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!
by Scott White on 24 September, 2022
428: Shibuya Scramble Review
Inventive, thrilling and brilliantly executed, 428: Shibuya Scramble is a masterpiece of the visual novel genre.
by Josh Torres on 03 September, 2018
Zwei: The Arges Adventure Review
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
Ys Seven Review
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
The Legend of Heroes: Trails in the Sky the 3rd Review
An amazing entry in the Trails series that makes fantastic strides to the series in unconventional ways.
by Bryan Vitale on 03 May, 2017
Criminal Girls: Invite Only Review
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
Gurumin 3D: A Monstrous Adventure Review
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 Review
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
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
Summon Night 5 Review
How does this Strategy RPG stack up?
by Adam Vitale on 10 January, 2016
The Legend of Heroes: Trails in the Sky Second Chapter - Video Review
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
Amnesia: Memories Review
This visual novel tells a good story, but a big flaw ruins a lot of the experience.
by Elizabeth Henges on 30 August, 2015
Ys VI: The Ark of Napishtim Video Review
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
Toukiden: Kiwami Review
This excellent game is far more than a simple port.
by Zack Reese on 12 April, 2015
Brandish: The Dark Revenant Review
Solid fundamentals make this remake a worthwhile entry-level dungeon crawler.
by Adam Vitale on 20 January, 2015
Elminage Gothic Review
A dungeon-crawler that will test your patience
by Adam Vitale on 06 October, 2014
DanganRonpa 2: Goodbye Despair Review
The Battle Between Hope and Despair Rages On!
by David Kreinberg on 28 August, 2014
Legend of Heroes: Trails in the Sky Video Review
We take a look at the enhanced re-release of the first title in the trilogy.
by Zack Reese on 11 August, 2014
Toukiden: Age of Demons Review
A few caveats hold back what is otherwise a well-made game that is worth a look.
by Zack Reese on 13 February, 2014
Danganronpa: Trigger Happy Havoc Review
The intense battle between hope and despair has begun!
by David Kreinberg on 11 February, 2014
Class of Heroes II Review
Whether you are a newcomer or an adept, this game is certainly in a class (thank you) of its own.
by Zack Reese on 05 June, 2013
Final Fantasy Type-0 Import Review
Without a western release in sight, we make the case for one of the best games in the series.
by Erren Van Duine on 11 August, 2012
Corpse Party Review
A terrifying tale of ghosts and gore in a haunted elementary school.
by RPG Site Staff on 18 January, 2012
Shin Megami Tensei: Persona 2 - Innocent Sin Review
Atlus' PSX cult classic finally makes its way out of Japan, but can it still hold up to today's RPGs?
by Jorge S Fernandez on 17 January, 2012
Legend of Heroes: Trails in the Sky Review
Equal parts fun and emotionally provocative, this handheld title is well worth your time and money.
by Zack Reese on 24 June, 2011