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Metroidvania RPG 'Heart Forth, Alicia' Could Come To Wii U
Joining the ranks of other noteworthy and nostalgia-inducing titles from the crowd-funding platform, is a title from Alonso Martin and crew called Heart Forth, Alicia.
Secrets Of Grindea Pre-Orders Available, Brings Back SNES Co-op RPG Action
Secrets of Grindea has recently been made available in its Early Access form, with pre-order tiers offering gamers various forms of content and goodies for a set amount of money.
Black Desert Character Creation Video Shows Off Extreme Customization Options
As you can see in the video, the graphics look phenomenal and I might be pressed to say that this has some of the best character visual and animation effects that I've seen in an MMO.
Destiny Of Spirits Is Bland As Hell, But Oddly Addictive
If you were to mix the monster collecting of Pokemon with the turn-based battle system of the original Final Fantasy, trim away a lot of the depth and plug in an oddly potent dose of addictiveness, you’d be left with Destiny of Spirits, the free to play downloadable title available exclusively on the PlayStation Vita.
Bound By Flame Shows Off Combat In New Video
Bound by Flame is nearly ready to launch, officially becoming the first RPG to arrive on next-gen consoles. Hence, the developers at Spiders Studios have decided to show off some of the game’s action-heavy, yet strategic combat on display for the PlayStation 4.
Review: Ragnarok Odyssey ACE Is Worth A Second Adventure
Ragnarok Odyssey ACE offers up new content and various other bells and whistles that are worth a look-see for fans of the original, and might even convert some of those who were originally unwilling to take the plunge.
Dark Souls 2 Graphics Downgrade Affects Steam's Store Page
GameSpot is reporting that the press release bullshots that Bandai Namco released during the early days of promoting Dark Souls II has caused quite a stir. So much so that the company had the screenshots removed from Steam's store page, as it could be conveyed as false advertising.
Heroine's Quest Launches On Steam For Free And It's A Real Game
Heroine's Quest: The Herald of Ragnarok is one of those real games. It was made to be fun, made to be played and in a really strange twist... it's free.
Wii U's Upcoming RPGs, Racing Games Get Spotlight Videos
There are 120 games coming out for the Wii U. Indie games, I might add. Some of them look awesome, some of them look lame, some of them look good, some of them look bad and some of them look downright freaking amazing.
Shadowrun Returns: Dragonfall Impressions: Sidequests... Sidequests Galore
There have been quite a few complaints about Harebrained Schemes' isometric, cyberpunk RPG expansion, Shadowrun: Returns Dragonfall. However, there's one complaint that seems a bit misplaced: the sidequests.
Incredible Adventures Of Van Helsing II Pre-Orders Start Now
If you're still in the mood for a good isometric, hack-and-slash RPG, then Neocore Games is looking to provide you with the fix you so eagerly seek.
Shadowrun Returns Dragonfall Impressions: A True Love-Letter To Cyberpunk Fans
I've had more time to put into Dragonfall for Shadowrun Returns, and the game just keeps getting better and better. Oh wow is it a far cry from the original Dead Man's Switch.
Celestian Tales: Old North Returns To Kickstarter With A Vengeance
Ekuator Games, an Indonesian based studio, has decided to revamp and come back to the Kickstarter space after narrowly missing their campaign the first time around.
Shadowrun Returns: Dragonfall - First Impressions: Better Than The Original
I haven't beaten Dragonfall, yet. I'm still early on and I'm still getting into the thick of things, but I've played enough to at least compare the expansion (and it is an expansion) to the original, and so far it's doing a lot more and better things than the original outing.
Muramasa Rebirth Gets 'A Cause To Daikon For' DLC Next Week
You can’t keep a good farmer down, it would seem, as Aksys Games announced the second bit of downloadable content for PlayStation Vita action game, Muramasa Rebirth, the somewhat enigmatically named “Genroku Legends: A Cause to Daikon For.” It’s heading to the PlayStation Network in the US on Feb. 25, and Europe the following day.