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An RPG Draws Near!

Dragon's Dogma: Dark Arisen is coming to our shores next month. Thus Capcom has decided to remind us of that fact by showing off this flashy trailer, illustrating the various powers and tricks a sorcerer can unleash in battl...
Dark Cloud was an interesting action/RPG and one that I purchased not long after acquiring a PlayStation 2. It suffered from some design choices, such as permanent weapon breakage, which made it utterly intolerable to play at...
I had more or less forgotten completely that the PS1 RPG Jade Cocoon existed until a recent cblog post from Dtoid community member Ckarasu. One look at the cover, and a literal flood of memories came spilling back about how m...
Alundra is a game which I have purchased on no less than four separate occasions. It seems that nearly every time I have felt the urge to pop it back into my PlayStation, the disc is nowhere to be found and the impulse to pla...


The Nintendo Entertainment System had the great advantage of being easy to develop for, resulting in a lot of very unique titles for gamers to explore. I remember staring with intense fascination at the cover of The Magic of ...
If you are already a fan of the other games in the series, there's no question why the excitement is so great for the English translation of Mother 3. Maybe you haven't discussed or even heard of the game, and reading all the...
Summer, 1989. I was twelve years old and would basically play anything given to me in the shape of a Nintendo cartridge (I feel lucky now that some cunning bully didn't find this out and craft my demise cleverely concealed in...
Although most RPGs aim to provide an epic storyline for gamers to lose themselves in, very few succeed in such a complete way that they engrave the adventure on your memories. Whether it was my childhood dreams of being a pir...





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