The console release of Winter Wolves’ Tales of Aravorn: Seasons of the Wolf is coming tomorrow. Publisher Ratalaika Games also released dedicated PS5 and Xbox Series X|S versions of tactical soccer RPG Ganbare! Super Strikers.
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RPGamer’s ad hoc Kickstarter check-in feature returns with a look at Team Bewitched’s Absinthia. The turn-based RPG sees three villagers joining a wandering knight to protect their home.
Quest for Infamy is part of a growing line of console ports for point-and-click style titles. Unfortunately, it isn’t a very impressive example of the genre.
Ratalaika Games and Woblyware are releasing Royal Frontier next week. The game is a turn-based roguelike where players aim to guide a caravan across the continent.
Ratalaika Games and Infamous Quests are bringing Quest for Infamy to consoles. The adventure RPG, inspired by classic Sierra Entertainment titles, launches on the new platforms next week.
Critical Games’ retro RPG 8-Bit Adventures 2 is heading to consoles. The console versions will launch alongside the PC version and are being developed by Ratalaika Games.
Ganbare! Super Strikers attempts to apply tactical RPG gameplay to the sport of soccer. While it’s a good idea with potential, the execution is lacking once the novelty of the premise wears off.
Publisher Ratalaika Games posted its Visual Novel Showcase today, announcing console releases for a number of titles. One of those titles is Winter Wolves’ visual novel and RPG hybrid Tales of Aravorn: Seasons of the Wolf.
Release dates for all console versions of Ganbare! Super Strikers have been announced. The tactical soccer RPG is heading home at the end of this month.
Ganbare! Super Strikers mixes soccer into a grid-based tactical RPG. The game, which released for PC in 2018, will be heading to consoles in February.
Devious Dungeon 2 provides a short rogue-lite experience without the permadeath. While it’s fairly enjoyable in short bursts, there’s not much reason to go back to it after one playthrough.