Josh explains that all Genesis music is bad. Robert only has sub-standards for video games. Chris arm-chair quarterbacks the Persona 3 remake. Not the ramp!
Josh learns that despite Bethesda’s best efforts, Starfield is not Fallout 76. Robert learns the taste of Amiibo blood. Chris is just here to ask, “kink-why?” And Kelley is obsessed with Red XIII on a chocobo.
Chris dresses Pikachu up like a schoolboy with a camera. Josh wants his flight stick, he needs a HOTAS. Kelley wants Final Fantasy VII Rebirth to end like an episode of JoJo. Follow Solstice Warriors on their Myspace music page.
Bethesda released a trio of short animated videos ahead of Starfield’s September release. The videos introduce some lives in the Settled Systems.
Although there was no E3, June still provided lots of game announcements to get RPGamers eager for what lies in store. The RPGamer staff picked out a good number of their highlights from the various presentations and reveals.
This year’s Xbox Games Showcase included a Starfield Direct. Among the new information revealed were details about combat, exploration, and the tech behind the game.
Bethesda Softworks has finally shown the first gameplay footage from Starfield. Viewers can get a look at the game’s exploration, combat, spaceship building, and more.
Bethesda’s seemingly arbitrary initial release date for Starfield has turned out to be just that. The sci-fi RPG has somewhat unsurprisingly been pushed back into next year.
Another year has come and gone, and it won’t be long until the RPG release flood begins anew. The RPGamer staff has picked out some of the titles they are most excited for in 2022 and beyond.
A role-playing game can absolutely win Game of the Year at The Game Awards. Doing so ensures outstanding prestige, which promotes the overall value of this rich and rewarding genre.
Bethesda Softworks put out three new teasers for Starfield. The brief videos introduce some of the locations players will come across in the game.
Bethesda’s latest RPG Starfield finally reappeared. The journey through the vast unknown will be exclusive to Xbox and PC and will launch in November of 2022.
Bethesda finished its showcase by revealing two upcoming games in the early stages of development. No details are available for The Elder Scrolls VI and Starfield, but we have some brief teasers.