Stranger of Sword City Revisited is heading to PC and Switch this March as part of a bundle with Saviors of Sapphire Wings. A new trailer shows some of the additions included in the dungeon-crawler’s Revisited version.
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NIS America has provided western dates for its bundled release of Saviors of Sapphire Wings and Stranger of Sword City Revisited. The games will launch for Switch and PC in March.
The Undernauts of Yomi wo Saku Hana are preparing for their next console adventures. Experience Inc.’s latest first-person dungeon-crawling RPG is heading to Switch and PS4 in Japan this October.
NIS America is bringing another Experience-developed dungeon-crawler westward. Saviors of Sapphire Wings is coming to PC and Switch next year and will be bundled with a copy of Stranger of Sword City Revisited.
Experience Inc.’s latest dungeon-crawler launched for Xbox One in Japan last month. The developer announced that Yomi wo Saku Hana will also arrive on PS4 and Switch in October.
After many delays, Yomi wo Saku Hana has a release window. The Xbox One RPG is scheduled to launch this summer in Japan.
Dungeon-crawler Blue-Winger Chevalier has received its first trailer. Developer Experience’s remake of Students of Round is set to hit the PlayStation Vita in less than a month.
Some screenshots and artwork have emerged for Experience Inc.’s Blue-Winged Chevalier. In addition, the game has been revealed as a remake of the distant prequel to Demon Gaze, Students of Round.
Experience Inc. has officially announced its latest dungeon-crawling RPG. Not only is the PlayStation Vita getting a brand-new title, at launch it will be exclusive to the handheld.
Experience president has tweeted new images of upcoming RPG. The current untitled dungeon crawler will be released in Japan sometime in 2019.
Demon Gaze has made the jump to console for its second entry. While the platform options may have expanded, the Vita roots are still fully evident in this dungeon crawler.
A small army of first person dungeon crawlers has emerged in recent years, many of them trying to emulate the feel of something from thirty years ago. This one succeeds in its aim of feeling like something from the previous century, though that may not be a good thing.
Today sees the release of the second of two Vita dungeon-crawlers developed by Experience. Ray Gigant, coming to North America and Europe courtesy of acttil, is much more geared to the newer or more casual player than its counterpart.
Demon Gaze has its sights set on stealing first-person dungeon crawling fans from the likes of Etrian Odyssey. Find out if it succeeds or just ends up with a black eye.