Voices have been heard, and two of Sony’s digital storefronts have received a reprieve. PlayStation 3 and PlayStation Vita’s digital stores will remain open, says CEO Jim Ryan, while the PSP’s will still be shut down as planned.
RPGamers will soon no longer be able to purchase digital titles for some older PlayStation systems. The PS3 and PSP stores will close in July, with the Vita store to follow in August.
Why Did Ya Date Me? is a feature for those of us who want an excuse to fangirl our RPG crushes, and justify our choices. This month, the game of choice for debate was The Legend of Heroes: Trails of Cold Steel.
Free-to-play online action RPG Dragon’s Dogma Online is shutting down. The game, which was only released in Japan, will end service in December.
Five years and an entire PlayStation later, Rainbow Skies has made its way to all the surviving PlayStation platforms. Since that’s a long time, SideQuest Studios has put together a lengthy demonstration of what the game has to offer.
RPGamer was able to talk with the CEO of SideQuest Studios, Marcus Pukropski, about the upcoming RPG Rainbow Skies. This follow up to 2012’s tactical RPG Rainbow Moon is releasing in just a few days on June 26
Once upon a time we managed to sustain an episode of the Backtrack that talked about Disgaea for an astoundingly long time. Even more games...
Five years after its initial announcement, tactical RPG Rainbow Skies is nearly ready for release. The game hits a trio of PlayStation platforms next month.
Hot on the heels of Trails in the Sky SC, XSEED Games wasted no time in getting started on the next Trails series. We’ve finally tackled this behemoth of a game, and it was well worth the effort.
Sega released quite possibly the best Christmas gift for editor Sam Wachter. It may involve hostess clubs, bicycle murder, and… dance battles? Bless you, Sega. Bless you!
Lotte and Stera want you to know that jumping jacks, barrels, and broom sticks are a vital source of entertainment. Oh and, I guess water conservation is too, right guys? Guys…?
Tears to Tiara II’s lengthy story sequences failed to impress RPGamer’s tactical aficionado. However, does it fare any better in the eyes of one of the site’s visual novel fans?
After thirty five hours of Ar NoSurge, editor Sam Marchello has perfected all of the synthesis dances. Is there video footage? Well, she hopes not.
Complaints levelled at previous Compile Heart games include some frustrating difficulty and slow pace. The company appears to have taken that message to heart for Fairy Fencer F, but does this new franchise show enough promise and depth to stick around?
CRASH. BANG. BOOM. SMACK. CRUNCH. Ayiyiiyiyiyiyi! ZORK! KA-POW! BIFF! BAP! POW! Well then, now that this review has been beaten into shape, it’s time to see how Princess Plume faired against the dreaded, diabolical, and dazzling Lady Marshmallow: Crusher of Dreams, Xena enthusiast, and lover of the Batusi.
When something is a Plus, it’s not a port, a remake, or a remaster. It’s an older game synthesized with materials like more playable characters, new assignments, and the always useful magic points. Gust’s goal was to craft something more fun than the original, but there’s always the risk of creating a Broken Item.
This silence was mine, but now it can be yours, too. Come join Zero and her band of sex-crazed misfits as they seek to kill her siblings.
Dark Souls II marks the third entry in From Software’s series of action RPGs. Investigate within to discover if this game truly has soul, or if it has forgotten the face of its father.
Ubisoft Montreal has created a love letter to the JRPG. But did they pay the genre a strong homage? Find out in our review.
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