Root Letter: Last Answer’s “Drama Mode” replaces hand-drawn art with photography, doubling down on the tourist appeal of the game.
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Metal Max Xeno shares the same sort of dystopian desert world and fascination with vehicular combat as Mad Max, but with a very JRPG approach.
Jumping into God Wars: The Complete Legend now that it’s finally out on Switch? Here are some tips to help you get started.
With its Japanese mythology and tight SRPG gameplay, God Wars was one of the best games of last year. In its jump to Switch, it’s got even better.
The Lost Child is an low-budget but captivating dungeon crawler that draws on a wealth of different mythologies to flesh out its menagerie of collectible demons.
God Wars: Future Past captures the simple charm of Final Fantasy Tactics like no other game, and uses that to tell a beautiful story of Japanese folklore.
RPG Maker Fes may not have the power or commercial possibilities of its PC bretheren, but it’s still a great, easy introduction to the world of game making.
Despite the limitations of the visual novel form, Root Letter delivers one of the most compelling experiences of digital tourism ever seen in a game.