Perennial favorite Borderlands character Tiny Tina is back in Wonderlands as the overly energetic dungeon master for this bizarre and beautiful mix of first-person shooter gameplay and Dungeons and Dragons style adventure.
The Cyberpunk 2077 developers were able to redeem themselves after a disastrous launch by improving gameplay and stability for the game’s PC and next generation console versions. And now it seems Cyberpunk finally also runs well on the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.
While Vampire: The Masquerade games have been mostly text adventures or graphical novels lately, Swansong instead presents a more traditional game where you will be role-playing three different characters, solving an intriguing mystery and using plenty of powerful vampire powers.
King Arthur: Knight’s Tale is an RPG with heavy tactical combat that approaches the venerable Arthurian Legend from a different perspective with a unique story that begins after the famous king’s storied fall.
The RPG Dark Deity on Switch is a great game for those who want to experience the old days of the Fire Emblem series, and this game proudly wears its inspiration as a badge of honor. And it’s on Steam as well, so PC gamers can also jump into the action.
Triangle Strategy is an excellent Strategy RPG addition to the Switch library, offering a more balanced experience than many others available on the platform. It also features deep storytelling where choices really do matter.
In Kaiju Wars, you get to play as those really outclassed military units that are famous in Japanese monster movies for acting as cannon fodder for Godzilla and his friends. Will you fare better, or just taste better?
The Rune Factory RPG series from developer Hakama has a long history of providing gamers with a platform to fight, farm and craft their way to victory. Rune Factory 5 continues that grand tradition in style.
We braved the radioactive and monster-filled wastes of the Chernobylite adventure game on the PC. And with success there, the game has been ported over to consoles, including next-generation ones. We pick up the action over there in this review.
There is a surprising amount of depth in Dead Age 2: The Zombie Survival RPG, from questing and exploration to base and community building. And of course, there is also a lot of zombie combat. And you get all of that for the price of a budget title.