Tagged: Kemco

Limited Run Games Announces More RPG Releases

Limited Run Games held its second annual E3 presentation. Games receiving upcoming physical editions include Transistor, Rogue Legacy, and Dark Devotion, with Limited Run Games also signing on to distribute Shenmue III’s collector’s edition.

Kemco Provides Some New Releases

Kemco has announced a new set of releases. Frane: Dragons’ Odyssey comes to PS4 and Vita, while Legend of the Tetrarchs and Marenian Tavern Story head to Xbox One and Windows 10.

Revenant Dogma Hits PC, Switch

Kemco and EXE-Create’s Revenant Dogma is out now on PC and Switch. The new platforms make it a complete set for the current generation of systems.

Trio of Limited Run Physical Releases Dated

Limited Run Games is making three RPGs available in physical form for Fantasy Friday II later this month. Those looking to pick up copies of Antiquia Lost, Cosmic Star Heroine, and Saturday Morning RPG should mark their calendars.

Dragon Sinker Review

Giant dragons appear to like being given human sacrifices to relieve their appetites. Admittedly, this game and the movie Dragon Slayer aren’t a conclusive survey group, but there’s a definite pattern. A merchant, a baker and a revenant maker.

Asdivine Hearts Review

In Asdivine Hearts players are introduced to talking cats, some sweet romance, and every trope that ever troped. Way to go Kemco.

Chronus Arc Review

The 3DS eShop hosts a wide variety of titles. Some of them are worth seeking out, and others deserve to be forgotten by all unfortunate enough to have found them in the first place. How will the latest Kemco title be received?
Some kings sure do have a cheek.

End of Serenity Review

Dear Kemco: please try harder to make less generic games. Heck, add some dinosaurs, an excited child, and some attractions, and your game would be appealing. Or, y’know, the plot to Jurassic World. Which is better than this game.

Grinsia Review

Doo doo doo doo, doo doo doo doo. Doo doo, it works when it wants toooo. Doo doo doo doo, my game goes crash bang boom.

Mystic Chronicles Review

Many have predicted that mobile is the future for gaming. So does this previously mobile RPG have anything new to offer handheld RPGamers?