After several years of being shown at E3, Sakuna: Of Rice and Ruin is finally nearing release. We not only got to go hands-on with the title, but also sit down with its developers for some Q&A.
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Heroland is an upcoming theme-park take on the classic dungeon-crawler. E3 gave us the opportunity to go hands-on with the game ahead of its release later this year.
The Rune Factory franchise hasn’t received a new entry in several years. However, the last installment is getting a rerelease this year, and we were able to check it out ahead of its release at this year’s E3.
Those who played Akiba’s Trip: Undead & Undressed may be unaware that it was actually the second game in the series. XSEED Games is now giving western players the chance to try out its predecessor as Pascal Tekaia was able to try it out at E3.
XSEED Games has released some E3 trailers, including ones for a couple of upcoming RPGs. Heroland is set for release this fall, with Rune Factory 4 Special currently on a general 2019 date.
Publisher XSEED Games and developer FuRyu have announced before E3 2019 an RPG called Heroland. The game, titled Work x Work in Japan, is slated for a western release in 2019 for the Nintendo Switch and PlayStation 4.
The Legend of Heroes: Trails of Cold Steel II’s PlayStation 4 version is now available in North America, before heading to Europe on Friday. RPGamers can get caught up on the series ahead of the third game’s release later this year.
The Fate series makes its debut on the Switch. Although at first glance it may seem like a Dynasty Warriors clone, Fate/EXTELLA LINK adds to the tried-and-true formula by speeding up the combat, adding more moves, and polishing gameplay.
XSEED Games was intending to release Wizardry: Labyrinth of Lost Souls on PC today. However, a late issue has caused the release to be delayed.
Dungeon-crawler Wizardry: Labyrinth of Lost Souls is coming to PC. XSEED Games will be releasing the game on digital storefronts in just a couple of weeks.
XSEED Games and Marvelous Europe have announced the release date for the PlayStation 4 version of Trails of Cold Steel. The game will come to the system early next month, ahead of the third game’s release later this year.
This week is an incredibly busy one for new releases, so, for our own sanity more than anything else, we have collected today’s flood of launch trailers into this single article. Final Fantasy VII, Final Fantasy XV: Episode Ardyn, Grimshade, Trails of Cold Steel, Nelke and the Legendary Alchemists, Outward, Path of Exile, The Princess Guide, and Seven: Enhanced Edition are all out now.
In this edition of the Adventure Corner we romance the sons of famous detectives in London Detective Mysteria. Who did Sam Wachter romance in her first playthrough? Let’s find out.
XSEED Games has announced the PlayStation 4 date for Trails of Cold Steel. The first game in the Legend of Heroes’ subseries will arrive on the console in late March.
The Rune Factory series is heading to the Nintendo Switch. In the latest Direct, Nintendo announced Rune Factory 4: Special and Rune Factory 5.
XSEED has added Japanese audio options to the PC versions of Trails of Cold Steel I & II. To celebrate, the games and DLC are on sale.
The PlayStation 4 “Kai” versions of the first two Trails of Cold Steel games are coming west. The two games are both coming early next year, and will perhaps make the hopeful wait for the third and fourth games a little easier.
Ys: Memories of Celceta is now out on PC. The game is available on Steam and GOG.com, with publisher XSEED Games providing a launch trailer for the release.
XSEED Games brings Ankake Spa’s bullet hell action RPG to the PC. Players can now join Remilia and Sakuya’s hunt with an all-new difficulty setting and 4K resolution.
XSEED Games is bringing two more Japanese action RPGs to PC and has confirmed release dates for the ports. Touhou: Scarlet Curiosity will hit first, followed a couple of weeks later by Ys: Memories of Celceta.