Atlus asked fans, "Would'jya like to take a surrrrvey?"
COMMUNITY QUESTION | It's time to get nostalgic.
Special guest Ben Hanson joins the pod to remember the Compilation of Final Fantasy 7.
He doesn't know about any plans for the series, though.
The PS5's new logo isn't groundbreaking, but there's value in sticking to what works.
Remember the Vita? Jim Ryan does.
From NetHack to The Witcher 3, we celebrate the greatest RPGs throughout gaming history.
Some Final Fantasy games have remakes of their remakes. What's the definitive version of each single-player mainline installment? Let us help you.
Gearbox goes Borderlands crazy in April, with a new release and a neat free update to an existing one.
We try to condense everything you need to know about Kingdom Hearts, so you don't have to read five million Wikis.
Instead, the Dracula X Chronicles remakes' scripts and voice acting will be used in the remasters for Symphony of the Night and Rondo of Blood.
One of the greatest tactics RPGs ever outshines its better-known successor.
A PSP emulator was discovered in the PS4 remaster.
Kratos sets off on his latest adventure, but perhaps you want to know his story up until this point?
A look back to that brilliant but rarely seen mid-'90s arcade classic, Elevator Action II.
After three months in soft launch, Monster Hunter Explore is closing up shop. Oh, and the fix for Monster Hunter Freedom Unite is delayed. And the Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney Trilogy is still broken.
We'll probably never see another entry in Namco's dreamlike platform action series, and that's a darned shame.
COVER STORY: The artist who has given life to so many Final Fantasy games speaks about his inspirations, the difference between fine and commercial art, and his current projects.
We hope to find the answer in Castlevania's Dracula X duology, Rondo of Blood and Symphony of the Night. Are our words as empty as our souls?
Final Fantasy Tactics Advance is returning for the first time since 2003. Meanwhile, Breath of Fire 3 PSP is making its way to North America for the first time.
Long after many RPG fans gave it up for dead, it seems that Final Fantasy Type-0 is finally coming West -- in considerably enhanced form.
Jeremy and Jaz recount their time at one of the most exciting shows ever.
Hungry to stomp about in a big robot and blow stuff up? This enhanced PSP port has got you covered if Titanfall didn't quite fit the bill.
We've picked out 10 of them. Load up your shiny new Vita slim with these last-gen greats!
Eurogamer's Ollie Barder dissects the history of one of Japan's most enduring mecha series.
A brand new PSP game? In 2013? Yes, not only is Sweet Fuse a thing that exists, seemingly against all odds, but it's rather good, too. Pete spends some time with Keiji Inafune's niece and her army of suitors as the dastardly Count Hogstein attempts to make trouble for the man behind Mega Man.
Sony's completely unexpected jump into the microconsole market is a really, really smart move, for several reasons -- not least of which is the fact it'll potentially get more people playing games from the sprawling and underappreciated PSP and Vita libraries than ever before.
The future of the Trails in the Sky series in the West was in some doubt for a while, but JRPG fans can rest easy -- Estelle and Joshua's story will continue in English next year.
Pete ponders the virtues of one of the most overlooked entries in the Silent Hill series.
With this week's release of The Walking Dead: 400 Days, a whole lot of you are doubtless going to be hungry for more story-heavy action soon. Here's a roundup of some other experiences you might want to try.
Victor Ireland and Takayuki Harakami on the methods and madness behind the RPG bringing up the caboose on the PSP train.