Originally releasing in 2014, Wasteland 2 finally makes its way to the Nintendo Switch. And it brings a lot of improvements along for the ride. Now the game can be played with the Switch in portable mode too, letting players bring the hellish wastes along with them anywhere.
The Time Waster this week is a surprise game called Deltarune that is connected in some way to the viral game Undertale from 2015.
CrossCode is a game that lots of fans of the simulated RPG genre have been watching for years in its long development slog. Finally released, CrossCode is packed with content that will keep players engaged for hours on end, though towards the end of the story, this may not be such a good thing. We dive into this long delayed title to see if it reaches RPG greatness.
Immortal: Unchained is a clone of the Souls series, with the one real differentiator being a reliance on guns over melee weapons. This could have set up some interesting gameplay, but sadly, it will likely fall a little short of expectations.
The fate of the world all comes down to The Banner Saga 3, the conclusion to one of the most unique and visually stunning role-playing games to come out in a long time. Developer Stoic has created a masterpiece, and Banner Saga 3 provides us with a perfect storybook ending.
Perennial favorite Monster Hunter creeps onto the Nintendo Switch with Monster Hunter Generations Ultimate. Players will find themselves fighting increasingly large and dangerous creatures, while also grinding out new armor and equipment. It all takes place on the Switch in an exciting and seemingly endless world.
An extremely solid and unique RPG, Shadows Awakening is a Diablo-like action RPG where you control up to three possessed human characters in the real world and a shadow daemon down below, all at the same time. See how this cool RPG pulls it all off.
Pillars of Eternity II: Deadfire is easily in the running for RPG Game of the Year. And now the deadly seas expand to include the Beast of Winter DLC, set on a mysterious expanding iceberg where death literally awaits high-level players.
Unexplored: Unlocked Edition is a slam dunk if you’re hankering for another title in the Roguelike genre, even if it isn’t the most visually appealing game to play on the big screen. The gameplay though is smooth and fun, and enables nearly endless play.
This week Billy was a bit of a flake on the Time Waster, but he promises that he was still doing some that involves gaming this week. It’s D&D!