Bravely Default II scratches the classic JRPG itch wonderfully, while also quietly, cleverly subverting genre tropes and conventions.
Marchen Forest puts a surreal twist on the alchemist-in-training story, though it doesn’t always live up to its unique atmosphere.
The February 2021 Nintendo Direct was full of exciting news: Samurai Warriors 5, a new game from the Octopath Traveler team, and plenty more.
If you love a good Final Fantasy-style job system in a JRPG, then Bravely Default II is a game you’ll definitely want to look out for.
Atelier Ryza 2 may just be the best Atelier yet, taking everything that made its predecessor such a delightful game to new heights.
Trails of Cold Steel IV delivers a dramatic conclusion to a grand epic, building on the series’ meticulous worldbuilding and character work.
Pre-registration for Dragon Quest Tact is available for both iOS and Android, ahead of its global launch later this month.
A free PS4 demo for Ys IX: Monstrum Nox lets you check out two of the game’s areas, and get a feel for some of the new exploration tools.
Collection of Saga brings three classic Game Boy RPGs to Switch that have aged surprisingly well, in all their 8-bit, black-and-green glory.
Taiko no Tatsujin: Rhythmic Adventure Pack finds creative ways to turn Taiko’s rhythm game into a JRPG, without losing any of the charm.