5 Modern Games For The RPG Fan

If any of you follow my work, you know that I’m a huge RPG fan. While many see the genre as lengthy and complicated, others such as myself live for these enormous story-driven games. The ability to immerse yourself into a character and take part in magical and whimsical worlds Continue Reading

Torna~The Golden Country: An Amazing DLC

I praised Xenoblade Chronicles 2 for having a great story, engaging combat that felt like a great rhythm game, and for having tons of micro-managing that added additional hours to the game. The game did have a few flaws, like poor voice acting, mediocre graphics on the undocked version, and Continue Reading

5 Reasons Why We Love RPGs

Role-playing games (otherwise known as RPGs) have been around since the early days of video games. From classic turn-based games like Chrono Trigger and Secret of Mana to modern action-based ones such as Kingdom Hearts and Xenoblade Chronicles, the RPG genre has managed to win the hearts of gamers for Continue Reading

Needlessly Obtuse Game Design

Recently, I’ve been playing Monolith Soft’s sprawling, shiny new JRPG Xenoblade Chronicles 2 on my much-adored Switch. As a long-standing lover of the genre, I have largely enjoyed my quest to reach Elysium thus far. The combat, for instance, is fantastic. It’s similar to Final Fantasy XV‘s stellar action-RPG system, but with a Continue Reading