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The RPG Files: God of War Ragnarok Review

God of War Ragnarok follows up 2018's excellent installment in the franchise, putting players back in the shoes of Kratos. Big shoes to fill again, so does Ragnarok deliver a thrilling conclusion to the duology? Read on in our review.

The RPG Files: The Last Hero of Nostalgaia Review

The Last Hero of Nostalgaia, the Souls-like adventure from indie developer Over the Moon, is set to release on PC and the Xbox family of consoles on Wednesday, October 19th. But how does it stack up against titans in the genre? Mitch explores in his review.

The RPG Files: Xenoblade Chronicles 3 Review

Xenoblade Chronicles 3 released on Nintendo Switch on July 29th and since then we've been putting the hulking JRPG through its paces. Check out Garrick's thoughts on more than 100 hours in the world of Aionios.

The RPG Files: Where Winds Meet Looks Like The Martial Arts Open World RPG I Dreamed Of As A Kid

Growing up, Bradford loved martial arts movies. Games like Jade Empire and Age of Wushu also left a measurable impression on him, and he's yearned for an open world RPG with Wuxia elements. Where Winds Meet, debuted at Gamescom 2022, looks like it's what he's been waiting for.

Aluna: Sentinel of the Shards PS4 Impressions

Matt has been a fan of ARPGs quite literally since their beginnings. So when Aluna: Sentinel of the Shards hit PS4, Matt had to take it for a spin. Check out our thoughts.

Preview: The Lord of the Rings Gollum's Gameplay Isn't New, But Its Main Character Could Make Up For That

The Lord of the Rings Gollum puts you in the Hobbit-feet of one of the trilogy's most iconic characters, Gollum, as you hunt down the One Ring. We got the chance to check out a slice of the game in a hands-off preview. Here are some of our thoughts.

The RPG Files: Triangle Strategy Review

Triangle Strategy combines a compelling narrative with meaningful player choices, but does how does it hold up overall? Here is our review.

The RPG Files: Black Geyser: Couriers Of Darkness Review In Progress

Black Geyser: Couriers of Darkness has released after a stint in early access, bring an old-school CRPG to fans on PC. But how does it hold up thus far, and its adherence to the games of yesteryear more of a detriment? We take an early look in our review in progress.

The RPG Files: Elden Ring Review

Elden Ring, FromSoftware's latest "Soulsborne" game has been out for a few weeks. After more than 100 hours in the game, we're ready to give our verdict.

The RPG Files: Rising Spire Is A Fully-Funded Turn-Based RPG Inspired By Final Fantasy

Inspired by the turn-based RPGs that established the genre, Rising Spire is a Final Fantasy-Esque RPG that has been fully funded on Kickstarter as of March 2nd. The four-person studio behind the project is looking towards stretch goals as the project still has 14 days to go on its campaign.

The RPG Files: The Waylanders Review

The Waylanders tells a tale steeped in Celtic myth and legend. But does the RPG do its interesting setting justice? Check out our review.

Demeo PC Edition Hands-On Preview

Resolution Games is getting ready to release Demeo PC Edition next month, and we had the chance to get some hands-on time with their take on a virtual tabletop RPG. The game was originally released on VR platforms in May 2021, but how does it compare to the PC Edition? Check out Kevin's thoughts in our preview.

The RPG Files: Horizon Forbidden West Review

Horizon Forbidden West takes players back to the world Guerilla Games created back in 2017, setting into the shoes of Aloy once more. How does the sequel hold up and is it worth your time? Here is our review.

The RPG Files: Pokémon Legends: Arceus' World Feels Empty, But Not Soulless

The latest iteration of Pokémon to hit the Switch, Pokémon Legends: Arceus has been out in the wild for a few days. Bradford has spent the weekend with the title, and while he is enjoying it over all, there is one feature that the world seems defined by: emptiness.

Pokémon Legends Arceus Gameplay Trailer Shows Off Open World, Angry Snorlax

Pokémon Legends: Arceus is almost upon us as the upcoming entry in the long running series hits Nintendo Switch on the 28th of January. To set the stage, a new trailer has dropped showing off some of the gameplay trainers can expect when jumping into ancient Sinnoh.