The latest title in MAGES Inc.’s Science Adventure series arrives in the west. Anonymous;Code may not quite crack the juggernaut of Steins;Gate, but its combination of science and conspiracy provides a highly engaging near-future sci-fi tale.
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Biryani, dosas, and puttu rockets, oh my! In this Adventure Corner, players will be cooking up a storm in the heartfelt narrative adventure, Venba.
Tyrion Cuthbert: Attorney of the Arcane doesn’t bother to try very hard to dispel its obvious inspirations. Nevertheless, the fantasy take on Ace Attorney delivers an enjoyable experience.
Being forced against your will to perform in dramas is it’s own kind of personal hell. But what happens if you refuse to play your role? Sam Wachter checks out Charade Maniacs and hopefully doesn’t meet her Dead End.
Star Trek: Resurgence asks RPGamers to boldly go where no one has gone before! JCServant explores this narrative adventure with his phaser set to stun!
DON’T NOD’s latest narrative adventure takes players to a near-future Mediterranean island and across the boundary between realms. Polly will need to help the Aspirations of humanity in order to restore the balance them.
Paranormasight: The Seven Mysteries of Honjo is a horror mystery adventure from Square Enix available on PC and Switch. The game provides an interesting supernatural mystery with plenty of twists and turns.
What happens when a corporation steals a basic human right? You get anarchy, chaos, and possible romance? In Vengeful Heart, here is your opportunity to stick it to greedy corporations and save the less fortunate.
Who is ready to go back in time to smooch some samurai? In Birushana: Rising Flower of Genpei, players will have the opportunity to make out with some of history’s greatest heroes. But are the romances swoon-worthy? All signs point to yes.
Fourteen years after its original release in Japan, there is finally an official western release for Chaos;Head. The first title in the Adventure Science series is a tougher ask than its successors.
Idea Factory International has released the original Amnesia, along with its companion, Amnesia: Later x Crowd for the Nintendo Switch. Sam Wachter shares her feelings on Later x Crowd, an interesting and unexpected fan disc release.
Ever wondered how kaijus date? In Kaichu: Kaiju Dating Sim, the developer Squiddershins explores this adorable and crazy premise.
Spike Chunsoft has a new mystery for players with a follow-up to AI: The Somnium Files. RPGamer spends some time investigating the Half-Body serial killings.
RPGamer’s Adventure Corner column returns to look at another title in the periphery that may be of interest to our readers. This time around we solve some mysteries in Square Enix’s The Centennial Case: A Shijima Story.
Though she knows she should be wary, still she ventures someplace scary… It’s just another night’s work for Silvia Bellini, evil or not. Read all about it here.
Are you ready to be the ultimate pupperazzo? Take photos of unaware and easily charmed doggos in this wonderful photo simulation game from Sundae Month.
What if you had the power to feel everyone’s emotions around you? Taking on the role of empathic extraordinaire Alex Chen, players will solve a small town mystery surrounding the death of her brother. Make sure you have your tissue box nearby because this game is one hell of an ugly cry ride.
Twenty-three years after the first game launched in Japan, western RPGamers can finally be a part of the Famicom Detective Club. The Nintendo Switch remakes of the two titles provide a pair of recommendable murder mysteries.
AIM is dead, and Facenook is now king! In this third installment of the Emily is Away series, Sam Wachter gets ready to spill the tea on all this high school dramalama.
Kadokawa Games returns to Japan’s Shimane Prefecture for its follow-up to Root Letter. The new title, Root Film does a good job emulating the appeal of TV murder mysteries, even if it doesn’t end up standing out from its niche.