Kingdoms of Amalur: Re-Reckoning hits a bit different a decade later, but still finds that satisfying RPG loop that the original thrived on.
The Dawn of the Witch puts an interesting spin on the popular magic academy setting, though pacing suffers in an overstuffed first volume.
Warhammer: Chaosbane – Slayer Edition is the best, most complete version of a servicable but unremarkable action RPG.
The Hunt is On is a mesmerising blend of the excitement of rogue treasure hunters, Chinese mythology, and a stunning watercolour art style.
Dryad is an enchanting, exciting, and heartfelt fantasy adventure about the love that holds a family together when the world is against them.
Avatar: The Last Airbender set the bar so high for TV storytelling that, 15 years on, it still hasn’t been surpassed. Here are some of the reasons why.
Unavowed delivers an exciting journey through New York’s supernatural underbelly, assisted by charming companions and fresh point-and-click puzzles.
Australi #1 is a fine start to what’s sure to be great series, drawing on Australia’s wealth of untapped potential for fantasy.
Relics of Gods got me to click on a promoted tweet I’d otherwise not have looked twice at, thanks to its subversion of fantasy’s frequent sexist marketing.