Lost Odyssey (Xbox360)
Weighing in at four discs and a relatively hefty 40-50 hours, Lost Odyssey is for the pure Japanese RPG fan.
Posted: 21.02.2008 09:26 by Joe Bennett | Comments: 0
Persona 3ís story is much more interesting than the standard RPG fare, the visual designs are great, the soundtrack is wonderful, and the gameplay...
Posted: 21.02.2008 08:50 by Matt Keller | Comments: 0
Final Fantasy XI: Wings of the Goddess (Xbox360)
Wings of the Goddess is the fourth expansion pack to Square-Enix's widely overlooked Xbox 360 port of the PS2 and PC MMO franchise.
Posted: 20.02.2008 10:03 by Emmanuel Brown | Comments: 0
Requital claims to be a free form RPG, but reduced to its simplest form Requital is mostly a simulation of playing fetch.
Posted: 15.02.2008 10:37 by Bryan Brown | Comments: 0
We had a chance to play this MMORPG with a roughly 6 year development time. Does an unusually large amount of time invested to create a game equal...
Posted: 08.02.2008 12:29 by Simon Priest | Comments: 0
Kingdom Under Fire: Circle of Doom (Xbox360)
CoD offers up a total choice of six playable characters, fitting very much to the fantasy archetypes previously seen in a million and one other...
Posted: 28.01.2008 13:21 by Emmanuel Brown | Comments: 0
It misses a number of chances to put itself out there as a really successful multiplayer game able to capture the ideals of the Wii in the same way...
Posted: 21.12.2007 12:57 by Alistair Wallis | Comments: 1
Final Fantasy XII: Revenant Wings takes place after the ending of the hit success Final Fantasy XII on the Playstation 2.
Posted: 14.12.2007 05:51 by John Combs | Comments: 0
Guitar Hero III: Legends of Rock (Xbox360)
Since the birth of air guitar players, people have dreamed of playing the guitar and doing amazing things on it without the lifetime of practice.
Posted: 05.12.2007 03:31 by James Pikover | Comments: 0
Mass Effect (Xbox360)
The most prominent element to Mass Effect is certainly the gorgeous complimentary pairing of the character graphics and terrific voice-over work.
Posted: 30.11.2007 13:25 by Simon Priest | Comments: 0
Viva Pinata: Party Animals (Xbox360)
Viva Pinata: Party Animals struggles to recapture the innovation of its progenitor, nor provide the slapstick escapism of good humoured mini-games.
Posted: 28.11.2007 03:03 by Spanner | Comments: 0
Escape from Paradise City attempts to combine strategy games and RPGs, but does so in a most unspectacular manner.
Posted: 23.11.2007 05:45 by Matt Keller | Comments: 0
Tabula Rasa (PC)
The gameplay works wonderfully - it's action-packed and fast-paced, like a shooter, and the co-operative nature of the game is a joy.
Posted: 19.11.2007 11:39 by Mike Jennings | Comments: 1
Castlevania: The Dracula X Chronicles (PS VITA)
This is a must have for anyone looking for a game from the golden days, but by no means is a casual game.
Posted: 12.11.2007 03:49 by James Pikover | Comments: 0
Rogue Galaxy (PS2)
The superb cell-shaded graphics enchant when coupled with the imaginative character design, enthralling music, and tried-and-tested RPG gameplay is...
Posted: 09.11.2007 03:43 by Mike Jennings | Comments: 0
Conan PS3 is the most blatant example of laziness in this regard that I've come across in a while.
Posted: 01.11.2007 16:05 by Mike Bowden | Comments: 0
The Witcher (PC)
The Witcher has employed the dark imagination of a fantasy writer to carve some genuine depth of plot and character from the shapeless, malleable...
Posted: 30.10.2007 04:11 by Spanner | Comments: 9
Warriors Orochi (Xbox360)
The Warriors' games essentially task the player with controlling one or more of the legendary and mythical heroes from either Chinese or Japanese...
Posted: 03.10.2007 04:13 by Emmanuel Brown | Comments: 0
Goku Densetsu brings up that nagging feeling that this is a pastime that simply deserves to be played in the flesh rather than the screen.
Posted: 26.09.2007 05:27 by Emmanuel Brown | Comments: 0
Two Worlds (PC)
Two Worlds succeeds at what it sets out to provide - a poor man's Oblivion and a simple, unrestrictive introduction to role playing games.
