Trails of Cold Steel IV, the final game in Nihon Falcom’s epic JRPG saga, comes to PS4 this (northern) fall, and to Switch and PC next year.
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Furuya Masayuki’s ‘void tRrLM(); //Void Terrarium’ casts you as a robot trying to care forthe last surviving human in a post-apocalyptic world.
The Caligula Effect: Overdose trades the world-saving typical of JRPGs for a deep dive into the philosophy of free will and escapism, to brilliant effect.
A heartfelt interactive fairy-tale about love, trust, and the power of a genuine apology, The Liar Princess and the Blind Prince is a stunning achievement.
September was a busy month with a lot of fantastic games, and these nine are the best of the best. Spider-Man’s a given, but what else makes the cut?
Disgaea 1 Complete gives a total graphical overhaul to a 15-year-old game, and in the process brings an iconic TRPG to modern consoles.
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.
When first announced, SNK Heroines: Tag Team Frenzy looked great, but the final product is one of the worst games we’ve ever played.
By giving players the ability to knock down walls, Labyrinth of Refrain cleverly subverts the whole dungeon crawler genre, to great effect.
Jumping into God Wars: The Complete Legend now that it’s finally out on Switch? Here are some tips to help you get started.