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Valkyrie Elysium Review
Valkyrie Elysium Review

While the combat to this Valkyrie Profile action RPG spin-off is top notch, the rest of the game ranges from mediocre to merely serviceable.

review by Josh Torres on 28 September, 2022

Voice of Cards: The Beasts of Burden Review
Voice of Cards: The Beasts of Burden Review

Voice of Cards: The Beasts of Burden is an overall more streamlined experience than other entries. With the frequency of releases in the series compared to the number of improvements made, the cards are starting to wear a bit thin.

review by Paige Chamberlain on 27 September, 2022

Wo Long: Fallen Dynasty isn't shaping up to be a Nioh 3, and it's all the better for it
Wo Long: Fallen Dynasty isn't shaping up to be a Nioh 3, and it's all the better for it

Team Ninja's latest go at the "masocore" genre feels like it has more in common with Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice than their own Nioh, and that's not a bad thing

preview by James Galizio on 26 September, 2022

The RPGs of 2023: Every RPG and their release dates
The RPGs of 2023: Every RPG and their release dates

We list every RPG set to release in 2023.

feature by Adam Vitale on 25 September, 2022

The Legend of Heroes: Trails from Zero Review
The Legend of Heroes: Trails from Zero Review

Western fans of The Legend of Heroes can finally officially experience this amazing lynchpin entry of the series and how the Special Support Section came together!

review by Scott White on 24 September, 2022

Harvestella has turnip with potential - Demo Impressions
Harvestella has turnip with potential - Demo Impressions

Harvestella’s demo gave me a good taste for the life simulation RPG, and I’m ready to take some more bites.

preview by Paige Chamberlain on 23 September, 2022

Theatrhythm Final Bar Line Song List: All Included, Digital Deluxe & DLC Tracks
Theatrhythm Final Bar Line Song List: All Included, Digital Deluxe & DLC Tracks

This complete Theatrhythm Final Bar Line song lists features all tracks in the base game, the digital deluxe upgrade, and all announced DLC. Comprehensive!

guide by Alex Donaldson on 22 September, 2022

Stray Blade feels like a sword still in need of some honing
Stray Blade feels like a sword still in need of some honing

While filled with a number of interesting ideas, it feels like Stray Blade hasn't quite come together yet

preview by James Galizio on 21 September, 2022

The Best RPGs Playable on Steam Deck
The Best RPGs Playable on Steam Deck

Valve's new PC handheld is a wonderful way to play a large variety of Steam's RPGs, and we're here to highlight some of the best.

feature by James Galizio on 20 September, 2022

Miasma Chronicles looks to be a promising upcoming Tactical RPG
Miasma Chronicles looks to be a promising upcoming Tactical RPG

During a session with 505 Games, we got our hands-on with The Bearded Ladies' upcoming Miasma Chronicles

preview by James Galizio on 19 September, 2022

Atelier Ryza 3: Alchemist of the End & The Secret Key interview: Junzo Hosoi on Ryza's latest adventure
Atelier Ryza 3: Alchemist of the End & The Secret Key interview: Junzo Hosoi on Ryza's latest adventure

With Ryza's last Atelier adventure on the horizon, we had a chance to talk with the game's producer and head of Gust Junzo Hosoi about what players can expect.

interview by James Galizio on 16 September, 2022

Judgment's surprise PC release offers a familiar but remarkably fresh experience that new fans shouldn't skip
Judgment's surprise PC release offers a familiar but remarkably fresh experience that new fans shouldn't skip

Judgment isn't exactly Yakuza, but it shares the same soul.

feature by Bryan Vitale on 16 September, 2022

Dragon Quest Treasures might just be 2022's hidden RPG treasure
Dragon Quest Treasures might just be 2022's hidden RPG treasure

Among a packed year for RPGs on the Switch, Dragon Quest Treasures feels like a sleeper hit in the making

preview by James Galizio on 15 September, 2022

Crisis Core: Final Fantasy VII Reunion is shaping up to be a perfect remaster
Crisis Core: Final Fantasy VII Reunion is shaping up to be a perfect remaster

Revisiting Zack Fair's journey has never been more exciting.

preview by James Galizio on 15 September, 2022

Star Ocean: The Divine Force feels like a gem in the rough
Star Ocean: The Divine Force feels like a gem in the rough

Despite a few technical hiccups, Star Ocean has never felt quite so ambitious.

preview by James Galizio on 15 September, 2022

NieR Automata: The End of YoRHa Edition is one of the most impressive Nintendo Switch ports I've played
NieR Automata: The End of YoRHa Edition is one of the most impressive Nintendo Switch ports I've played

NieR Automata's upcoming Switch conversion might just be the best port to the system yet

preview by James Galizio on 15 September, 2022

Playing through the Valkyrie Elysium demo was a lot of fun and it's mostly thanks to its Soul Chain grappling hook
Playing through the Valkyrie Elysium demo was a lot of fun and it's mostly thanks to its Soul Chain grappling hook

Despite my concerns from its initial announcement trailer, playing Valkyrie Elysium was a lot more fun than I expected.

preview by Josh Torres on 14 September, 2022

Lost Eidolons is a difficult but deep tactical RPG that will appeal to Fire Emblem fans - hands-on
Lost Eidolons is a difficult but deep tactical RPG that will appeal to Fire Emblem fans - hands-on

Lost Eidolons looks to prove itself in the crowd of tactical RPGs with its deep gameplay and higher difficulty and makes a strong case for why you should play it.

preview by Scott White on 13 September, 2022

The System Shock Remake is finally on the horizon and it can't come too soon - PAX West hands-on
The System Shock Remake is finally on the horizon and it can't come too soon - PAX West hands-on

Initially Kickstarted back in 2016, after a rocky development this remake of the first System Shock, one of the progenitors of the immersive genre, is almost here, and fans new and old should be excited.

preview by Scott White on 13 September, 2022

Arcadian Atlas looks to be a faithful homage to Final Fantasy Tactics - hands-on
Arcadian Atlas looks to be a faithful homage to Final Fantasy Tactics - hands-on

Initially a successful Kickstarter back in 2016, Arcadian Atlas had a impressive showing at this year's PAX West, showcasing great sprite work and systems that harken back to the genre's greats.

preview by Scott White on 13 September, 2022

Made in Abyss: Binary Star Falling into Darkness Review
Made in Abyss: Binary Star Falling into Darkness Review

Although it has some interesting ideas as a survival action RPG, Binary Star Falling into Darkness will primarily appeal to hardcore Made in Abyss fans and offer very little to newcomers.

review by Josh Torres on 07 September, 2022

Steelrising Review
Steelrising Review

Spiders Studio tackles a different sub-genre of RPG with Steelrising, going for a Souls-like experience this time around. While competent, it doesn't achieve much to stand out from the crowd.

review by Adam Vitale on 07 September, 2022

Choosing which version of Trails from Zero to buy is an overcomplicated mess
Choosing which version of Trails from Zero to buy is an overcomplicated mess

What should be a simple decision for Trails fans is anything but, thanks to some curious version differences

feature by James Galizio on 06 September, 2022

Final Fantasy XIV 6.2 has been the best patch to be a raider
Final Fantasy XIV 6.2 has been the best patch to be a raider

For those of us tackling hardcore raids, Final Fantasy XIV patch 6.2 has been a godsend for actually being able to enjoy the game

feature by James Galizio on 01 September, 2022

The RPGs of 2022: Every RPG and their release dates
The RPGs of 2022: Every RPG and their release dates

We list every RPG set to release in 2022.

feature by Adam Vitale on 01 September, 2022

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