Chronus Arc Review
This download-only tribute to the 16-bit RPG era is a difficult to recommend grindfest.
by Alex Donaldson on 30 November, 2015
Chase: Cold Case Investigations Review
For Cing fans searching to relive that Hotel Dusk experience, this short adventure maybe a let down.
by Andrea Kasparian on 16 November, 2016
Corpse Party PC Review
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
Final Fantasy Explorers Review
Choose your job and embark on a boring adventure
by Simon Chun on 04 February, 2016
Miitopia Nintendo Switch Review
This enhanced Switch port of Miitopia brings new hope for Miikind but fails to tune some of the annoyances.
by Paige Chamberlain on 19 June, 2021
7th Dragon III Code: VFD Review
A straightforward dungeon crawler that may captivate those who can't get enough of the genre, but is a little too streamlined to be interesting.
by Adam Vitale on 07 July, 2016
Lord of Magna: Maiden Heaven Review
An innkeeper leads a squadron of beautiful amnesiacs through this charming game full of heart.
by Josh Torres on 06 June, 2015
Weapon Shop de Omasse Review
Weapon Shop de Omasse has a promising and humorous premise, but repetitive and uneven gameplay mar the experience.
by Elizabeth Henges on 19 March, 2014
Dragon Fantasy Book II Review
Ogden continues his adventures in Dragon Fantasy Book II in an upgraded 16-bit format, but the entry feels like it's two steps forward and three steps back from Book I.
by Elizabeth Henges on 26 October, 2013
Final Fantasy Anniversary Edition Review
After multiple remakes on rereleases on everything from the PS1 to the GBA and Wonderswan Color, FF1 arrives in this, a version claimed to be the most complete.
by Alex Donaldson on 23 August, 2009
Monster Hunter Generations Ultimate Review
We take a look at Monster Hunter Generations Ultimate, and see how it holds up on the Switch.
by James Galizio on 28 August, 2018
The Alliance Alive Review
Cattle Call tries to make improvements on their previous RPG outing, but not to great effect.
by Adam Vitale on 26 March, 2018
Story of Seasons: Trio of Towns Review
There's just enough in this newest installment to keep you hooked.
by Andrea Kasparian on 09 March, 2017
Zero Time Dilemma Review
The ultimate conclusion to the Zero Escape series is here - but was it worth the wait?
by Erren Van Duine and Josh Torres on 25 June, 2016
Fire Emblem Fates: Birthright Review
This strategy RPG sequel is simple and accessible, but will satisfy hardcore RPG fans less than the other Fire Emblem Fates releases.
by Alex Donaldson on 25 May, 2016
Return to PopoloCrois: A Story of Seasons Fairytale Review
An unusual mash up of a little known RPG series and the rebranded Harvest Moon, Return to PopoloCrois is a simple game, but also an enjoyable romp.
by Elizabeth Henges on 01 April, 2016
The Legend of Zelda: Tri Force Heroes Review
This Zelda spin-off is successful when you can get three players together, but feels much more empty solo.
by Alex Donaldson on 16 November, 2015
Stella Glow Review
This narrative isn’t the most enticing, but it’s a serviceable story that will keep players intrigued from beginning to end.
by Simon Chun on 13 November, 2015
The Legend of Legacy Review
Some unique combat tweaks brought down by repetitive structure and minimalistic narrative.
by Adam Vitale on 08 October, 2015
Etrian Mystery Dungeon Review
While mechanically sound, too many conveniences make Etrian Mystery Dungeon more mundane than it needs to be
by Adam Vitale on 06 April, 2015
Pokemon: Omega Ruby/Alpha Sapphire Review
Game Freak takes Pokemon Ruby and Sapphire into the third dimension, but the remakes lack the polish to make them truly glimmer.
by Elizabeth Henges on 27 December, 2014
Fantasy Life Review
Level-5's town-centric RPG has brilliant mechanics, but still struggles to shine.
by Alex Donaldson on 28 September, 2014
Conception II Review
Time to put on a little Marvin Gaye - we're making babies.
by Zack Reese on 24 April, 2014
Inazuma Eleven 3 Review
The third entry in Level 5's soccer RPG comes west on the 3DS - and we investigate.
by Alex Donaldson on 02 October, 2013
Mario & Luigi: Dream Team Review
Adam takes a look at the latest installment in the quirky RPG series
by Adam Vitale on 16 September, 2013