Tight controls and a perfectly vintage soundtrack make Aggelos a game that should be enjoyable by anyone that loves the 8/16-bit eras of gaming.
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A journey to Gransys offers one of the most compelling adventures on the Nintendo Switch.
We’re taking a stroll 16 years into the past, and seeing if a remaster of one of the earliest titles from developer EXE Create still holds up today.
Is this medieval tile-matching RPG worthy of your time? Let’s find out!
This is it, folks: the definitive co-operative board game rogue-like RPG has arrived on Nintendo Switch.
Masquerada: Songs and Shadows is a budget-minded title that sells itself on its world building and characters – and does so well – but is it enough to make up for its shortcomings?
The blend of rogue-like/lite mechanics, RPG elements, and Zelda-esque dungeon diving makes The Swords of Ditto: Mormo’s Curse a delight, but only if you are willing to embrace its zaniness first.
Let’s take a quick look at what’s lurking in the dungeons of Dark Quest 2 – you might actually be more than a little surprised in what I’ve discovered within its depths.
Fans of 16-bit era JRPGs itching for their next meaningful experience need look no further than Shadows of Adam.
How does Shalnor Legends: Sacred Lands on Switch fare? Let’s find out.
Site creator, firestream, dusts off his pen and paper in order to bring us his extensive thoughts on Stardew Valley!
Hey kid, wanna synthesize something…? How does this town-sim spinoff of the Atelier series fare from a newcomer’s perspective?
Here’s an alternative “mini-review” of Steamworld Quest: Hand of Gilgamech!
How does Image and Form’s take on the role-playing genre fare? Find out in our SteamWorld Quest review here!
For the price, the deck-building Monster Slayers is a nice choice for those looking for a more unique approach to the rogue-like RPG.
Anodyne’s developers set out to create a retro-inspired title, infused with postmodern ideas and some truly unique gameplay elements. But is it successful?
My Time At Portia is a great example of successfully melding elements of open world exploration, crafting, life simulation, and staple RPG mechanics into one cohesive unit.
While not perfect by any means, The friends of Ringo Ishikawa is an excellent visual and storytelling piece thats journey – and conclusion – might very well stick with you for a long time to come.
KEMCO and EXE Create are back at it once again, this time about a giant tree named Sephiroth. I can’t make this up. Let’s see how it performs, shall we?
Cat Quest is, without a doubt, one of the most charming and adorable games in the eShop library.
Vaporum is a good game, one that I believe will resonate deeply with fans of the dungeon crawler.
Get ready to slash through swaths of enemies in the definitive time-attack-character-action-role-playing-game.
Bonds of the Skies is a nice choice if you find yourself in between major titles and need a quick JRPG fix.
Final Fantasy VII might not seem as ambitious as it once did, but it is still an incredible ride for fans of the traditional JRPG.
How does this Final Fantasy / roguelike goulash shape up? Let’s find out!
Don’t let this game’s looks fool you – you might be genuinely surprised by what it has to offer.