CHASM Review

In theory, an “infinitely replayable” Symphony of the Night-esque game sounds incredible, but is it enough to win CHASM premium status in an already heavily competitive subgenre?

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Dragon Sinker Review

In Dragon Sinker, the developers strive to create a throwback to the bygone NES era of RPGs, while infusing the story, characters, and gameplay with modern amenities. Do they succeed in this goal, or does all that nostalgia come crashing down around them?

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KAMIKO Review

KAMIKO sports a pixel-art, top down platforming experience across 4 different levels with 3 unique heroes to choose from that is more or less a joy to play, but is it a must-buy for enthusiasts of the sub-genre?

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Octopath Traveler Review

Octopath Traveler is an absolute delight, and is a must-have for anyone fond of retro-infused JRPGs in particular. Its lack of linearity in both a narrative and gameplay perspective may not be everyone’s cup of tea, but should be fantastic for those wanting something a bit different than the norm.

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Tanzia Review

Tanzia hearkens back to the days of old-school, open world adventure/RPG games. A trip down nostalgia lane is never a bad thing. Or could it be?

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Shining Resonance Refrain Review

While it doesn’t necessarily boast many modern conveniences found in more recent JRPGs, Shining Resonance Refrain offers players an engaging story full of interesting characters in a world that’s as fun to play as it is pleasant to look at.

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Squids Odyssey Review

If you would have told me a few weeks ago that I’d now be invested in helping a pack of squids of varying shapes and sizes thwart an oozy corruption hellbent on destroying their homeland I would have thought that you were crazy. Heck, I still think I’m crazy for what I’m about to say about this game.

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Banner Saga 2 Review

In Banner Saga 2, the creators manage to keep all the aspects that made me fall in love with the first game while tweaking enough elements to make this title feel even more polished, challenging, and beautiful.

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Devious Dungeon Review

Touting a new release on a home console as a mobile port is a sure fire way to make many gamers groan in disbelief. t’s not always good to judge a book by its cover though, so I decided to take a chance on Devious Dungeon to see if it goes beyond the staple mobile game shticks.

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