Best Dungeons – SwitchRPG Awards 2020

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Over the last two weeks of December, we are announcing the winners of the Third Annual SwitchRPG Awards. We’ll be announcing new winners every weekday, leading up to a final announcement on January 1st for RPG of the Year!


Best Dungeons

Which dungeons feature the best puzzles, most fearsome foes, and the greatest and most engaging challenges?


Xenoblade Chronicles: Definitive Edition

CrossCode

Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE Encore

Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles Remastered Edition

And the Winner Is…

Staff Winner: CrossCode

Although it was very close between CrossCode and Tokyo Mirage Sessions, the former ultimately edged out the latter. The long-awaited indie action RPG CrossCode excels in multiple areas, with one of the most impressive features being its dungeons. These locations are often integral to the story, and typically test the player’s mettle in terms of platforming, puzzle solving, and combat prowess. In this way, Crosscode is comparable to the classic Zelda titles we all know and love…if they were actually RPGs (#ZeldaIsAnRPG #ZeldaIsNotAnRPG).


Community Pick: Tokyo Mirage Sessions: #FE Encore

In our first stalemate, the community poll was equally split between Tokyo Mirage Sessions and Xenoblade Chronicles. In the end, however, Tokyo Mirage Sessions was crowned the winner after receiving 56.1% of the tiebreaker votes.


What are your thoughts on the winners? If you disagree with the results, what would you have preferred to make the cut? Let us know, and stay tuned tomorrow for another award announcement!

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Ben T.

Ben

Owner, Webmaster, and Content Creator. Lifelong RPG fan. Husband. Dog Dad. Beer Enthusiast. Weight Lifter.

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Mark Portman
Mark Portman
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9 months ago

I’m glad the community choice is differentiated. I think the Switchrpg staff are making good calls with their choices. 🙂

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