Developer Sting has announced a remaster for tactical RPG Gloria Union. The 2011 PSP title will be coming to Switch, iOS, and Android in Japan next year.
A port of the original Sega Saturn version of Baroque is coming to Japan very soon. The Switch release will include some new display options as well as a manual save.
Utawarerumono: Prelude to the Fallen is now available in North America. European gamers will be able to experience the first part of the tactical RPG/visual novel hybrid series in a couple of days.
Though western RPGamers were able to enjoy Utawareumono’s Mask of Deception and Mask of Truth duology, up until now the original game seemed stuck in Japan. However, a remake has at last allowed English-speakers to find out how it stacks up.
Sting’s Baroque is making a return. The upcoming Switch version of of the game is a port of the original first-person Sega Saturn release, rather than of the third-person remake western RPGamers may be familiar with.
NIS America is showing off the gameplay for its upcoming RPG Utawarerumono: Prelude to the Fallen. The game will be reaching western audiences at the end of May.
NIS America has announced release dates for Utawarerumono: Prelude to the Fallen. Western RPGamers will finally get the chance to play the first game in the series this May.
After launching on smartphones last year, Yggdra Union is now heading to Switch in Japan. The Switch version will include all of the features of the mobile version, plus some extra cheat options.
Sting has announced a release window for the mobile version of Yggdra Union. The former GBA and PSP strategy title will be coming to iOS and Android later this month.
Princess Yggdra is back. This time, her adventures land on a different kind of handheld as Yggdra Union is heading to smartphones.
In the newest entry from Sting’s Department of Heaven series, a young man marked with Stigmata uses a divine spear to fight the intolerance of an evil empire. It’s not as allegorical as it sounds.
Yes, Stigmata is supposed to be capitalized.
Most of us grew up playing both board games and RPGs. Is this handheld game featuring both elements better than putting together peanut butter and jelly, or is it just a sticky mess?
A party RPG is a new idea, but is it a good idea? No. No it’s not.
Pain is my friend. I like my friend, and I like sharing him with others! This review is for all mankind.
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