How does KEMCO’s first sci-fi RPG, Seek Hearts, fare on Switch? Let’s find out!
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Unsure of Regions of Ruin? So is Ali – read their review of this side-scrolling RPG with town building here!
Farabel is an experience where sacrifices must be made, but is the sacrifice of your time worth it in the end?
Space Pioneer is fun in short bursts, but will a lack of originality keep it from escaping the gravity of mediocrity?
What would you get if you fused Pokemon and Hearthstone? Cardpocalypse, I’d presume.
For what it’s trying to do, there’s nothing quite like Heroland elsewhere on the Nintendo Switch. Whether or not what Heroland tries to do is a well-realized product, however, might still be up for debate.
Pokemon has finally come to a home console, but does a more powerful platform result in a more substantial experience?
This second attempt in the Animus series offers a nice, compact, and pretty Soulslike that’s a step above its predecessor, but that still isn’t saying all that much.
The insistence on putting a novel twist on many pre-established concepts makes this Little Town story feel like a big disappointment.
Released in 1993, Breath of Fire landed on the SNES in the middle of an RPG golden age. With NSO, we have a chance to see how this game fares in the modern era.
Today, Ben reviews the Switch version of a classic JRPG that is 75% comprised of magically locked doors. That’s right – DRAGON QUEST!
Rimelands: Hammer of Thor is the game a Chaos deity would create, if given the opportunity.