fantasy world drips with 16-bit era JRPG charm.
The second half of the missing Crossbell arc has arrived, and the wait was absolutely worth it. Delivering on everything the first half served up with qualify of life improvements and a gripping story, every Trails fan will want to dive in immediately.