Run, dodge, and kill your way to victory.
Where are we "@" on our list? One of the most deceptively simple yet influential dungeon crawls.
Motion Twin's tight Metroidvania roguelike is coming to everything.
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.