The original console roguelike returns to show the new kids how it's done.
Terror may indeed stalk these shadows, but yonder - a glint of gold.
Jeremy slugs his way through the endless battles of the latest monster-collecting dungeon-crawler and finds it pleasantly improved over the last (so far).
Tired of waiting for Mighty No. 9? Even in Early Access form, Batterystaple Games' Mega Man/roguelike hybrid shows promise.
Size Five Games mixes hundreds of deaths and tiny, significant victories for a roguelike that'll have you saying "Just one more run."
There's more than meets the eye to Galak-Z's Viper-like starfighter.
Jeremy, Kat, and special guest Steve Tramer jump into the prickliest of subgenres — roguelikes.
Constant dangers rising from the depths help make this addictive RPG mash-up equally ascendant.
Although it holds faithful to the two series whose names it bears, Etrian Mystery Dungeon offers more than just an RPG mash-up.
With another ToeJam & Earl on the way, we examine the Sega franchise time forgot.
At one point does a lot of gaming become too much? We explore the line between enjoyment and addiction.
Though its central feature might seem like nothing more than a gimmick, Brace Yourself Games' strange creation gives turn-based dungeon crawling an irresistible beat.
The popular metroguevania hack-em-up looks great on Vita, but its underlying flaws still peek through.
A look at Final Fantasy X-2: Last Mission, wherein the Gullwings were indie before it was cool.
One of the most well-established roguelikes ever made finally gets a Steam release.
Another day, another roguelike-like. What does Minor Key Games' Lovecraftian effort have to set it apart from its rivals?
The well-regarded Tales of Maj'Eyal forms one-fifth of the latest Indie Royale bundle.