If KEMCO’s usual brand of approachable JRPG goodness is up your alley, then this might be a decent introduction to deck-building roguelikes.
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Fairy Elements manages to breathe life into the age-old KEMCO/EXE Create JRPG formula, but at the cost of some perplexing design decisions.
Good, bad, or aggressively mediocre? Anything is possible when you pick up a KEMCO RPG. Let’s dive into Infinite Links and see where it falls!
Sword of Elpisia is by no means a bad experience, but its greatest flaw is offering little that is superior compared to its more favorable KEMCO peers.
Here are some first impressions of Infinite Links on Nintendo Switch.
If you’re not deterred by its unsightly graphics and obvious budget constraints, Ambition Record is a bite-sized adventure worth your time.
Curious about which games in KEMCO’s massive Switch RPG library are actually worth playing? This list should get you on the right track!
Chroma Quaternion makes great strides in refreshing some of the team’s most tired tropes, but it still falls short of matching the best they have to offer.
Here are the first 30 minutes of gameplay from Asdivine Cross on Nintendo Switch.
Here are some first impressions of Ruinverse on Nintendo Switch.
Here is some opening gameplay footage from Ruinverse on Nintendo Switch.
There’s a lot of misinformation out there when it comes to KEMCO RPGs, so let’s go over the good, the bad, and the ugly from the (in)(famous) RPG publisher.