While Paper Mario: The Origami King, in many ways, feels like it’s struggling to find its core identity, it isn’t completely without merit, either.
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Elinzia is playing a little of everything this weekend… which begs the question: when will she sleep?
With a major Switch release out today, Rich plans on tackling the title for this weekend’s gaming playlist.
With all the talk surrounding Paper Mario: The Origami King, we dare to ask a simple question: What makes a Paper Mario game a Paper Mario game?
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…?
Can Bug Fables stand the scrutiny of a diehard Paper Mario fan? Read on for some first impressions.
Journalists and enthusiasts seem determined to develop unique gaming jargon these days. Find out what “chunky” means to Evan when he discusses combat.
Twisting turn-based combat and the adventurous staples of the genre, UnderHero proves to be refreshing in a fashion similar to a certain pulpy plumber.
Rich unearths the good, bad, and unstable in this Skellboy review. Should you pick this title up immediately, or hold off on patches?
Here are some of Rich’s initial impressions of Skellboy, coming to Switch January 30th.
A trip down memory lane offers some insight into Evan Bee’s (questionable) taste in RPGs.
On the N64, the RPG Oasis includes some truly stellar games, and a few we might rather forget ever existed.