We take a quick look at Capcom's new ARPG.
by David Kreinberg on 01 January, 1970
Alex goes hands on with FFXI for the 360, but how does an old game match up on a new console?
by Alex Donaldson on 28 May, 2006
Roger falls into the most deeply involving single player experience ever, and still manages to come out with his thumbs intact.
by Roger Broomfield on 03 August, 2006
Zack goes on a deep-sea adventure with the latest title from System Shock developer Irrational Games, BioShock.
by Zack Reese on 05 August, 2006
However it's looked at -- an answer to the PS3's exclusive Final Fantasy, the title that they need to break Japan or even the first multi-disk 360 game, Blue Dragon is undoubtedly very important to Microsoft. How can it change the next gen?
by Alex Donaldson on 30 November, 2006
Megaton or bomba? How many nuke references can we make?
by Michael O'Connor on 12 September, 2008
Can Fable II fulfill the leftover promises from the first title?
by Alex Donaldson on 20 October, 2008
We take a look at the PC version of TLR. Has anything changed?
by Alex Donaldson on 20 March, 2009
Traditional throwbacks and brilliant innovations collide in this latest JRPG offering from Mistwalker Studios.
by Roger Broomfield on 14 April, 2009
As the sequel to one of the most popular and successful RPGs of this generation so far, Mass Effect 2 has a lot of high expectations to live up to. We take a look at the E3 build.
by Alex Donaldson on 14 June, 2009
Dragon Age: Origins has been living in the shadow of Bioware's other big titles lately, but at E3 EA thrust it into the spotlight so we could see what it's all about.
Science Fiction is a genre that is more often in RPGs, though few Japanese made ones actually go the full whack and are a huge RPG romp through space. Enter the Star Ocean series...
by Alex Donaldson on 17 June, 2009
By "Enchanted Arms" they literally mean an Enchanted Arm, not an enchanted weapon, by the way.
by Alex Donaldson on 14 July, 2009
THQ's latest RPG lets you play as one of the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse - a pretty awesome concept - but is it as fun as the premise suggests? Katie checks it out.
by Katie Punsly on 07 August, 2009
We chat to the Director and Producer of Final Fantasy XIII, Square Enix's Motomu Toriyama and Yoshinori Kitase and try to squeeze some new tidbits of information about the game from them.
by Alex Donaldson on 20 August, 2009
We take a look at Bioware's next-gen RPG.
by Alex Donaldson on 22 August, 2009
Ten years in the making - have Silicon Knights dragged Too Human from the depths of Development Hell?
by Alex Donaldson on 23 August, 2009
Is there much to discover in Tri-Ace's Xbox 360 RPG?
by Alex Donaldson on 24 August, 2009
The first 'Tales' game on the Xbox 360 has finally arrived in Europe - but was it worth the wait?
by Dave Ward on 25 August, 2009
We talk to experienced voice actor Liam O'Brien about his work on Tales of Vesperia, Darksiders, and more!
by Dave Ward on 31 August, 2009
We chat to Danielle Judovits about her work on Tales of Vesperia, The Batman, X-Men and more!
by Dave Ward on 07 September, 2009
We talk to Sam Riegel about his time on Tales of Vesperia, Eternal Sonata and the second coming of one of the greatest cartoons ever!
by Dave Ward on 11 September, 2009
In part one of our interview with Tales of Vesperia's Troy Baker we chat about his voice acting work, how he got into the business and his music!
by Dave Ward on 17 September, 2009
We take a look at the European release of the exclusive crossover mash-up RPG for PS3.
by Alex Donaldson on 17 September, 2009
We go hands-on with the result of a surprising partnership between Square Enix and PopCap games, a fusion of the RPG and Puzzle genres for Xbox Live Arcade and Windows.
by Alex Donaldson on 27 September, 2009