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ELEX review

ELEX balances its shortcomings and successes to ultimately deliver an average RPG experience. However, developer Piranha Bytes has a particular charm that’s present here and may push it over the edge ...[Read More]

Ruiner review

I’ve bleated on loads of times now about how much I like a good, fast-paced, twin stick shooters with loads of power-ups, explosions and general chaos. When I saw Ruiner for the first time I was...[Read More]

Masquerada: Songs and Shadows review

Masquerada’s opening kept me playing, and it will help me return to the replay the chapters and acts of this criminally undercooked RPG. Masquerada: Songs and Shadows is described as “R...[Read More]

Fortnite review

I’m definitely one who gets sucked into the hype, but for some reason, Fortnite passed me by until a week or so before release. I watched one trailer on YouTube and I was hooked. However, on the...[Read More]

Trailer for new action RPG Code Vein

Bandai Namco have released the first trailer for their upcoming action-RPG title Code Vein, releasing worldwide in 2018. The new trailer highlights the mysterious and captivating universe along with a...[Read More]

Neverwinter hits 15 million total players

The popular free-to-play D&D-based MMORPG Neverwinter, has today reached the impressive milestone of 15 million registered players across all platformers. To celebrate this achievement, developer ...[Read More]

Mass Effect Andromeda review

Mass Effect Andromeda isn’t quite the return for the series we all hoped for. It’s technically flawed, suffers from sections of poor writing, padded with dull and tedious side content, and lacks the s...[Read More]

Torment: Tides of Numenera review

In 1999 Planescape Torment took critics by storms, with its story focused roleplaying creating an experience that was more about lore and dialogue than combat and action. This critical success didn’t ...[Read More]

Songbringer coming out this Summer for Xbox One

Wizard Fu and Double Eleven have announced that the pixel-art, action RPG Songbringer, created by a single person studio, will be coming out on Xbox One this Summer. You can check out the trailer belo...[Read More]

Pixel Heroes: Byte & Magic releasing March 3rd on Xbox One

Pixel Heroes, from developer The Bitfather and publisher Headup Games, will be hitting digital shelves on March 3rd, bring it’s nostalgia inducing, amusing, retro-style RPG to Xbox One. You can ...[Read More]

Torment: Tides of Numenera combat trailer revealed

Last week I posted an article stating that Torment: Tides of Numenera would have some deep choices for players to make during their epic adventure in this RPG. Now however InXile, the games developers...[Read More]

New trailer unveiled for Cyanide’s Call of Cthulhu

Psychological Horror game Call of Cthulhu was announced early in 2016 and developed by seasoned professionals Cyanide. A brand new trailer entitled the Depths of Madness has been released letting us k...[Read More]

Torment: Tides of Numenera Video shows tricky choices

Torment: Tides of Numenera is an RPG game set millions of years into the future and it has been developed by InXile Entertainment. Creative lead Colin McComb narrates their latest video showing some o...[Read More]

Final Fantasy XV DLC and patches roadmap

Square Enix’s latest in the Final Fantasy series has been out for just over month now, treating us all to an excellent slice of action RPG adventure – learn more in our review. However, the expe...[Read More]

Scalebound has been cancelled

Earlier today, Kotaku were told by their sources that Scalebound is definitely in trouble and could well be cancelled. Kotaku reached out to Microsoft for a statement and received back: We’ll have mor...[Read More]

Mass Effect: Andromeda won’t have a season pass

The inclusion of season passes for games has become ubiquitous with new releases for several years now, offering up a slightly cheaper way to get a set of planned DLC with your latest purchase. ItR...[Read More]

Final Fantasy XV review

After 10 years of uncertainty and ‘back to the drawing board’ moments, Final fantasy XV has finally been released. And behind it are huge amounts of hype and hope that this title will be grand enough,...[Read More]

Mordheim: City of the Damned review

Over the years, I’ve played a few Games Workshop’s offerings. They’re based in my home town of Nottingham, so it sort of makes sense. From Warhammer to Space Hulk, the table-top nights of years ...[Read More]

Stories of Bethem: Full Moon review

As soon as I fired up Stories of Bethem: Full Moon it felt like I was instantly transported back to the golden age of 8 bit retro games, think Pokemon (the early years) or even the classic Legends of ...[Read More]

South Park: The Fractured But Whole gameplay trailer

If December didn’t already feel far enough away, then Ubisoft are sure to make the wait even more frustrating with a new gameplay trailer for South Park: The Fractured But Whole. December 6th ca...[Read More]

