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Child of Light

Child of Light – An Elegant Fairy Tale

Announced in 2013, Ubisoft's Child of Light seemed to be a rare, for the time, example of a Western RPG inspired by Japanese classics. Its style was influenced by both Studio Ghibli movies and the wor...

Blue Pill or Red – The Caligula Effect 2 Review

The first Caligula Effect came out on PS Vita - with a later, improved Overdose Edition for Switch, PS4 and PC. Unlike its predecessor, The Caligula Effect 2 isn't a PS Vita re-release. It's an entire...

8 Great
Pit People

7 Comedy Turn-Based Games to Play Today

When I think of turn-based games, I think of many things: grand adventures, action, strategy… Rarely do I think of comedy. Sure, many had some great one-liners that made me chuckle. Still, of the ones...

Chrono Trigger

Chrono Trigger – Take me away, I don’t mind

It's 1992. Aboard a plane there are Yuji Horii (Dragon Quest), Hironobu Sakaguchi (Final Fantasy) and Akira Toriyama (Dragon Ball). No, it's not the intro to some dated joke - but - if it were, the pu...

Octopath Traveler

The Power of Eight – Octopath Traveler Review

What if I told you that there are exactly eight reasons to play Octopath Traveler - would you believe me? It seems only fitting for a game where everything revolves around the number eight. Eight stor...

8.8 Great
The Cruel King and the Great Hero

10 Upcoming Switch Turn-Based RPGs & Strategy Games to Look Forward to in 2022

Wow, the year's going by so fast! I could swear it was only yesterday, when we've celebrated the beginning of 2022 - and here we are - in March. For gamers worldwide, however, it's March that's the be...

Pokemon Legends Arceus

Gotta Catch ‘Em All — Pokémon Legends: Arceus Review

Time for some truth; I've never played a Pokémon game until now. Okay, I lie, I played maybe 30 minutes of one of those on Game Boy Color - but that was it. For some reason, I never got into the serie...

10 Perfect
Lost Odyssey

Throwback Review: Lost Odyssey

Lost Odyssey is the second game from Mistwalker, for their deal with Microsoft. Critically acclaimed for its time, is it still worth playing today?

10 Perfect
Encased RPG

Fallout Inspired Encased: A Sci-fi Post-Apocalyptic Rpg – Review

The year is 1970. The Cold War, surprisingly enough, has ended without an open conflict. All thanks to the Dome: a sensational technological marvel. It allowed the human civilization to achieve incred...

8 Great
Regalia

Regalia: Of Men and Monarchs – Royal Edition—Review

Developed and published by Pixelated Milk, Regalia: Of Men and Monarchs was released on May 18, 2017 for the PC via Steam while the Royal Edition was released for the Nintendo Switch on April 12, 2018...

7.5 Good

Yakuza Like a Dragon Review – Time to be a Hero

Yakuza Like a Dragon is the seventh entry in the Yakuza series that swaps real-time combat with Turn-based, but does it work? Find out in my review.

9.4 Amazing
Doom & Destiny Worlds

Doom and Destiny Worlds – Review

Doom and Destiny Worlds is the third game in the popular Doom and Destiny series. Going a different route to its predecessors, will Doom and Destiny Worlds live up to them?

8.5 Great
Light FairyTale Episode 2 Header

LIGHT FAIRYTALE EPISODE 2 – Review

Light FairyTale Episode 2 is the immediate continuation of the first chapter. It retakes the story just where you finish the first part. It continues all the aspects of the previous game, as the chibi...

8 Great
Light FairyTale Episode 1 Header

LIGHT FAIRYTALE EPISODE 1- Review

Light Fairytale Episode 1 is the first game of this series. It’s a turn-based RPG, with a chibi style, cute and deformed, developed on an occupied steampunk city. The protagonist, Haru and his f...

7.5 Good

SaGa Frontier Remastered – Review

They just don’t make JRPGs like they used to. Either that or maybe I’m just getting old and screaming these words at the kids who are out on my lawn. Whichever it is, the entertainment val...

8 Great
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