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?
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While there might be something here for everyone to enjoy, your view of what makes turn-based Metroidvania fun or problematic is sure to be divisive.
In New Game Plus, we take a look at previously released games that have received recent content updates. First up, Mega Crit’s Slay the Spire.
Though its presentation might not blow your socks off, there’s something simple and charming about this old-school, first-person RPG.
Does this dice and deck strategy title bring enough to the tabletop in order to please a diehard fan of such mechanics? Read on and find out@
Elias dons the role of tactician once more, but does she find these remakes of classic titles to be an uphill battle?
After playing too many strategy RPGs, Evan has some choice words for those working on a title in the subgenre.
Tokyo Mirage Sessions is a magical anomaly. Evan attempts to explain its complexities before a full review.
Evan’s been working up a sweat for the past two months- but is this fitness workout a suitable RPG?
For what it’s trying to do, there’s nothing quite like Heroland elsewhere on the Nintendo Switch. Whether or not what Heroland tries to do is a well-realized product, however, might still be up for debate.
Pokemon has finally come to a home console, but does a more powerful platform result in a more substantial experience?
The Alliance Alive certainly deserves to release in a year of RPG powerhouses, offering a delightfully deep and immensely enjoyable experience.