The Witcher 3 : Blood & Wine review

The final instalment of the Witcher is a big deal. After the superlative main game, the ton of free DLC, the competent and enjoyable Hearts of Stone expansion, the gaming community – even those ...[Read More]

Full Mojo Rampage gets two new trailers

Full Mojo Rampage’s release date was revealed earlier on, and now you can witness the voodoo action for yourself in two new trailers. Check them out below: Release date trailer: Multiplayer foot...[Read More]

Release Date Revealed for Full Mojo Rampage

The voodoo-infused roguelike action RPG, Full Mojo Rampage, will be enchanting Xbox One on June 28th. Brought to you by Over The Top Games and published by Nicalis Inc. Full Mojo Rampage puts you in t...[Read More]

Fallout 4: Far Harbor review

Teeming with new monsters, quests, NPCs and loot, with an offering of 15 hours or more of adventuring, Far Harbor is indeed the expansion Fallout 4 fans have been waiting for. Better yet it’s also fan...[Read More]

The Technomancer gets a new trailer

The Technomancer, the sci-fi RPG set on Mars, is due for release on June 28th on Xbox One. the other day a gameplay trailer unveiled some of the features of this upcoming RPG – character evoluti...[Read More]

Battleborn review

Part MOBA, part FPS, Part RPG; Battleborn certainly throws a lot of mechanics into its frantic action, drenched in humour and cartoon style. It’s a mixture that doesn’t quite come together in the end ...[Read More]

Review

Nostalgia can be an extremely powerful tool for a developer if they can master its nuances, and WayForward has done just that with Shantae and the Pirates Curse. The overall design and mechanics are i...[Read More]

Review

Back in December we previewed the Rouge-lite, RPG, tower defence, survival game Dungeon of the Endless, and it certainly made a good impression. However, for how enjoyable, clever and compelling it wa...[Read More]

Sword Coast Legends coming to Xbox One this Spring

Developers n-Space and Digital Extremes have announced that Sword Coast Legends, the award-winning, party-based RPG set in the Dungeons & Dragons (D&D) Forgotten Realms universe from Wizards o...[Read More]

Tenebrae: Twilight of the Gods coming to ID@Xbox

Thanks to Microsoft’s ID@Xbox program, Troglobytes Games will be able to port its upcoming game “Tenebrae – Twilight of the Gods” to the Xbox One platform. Tenebrae – Twilight of the Gods ...[Read More]

Unepic review

Daniel is having a bad day. A very bad day. One minute he was with his friends drinking beer and playing Dungeons & Dragons, (albeit badly), and the next moment, while relieving himself in the toi...[Read More]

RPG of the Year

The year is coming to a close and so it’s time once again to take a look back at all the great games that have been released in 2015. Every day up until the end of the year we’ll be revealing our top ...[Read More]

Dungeon of the Endless preview

Dungeon of the Endless brings together mechanics from RPGs, tower defence and survival games and ties them together with a Rogue-like knot. The result is a wonderfully compelling and a splendidly uniq...[Read More]

Fallout 4 review

The wasteland is full of dangers, wonders and mystery. It’s powerfully compelling, practically longing to be explored. Moreover, exploration is profusely rewarding. Every nook and cranny hides a...[Read More]

The Technomancer: First Contact trailer

Upcoming RPG, The Technomancer, has its first official trailer, showing off protagonist, Zachariah, and his three style of combat. Due for release in early 2016, The Technomancer plans to offer three ...[Read More]

Dragon Age: Inquisition In the EA Access Vault now

EA promised it and sure enough it has arrived, Dragon Age: Inquisition is in the EA Access Vault right now for you to download. The third outing for the Bioware RPG was widely praised for its visuals,...[Read More]

E3 Square Enix Conference – Project Setsuna teased

Square Enix president Yosuke Matsuda teased an “all new console RPG” due next year at Square Enix’s E3 2015 press conference. It is codenamed Project Setsuna, and is a “complet...[Read More]

Overlord: Fellowship of Evil is official for Xbox One

We knew it was just a matter of time, and that time is now. Today Codemasters have revealed that Overlord: Fellowship of Evil will indeed be coming to Xbox One this year. *Commence happy dance* Overlo...[Read More]

Final Fantasy Type-0 HD review

Final Fantasy Type-0 originally saw release solely in Japan on PSP but it quickly gained a following in the west, thanks to its real-time, fast paced combat, intriguing characters and narrative, plus ...[Read More]

TiX crowdfunding spotlight issue #3

Greetings and welcome to Issue #3 of our crowdfunding spotlight. As with last week, we’ll be kicking off with an update on last week’s spotlighted projects before taking an in-depth look at a ne...[Read More]

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