USgamer's RPG Podcast Looks at this Fall's Upcoming Releases

USgamer's RPG Podcast Looks at this Fall's Upcoming Releases

AXE OF THE BLOOD GOD: On this week's Kat-less episode, we dive into the many RPG releases of the next few months while lamenting our lack of free time.

It's been a relatively quiet week for RPGs, leaving us with not much to talk about. So instead of cancelling this week's episode of Axe of the Blood God, we have no choice but to look towards the terrifying future.

Even if we're in sort of a lull, it won't be long before we're beset with more RPGs than we'll ever have time to play. So, for this episode—thanks to the suggestion of a helpful Twitter follower—Axe of the Blood God will be looking at the many notable RPGs scheduled to hit between now and October. Whatever your tastes, there's bound to be something from our list of upcoming RPGs that'll strike your fancy. So, for the time being, sit back and listen to us speculate about Phantom Brave, Dragon Quest VII, Shin Megami Tensei IV: Apocalypse, Final Fantasy XV, Yokai Watch 2, and Dragon Quest Builders. Kat will be next week, bringing my podcasting reign of terror to an end—so please enjoy!

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