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Be warned, in a game without control-scheme details, a forgetful player might find this short title unbearable.
Come for the magical brick wall waifu, stay for the excellent combat, unique character progression, strong story, and bonus features galore.
You’ll have fun plumbing the depths with this squad-based strategy title, until you realize the variety is a bit shallow.
While Summer in Mara won’t be enjoyed by those looking for thrilling action, there is plenty of charm in this tropical tale of a girl and her boat.
As the first major “Trails” release on Nintendo consoles, Trails of Cold Steel III offers little to excite players entering the series for the first time.
Ancestors Legacy impressively translates the often control-heavy RTS formula to the Nintendo Switch, though its RPG elements are nonexistent.
Project Warlock pays tribute to the early ’90s first-person shooters while freshening the experience through its use of RPG mechanics.
The best way to counter a creativity crisis is to bring your comic book to life in order to “duke” it out in roguelite, shoot’em up fashion.
Demon’s Tier+ does a respectable job of blending the rogue-like genre with twin stick shooting and RPG elements.
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.