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.
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.
Does Puzzle Quest on Switch end up feeling like more of the same, or is that enough to satisfy a puzzle fiend?
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.
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.
In Archlion Saga, KEMCO and Hit Point Co set out to create a self-aware budget RPG that strips away the fluff, getting to the core of the RPG experience.
Grandia’s lighthearted approach to the JRPG genre makes a heavy impact even 20 + years after its initial release.
Amidst an ever-increasing pile of roguelikes on the Nintendo Switch comes Lost Castle. A new-to-Switch title that boasts 150+ weapons, 80+ items, randomly generated everything, and four-player co-op. Sadly, it almost feels like I’ve heard all of this before.
A wonderful throwback to the Igarashi-directed Castlevania titles that is only held back by questionable performance.
This retro-inspired open-world RPG is a doomsday prepper’s dream come true.