Tag: rpg

Nov
07

How About These Lesser Known Games for a PlayStation Classic?

Sony announced the final lineup of titles for the forthcoming PlayStation classic retro console, and it was… unexpected? Many gamers will see the list (which you can see here) and find a few games they liked playing yesteryear, but will […]

Dec
10

Top Games of 2017: Persona 5

The year of 2017 will go down as one of the best in all of gaming. From the release of Nintendo’s Switch console to the abundant amount of triple A titles worth your time released this calendar year, it’s hard […]

Jul
21

Rogue Legacy is the Best Kind of Dungeon Crawl

Some games choose to give you big advantages for completing a certain level or stage. Take for example the Legend of Zelda series: completing a dungeon will net you some extra health and a specific weapon or tool to assist in […]

Jan
28

The Epic Battles of Mario & Luigi: Paper Jam

If you haven’t noticed, Nintendo has had two successful role play games starring Mario. Sadly none of them are in conjunction with Square, but they are excellent in their own right. The Paper Mario series has been going strong since the […]

Oct
22

Pro Tips for Playing The Legend of Legacy

A spiritual successor to the beloved old Saga series, being developed by past developers from Square Enix and Level-5, and featuring wonderful visuals and an intricate battle system caused Legend of Legacy to get a small amount of buzz from RPG fans […]

Apr
14

The Inescapable Allure of Etrian Mystery Dungeon

Dungeon crawlers have been one of the biggest surprises for me in all my years of gaming. The idea of rigorously treading through a seemingly endless dungeon full of ridiculously challenging enemies and assured failure around nay every corner just […]

Feb
10

Persona Q is a Great Game! Persona Q is a Long Game. I’m Not Going to Finish Persona Q…

I’ve spent a great deal of time with Persona Q: Shadow of the Labyrinth and enjoyed every minute of it. I formed teams with my favorite characters from Persona 3 and made new friends from the lineup of Persona 4 characters. I’ve played cartographer […]

Sep
27

Review: Theatrhythm Final Fantasy: Curtain Call

When a game series has been around for the better part of two decades you would expect there to be some standout entries amongst the spread of games. And, undoubtedly, whichever your favorite game is won’t be someone else’s favorite. […]

Aug
15

Worth Playing vol. 8: The Crossover Collection

Crossovers are the best fan service gamers can get. The blending of popular IPs into one unique game usually gets fans in a fever, finally being able to play as Sonic the Hedgehog in a Mario-themed game. Or finally being […]

Mar
12

Review: Tales of Symphonia Chronicles

Bandai Namco’s Tales series of Japanese role playing games has been around as long as genre juggernauts Final Fantasy and Dragon Quest but never seems to get as much attention or acclaim. Tales of Symphonia on the GameCube is arguably […]