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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.

Tower of Time: A Timeless RPG

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A civilization and planet inexorably bent on destruction through millennia abusing magic and technology exchanging achievement for decadence and complacency. This is the story of a hero and savior, anti-hero and destructor, recalling the end and a new beginning. This is the tale of power judging and being judged. This is our Tower of Time review.Posted May 9, 2018 by Randy Liden

Pillars of Eternity II: Deadfire - An Amazing Seafaring Adventure

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Pillars of Eternity II: Deadfire launches today, the next in an ever-growing line of masterful cRPGs. Obsidian Entertainment has brought gamers a new cRPG that both expands the Pillars universe and provides fans with exciting new ways to play this most-beloved genre. Deadfire offers proof that epic single-player games are worth making despite what some in the industry have said to the contrary. Posted May 8, 2018 by Suzie Ford

The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim VR Edition - Jack Into Cyrodiil

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We have just been given another version of this game, one that involves strapping on a full headset and diving into the newly charted realm of Virtual Reality. Skyrim VR is available on HTC Vive, Oculus Rift, and Windows Mixed Reality, though our review came from the HTC Vive.Posted Apr 19, 2018 by Kasey Gilder

PAX East 2018 - Dragon Quest XI: Echoes of an Elusive Age

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A lot of JRPG fans lament to this day that the ultra popular Final Fantasy XV was more action RPG than traditional turn-based affair. Many gamers long for the days when the FF series was more about limit breaks and menu surfing than four bros on a journey in their kickass car. For them, Square Enix is bringing the first mainline game in the Dragon Quest series stateside since 2010. Posted Apr 10, 2018 by William Murphy

Dead in Vinland is Banner Saga Meets The Sims & It’s Awesome

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It doesn’t sound like a cross between simulation games and Banner Saga-styled strategy RPGs would go over well, but in CCCP’s Dead in Vinland, that’s exactly the case. Your family is driven from their viking homestead by war and invaders only to have your ship sink and find yourselves washed up on a hostile island. It’s a complex, strategic, and heartfelt story of a family and a people’s will to survive.Posted Mar 29, 2018 by William Murphy

Ni no Kuni II: The Revenant Kingdom Review

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Rob’s back after a full week with Ni no Kuni II: Revenant Kingdom. Did he enjoy his time in the Heartlands? Read on to find out.Posted Mar 27, 2018 by Robert Lashley

Ni no Kuni II: The First Steps

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I dove into Ni no Kuni II with few expectations. While the first game was well received I did not play it. So while I'm hopeful this second entry into the franchise will be good I do not come attached with any preconceived notions.Posted Mar 20, 2018 by Robert Lashley

Yakuza 6: Song of Life Review - A Fitting End To A Legend - The RPG Files

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As someone who has never played a Yakuza game until now, I was initially tentative in picking up Yakuza 6: The Song of Life to review. A game with such a storied and beloved history felt like something a newcomer such as myself just couldn’t navigate. Yet within the first hour I was hooked. Posted Mar 15, 2018 by Joseph Bradford

Omensight – A Murder Mystery Outside of Time

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Spearhead Games recently announced their upcoming title, Omensight, and showed off a demo of the game at PAX South. In this column, novelist and video game writer, Genese Davis discusses this unique adventure game and why it resonates with the art of fantasy plus cultural and natural history while also appealing to modern thought and evolution. Davis also divulges how Omensight resembles outstanding aspects from movies like Edge of Tomorrow (Live Die Repeat) and Zootopia.Posted Mar 13, 2018 by Genese Davis

Warhammer: Vermintide 2 Review in Progress #1

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Vermintide takes place in the Warhammer universe. For those unfamiliar, it is a dark place full of death and disease. Plague rats and their larger cousins the Skaven rule the sewers of the human cities killing anything that goes down there. Vermintide 2 takes you out of the sewers and sometimes into the wildlands around the city. You have choices of up to fifteen heroes in this co-op fighter.Posted Mar 8, 2018 by Garrett Fuller

Ash of Gods: Redemption – Something Sinister Rises

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In Ash of Gods: Redemption, the world is swiftly thrown into chaos. Those known as Reapers have come back after over 700 years of being gone. They seek to drown the world in blood to awaken the sleeping Gods. The story centers around three main characters (Guard Caption Thorn Brenin, the bodyguard Lo Pheng, and the scribe Hopper Rouley), the people they meet along the way to their journey to stop the chaos. Posted Mar 5, 2018 by David Holmes

