Posts Tagged ‘RPG’
It was recently announced by Square Enix that Final Fantasy III is going to debut on the upcoming OUYA game console at it’s launch, which is expected to be released in March 2013.
South Park: The Stick of Truth is set to be released on March 5th, 2013. Now that is a decent amount of time away before this role-playing title is released, but THQ has released four screenshots to remind us that this upcoming game will be a blast for fans of this hilarious television series.
The latest expansion for World of Warcraft is almost here, and Blizzard is offering consumers multiple ways to get their fix.
One of my favorite things about the Nintendo eShop is that it allows developers to offer more varied experiences with less risk. Planet Crashers, coming in just a few days, looks to be on the higher end of the eShop scale.
Now for those of you who don’t know, Vindictus is an awesome MMORPG that we recently discovered at TheGameFanatics offices. It plays like a Devil May Cry with a huge wide open environment to explore around in. But that’s not what you guys are here for.
2K Games and Gearbox Software have released a new trailer for the forthcoming, highly anticipated sequel to their 2009 hit FPS RPG Borderlands. Check out a closer look at some of the new environments, enemies and characters that await you in Borderlands 2!
Hankering for some Dragon Quest? Well Square Enix have got you covered. They’ve released a 10 minute video of the upcoming Dragon Quest X, highlighting some of the game’s characters, settings and features.
I’ve been doing some thinking recently. I’m 26 now, I’m out of school, have a job (several actually), pay for my own house, buy my own food… I’m an adult. Kinda.
Eastasiasoft has announced the release date of their upcoming role-playing game, Rainbow Moon. Alongside this announcement, we have been given a whole batch of new screenshots and DLC information.
It is no secret that Nintendo hasn’t ever really aimed their guns to the hardcore crowd. Traditionally, all the hardcore games have been first-party titles while most 3rd party titles were core-player games.
As you may know, a couple of months ago I reviewed the import version of Ni no Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch and basically hailed it as one of the best RPGs ever. Luckily everything seems to be going smoothly with the transition to English.
Fret not console Dark Souls players, the additional content coming to the game in the upcoming PC release of will be available for you!