Dragon Quest Builders Features
PODCAST | Mike, Nadia, and Caty play PUBG's new map, talk about Ready Player One, and discuss Dragon Quest Builders 2.
Since there seems to be some confusion, let's review how Dragon Quest Builders differs from Minecraft. Consider it a public service.
Finally, an answer to the "which Dragon Quest spin-off game should I take with me if I'm trapped on a desert island?" conundrum.
We pick the best game music of 2016 as our awards countdown continues.
Did 2016 meet all your expectations for gaming goodness?
AXE OF THE BLOOD GOD: Nadia and Kat dig into a strong year for RPGs.
We all voted on the best of 2016, but here are our personal favorites.
2016 IN REVIEW: The year's roster of excellent import role-playing options suggest rumors of the genre's death have been somewhat premature.
AXE OF THE BLOOD GOD: Kat and Nadia discuss the opening hours of Pokémon Sun and Moon before diving deeper into Dragon Quest Builders.
Join Nadia this afternoon as she takes up the mallet of the legendary Builder and turns mighty mountains into Swiss cheese.
AXE OF THE BLOOD GOD: It's a packed episode as we delve into Dragon Quest Builders, Yo-Kai Watch 2, Steamworld Heist, and Darkest Dungeon.
PODCAST: Does the PlayStation VR live up to expectations? Bob, Nadia, and Mike have thoughts!
We take a look at the biggest games coming out over the next few months.
What to do if you want to increase your RPG franchise's popularity in foreign lands? The trick, as the saying goes, could be to hook 'em while they're young.
A conversation with the creators of Square Enix's upcoming do-it-yourself take on the role-playing genre.
Looking beyond the slimy blue skin of Square Enix's construction sandbox adventure.
Not just in appearance, but in terms of its fundamental design philosophy.
Square Enix may finally have found the perfect tool to convince kids abroad to love the classic RPG franchise.
A mix of old and new could be just what the reluctant need to get into the world of blocky building.