Hands On with Far Cry 5's American Adventure

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The event was complete with a firing range for slingshots and crossbows, ATVs, a meet and greet with everyone’s new favorite in-game pup, Boomer and a supervillain style helicopter entrance from the game’s charismatic preacher: The Father, Joseph Seed. But you’re not here to see what kind of party Ubisoft throws… you’re here for the game. Posted Mar 2, 2018 by Damien Gula

Kingdom Come: Deliverance: Our Final Review

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Kingdom Come: Deliverance has been out for two weeks. Last week, we gave you our first impressions. Today, we’re back with our final review. What did we think after nearly a dozen more hours? Read on to find out.Posted Feb 23, 2018 by Christopher Coke

Vermintide 2 Looks Like It’s Going to be Chaos

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The Warhammer Universe is difficult to describe in just a few words. It is a massive, sprawling beast that encompasses gods, men, and monsters. It has seen kingdoms rise and worlds descend into chaos, but I am not here to talk of these momentous moments. Instead, I got a taste of Vermintide 2, the tale of five warriors and their personal battles against the encroaching darkness.Posted Feb 20, 2018 by Ed Orr

Final Fantasy XII: The Zodiac Age PC Review - Ivalice Never Looked So Good

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In many ways, Final Fantasy XII really established the nature of the series we can still see with newer releases such as Final Fantasy XV today. Flashforward eleven years and the game has finally found its way onto PC with the remaster which originally released on PlayStation 4 last year. And with the PC release comes a myriad of changes and additions that make Final Fantasy XII on PC the best way to experience its story yet.Posted Feb 16, 2018 by Joseph Bradford

Kingdom Come: Deliverance - A Glimpse at Medieval Life

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If you’ve ever wondered what life would be like if you lived in the middle ages, Warhorse Studios has your answer. Kingdom Come: Deliverance is a sprawling open-world RPG in the vein of Skyrim but one that casts fantasy to the side in exchange for realism. It’s an amazingly detailed look at Bohemia in the year 1403, but does this commoner’s tale stack up to the open-world RPGs it’s trying to emulate?Posted Feb 13, 2018 by Christopher Coke

Hunt: Showdown Closed Alpha Impressions

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Hunt: Showdown’s concept had me intrigued ever since I first got wind about it last year. You and a partner are Hunters tasked to hunt down a monster in a hauntingly beautiful map by following clues using your Dark Sight (think Arkham Asylum Detective Mode). Along the way, you’ll have to avoid gloriously grotesque creatures who are all trying to kill you. In short, find monster. Kill monster. Banish monster. Evacuate.Posted Feb 9, 2018 by Poorna Shankar

Pillars of Eternity 2 Hands On Preview - It May Be Obsidian's Best RPG Yet

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Over the course of the last several days, I've had a chance to sit down to play Obsidian's Pillars of Eternity 2: Deadfire, the latest in a stellar line up of cRPGs that have taken gaming by storm over the last couple of years. Taking note of the original game and expanding on nearly every aspect from the technical to the aesthetics to the story itself, the game moves the Pillars IP forward in fantastic new ways. Posted Feb 6, 2018 by Suzie Ford

PopUp Dungeon: Your Cat (Or Whatever, Really) Can Star in this RPG

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PopUp Dungeon was recently announced in partnership with Humble Bundle. The game takes user-generated content to the next level, allowing everyone to bring in their own assets to make their ideal dungeons, play with friends, level up, and run endless content. We caught up with Triple-B-Titles to talk about the game and its design.Posted Feb 2, 2018 by William Murphy

Tangledeep Review - Living In A Retro World

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In an age when retro-gaming seems to be the craze (e.g. the SNES Classic Edition) the time seems right for Impact Gameworks’ roguelike PC RPG that harkens back to the age of 16-bit SNES RPG classics. Does this swashbuckling, dungeon crawler pull us in “deep” or will it leave us “tangled” in a quagmire of 16-bit flashbacks we’d rather forget? This is our review of Tangledeep on the PC.Posted Feb 1, 2018 by Scott Jeslis

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