TheNerdBasement takes on a side quest in the form of Mutant Year Zero: Road to Eden on Xbox One.
Meatballsub has put a few hours into the release build of Fallout 76 on PC. Is it as bad as everyone is making it out to be?
It is finally here, but was it worth the wait? UH, YEAH.
This is going to be somewhat of a weird one today, as I’m sure that the last thing on any MMORPG player’s mind is to add complexity or overcomplicate resource gathering, but hear me out.
Today, we are talking interior design, and before you dismiss the notion whilst simultaneously revoking my man card, let me explain.
Many of the feelings I’m about to detail might be admittedly self-inflicted, but still, this is how my brain functions and thus here we are.
While this impression article will be very brief, rest assured, you can expect a detailed, full review of the game in the future.
Although I’ve been binge-playing World of Warcraft: Battle for Azeroth, it doesn’t mean that I don’t take issue with some of its core design choices.
On the N64, the RPG Oasis includes some truly stellar games, and a few we might rather forget ever existed.
The new Community feature is probably the best thing to happen to the game socially in years.
If the tightrope to success was thin for the Secret of Mana Remake, how much higher are the stakes for the Final Fantasy 7 Remake?
Before every game under the sun featured some sort of RPG mechanic, there was Parasite Eve: a unique action RPG released by Square in 1998.
Ugh, here we go again.
There are not many games as old as Makai Toushi SaGa that I would necessarily recommend playing today, but I do think it is a title worth checking out for any hardcore JRPG fan.
SaGa Frontier’s problems, as infuriating as they can be at times, still don’t deter my admiration of the game as a whole.
The Meathead Menagerie is all about recognizing the few, the proud, those guest party members who come in and wreck havoc in the blink of an eye.
The job system in the Final Fantasy series is amongst the most recognized and beloved features in the franchise.
Last week, I began my jaunt into the “olden times” with a game widely considered as the one that changed everything for the RPG genre in 1986: Dragon Quest I. Through my time with it, I fell both in love and in hate with so many of its varied aspects.
Instead of agonizing over definitive favorites, I’ve decided to simply pick pieces that evoke a strong sense of nostalgia rather than the choices necessarily being my absolute favorites of each game. That said, this list is filled to the brim with PS1 goodness, so let’s jump right into it.
Goals are a great thing to have in life. Many people strive for fame, fortune, family, and a purpose in life. Well, at the age of 5, my goal was this: beat a game called River City Ransom every single day all summer long. Yeah, I was that dork.
Ever wondered what Final Fantasy VI would look like in the HD-2D art style of Octopath Traveler? Wonder no more.
Welcome back to my RPG Music Series, where I throw out some of my personal favorite tracks of mine from across various platforms. This one in particular is going to be a doozy, so prepare yourself accordingly!
Today, in my recurring RPG Music series, we’ll be taking a look at some of my favorite tracks from various Sega Genesis RPGs.
Thinking about the release of Mario Tennis Aces over the past few days has had me revisiting my sports/RPG nostalgic reserves and, specifically, focusing in on the first sports RPG I can remember playing: Evander Holyfield’s Real Deal Boxing.
Although not the first or even necessarily best JRPG series, what Final Fantasy started back in 1987 most definitely played a large role in bringing the genre into the mainstream light, especially in the West.
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