In the years since, Nintendo's RPG series has drifted further and further away from what made it so interesting in the first place.
There is no 'Undertale' without 'moon,' the so-called "anti-RPG" that took the many tropes of the JRPG and turned them on their head.
Nintendo's latest is a terrific adventure game trapped inside a crummy JRPG.
'Various Daylife' is a different value proposition for Apple Arcade: feeling blessed you didn't waste money buying it.
It would take weeks of defensive public statements, private battles, Reddit threads, and hostile exchanges with a reporter before the truth came out.
A whole generation of players didn't experience [blank]. Are we allowed to talk about [blank]?
Despite its contemporary success, 'FFVIII' has never had the popular legacy it deserved. But why?
Lore Reasons returns to closely overanalyze 'Dream Drop Distance.' This time with beer.
This was supposed to be an experiment. Now, we're in the deep end, and you need to join us.
Like many recent JRPGs, 'Dragon Quest XI' is interested in capturing the magic of nostalgia. Unfortunately, this devotion to the past holds it back.
With subdued colors and soft piano music, this "magical girl" RPG transports the player to a quiet, relaxing place.