The next entry in the Mercenaries Saga series has a gameplay trailer. Rideon Games reveals the game in action.
Mercenaries Wings, Rideon’s follow-up to Mercenaries Saga, has a Switch release date in Japan. The game is not too long away, with Circle Entertainment bringing it to North America and Europe this year.
Tactical RPG fans will soon be able to add the physical version of the Mercenaries Saga trilogy to their shelves. A physical release for the Switch collection is heading to game stores mid September.
Circle Entertainment has announced a follow-up to the Mercenaries Saga tactical RPG trilogy. Little is known about Mercenaries Wings at this time, other than it will hit Switch later this year.
The Mercenaries Saga trilogy released digitally on Switch earlier this year. PM Studios and Acttil are teaming up to offer those who prefer physical copies an edition this summer.
Mercenaries Saga Chronicles hits the Nintendo Switch eShop today. Joshua takes an early look at how the games handle the transition back to a single screen.
Mercenaries Saga Chronicles is out now, bringing Rideon’s tactical RPG trilogy to Switch. A launch trailer shows what players can expect to find in the release.
Mercenaries Saga’s Switch release date just got more precise and the wait is not long at all. There won’t be too much time to get discounted pre-orders between now and when the game releases.
The Mercenaries Saga trilogy’s release on Switch is not very far away. Circle Entertainment provided a release month and some more details about the collection.
Rideon’s tactical RPG trilogy is making its way to Nintendo Switch. Western RPGamers might finally be able to figure out what the first game’s relationship to the others actually is.
Once again a trip into the depths of the 3DS’s downloadable library reveals something worth experiencing. Unlike its predecessor, this one features its cast being called dogs on a regular basis.
Rooting around in the recesses of the 3DS’s downloadable library is not for the faint of heart, but occasionally something worthwhile is hidden there. This little tactical item is rather entertaining to find.
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