The modern era of gaming has been particularly kind to RPG fans. Thanks to the abundance of hugely successful action, fantasy and isometric and turn-based RPG’s, you could easily put together a strong argument that this genre is the most popular of all time. Whether you want to explore vast open worlds, enjoy some of the most gripping narratives present in modern gaming or want to be challenged with complex and brilliantly designed combat mechanics, the RPG genre provides.
However, you may be wondering which of the myriad of RPG’s on the market are actually worth your time and money. Well, we aim to answer this question. Below we have a series of RPG reviews, giving you all the information you could ever need about these games. So check out our selection below and make an informed decision on your next RPG adventure.
Also, be sure to check in with this page regularly, as we intend to keep the reviews coming and cover the biggest RPG games on the horizon.
- Trinity Trigger Review – No Secret It’s a Mana Game
- The Lord of the Rings: Gollum Review – You’re Tolkien the Piss
- Diablo 4 Review – Hell Is Heavenly
- Redfall Review: A Horrifying Half-Baked Xbox Exclusive Looter-Shooter
- Star Wars Jedi Survivor Review – The Force Is Strong With This One
- Stray Blade Review – Dark Souls For Dummies
- Octopath Traveler II Review: Sometimes Bigger Simply Is Better
- Atomic Heart Review – I Haven’t Got The Heart
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- The Fall of Babylon’s Fall – Why Babylon’s Fall Failed
- Forspoken Review – If I Speak, I Am in Big Trouble
- Most Disappointing RPGs of 2022
- Harvestella Review – Final Fantasy Farm House
- God of War Ragnarok Review: The Saga Ends in Style
- Undecember Review
- A Plague Tale Requiem Review – Beautiful, Bleak And Better Than Before
- The Last Oricru Review
- Sword Art Online Lycoris Review – A World of Wasted Potential | Nintendo Switch
- The Last of Us Part 1 Review: Buy It or Pass?
- Blossom Tales 2: The Minotaur King Review – A Throwback to the 90s
- The Ascent Review
- Ghostwire: Tokyo Review- A Divisive but Daring Open World
- Sekiro NG+ Explained