Reviews → RPGs
Sega's 16-bit sci-fi JRPG is revolutionary in many ways, but its age becomes apparent when you play through it.
Kingdom Hearts 3 ushers a beloved series into a new generation, while wholeheartedly embracing its roots.
Here's our completed review for Pokemon Let's Go Pikachu and Let's Go Eevee. Let's go! Our friends are waiting!
Sega makes a proper return to the battlefield after more than a decade of waiting. Our full review of Valkyria Chronicles 4.
Nintendo's mini-NES isn't the ultimate 8-bit experience, but it delivers ample quality for a reasonable price.
Obsidian Entertainment's original RPG takes to the high seas in this latest adventure.
You don't have to give up much to enjoy Skyrim on the go.
Join us as we review every Super NES Classic game. Next up: A strong relationship is forged -- and ends -- under the starlight.
Join us as we review every Super NES Classic game. Next up: Crayola and light horror make an epic RPG baby together.
Join us as we review every Super NES Classic game. Next up: The reigning prince of 16-bit RPGs.
Join us as we review every Super NES Classic game. Next up: A real gem of an action-RPG that has some rough edges.
The unique way Final Fantasy XIV forces players to play leads to interesting pay-offs with every expansion.
And it fixes Final Fantasy XV's Scrappy in the process.
Town-building and dungeon crawling exist in harmony in this charming action RPG by the director of Secret of Mana.
Nioh mostly measures up to the high standards set by other Soulsborne games.
UPDATED 11/30! We're rounding up and reviewing all the essentials for your tiny Nintendo console. Latest: A carrying case, and a fix for a promising controller.
Pokémon Sun and Moon dishes out plenty of sun, surf, and fun for Pokémon fans.
UPDATED 11/16! Need a longer controller cord? A carrying case? We're rounding up and reviewing all the essentials for your tiny Nintendo console.
Console owners will get the most out of this remastered version of Skyrim, though the game's universal appeal can't be denied even five years later.