Magus puts players in the role of a prisoner as they ascend to godhood. But would you really want be a god when your potential followers are this incompetent?
Kingdom Hearts HD 1.5 ReMIX offered an opportunity for one RPGamer reviewer to try out the series from the start. Those wanting to know how it went can read Severin’s Report.
Adventure time! Come on grab your friends and go to very distant lands with Jake the Dog and Finn the Human, the fun will never end. ADVENTURE TIME!
Disgaea D2: A Brighter Darkness returns to the cast of the first entry in the series. Inquire within to discover if Laharl and company make a triumphant return, or if the darkness isn’t so bright after all.
After working through the main story, we’re ready to share more of our thoughts on A Realm Reborn. Now to get this posted so that we can get back to our party, if they’re still alive.
The granddaddy of all demons revives the granddaddy of all loot-fests for the home console gamer. But which do RPGamer’s staff find more intimidating? The forces of hell or Blizzard’s fanbase?
The second volume of Dragon Fantasy has arrived on the PlayStation Network. Does it fulfill all of our retro dreams, or are there further developments to come?
The Gothic series is not the most well known or beloved series in the history of Western RPGs. Find out within if this trend has been bucked, or if it falls off a cliff.
Dragon’s Crown doesn’t believe in physics or biology, but that doesn’t make it any less fun. Find out what to expect from Vanillaware’s brawler/RPG hybrid in RPGamer’s official review.
Dead Island: Riptide continues the adventures of the four heroes from the original game. Inquire within to find out if the game is as bad as the horrors they will surely face.
The Arisen and his pawns have been off on an excursion to Bitterblack Isle. Take a look inside to see their report of a rather eventful trip and the interesting local fauna.
Dragon Fantasy Book I’s PSN release sees it jump to the next generation of graphical power, albeit one that began a while back. Check inside for more details as our reviewer reports back on this updated throwback to the early Dragon Quest games.
Sometimes taking a magnificent journey may lead us to the promised land. “A promise is a promise,” and Ayesha shows RPGamers the true value of keeping them.
Hark, what flame against starlit backdrop breaks? It is the dragon’s, and it burns for thee, for me, and for all other creatures under heaven’s firmament. For in sooth, is there aught in Gransys that does not fear fire?
North American RPGamers have been waiting for almost 3 years to get their hands on some form of Ni no Kuni, Level-5 and Studio Ghibli’s joint project. Now that it’s available, how does it hold up to the hype?
Not the Best Laid Plans French developer Cyanide made a splash with its initial forays into the realm of medieval fantasy RPGs when it managed...
Staff attempts at playing through the previous games in the Agarest series met with failure, but victory has been attained at the third time of asking. Was it all worth it?
That’s no moon, it’s actually an entire planet. Read on to find out the feeling it elicited from our reviewer.
While E3 is providing information on games that will be playable in the future, one of our staff members has taken a look at a game that can be played now. Does Dragon’s Dogma have the draw necessary to steal RPGamers’ hearts?
Poor Sterkenberg. Even after three Atelier games, the poor man is completely out of place in the land of hyperactive pink-haired genki girls. Is Atelier Meruru the most excellent adventure of the Arland trilogy, or is it just Sterk’s bogus journey?