Is the overhauled version of this 3DS dungeon crawler worth playing?
An avian humanoid with an impressive firearms arsenal aims to keep the legacy of his country alive in this RPG-lite platformer.
A man in uncomfortably tight jeans seeks out fabled treasures in this 26 year old isometric action adventure RPG platformer.
A massive departure from your standard EXE Create developed fare, but how does it actually perform?
Is one of the last rogue-lite titles of 2018 also one of its best, or is it a bit too pocket-sized for its own good?
How does this roguelite platformer fare on the Switch?
If you’re looking for the definitive kingdom-building strategy sim, it doesn’t get much better than this.
Meatballsub attempts to set his fanboyism aside in order to review one of his favorite RPGs from the NES era.
Knights of Pen and Paper 2 plays off most of the same framework that was laid out by its predecessor, for better or worse.
God Wars is a tactical RPG that follows a party seeking answers on a path full of questions.
Does Monster Boy capture the spirit of its predecessors and carry the franchise into the Modern Era?
An RPG that teaches us that more than just obesity can come out of consuming an excessive amount of food.
Let’s find out if the follow up to Mercenaries Saga Chronicles, Mercenaries Wings, improves upon its forbears.
Cattails is surprisingly fun and full of depth despite suffering from some design and mechanical setbacks.
Does the blend of old and new do anything beyond cashing in on the Pokémon GO hype, or does it actually prove to be worth the time of any Pokémon fan?
The balance found in Moonlighter between dungeon diving and shop keeping creates an addictive gameplay loop that will keep you saying, “One more run. One more run.”
Crystalis is easily one of the best actions RPGs to come out of the NES era, but is the collection worth buying based on it alone?
OK K.O.! Let’s Play Heroes puts us in the shoes of a young aspiring child named K.O., that will stop at nothing to become a real hero.
In theory, an “infinitely replayable” Symphony of the Night-esque game sounds incredible, but is it enough to win CHASM premium status in an already heavily competitive subgenre?
Diablo III: Eternal Collection proves to be a shining example of a console port done right.
Revenant Dogma, not to be confused with the earlier release from the same company, Revenant Saga, is the latest in over a half dozen releases as of late to land on this platform. But is it worth a look?
In Dragon Sinker, the developers strive to create a throwback to the bygone NES era of RPGs, while infusing the story, characters, and gameplay with modern amenities. Do they succeed in this goal, or does all that nostalgia come crashing down around them?
Disgaea 5 is a game that, on paper, I shouldn’t love, but I decide to give it a shot anyways. How does it shape up to my personal tastes?
Fernz Gate is a traditional JRPG that strives to balance classic tropes with modern innovations – a balancing act that can either create a impressive gaming experience or go horribly wrong.
This board game RPG has complex mechanics and smooth gameply, but it stumbles in one key department.
KAMIKO sports a pixel-art, top down platforming experience across 4 different levels with 3 unique heroes to choose from that is more or less a joy to play, but is it a must-buy for enthusiasts of the sub-genre?