Posts Tagged ‘rpg’
Already veterans of two successful Kickstarter campaigns, developers KING Art have today announced the launch of their next project, a Kickstarter for mass battle action RPG The Dwarves. Based on a five volume series of novels ...
If you ever wanted to make an RPG fan feel old, mention Wizardry, Ultima and Bard’s Tale in a single press release. Well done, Tactical Simulations Interactive (TSI). But it’s not just about the name of the games ...
It’s not easy being the Vice President of the World. Public approval ratings are down, citizens are rioting in the streets, and Moonbucks coffee seems to be turning the citizens into mindless slaves. Right off the bat, Citizens...
Although it can't quite live up to the excellence of the original Tales of Xillia, Xillia 2 is nonetheless a well polished and highly enjoyable game. Avid Tales fans will need no urging to add it to their collection, but anyone...
Seven Dragon Saga may sound like any other forthcoming RPG announcement – promises of a great combat system, important choices, an original world and the like, things we hear regularly. Except… when it is being deve...
At heart, I feel I am an explorer. Unfortunately, this is offset by being lazy, but when a game presents me with chances to see what is over the next horizon without actually needing to walk there, consider me interested. Thus,...
When your kingdom’s being threatened by monsters, what’s a girl to do? For Princess Plume, the answer is clear – take up a sword, and become the Battle Princess. Aided by her servants, allies and friends, Plume is r...
The world of Gamindustri is ruled by four beautiful “CPUs” – goddesses who are used to being the most important people around. Unfortunately, thanks to the rise of pop idol group MOB48, no one is paying the CPUs any attention a...
In the original Mugen Souls, the so-called undisputed goddess Chou-Chou made it her mission to take over the seven worlds and turn their inhabitants into her peons. Not content with that, she decides to go after another twelve ...
Sorcery Saga may start out as a simple, fun roguelike, but once it gets you hooked, it ramps up the difficulty to the point where the fun of a hard challenge starts to pale against the frustration of yet another stupid or unfor...
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