How did players enjoy RPGs long ago with 2D sprites and few colors? The magic spell that bedazzles RPGamers might be more than meets the eye.
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Indie RPGs have come a long way, and continue to flourish in unique and exciting ways. In this feature, the RPGamer staff members share some of their favorite gems from the past to the present.
When level grinding in an RPG grinds players to the ground, they shouldn’t beat themselves up for feeling beat down. Players should know it’s okay to not finish a game and that the five-hour rule can help start one that may otherwise seem risky.
Peter, Kelley, Chris, and Anna Marie are joined by Alice this week; while she didn’t deliver any missiles, large robots may be a part of the podcast in unexpected ways! We discuss cheating on the stalk market, the news of the week, and your feedback. Now to wait for our copies of Persona 5 Royal to arrive…hurry up already!
Ara Fell has all the look and feel of a classic JRPG from yesteryear while not forgetting what makes games approachable in a modern era of too many games and too little time.
Guest star Sam Watcher joins us, and that means this week’s podcast is officially explicit! Between the occasion cuss bomb, we discuss Animal Crossing and Chris’ poor decision making, Alex’s dive into Persona 5 Royal, and exactly why Kelley needs to finish FF7: Crisis Core in the near future. Anna Marie and Peter round out the ‘cast crew this week as we dive into the weekly headlines along with your feedback.
Ara Fell was released for PC back in 2016, but a new version will be launching soon. The Enhanced Edition will be arriving on most modern platforms this March.