Dragon Quest III on Switch, while not completely free of faults, is still a journey well worth taking.
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Though not in its purest form, Dragon Quest II for Switch provides a bite-sized, reasonably challenging adventure that may very well be worth your time.
The insistence on putting a novel twist on many pre-established concepts makes this Little Town story feel like a big disappointment.
Dragon Quest XI S: Definitive Edition is not only a love letter to fans of the traditional JRPG, it also serves as an easy-to-digest point of entry for newcomers to the age-old genre.
Stylish, snappy, and no slouch when it comes to content, this Action RPG is firing on all cylinders… most of the time.
Dive off into the depths of madness with this compelling, Lovecraftian RPG.
Released in 1993, Breath of Fire landed on the SNES in the middle of an RPG golden age. With NSO, we have a chance to see how this game fares in the modern era.
Does Puzzle Quest on Switch end up feeling like more of the same, or is that enough to satisfy a puzzle fiend?
Today, Ben reviews the Switch version of a classic JRPG that is 75% comprised of magically locked doors. That’s right – DRAGON QUEST!
A Knight’s Quest doesn’t hide its inspiration, but in spite of some flaws and odd pacing issues, it is certainly a journey worth taking.
Rimelands: Hammer of Thor is the game a Chaos deity would create, if given the opportunity.
River City Girls feels like a genuine return to an experience that, three decades prior, played an integral role in kick-starting my love for the RPG genre.