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The RPG Files

In this "whenever we feel like it" column, we'll be talking about, reviewing, and previewing all the best and brightest RPGs coming to the market, even if they're not "MMO" in nature.

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Zoria: Age of Shattering Review

Zoria: Age of Shattering is a new CRPG from developer Tiny Trinket games, but how does this new RPG hold up? Check out in our review.


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Final Fantasy VII: REBIRTH Review

Four years after the release of Final Fantasy VII REMAKE, Final Fantasy VII REBIRTH picks up the iconic story in the new trilogy. How does it stack up, and is this the first real game of the year contender for 2024? Read on in our review.


Zoria: Age Of Shattering's Lack Of Permadeath For Its 50 Followers Aims To Limit Your Save Scumming

Zoria: Age of Shattering is out next month, and we got a chance to chat with Tiny Trinket about the upcoming CRPG and how, through its design choices, it aims to save you from save scumming.


Indie Adventure-RPG Tails of Iron Gets Free Expansion, Bright Fir Forest, Which Launches Today

Indie adventure-RPG Tails of Iron is getting a new expansion, Bright Fir Forest, that follows up on the critically acclaimed RPG's story. The expansion, which adds thirteen new quests, launches today for free.


The RPG Files: Super Mario RPG...And Beyond?

Super Mario RPG's remake has finally released, bringing the classic SNES game to life on the Nintendo Switch. Mike takes a look at where Nintendo can go from here to continue the series.


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The RPG Files: For The King II Review

In For the King II, players embark on a lively adventure akin to late-night D&D sessions, immersed in vibrant graphics and diverse character classes. Despite occasional challenges, the engaging turn-based combat, surprise elements, and collaborative multiplayer dynamics make it a delightful choice for strategy and tabletop gaming enthusiasts.


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Lords Of The Fallen Review

The Lords of the Fallen takes players to the dual worlds of Axiom and Umbral, but how well does the latest Soulslike hold up under pressure? Jason tackles this in his review.


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Assassin's Creed Mirage Review

Assassins Creed Mirage is a return to the series' roots in a sense, bringing players to 9th-century Baghdad. But how does it stack up so far compared to the recent series entries? Here is our review.


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Review: WrestleQuest Comes Off The Top Rope With A Solid Debut Effort

WrestleQuest brings the world of wrestling to a turn-based RPG, combining the two rather seamlessly into a solid first effort. Jason breaks down the nostalgia-fueled, pro wrestling - RPG hybrid down in his latest review.


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The RPG Files: Dragon Quest Treasures Review - PC Edition

Dragon Quest has a new spin-off on PC, Dragon Quest Treasures. Scott jumped into the RPG headlong to get his anime Indiana Jones on, looking for treasure in the rich Dragon Quest universe. Here is our review of the PC version.


Baldur's Gate 3 Review In Progress

Baldur's Gate 3 is officially upon us, a month earlier than previously expected. But how does the full, fat experience hold up, and if you've held out buying early access, should you wait even longer to jump into the world of Faerun? Check out our review in progress.


Chrono Trigger Needs a Pixel Remaster - The RPG Files

Chrono Trigger is a legendary Squaresoft (now Square Enix) JRPG that is long overdue for a pixel remaster treatment. Zach makes the case for the legendary RPG.


6 RPGs To Play While You Wait For Baldur's Gate 3

Baldur's Gate 3, at least on PC, is right around the corner, and while many of us can't wait to jump into Faerun and venture forth with our party, it's not quite time. In the meantime, here are some RPGs to play as you wait for Baldur's Gate 3.


The RPG Files: WrestleQuest Wants To Make You Feel Like A Kid Again

After PAX East earlier this year, WrestleQuest became one of Jason's most anticipated games. After more time in the squared circle, he's certain of another thing: WrestleQuest wants you to feel like a kid again while you play the wrestling RPG.


Eternights Hands-On Preview: Bonk!

What if Dark Souls was anime, but also a smidge horny? Eternights aims to answer that question. Here is our preview from Summer Game Fest.