Project Warlock pays tribute to the early ’90s first-person shooters while freshening the experience through its use of RPG mechanics.
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Catharsis is being able to play a faithful follow-up to a game released sixteen years ago. But is Bug Fables better than the RPGs that precede it…?
Xenoblade’s unwavering quality – even after almost a decade – proves it’s worthy to stand among the other “greats” of the genre.
Boot Hill Bounties is a bit rough around the edges, but features a great narrative, interesting characters, engaging systems, and a fascinating western world.
In a sea of Metroidvanias on Switch, Shinsekai provides an underwater-focused experience that is well worth your time.
We check in on the monthly “Is Zelda an RPG?” debate with a review of last year’s big release: Link’s Awakening.
Mark my words: Ara Fell: Enhanced Edition will be a strong contender for best 16-bit inspired JRPG to come to Switch this year.
Does this dice and deck strategy title bring enough to the tabletop in order to please a diehard fan of such mechanics? Read on and find out@
Elias gets a taste of some gathering and questing comfort food, but is Snack World meaty enough elsewhere to an experience to be worth savoring?
Rogue Legacy is all about family businesses gone wrong, and I’m in love with it.
In this game, you play the role of a pair of scientists. But does that mean it’s an RPG?
Roguelikes often try to keep players out of their later levels, but Children of Morta keeps it all in the family with persistent level-ups, buffs, and checkpoints.