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.
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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.
The Alliance Alive certainly deserves to release in a year of RPG powerhouses, offering a delightfully deep and immensely enjoyable experience.
Developer Flight School Studio has found a way to combine exploration, fast paced hack-and-slash, pinball, and dungeon crawling all into one neat package that doesn’t overstay its welcome.
Does this sequel to the lovable builder/JRPG hybrid – Dragon Quest Builders – go above the accolades of its predecessor, or does it fall just short of that feat? Let’s find out!
Siralim 3’s greatness is in its ability to build simple upon simple, ending up with something truly unique and far, far from where this original concept started.
What if Retro City Rumble and Shakedown: Hawaii were merged with Rogue? The answer is one of the more unique roguelikes on Switch, and boy, is it fun.