Mark my words: Ara Fell: Enhanced Edition will be a strong contender for best 16-bit inspired JRPG to come to Switch this year.
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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?
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As a higher-budget indie release, is Ashen massive enough to be considered a worthy expedition? Rich takes on this quiet Soulslike to find out.
In a year already stacked with a number of quality Switch RPG releases, Star Ocean: First Departure R has been a pleasant, budget-friendly surprise.
When all is said and done, MISTOVER should be considered a masterpiece of the genre- severely punishing, but a masterpiece nonetheless.
A journey to salvage a scintillating steampunk world from the clutches of a man hellbent on seeing its destruction? Sign me up.
Dragon Quest XI S: Definitive Edition is not only a love letter to fans of the traditional JRPG, it also serves as an easy-to-digest point of entry for newcomers to the age-old genre.
Ni No Kuni embodies every child’s dream of becoming the hero – or heroine – of their own fantasy tale, but spins it in such a way that is inviting to even the most seasoned of adventurers.