RPG

Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot – Review

Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot – Review

The time has finally come for the highly-anticipated ‘Dragon Ball’ RPG, Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot, to be released. It is one of the first RPGs in this anime’s franchise and it revolves around Kakar... Read More »

Site Score
5.0
Drawngeon: Dungeons of Ink and Paper – Review

Drawngeon: Dungeons of Ink and Paper – Review

A lot of indie games have seen the light on the Switch the last few years, arguably perhaps too many. It became a weird combination of big game titles that include Mario and friends, with on the other... Read More »

Site Score
4.5
Vampire: The Masquerade – Coteries of New York – Review

Vampire: The Masquerade – Coteries of New York – Review

Vampire: The Masquerade has quite the history. Starting out as a tabletop role-playing game back in 1991, it has spawned countless tie-ins such as card games, comic books and most notably for us, seve... Read More »

Site Score
7.0
Neverwinter Nights: Enhanced Edition (PS4) – Review

Neverwinter Nights: Enhanced Edition (PS4) – Review

Neverwinter Nights is an absolute classic, that already got an Enhanced Edition for PC around April 2018. Apparently, for some reason (money?) the game now also got a release on Nintendo Switch, PS4, ... Read More »

Site Score
7.5
Corpse Party 2: Dead Patient – Review

Corpse Party 2: Dead Patient – Review

Where a lot of anime-looking video games actually are adaptations of earlier mangas and shows, Corpse Party is a bit different. It actually started out as a game that got released in 1996, and later o... Read More »

Site Score
8.5
Destiny Connect: Tick-Tock Travelers – Review

Destiny Connect: Tick-Tock Travelers – Review

NIS America is known to support a big range of developers that often create very quirky RPG games. The publisher doesn’t shy away to release games that revolve around very busty heroines or games th... Read More »

Site Score
7.9
Paranoia: Happiness is Mandatory – Review

Paranoia: Happiness is Mandatory – Review

In an ideal world, everyone lives in peace, but as long as there are humans, there will be problems. In Alpha Complex you work for Friend Computer and stop those who oppose the idyllic refuge. You are... Read More »

Site Score
9.0
Stack your cards right in A Long Way Down from 16 January forward

Stack your cards right in A Long Way Down from 16 January forward

Indie publisher Goblinz Studio has a whole list of games set to launch in the next year, all of them sounding more than a little enticing. Now it has been announced that A Long Way Down, developed by ... Read More »

MISTOVER – Review

MISTOVER – Review

Most Japanese role-playing games are set in a nice, colorful and light world, but sometimes setting these kinds of games in very dark scenery makes for some pretty interesting scenarios. In the game M... Read More »

Site Score
9.0
Star Ocean: First Departure R – Review

Star Ocean: First Departure R – Review

Back in 1996, developer tri-Ace and publisher Square Enix first introduced us to the world of Star Ocean. Back then, the game was only available in Japan and while several sequels got an international... Read More »

Site Score
8.0
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