Inventive, thrilling and brilliantly executed, 428: Shibuya Scramble is a masterpiece of the visual novel genre.
by Josh Torres on 03 September, 2018
2018 is shaping up to be just as exciting as 2017!
by Zack Reese on 27 August, 2018
Third Edition's comprehensive look into the Compilation of Final Fantasy VII is a great read for any Final Fantasy fan.
by Elizabeth Henges on 24 July, 2018
It's great that English players can finally get their hands on this game, but it's hard to say it is anything special or interesting.
by Adam Vitale on 24 January, 2018
Trails in the Sky the 3rd is a great game, but a high barrier to entry makes it difficult to fairly judge.
by Bryan Vitale on 04 January, 2018
You voted, we counted: here are your top ten games of 2017, RPG fans.
by RPG Site Staff on 29 December, 2017
There's a reason why this tactical RPG is so deserving of its accolades as Zack takes a look back at one of the pinnacle titles of the genre.
by Zack Reese on 25 December, 2017
Where's the fun in doing things the normal way when you can completely exploit it?
by Elizabeth Henges on 23 December, 2017
With Final Fantasy turning 30 and Final Fantasy XV's journey ending next year, we take a look back into the compilation that was the series' image for the past 10 years.
by Chelsi Laire on 19 December, 2017
A PSP original entry in the YS series makes its way to PC, how does it hold up?
by Adam Vitale on 29 August, 2017
Everything you need to know about the mysterious Doors inside Phantasma.
by Chao Min Wu on 09 May, 2017
An amazing entry in the Trails series that makes fantastic strides to the series in unconventional ways.
by Bryan Vitale on 03 May, 2017
A near-direct port of the handheld release that delivers an enjoyable experience - if you don't mind all the fanservice.
by Zack Reese on 02 February, 2017
A cute action RPG / Platformer that harkenes back to the PS1/N64 era, Gurumin is a fun adventure with charming characters that doesn't overstay its welcome.
by Adam Vitale on 28 October, 2016
Phantom Brave PC is the definitive version of the Nippon Ichi RPG... and the game itself is pretty good, to boot.
by Elizabeth Henges on 24 July, 2016
While Corpse Party attempts to tell an interesting tale, the PC port is clearly inferior to the PSP remake, and the narrative suffers as a result.
by Elizabeth Henges on 11 May, 2016
How does this Strategy RPG stack up?
by Adam Vitale on 10 January, 2016
On the biggest day of our awards, we reveal our picks for est Indie, Best Small Screen, Best Big Screen, and Best Overall RPG of the Year!
by RPG Site Staff on 02 January, 2016
On our first day of announcements, we reveal Best Tangential, Best Writing & Story Execution, Best Score/Soundtrack, Biggest Surprise, and One to Watch.
by Adam Reese and RPG Site Staff on 30 December, 2015
This localized release has been an incredible labour of love, but it feels like it was all worthwhile - this is a modern classic in waiting.
by Adam Vitale on 03 December, 2015
Concert producer and Final Fantasy fanboy Thomas Böcker takes us behind the scenes of the successful concert series.
by Alex Donaldson on 12 October, 2015
This visual novel tells a good story, but a big flaw ruins a lot of the experience.
by Elizabeth Henges on 30 August, 2015
We take a look at the latest Ys game to arrive on Steam. So how does a game that came out in 2003 hold up in 2015?
by Zack Reese on 05 May, 2015
This excellent game is far more than a simple port.
by Zack Reese on 12 April, 2015