Limited Run Games held its latest #LRG3 presentation, announcing numerous physical releases. The reveals include a number of RPGs and RPG-adjacent titles.
Konami is currently working on two games based on the sci-fi Edens Zero manga series. Both games are action RPGs, with one coming to consoles and the other to mobiles.
Limited Run Games held its annual LRG3 presentation today. The presentation featured announcements of upcoming physical releases, including a number of RPGs.
What is a port? A miserable little pile of coding! But enough talk, Castlevania: Symphony of the Night is now available on iOS and Android devices.
We’re halfway through October, and it’s time to get classically spooky with a look back at the Castlevania games. Or at least one in particular. What secrets will be revealed in the full moon’s light? Possibly not good ones.
Permanence is not a feature of the digital future as New Little King’s Story is no longer available to buy digitally. Those in North America hoping to buy the game will now need to rely on European or Japanese imports.
It’s been said that Hell is other people, but when you’re locked in a labyrinth with no exit, the people around you are all you’ve got. In order to get out from behind those closed doors, it’s necessary to go beyond the little problems and focus on the big picture. And what a picture it is.
The deck is already stacked against any game with a lead named Mouse. It’s telling that the hero’s name is among the less objectionable things in this title. These characters are KANON.
Castlevania has found a nice home on the DS with its first two games. Is this third one the charm, or does it got a few bats in the belfry? Find out here!
Do you like to kill vampires? ?Do you like to be a vampire that kills vampires? Do you like to read game reviews? ?If you answered yes to all three, have we got a treat for you.
RPGamer finally paints a picture of Castlevania. Is it a masterpiece, or is it more like something a toddler finger painted?
If you’re curious whether or not the new Castlevania is worth it, wait no more! A review is contained here.
Yes, it’s extremely short. But considering this is the latest of many Castlevania GBA titles, we felt it unnecessary to go overkill. The staff felt this was appropriate, but…we’re not infallible.