Xenoblade Chronicles: Definitive Edition sands off its rougher edges for a more streamlined experience for the JRPG classic.
A classic 2D RPG classic does even better in the 3D realm.
Square Enix returns to an old favorite, but it's definitely not playing it safe.
DX successfully brings the storybook charm of the original Mystery Dungeon to a new generation.
Another game finally revisits the Legacy of Goku.
An overlooked Wii U RPG gets deserved top billing on Switch.
After all the controversy, it turns out that Pokemon Sword and Shield is actually pretty darn good.
Seek out new life and new civilizations, and then steal stuff from them.
This unique RPG highlights everything that goes on inside our heads.
Game Freak's bite-sized RPG carries a lot of charm, but also a lot of frustration and boredom.
The Trails saga still shines like polished steel.
The lack of new loot and a so-so campaign weighs down an otherwise solid expansion for Destiny 2.
Indivisible's personable cast and engaging battle system carry the experience across its rough patches.
Leave Pandora behind, as you take to the stars to shoot and loot people on other planets.
One of the generation's best action games gets a terrific expansion.
Intelligent Systems' venerable tactics series finally returns to console, but is it a success? Our full review.
With these hands we will destroy, and with these hands we will rebuild.
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.
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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.
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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.
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Pokémon Sun and Moon dishes out plenty of sun, surf, and fun for Pokémon fans.
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.
A brilliant marriage in which two very different types of game — Minecraft and the classical console RPG — come together to find their common ground.
Mario's latest is a beautiful, rollicking adventure that's been folded, spindled, and mutilated by questionable design choices.
Level-5's charming Pokemon-like still shows promise, but refuses to budge from its more irritating design decisions.
If you crave a meaty JRPG you can gnaw on for hours, make Dragon Quest VII: Fragments of the Forgotten Past for the Nintendo 3DS your new jam.
One of the best RPGs of the decade gets a direct sequel. Does Apocalypse live up to its predecessor's impressive standard? Final thoughts and score!
Halcyon 6 doesn't quite live up to its immense promise out of the gate, but it's on its way.
Fallout 4's final piece of DLC reflects the game's broader weaknesses.
Adam Jensen trades all the luck he has for brand-new augments and an all-new adventure.
The original console roguelike returns to show the new kids how it's done.
Capcom assembles the best Monster Hunter content, new and old, for the most refined and accessible take on the formula to date.
The finale to SEGA's RPG saga — and the first to be released in the West — is great, if you don't mind being seated during the third act of a movie.
Atlus gives the Wii U one great RPG as a swan song.
A clever and very attractive tactics RPG that is nevertheless missing that certain something.
Heart Machine's action RPG rewards players who learn by travelling, fighting, and dying.
Gust's new action RPG resembles a relic of the PS2 era... one dressed for her wedding night.
Square Enix targets a more casual audience with their take on Monster Hunter.
A late release for the Nintendo 3DS is quietly one of the year's best.
Yes, Fallout 4 is indeed a Bethesda RPG, with all that entails.
If you've been afraid to approach Capcom's complex action-RPG series, this could be the perfect installment to bring you into the fold.
If your senses haven't been dulled to Borderlands, this stopgap sequel offers even more of what you love… but not much else.
Like its predecessor, Costume Quest 2 is a simple but delightful treat.
With its focus on the relentless regurgitation of content, Bandai Namco's latest RPG proves it's easy being green.
A magical girl suffers a psychotic break and goes on a roaring rampage of revenge in this subpar action RPG from the developers of Nier.
Spiders' newest RPG aims to stand alongside the greats, but misses the mark completely.
Kadokawa Games' dungeon crawler is a wonderfully accessible introduction to the genre -- and proof a game doesn't need to be overly flashy to provide an enjoyable, addictive experience.
Nippon Ichi's latest is something of a departure from its usual fare. Can the legendary power of the Hundred Knight calm the troubled soul of Metallia, the universe's most pissed-off witch?
Obsidian's latest is a 15-hour episode of South Park. That probably tells many of you everything you need to know about this game.
This hyperactive sports RPG won't do much for fans of serious soccer sims, but anyone interested in a more lighthearted approach should check it out.
The Final Fantasy XIII saga continues to be tremendously polarizing and occasionally somewhat baffling. But on the other hand, this final entry plays better than ever.
Falcom's latest adventure may not be beautiful, but it has a great personality.
Despite the numerous changes it brings to the series, something seems to be missing in the latest generation of Pokémon.