Tagged: Perfect World Entertainment

Nintendo Indie World Showcase Round-Up

Nintendo held another Indie World Showcase today, revealing a number of titles coming to Nintendo Switch. RPGs appearing in the presentation include Hades, Spiritfarer, Garden Story, Takeshi & Hiroshi, Torchlight III, and She Dreams Elsewhere.

Torchlight III Now on Steam Early Access

Perfect World Entertainment and Echtra Games’ Torchlight III is now on Steam Early Access. It is not confirmed how long it will be until the full release, but for now players have access to two complete acts.

Remnant: From the Ashes Physical Edition Releasing in March

Perfect World Entertainment and Gunfire Games’ cooperative action RPG Remnant: From the Ashes is getting a physical release. The edition will be distributed in North America and Europe by THQ Nordic next month.

Magic: Legends Debuts Gameplay Trailer

The recently announced Magic: The Gathering MMO now has its first gameplay trailer. Take a look at the first two classes that will be available in the upcoming beta.

MMORPG Magic: Legends Announced

During The Game Awards, Perfect World Entertainment and Cryptic Studios announced a Magic: The Gathering MMORPG. The first actual details about the game are expected in January.

Remnant: From the Ashes Out Now

Remnant: From the Ashes is out now on PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One. The third-person shooter RPG sees players joined by up to two others as they take on an invading force known as the Root.

Torchlight II Coming to Consoles

Perfect World Entertainment is not only reviving Torchlight with new title Torchlight Frontiers, it is also finally bringing Torchlight II to console. Port-specialising developer Panic Button is creating the console version, which is planned for release this fall.

ReEvolve E3 Impression

Perfect World Entertainment thinks mobile devices are prime for a full-scale MMORPG. Does ReEvolve fit the bill? Our staff dives into an early build during E3 to find out.

Torchlight II Review

Three years after the release of the first game, Torchlight II gives players the opportunity to loot together. Will RPGamers be able to illuminate the way forward for each other, or will the journey end in darkness?