After some IP licensing issues, this PC port lands in a few weeks.
Final Fantasy VII Remake will soon have a playable demo, but fans might want to go on information black-out right away: big-time spoilers are out there.
What did you, the RPG Site readers, love most in 2019? Here are the poll results.
The eleven RPGs we’re most interested in seeing in 2020. Plus, we tally the Readers’ Choice results!
Our final chapter to the Decade Memoirs explores a unique perspective that reflects back on Capcom’s revered open-world action RPG.
It’s important to recognize that even games of a different genre may impact us in a way that resembles a RPG; adventures that aren’t presented like a RPG can still lead us on as one.
Our most powerful memories don’t have to be something extravagant or drastic. Sometimes, simple tasks or pastimes add up to be the things we cherish the most as we look back.
An important game near and dear to our hearts doesn’t always have to be thrilling. Hidden gems can be found in times of quiet hardship, when we least expect it.
Although Mass Effect’s ultimate conclusion still leaves a bit of a scar on players today, the second entry in the series has left an eternal memory at the heart of this site.
Expectations were subverted time and time again these past 10 years, but few did it as well as Yoko Taro with NieR, which celebrates its 10th anniversary next year.