An easy to learn, but hard to master sidescrolling tactical RPG revolving around a ragtag group of steambots…IN SPACE!
Help, I’m trapped in a high school where everyone is awful!
Alchemic Dungeons DX, though shy about difficulty in the beginning, is an enjoyable roguelike with heavy – albeit simple – RPG mechanics built right in to the experience.
Let’s review this trading simulator that likes to moonlight as an RPG Thursday through Friday nights at the place down the road.
What Bastion set out to do years ago still holds up well today, although the unique storytelling approach, in many ways, does more harm than good.
Does the 2D side-scrolling approach work well within the confines of a tactical RPG?
Was the year plus spent waiting for Wargroove worth it? Or does it live in the shadow of its spiritual predecessor, Advance Wars? Let’s find out together.
A schoolgirl and a book are transported to a realm razed by rambunctious robots. Does this rogue-lite RPG offer any more weird twists aside from its premise?
A bunch of nerds armed with Italian sandwiches hit the road to deal with the mysterious “Unnamed” in this RPG on Nintendo Switch.
Warframe offers testament that our favorite console simply doesn’t have as many limitations that it was labeled with at launch.
Tangledeep is without a doubt one of the best roguelikes to grace the Switch, offering a wealth of content and excellent exploration and combat options.
Games like Alvastia Chronicles are the reason why I continue to get excited about the next RPG release from EXE Create and KEMCO. When the team gets it right, it is hard to find a better experience within the budget tier of the traditional JRPG market.
As wondrous as it appears on the surface, in all its aqua-mechanical glory, how well does it stack up to the already massive Metroidvania Switch lineup?
Join us on an adventure that is not what it appears to be. But first, ask yourself: what does this game appear to be?
Reverie excels by evoking that nostalgic feeling while at the same time making every location feel like something completely new and innovative.
Put on your hat of choice and let’s take a stroll through the depths of Caveblazers.
It’s Super Mario Maker, but for isometric dungeons. BQM does what Nintendon’t, giving players the chance to build Zelda-style dungeons all on their own.
Evoland Legendary Edition successfully throws back to many scenarios along the adventure / RPG timeline, and is something that I think everyone should experience.
Venture out into the world of Thea, get brutally manhandled by monsters, finish a quest, gather some fish, and make it home in time for dinner.
I’ve seen things you people wouldn’t believe. Attack ships on fire off the shoulder of Eta. I watched Chaos Cannons glitter in the Dark Matter near the Halcyon 6. All those moments will be lost in time, like tears in rain. Time to review a space sim.
A man and his unending appetite set out to save the world – one meal at a time.
Mages of Mystralia makes you feel like an actual mage with its spell creation system, and who doesn’t want to be a freaking wizard from time to time?
Did you know that Firefox will call you out if you misspell “Cthulhu,” but considers that jumble of letters an accurate spelling. Isn’t technology amazing? Oh, speaking of a jumble, this is a review for a strategy game.
Asdivine Hearts turned out to be a solid budget-tiered JRPG, but does its sequel garner that same level of praise?
Legrand Legacy attempts to resurrect the creative nuances that were considered revelations when 3D JRPGS were still a relatively new adventure during the late 90s.
Double Cross promises to combine an Action Platformer with both light RPG elements and investigative gameplay. But does the game balance these elements well?