Toby Fox posted a new update on Deltarune, detailing the current state of its development. In addition, Fangamer and 8-4 presented a fifth anniversary concert broadcast for Undertale.
While it’s a bit later than usual, the RPGamer staff have decided to check in on last year’s resolutions. Did they make their 2019 goals? Let’s see what the staff have in store for 2020.
The JRPG legacy is synonymous with experimentation; even the most fondly-remembered titles, upon more frank inspection, reveal themselves as unique if not downright bizarre. How did this tradition begin, and where has it run off to?
Following the release on Deltarune earlier in the week, Toby Fox has provided some information on what it actually is. Included in the information is a caveat that players shouldn’t expect the full experience to release very soon.
Undertale creator Toby Fox has released Deltarune. The mystery surrounding what it actually is seems to be appropriate for the date.
Developers were once consumed by the need to push technological prowess as much as possible, but in recent years a smorgasbord of titles that evoke earlier generations has been created. We here tackle a hefty helping of this sort of RPG, using a lineup that varies wildly in style and quality.
Oddball RPG Undertale is now available on Switch. The game is available to download from the eShop, while those interested can still order a physical edition.
Nintendo announced a few new indie Switch titles of likely interest to RPGamers during its latest Indie Highlights video. Meanwhile, various other titles received release dates.
Tobyfox has confirmed that Undertale will be releasing on Switch worldwide next month. While waiting an exact date, those wanting to pre-order a physical copy of the game on the console can now do so.
Nintendo’s latest Direct presentation featured titles on both 3DS and Switch. In amongst them were RPGs such as Bowser’s Inside Story, Octopath Traveler, Okami, South Park, and more.