This week features Marvel Ultimate Alliance 3 releasing on Switch and Nocked! True Tales of Robin Hood coming to Steam. New sales include plenty of deals on the Xbox Store and the Humble Store.
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Dragon Quest Builders 2 is the biggest release this week, while God Eater 3 and Dead in Vinland release on Switch. On the sales side, the PlayStation Store has some new offerings in both North America and Europe, with a summer sale hitting the European Nintendo eShop.
This week’s big new release is Final Fantasy XIV’s Shadowbringers expansion, which is joined by a couple of Kemco releases and Siralim 3’s release on Switch. Meanwhile, the summer sales are in full swing.
This week’s biggest release is Sega and Ryu go Gotoku Studio’s legal thriller Judgment. Meanwhile, the sales news is dominated by the start of the Steam Summer Sale.
There are plenty of new releases to check out from the past couple of weeks including Bloodstained, Dragon Star Varnir, Citizens of Space, and Cadence of Hyrule. There are also numerous post-E3 sales available.
The 3DS gets one more RPG this week with Persona Q2, with Warhammer: Chaosbane and Swords of Gargantua also debuting. There are also new platforms for numerous games including Trails of Cold Steel II, Octopath Traveler, Phantom Doctrine, and Slay the Spire, as well as more sales.
RPGamer’s weekly digital store round-up returns for a new update. Lapis x Labyrinth, SpellForce III: Soul Harvest, Super Cane Magic Zero, and Vambrace: Coul Soul are this week’s new releases, while there are some new and continuing deals, including a big GOG.com summer sale.
This week’s new releases are headed by Atelier Lulua and Dauntless, with a number of titles making debuts on new platforms. There are also some new sales for RPGamers to potentially take advantage of.
This week’s new releases feature three new lower-profile tiles, as well as a trio of games coming to new platforms. Meanwhile, there are plenty of new sales across all of the systems, with the Humble Store offering by far the biggest selection.
RPGamer’s weekly digital store round-up returns for a new update. New releases include the console debut for For the King, Masquerada: Songs and Shadows on Switch, and Yakuza Kiwami 2 on PC, while there are some new and continuing sales.
The new releases this week are highlighted by Fell Seal: Arbiter’s Mark and Final Fantasy XII’s release on Xbox One and Switch. Meanwhile, Golden Week in Japan provides the opportunity for a huge amount of sales on JRPGs.
This week features a quartet of new releases with Dark Devotion, SteamWorld Quest, Shoppe Keep 2, and Dragon’s Dogma: Dark Arisen’s Switch version. This edition also features a formatting rework to help highlight more specific games on sale.
This week’s releases include VR tabletop adventure RPG Table of Tales, as well as new platforms for Final Fantasy X|X-2 HD Remaster and My Time at Portia, among others. There are also plenty of new deals on offer across all of the various digital storefronts.
Zanki Zero and Slime Tactics highlight the new releases this week, with Vaporum making its console debut. Meanwhile, the European PlayStation store continues its spring sale and GOG.com begins a Japan-themed sale.
It’s a quieter week to start off the second quarter of 2019. Super Dragon Ball Heroes is the main new release of the week, while a couple of stores begin their spring sales.
The end of March once again sees a flood of new releases. If that wasn’t enough, there are also lots of ongoing sales on PlayStation and PC.
This week features new arrivals Chocobo’s Mystery Dungeon: Every Buddy! and War Theatre. Meanwhile, there are plenty of new sales, particularly on the PlayStation Store in both North America and Europe.
RPGamer’s weekly digital store round-up returns for a new update. New releases include The Division 2 and The Caligula Effect: Overdose, while there are some new and continuing sales.
There are a few new releases this week, including Eternity: The Last Unicorn. However, the main focus this week is the large selection of new sales across the platforms.
There’s no new RPG blockbusters this week, but still plenty of interesting smaller releases. Meanwhile, the PlayStation store deals continue for another week, joined by some new Xbox and PC sales.