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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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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