As Digimon Kizuna keeps hammering home, the series has always been first and foremost about people – people who can, and eventually must, part ways.
We’re smack-dab in the thick of JRPGJuly – but many of us are on the road right now, making it a difficult time to dig into a longer game.
Luckily, there are tons of fantastic portable JRPGs that hit the summertime mood. Here are some of our favorites to keep the JRPGJuly spirit going!
Xel reminds us a lot of that other action-adventure-puzzle video game. And while it’s a heroic effort, it lacks the charm and finesse to stand as tall as it hopes.
JRPGs are a comfort food, and few game-makers have a better handle on that feeling than those behind The Cruel King and the Great Hero. What’s more positive than a bedtime story, after all?
The portability of the Nintendo Switch makes it great for summertime gaming outdoors. Check out these new Switch games coming in July 2022
Dead Man’s Rest is a Western visual novel in every sense of the term, from its practical writing to a hearty steeping of cowboy flavor.
Tinderblox caught my eye as “a tabletop game that fits in your pocket”. Building off classic bar games with a modern sensibility, this is one that’s easy to keep on-hand.
Holy cannoli do people love getting pedantic about definitions online. For example: what even is a manga?
Alter Ego should absolutely be called a manga – it’s just hard to pinpoint *why* that is.
In the void left by E3 this year, many organizations have stepped in to try and fill in the gap. One of the biggest of these was IGN. On June 10th, IGN hosted two events to showcase upcoming games: the IGN Summer of Games Expo and the Freedom Games Showcase. The great...
Plenty have documented the details of exactly why Monopoly is a quantifiably bad board game by design. Culdcept Revolt borrows all those same building blocks – so how is it that I actually enjoy playing this game