Though it treads familiar ground, a spiritual sequel to Momodora can’t possibly be a bad thing, right?
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Dragon Lapis remains a middle-of-the-road endeavor despite its impressive heritage.
Sometimes, you just need a good arena brawler game to jump in and slash at giant hordes of enemies again, and again. Cubers: Arena is that game.
Later Daters provides a unique and surprisingly refreshing perspective in the ever-growing library of dating sims on the Switch.
If you are looking for an action-adventure game (with light RPG elements) in the same vein as other 3D Zelda games, then Oceanhorn 2 is an adventure worth sailing.
Windbound is a fine survival game, if you want to build very specific kinds of ships and kill indigenous wildlife for twenty hours.
While an easy recommendation for fans of the anime, Infinite Combate may be perceived as a pricey, mediocre experience for average RPG consumer.
While Paper Mario: The Origami King, in many ways, feels like it’s struggling to find its core identity, it isn’t completely without merit, either.
While not incredibly long, Alwa’s Legacy feels polished and complete, featuring quality dungeon design and a clever cast of characters.
Hades, even amidst a sea of competition, remains a shining example of a roguelite action RPG done right.
The latest retro JRPG from Hit-Point, published under KEMCO, is one of the better budget-friendly experiences they currently offer.
Although Wintermoor Tactics Club is a fairly casual, shorter experience, its well-written narrative and relatable characters makes it an easy recommendation.