Dragon Quest XI, Assassin’s Creed Odyssey, Ni no Kuni II — there were many fantastic releases in 2018. But before we reveal our Game of the Year, RPGamer staff members sit down and ponder their personal top threes from last year.
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NIS America’s Vita releases from earlier this year originally came as digital-only. However, the publisher will be offering a chance for RPGamers to pick up physical Vita copies of The Lost Child, Penny-Punching Princess, and The Longest 5 Minutes.
Kadokawa Games’ follow-up-slash-spin-off to El Shaddai takes things in a rather different gameplay direction. Though the spirit-summoning dungeon-crawler invites some obvious comparisons, there are enough distinguishing elements to make it worth a look.
It’s time for #JRPGJuly again and the RPGamer staff are back playing a whole host of different games for the occasion. Join in the discussion all month long. So what JRPGs are you playing?
Kadokawa Games’ dungeon-crawling RPG The Lost Child is out now in North America. The game arrives on console, handheld, and hybrid with a launch trailer appearing with it.
After E3 2018 dropped a handful of new RPGs for Switch, we thought it might be a good time to look at some of the games coming to the platform. Here’s a brief glance at twenty RPGs hitting the system within the next year.
The Lost Child arrives in North America in only a couple days, and RPGamer got to try it out a few days before it’s official launch. See what’s in store for those who want to dive into the life of an occult reporter who sees a little too much of the world around him.
In the latest video clip leading up to The Lost Child’s release, Lua details one of the game’s key concepts. Layers are invisible dungeons hidden all over Tokyo, filled with demons.
RPGamers can become embroiled a holy feud between angels, demons, and fallen angels next month when The Lost Child releases. A new video introduces a pair of characters who fall in the last of those categories.
Plenty of RPGs have a mystery at their core, but few have the main character play as a journalist. Add in a good helping of dungeon-crawling demon combat and that’s a winning situation.
The Lost Child has a new trailer focusing on the mysterious beings known as Astrals. Any similarities with other groups of supernatural entities are purely coincidental.
The Lost Child has a date to be found and it’s this upcoming summer. Get some magical friends ready to help unlock the secrets of some magical devices.
Two Kadokawa Games-developed titles are coming to Switch in the west courtesy of NIS America. The complete version of God Wars is joined by upcoming title The Lost Child.
NIS America’s press event involved plenty of upcoming titles for the publisher. Fresh media, release dates, and a pair of new announcements were all provided.