An intriguing, if uneven, post-apocalyptic tank JRPG finds new life and stronger atmosphere in Metal Max Xeno Reborn.
Neptunia x Senran Kagura: Ninja Wars makes its way to Switch with all its boob-fuelled humour and game industry satire intact.
Tetsuya Nomura has hinted at a Kingdom Hearts IV but now it’s official, with an intriguing new announce trailer set in real-world Shibuya.
Though divisive upon its initial release, Chrono Cross is a boundary-pushing masterpiece, and it’s aged like fine wine.
A playful sense of humour and charming cast make Maglam Lord a ride worth taking, even if its action RPG core leaves a little to be desired.
Voice of Cards: The Forsaken Maiden is another exciting adventure that blends tabletop and classic JRPG, this time with a more solemn theme.
Atelier Sophie 2 introduces some welcome new ideas, without ever losing sight of the pure, uplifting quality that makes Atelier tick.
Despite its ambition, Edge of Eternity struggles to match up to its classic JRPG inspirations. It sure has some pretty environments, though.
Blue Reflection: Second Light delivers one of the most uplifting, wholesome games of 2021 with an earnest exploration of love and friendship.
Compile Heart’s dark fairy tale dungeon crawler Mary Skelter 2 hits Steam on January 14 (NZT), with a remake of the first game bundled in.