Hero and Daughter+ is an RPG made with RPG Maker where you collect beautiful young women like they’re Pokemon and level them up to fight for you. So yea, it’s a little on the creepy side, but beyond that this is actually a pretty well-made little JRPG that goes out of its way to be different.
Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth offers unique gameplay where players can evolve or devolve their Digimon creatures at will, all wrapped up in a fun and exciting JRPG-style adventure game. If you are looking for something exciting and different, give Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth a play.
This week our Time Waster had enough DETERMINATION to make it through Undertale. Does the game live up to all the hype it’s been getting?
Crashlands is an amazing game that seamlessly combines crafting and action RPGs in such a way that fans of both genres are going to be in heaven when playing. Simple controls and deep playability rounds out this bright picture.
Going old school with your RPGs can be fascinating with Swords and Sorcery: Underworld, especially if you enjoyed the classic Wizardry series. Unfortunately, the game still crashes quite a bit under Windows 10, so it’s a bit of a rocky marriage between new and old.
Echoes Of Aetheria is an RPG that was made with the RPG Maker tools by developer Dancing Dragon Games. While most RPG Maker-based games are okay at best, Echoes Of Aetheria breaks the mold to turn in a solid and fun performance.
Sword Art Online: Lost Song dares to break Sword Art canon by introducing certain alternative reality plot points, though the main draw here is probably going to be the introduction of flight. Come see how Lost Song plays out.
Originally released in 1994 as a rogue-like ASCII text adventure, ADOM, or Ancient Domains of Mystery, has evolved to offer a decidedly modern take on the title and genre while keeping the extremely challenging gameplay intact.
The remastered for next-gen consoles version of Darksiders 2: The Deathinitive Edition doesn’t try to reinvent the wheel because Darksiders 2 was a great game. However, anyone who missed the original or who wants to take another run at it will find a lot worth liking here.
Age of Decadence bills itself as one of the most difficult RPGs ever created, and for the most part, it lives up to that self-professed reputation. Whether or not this is a good thing, or horribly bad, is however up to the tastes of the individual gamer.