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  • Blog Post: Shadowrun: Dragonfall – Director’s Cut Is Out Now

    There is a wealth of great games coming down the pipe for the holidays, but if you love strategy or classic pen-and-paper style RPGs then you don't want to let the director’s cut of Harebrained Schemes’ excellent Shadowrun: Dragonfall pass you by. A host of improvements and new content... More
  • Blog Post: Final Fantasy IV Remake Materializes On PC

    If you're looking to catch up on old Final Fantasy games then the PC might be your best tool. Final Fantasy IV is the latest in Square-Enix's popular RPG series to head over to the PC via Steam. Steam has already amassed a nice collection of Final Fantasy titles, but now it can add Final Fantasy... More
  • Blog Post: TSI Announces Seven Dragon Saga

    Anyone who played computer role-playing games in the 80s and 90s likely remembers the gold box RPG games from SSI. Including titles like Pool of Radiance, Curse of the Azure Bonds, and Champions of Krynn, these great games offered hundreds of hours of exploration and combat based in the Advanced Dungeons... More
  • Blog Post: Get Prepped For Inquisition By Recapping Dragon Age II's Lore

    Dragon Age II wasn’t as well regarded as the previous entry, but it looks like you might want to skip Dragon Age: Inquisition, so instead of spending 25+ hours playing through Dragon Age II, why not spend a minute brushing up on the game's lore instead. Dragon Age: Inquisition releases this... More
  • Blog Post: Several New D&D Titles Being Prepped, Including Neverwinter MMO

    Wizards of the Coast has teamed up with game developers such as Backflip Studios, Beamdog, Cryptic Studios, and Perfect World Entertainment in order to developer a number of D&D-based video games that will be headed our way shortly. This year, Wizards of the Coast celebrated the 40th anniversary... More
  • Blog Post: Secret Of Mana Hitting Android This Fall, iOS Version Discounted

    Square Enix's classic JRPG is coming to Android. In addition, iOS users looking to purchase the game will be pleased to hear that this news brings a discount for the port. Until August 10, you can pick up Secret of Mana for $3.99 on iOS, a decent five dollar discount. No specific word yet for the... More
  • Blog Post: Ultima Forever: Quest For The Avatar Shuts Down This Month

    Today a representative from developer Mythic announced that the free-to-play PC and iPad MMO Ultima Forever: Quest For The Avatar’s servers will shut down on August 29. Some final changes and in-game bonuses are being added into the MMO for its last month. Ultima Forever’s in-game store no... More
  • Blog Post: Shadowrun Returns Dragonfall Expansion Gets Stand Alone “Director’s Cut” Release

    Harebrained Schemes announced in a recent Kickstarter Update that the expansion to their Kickstarted RPG Shadowrun Returns, Dragonfall, will be getting its own “Director’s Cut” stand-alone release this September. This extended version of Dragonfall will feature as-of-yet unannounced... More
  • Blog Post: Explore Firefly Online's 'Verse At Comic-Con This Year

    All Browncoats attending this year's San Diego Comic-Con should keep an eye out for Firefly Online, an online RPG developed by Spark Plug Games. Those attending can see a commentated gameplay walkthrough and a new trailer. Anyone looking to see the game in action will want to go to room 24ABC from... More
  • Blog Post: Dragon Quest X MMORPG Ported To 3DS Using Cloud Streaming

    Square Enix recently announced that Japan-only MMO Dragon Quest X will be ported to the 3DS by using the same streaming technology that the mobile version uses to access the game. The non-native support, based in cloud space, will allow for cross-platform play across the Wii, Wii U, smartphone, and PC... More
  • Blog Post: PS4 Strategy-RPG Natural Doctrine Has A Release Date

    The upcoming strategy-RPG, set for release on PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, and Vita, has a release date. The game will be available on all platforms on September 16 in both retail and digital formats. NIS America also has a special edition of the game available on its website that includes a softcover... More
  • Blog Post: Nintendo Sets Xenoblade Chronicles X For 2015 [Trailer Added]

    Monolith Soft previously teased a Japanese role-playing project called X, but the game now has an official name: Xenoblade Chronicles X. Unfortunately, players will have to wait a little longer before they play it. We don't have a lot of details about Xenoblade Chronicles X, but the last entry in... More
  • Blog Post: Fable Legends Gets Multiplayer Beta This Fall [Trailer Added]

    During Microsoft's E3 press conference, Lionhead Studio's game designer David Eckelberry took the stage to talk about the studio's upcoming Fable Legends. Eckelberry welcomed showgowers to a place of magic, showing players Fable Legend's new hub town where friends can meet up and then... More
  • Blog Post: Reader Discussion: Which BioWare Character Are You Looking Forward To Seeing Again?

    BioWare has earned much acclaim for its ability to craft interesting characters. We all have our favorites and ones we hope to be reunited with again. This past week I wrote about my enthusiasm for seeing Varric return in Dragon Age: Inquisition. We've also seen a number of returning characters revealed... More
  • Blog Post: Soundtrack For Old-School RPG Child Of Light Available Soon

    Ubisoft's upcoming RPG, Child of Light, taps the power of the same engine used for the beautiful Rayman games to deliver a nostalgic experience inspired by genre classics like Final Fantasy. To drive home the old-school sensibilities, Ubisoft is delivering a soundtrack filled with delicate, distinct... More
  • Blog Post: Los Angeles Is A Real Wasteland

    Players from 181 countries have put nearly 50 years worth of time into Wasteland's beta. The final game won't take players quite that long, but could clock in around 50 hours. Here's an early look at Los Angeles, the setting for the second half of the game. InXile's Kickstarter-funded... More
  • Blog Post: Shadowrun Online Heading To Steam Early Access This Month

    Shadowrun Online by Cliffhanger Productions has been under construction for a long time . The game's Kickstarter campaign ended in the summer of 2012 with an initial release date of 2013. Obviously, that didn't work out, but there is good news. On March 31, players and backers will be able to... More
  • Blog Post: New Angry Birds Game Is An RPG

    The new Angry Birds game that is getting an “ epic soft launch " has become a bit more defined today. Titled Angry Birds Epic, Rovio's next entry in the series will be a turn-based, adventure RPG. Crafting will play a large role in Angry Birds Epic, and will possibly be used to as a hook... More
  • Blog Post: Final Fantasy Tactics Designer Provides New Details About Unsung Story

    Yasumi Matsuno is the mind behind strategic classics like Final Fantasy Tactics and Tactics Ogre, and he recently provided an update on the design concepts for his new mobile game, Unsung Story. The game, published by Playdek, is another tactical RPG. The latest developer update lays out some of the... More
  • Blog Post: Thanksgiving Giveaway: Shin Megami Tensei IV Code Winners

    If you've been reading our Fight For The Top 50 features , you know that I challenged Joe to a day of Shin Megami Tensei IV. Well now, it's your turn. We're giving away five codes for SMT IV on 3DS. Want to take your shot in a punishing world where you learn the ropes of being a samurai?... More
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