Baldur’s Gate 3 To Release For PC Via Steam Early Access On September 30th, 2020

Larian Studios is looking to release Baldur’s Gate 3 at the end of this year’s September. Although the game will release in an early access state via Steam, PC goers will be able to play the forthcoming RPG next month. Continue reading “Baldur’s Gate 3 To Release For PC Via Steam Early Access On September 30th, 2020”

Isles Of Adalar To Bring Medieval High-Fantasy Action To PC Via Steam This August

Isles of Adalar is an upcoming medieval RPG that features a level editor and mod support. The game also boasts first-person and third-person camera work and will release sometime this month for PC via Steam.
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Echo Generation, Earthbound Meets Stranger Things RPG Heads To Xbox, PC In 2021

Echo Generation

During Microsoft’s showcase for the Xbox Series X this past week, one of the indie games on display was from Cococumber called Echo Generation. The promotional trailer revealed that it’s a turn-based role-playing game set in an alternate early 1990s with the aesthetic brought to life through high definition voxel effects. Continue reading “Echo Generation, Earthbound Meets Stranger Things RPG Heads To Xbox, PC In 2021”

Magin: The Rat Project Stories Is A Brooding, Emotion-Driven Deckbuilding RPG

Magin The Rat Project Stories

It’s not often that we hear about a game that’s “emotion-driven”. I don’t even think most gamers know what that means since it’s used so sparingly to describe interaction in most adventure and role-playing games. However, for the Polish indie outfit known as The Rat Project, the description of emotion-driven gameplay is actually a cornerstone feature for how characters evolve and engage in combat in their crowdfunded, deckbuilding, adventure-RPG called Magin: The Rat Project Stories. Continue reading “Magin: The Rat Project Stories Is A Brooding, Emotion-Driven Deckbuilding RPG”

Monster Crown, Pokemon-Style RPG Enters Steam Early Access July 31st

Monster Crown

Soedesco and Studio Aurum announced that they’re planning to launch a new monster-capture role-playing game called Monster Crown. The game is basically a Pokemon clown but with an art-style that seems to mirror Game Boy Color games. Continue reading “Monster Crown, Pokemon-Style RPG Enters Steam Early Access July 31st”

Nexomon: Extinction Heads To Nintendo Switch, PS4, Xbox One, PC This Summer

Nexomon

Vewo Interactive’s mobile Pokemon clone, Nexomon: Extinction, is making the leap from iOS and Android to home consoles and PC this summer. The company made the announcement via a tweet on the PQube Asia account on May 13th, 2020. Continue reading “Nexomon: Extinction Heads To Nintendo Switch, PS4, Xbox One, PC This Summer”

Memoirs Of A Battle Brothel, Cyberpunk H-RPG Heads Back To Kickstarter

Memories of a Battle Brothel

Back in late 2019, the Western-based outfit A Memory of Eternity attempted to crowdfund their racy H-RPG, Memoirs of a Battle Brothel. Unfortunately the game did not receive enough attention as it deserved and the Kickstarter campaign failed. The developers didn’t give up, though. They decided to try again with a second run on Kickstarter. Continue reading “Memoirs Of A Battle Brothel, Cyberpunk H-RPG Heads Back To Kickstarter”

Trials Of Mana Cheats Grant Infinite HP, MP, XP And Training Points

Square Enix recently released Trials of Mana, a remake of the much older JRPG dubbed Seiken Densetsu 3. Now that the game in question is available to pick up in the West across PC, PS4, and Switch, the former platform now has access to cheat trainers. Continue reading “Trials Of Mana Cheats Grant Infinite HP, MP, XP And Training Points”

GameDec, Isometric Cyberpunk RPG Surpasses $113,000 On Kickstarter

Gamedec

Anshar Studios’ GameDec was originally announced last year in the summer just ahead of GamesCom. The game basically went dark after that, only occasionally appearing in previews up until recently, where Anshar decided to take to Kickstarter to gather funds to complete the development of their isometric, cyberpunk adventure title. Continue reading “GameDec, Isometric Cyberpunk RPG Surpasses $113,000 On Kickstarter”

Coromon Demo Available For Pokemon-Style RPG

Coromon

TRAGSoft is working on a new RPG called Coromon. If it sounds a lot like an expy for Pokemon that’s because it is. I don’t know if they’ll be able to keep the game alive before Nintendo starts swinging their legal hammer at them, but before that happens you might want to check out the free demo, which is currently available for download right now. Continue reading “Coromon Demo Available For Pokemon-Style RPG”

PONG Quest RPG Announced

PONG Quest

Atari and Chequered Ink announced that there’s a new PONG game in the works and it’s a role-playing title of sorts called PONG Quest. You create and customize your very own paddle and then embark on an epic quest across various tables, boards, and locations, uncovering loot and rewards along the way. Continue reading “PONG Quest RPG Announced”

Drug Dealer Simulator Release Date Set For April 16th, 2020

Drug Dealer Simulator

Movie Games S.A., has been on a roll lately. The company has American Motorcycle Simulator set to release soon on Steam, which features a burly straight white male soaking in all the fantastic culture the great mid-west has to offer, and they also have another game in the works that is the complete opposite of all the great things America has to offer. Continue reading “Drug Dealer Simulator Release Date Set For April 16th, 2020”

Baldur’s Gate 3 Leaked Screenshots

There is a bit of disillusionment when it comes to looking into Baldur’s Gate 3 coverage. “Journalists” previously incapable of getting past tutorials, who’s mating call is whining about difficulty and anything that doesn’t offer immediate gratification are now calling the game the most revolutionary thing since a seed silo caught fire and we got popcorn. Continue reading “Baldur’s Gate 3 Leaked Screenshots”