Super Auto Pets is the first game out of independent studio Team Wood Games, and is available both as a free browser title as well as a mobile app for Android and (soon at the time of writing) iOS. At the easy-going cost of FREE (click here to play now), and with a lightning fast pace, it’s certainly a game worth checking out.Continue reading
After ‘Kingdom Hearts: Chain of Memories’ established the concept that there could be installments into the series around the main entries, and that appearances on handhelds were going to be equally plot-relevant to their main-line kin, Square Enix upped the game by taking advantage of the then-new Sony PlayStation Portable device.Continue reading
After the triumphant arrival of Valkyria Chronicles onto PlayStation 3, fans of the IP were a little surprised to see the second main-line entry into the series released onto the company’s handheld, the PSP. Even more so to see the war-torn series now focus its attention on a military academy setting.Continue reading
It’s possible that no console experience has ever summed up the feeling of playing a pen and paper RPG quite as succinctly as Voice of Cards. Rather than a summary of every mechanic, it focuses in on the storyteller experience, with the Dungeon Master presenting every aspect of the games world to you through a personal narrative between his/herself and the group. It is this element that Voice of Cards absolutely nails.Continue reading
The setup for a sequel to Square Enix and Disney’s break-out hit ‘Kingdom Hearts’ was baked into the finale of the original title, both in the final scenes of the main campaign and in the unlockable video that players got for fully completing the game. But few would have imagined that the Game Boy Advance exclusive title ‘Kingdom Hearts: Chain of Memories’ would have been so impactful on Kingdom Hearts 2.
Kingdom Hearts is perhaps one of the RPG scene’s best known franchises, in part because it features the mix of Squaresoft at its best with the star power of Disney, and in part because of its compelling and rich story.
A quirky little dungeon crawl with some excellent artwork, Green Skin Dungeon Master is one of those rare titles that swaps the traditional fantasy perspective of Humans vs Orcs and instead places you in the shoes of one of the titular Green Skins. Continue reading
Rightfully called one of the best RPGs of all time, Panzer Dragoon Saga finds itself in the highly praised company of ‘Suikoden II’ and ‘Chrono Trigger’, but unlike these staples of the genre it gets a lot less attention and has never seen release outside of its original appearance on the short lived Sega Saturn.
On paper, Monolisk is a perfect fit for mobile, with endless user-created dungeons that can keep you dungeon crawling for years to come. In practice it’s a little bit of a shallow experience that may have mistaken ‘streamlined’ for ‘dull’.
Another Eden is something of a master class in presenting a modern feeling, single player RPG for the free-to-play market of mobile. It looks good, plays solidly and keeps its freemium elements on the down low to the point that they are optional and can be ignored. It’s also perhaps the most obvious love letter to ‘Chrono Trigger’ you’ll ever play.