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Drakengard 3 PS3 Review: The Gods Must Be Crazy

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.

Bound By Flame PC Review: The Fall of Icarus

Spiders' newest RPG aims to stand alongside the greats, but misses the mark completely.

Demon Gaze Vita Review: The Vita's Answer to Etrian Odyssey?

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.

JPgamer: Demon Gaze is an Unabashedly Old-School Dungeon Crawler

In this week's JPgamer, Pete delves into the strange, wonderful and suspiciously grid-based world of Kadokawa Games' Demon Gaze, coming soon to the West courtesy of NIS America.

The Witch and the Hundred Knight PS3 Review: Don't Call Her "Metallica"

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?

Final Fantasy FAQ and Beginner's Guide: The Best, Worst, and Weirdest Final Fantasy Games

Interested in learning more about the world's most popular RPG series? Here's everything you need to know: what Final Fantasy is, how it plays through, what are the best and worst games in the series - and where you should get started!

South Park: The Stick of Truth PC Review: Put On Your Robe and Wizard Hat

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.

Rule Gridania: How Final Fantasy XIV Won Over an Antisocial MMO-Hating Newbie

Square Enix just might have made good on its impossible ambition to create an MMO that appeals to online-averse Final Fantasy fans.

Inazuma Eleven 3DS Review: Dragon (Foot) Ball Z

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.

Daily Classic: How Chrono Cross Triumphed Over Destiny

As a sequel to upbeat Chrono Trigger, this gloomy RPG should have been a wreck... yet somehow, it wasn't.

Why PS4 is the Final Piece of the Final Fantasy XIV Puzzle

An impressive port to Sony's PlayStation 4 has the potential to put Final Fantasy XIV in a unique position among MMORPGs.

Lightning Returns PS3 Review: Not the Future of Final Fantasy, Just an Intriguingly Weird Present

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.

Bravely Default Salve-Maker Guide: What are the Best Compound Recipes?

So you want to be a Salve-Maker in Bravely Default? Here's a comprehensive list of all the recipes you can cook up with your items.

Bravely Default Guide: How to Rebuild Norende - And Why You Need to Do It

A big part of Bravely Default's early game involves rebuilding Tiz's hometown of Norende. But why should you bother? Lots of reasons, as it happens.

Bravely Default Job Guide: Commands, Combinations and Skills to Make the Best Party Setups

Want to know how best to go about building your party? This exhaustive list of all the Jobs in the game will help you plan unstoppable party builds.

Eight Great RPGs You Should Play if You Like Bravely Default

After you power through the latest portable epic, don't miss these back catalog greats.

Here's the Real Beauty of Dark Souls II

Once again, Dark Souls II is too big for any one preview to explain... and that's a good thing.

Bravely Default: Creating a Deceptively Modern 3DS RPG

The RPG's producers talk about breaking away from Final Fantasy and building something new in its place.

Is Conception II Really Like Persona? (No, Not Really)

Here's why the similarities between Atlus' flagship series and the newly-localized Conception are ultimately superficial.

Stories with Dice: The Thrill of Old-School D&D

Eurogamer's Oli Welsh rediscovers the joy of real role-playing.

Bravely Default Could be the Best Final Fantasy in a Decade

With its focus on mechanics over theatrics, Square-Enix's newest brand recalls the developer's salad days.

JPgamer: Victory, After a Hundred Hours

Some eight months after its original release -- and 112 hours of gameplay later -- Gamindustri is safe once again. Pete shares some final thoughts on Hyperdimension Neptunia Victory.

2013 in Review: The State of Role-Playing Games

How has the last year treated role-playing games? Jeremy and Pete take a look back on a year of swords, spiky hair and too many zippers.

Wonderful Memories, Crummy-Looking Postcard: Ys Memories of Celceta Review

Falcom's latest adventure may not be beautiful, but it has a great personality.

Counterpoint: Dark Souls II Will Kick Your Ass

It feels a bit different than its predecessors, but From's latest still offers their traditional tough-but-fair challenge.

Five Tantalizingly Untranslated PSP RPGs

These last-gen stragglers may never make their way to English-language territories, and they may never see new life on the Vita... but they should.

How Players Shaped the Direction of Lightning Returns

The final installment in the Final Fantasy XIII trilogy wasn't developed by committee, but the game's fans had a big role in shaping the story's direction.

Pokémon X & Y Versions Review

Despite the numerous changes it brings to the series, something seems to be missing in the latest generation of Pokémon.

TGS: Dying Sucks More Than Ever in Dark Souls II

But you can get by with a little help from your friends.

In Monster Hunter, It Takes a Village to Raise a Child...

...to kill monsters, that is.

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