This year’s Brasil Game Show is in full swing and Sega is one of its biggest highlights thanks to its demo of Persona 3 Reload, the remake to the PlayStation 2 Atlus classic.
Larian Studios’ Baldur’s Gate 3 is a bold take on the legendary series based on the D&D property; a massive effort that is definitely not perfect, and that’s what makes it so compelling.
Review: Might & Magic: Clash of Heroes Definitive Edition takes another crack at a puzzle/RPG match made in heaven
Might & Magic: Clash of Heroes gets yet another go at capturing a whole new audience with its incredibly easy to grasp and deeply rewarding gameplay.
Trails into Reverie marks the end of one of gaming’s longest running, consecutive released series, with Trails of Cold Steel, and a fresh beginning for another if NIS America has anything to say about it.
Atlus’ re-release of the first three games in the series through Etrian Odyssey Origins Collection isn’t the ideal compilation for these classic portable RPGs, but it’s the best one that we’re likely to get.
There’s nothing out there quite like Darkest Dungeon 2, one of the moodiest game experiences you’re ever bound to have.
Dredge delivers a deceptively simple premise that’s sure to grab you and keep you enthralled til the very end.
A surprising mix of RTS and RPG, GrimGrimoire is one of the PlayStation 2’s most gorgeous games, and now it’s making a return in HD form.
Shattered Heaven aims to save humanity through deep TCG battling, a dash of dungeon-crawling, and a whole lot of dramatic life-or-death choices along the way.
Pathfinder: Kingmaker is a solid game, severely hampered by technical and control limitations on consoles.