A totally new cast arrives in the third game in the Bravely series. Attempting to recapture the nostalgia of a bygone era, it defaults to some tropes while being largely successful in updating a classic job system.
Bravely Default II is right around the corner. In preparation for its upcoming release, Nintendo provided one last trailer to get RPGamers excited.
Miitopia is heading to Switch. The game, which originally launched on the Nintendo 3DS, will release on the console this May.
The action RPG prequel to Breath of the Wild, Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity, is getting an expansion pass. The DLC will arrive later this year.
One of the biggest reveals in today’s Nintendo Direct was Project Triangle Strategy. The tactical RPG uses the same HD-2D graphics as Octopath Traveler, with a demo now available to try out.
The sequel to The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild is still under development but did not appear in today’s Nintendo Direct. Instead, series producer Eiji Aonuma unveiled The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword HD, which launches on Switch in July.
Mario Golf is an RPG again. The newest entry, Mario Golf: Super Rush, will include an RPG Story Mode when it launches in June.
A new English trailer is out for Bravely Default II. The two-minute video gives a quick rundown of the all-important Brave and Default actions.
With Bravely Default II just a few weeks away, Square Enix put out some more information about another of the game’s major powers. In addition to detailing the main players in Holograd and the Asterisks they hold, the company also detailed a couple of gameplay systems.
Fire Emblem was originally released in Japan on the Famicom in 1990. Now after 30 years, Nintendo finally ports the original to the Switch with a new translation and a few quality-of-life improvements. Do these new additions help an old game stand the test of time?
Square Enix provided additional media and details for Bravely Default II in Japan. The update focuses on the nation of Rimedahl, introducing new characters and jobs, as well as a new card-based mini-game.
Koei Tecmo’s Omega Force studio returns to Hyrule for a second time, this entry acting as a prequel to The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild. Though some things have changed, there’s still a very familiar feeling.
Square Enix released a new Japanese trailer for Bravely Default II. The video features a look at the kingdom of Wiswald and its important characters.
A new final demo for Bravely Default II is now available. The demo lets players try out some of the jobs and abilities ahead of the game’s launch in February.
A host of new information, screenshots, and artwork for Bravely Default II were made available. Included in the unveiling were eight new jobs, two kingdoms along with multiple characters important to the narrative, and several gameplay systems.
With the Age of Calamity almost here, a new trailer has dropped for the launch of the game. The cinematic trailer gives a brief look at all the familiar faces returning to the game.
Square Enix provided some further details and plenty of new images for Bravely Default II. The update covers some of the game’s story and characters and the basic, familiar gameplay elements.
A new trailer for Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity shows off Breath of the Wild’s Divine Beasts and how they’ll be playable in-game. On top of that, a demo is now available for people to get their hands on the game.
Nintendo’s latest Direct Mini presentation provided an update on Bravely Default II. The game will launch worldwide in February, with some new Asterisk holders revealed.
The first expansion for Pokémon Sword and Shield takes players off to the Isle of Armor. Whether the journey is worth it largely depends on how taken players are with the base game’s Wild Areas.