Posted: 25.09.2007 04:06 by Spanner | Comments: 0
You're back in 1943 and The British Intelligence Community uncovers some secret plans alluding to some research by the Nazi's into nuclear weapons...
Posted: 19.09.2007 03:15 by Mike Bowden | Comments: 0
Dungeons & Dragons Tactics (PS VITA)
Dungeons and Dragons: Tactics, is a solid tactical RPG, and has a nice length to it, but the shortcomings of the game make it very tiresome to play.
Posted: 18.09.2007 03:36 by Alec Hilton | Comments: 0
The story revolves around two cultures, the Asylian and the Mokai, who once were one people, The Ancients.
Posted: 13.09.2007 03:44 by Alec Hilton | Comments: 0
A fantasy mmo that's made ever more surreal by its art style and hidden beneath that is a grinding mega-fest.
Posted: 07.09.2007 03:10 by Simon Priest | Comments: 0
Cyanide Studio has accomplished a lot with Loki; crafting the kind of distorted, action packed hack'n'slash history lesson gamers have been craving...
Posted: 31.08.2007 05:18 by Spanner | Comments: 0
Blue Dragon (Xbox360)
Right from the start, Blue Dragon shines with an understated and yet vibrant aesthetic quality, quite unlike most of the staple RPG design elements...
Posted: 27.08.2007 10:06 by Emmanuel Brown | Comments: 0
The story starts in New York City with the 16 year old Johnny Garland. His parents and sister were tragically killed which left him to head up the...
Posted: 09.08.2007 10:42 by Govan Roberts | Comments: 0
Dragon Ball Z Shin Budokai: Another Road (PS VITA)
Shin Budokai 2 ('Another Road' as it's titled overseas) takes place in an alternative timeline to the main series, and asks the player to take...
Posted: 06.08.2007 06:01 by Emmanuel Brown | Comments: 0
Atelier Iris 3: Grand Phantasm is ingenuously open from the start; it doesn't attempt to dazzle you with its visuals, nor does it attempt to break...
Posted: 31.07.2007 05:30 by Mike Harradence | Comments: 0
Those land lubber dynasties have decided to way anchor and set their sights on a new enterprise, plenty of new swag and nobility up for greedy grabs.
Posted: 28.06.2007 13:20 by Simon Priest | Comments: 0
King of Fighters XI (PS2)
If you have played other King of Fighters games and are curious to see how the series has developed this is a great game for you.
Posted: 25.06.2007 10:18 by Govan Roberts | Comments: 0
If you enjoy your puzzle games and like to work your brain on challenges ranging from simple to break-the-desk frustrating, then Safecracker might...
Posted: 15.06.2007 13:00 by Emmanuel Brown | Comments: 0
The newest installment from Atlus in the Shin Megami Tensei has just chocked up, full as ever of demon love.
Posted: 30.05.2007 13:30 by Andy Robertson | Comments: 0
Final Fantasy III (DS)
Final Fantasy achieves what all great role playing games aspire to do, namely re-creating those spine tingling role-play experiences first...
Posted: 24.05.2007 15:09 by Andy Robertson | Comments: 0
The Untold Legends series has a fairly middling reputation on the PSP, and that mediocrity is translated directly to this release.
Posted: 21.05.2007 11:02 by Emmanuel Brown | Comments: 0
Guitar Hero II (Xbox360)
GH2 is basically Dance Dance Revolution, but for your fingers, which is totally awesome if you are into playing any instrument.
Posted: 11.05.2007 14:13 by James Pikover | Comments: 0
Dawn of Magic (PC)
Dawn of Magic contains enough deep content and a pleasing enough approach to the genre to recommend a purchase.
Posted: 03.05.2007 14:39 by Emmanuel Brown | Comments: 0
The gameplay of Dawnspire boils down to a hack and slash version of capture the flag as two teams, light and dark, work to capture relics and...
Posted: 01.05.2007 03:39 by John Wallace | Comments: 0
The Shivering Isles - a land split between a twisted, dark Dementia and a vibrant, deadly Mania. Welcome to the lair of the mad god, his realm, and...
Posted: 25.04.2007 14:22 by Simon Priest | Comments: 2
Silver Fall (PC)
Silverfall is an action RPG in which you select your race, build a character, and race off to kill bad things.
Posted: 07.04.2007 03:13 by Alex Jeffreys | Comments: 0