Tag: arpg

Jun
23

REVIEW: Warhammer Chaosbane

A very fun game whose biggest flaw is the price

Apr
30

REVIEW: Eternity: The Last Unicorn

Dance the dodge-step dance with your Unicorn!

Jan
09

REVIEW: Crimson Keep

Crimson Keep is a first person action RPG. Descend into an ever-changing labyrinth full of monsters, traps, treasure, repetition, missing content, broken achievements, and terrible RNG.

Jun
20

REVIEW: Warhammer: Inquisitor – Martyr

As an Inquisitor you don’t care about anything else than Purging the Galigari sector that is rotting from the inside out. Warhammer: Inquisitor – Martyr is an ARPG that features design choices that don’t sound good even on paper.

Feb
07

PREVIEW: Harsh

Behind Harsh‘s simple and somewhat garish menu system is a survival-crafting ARPG that can look simply beautiful. It’s rough around the edges now, but it’s definitely one to watch.

Aug
10

REVIEW: Cat Quest

Cat Quest won’t revolutionise the ARPG genre, what it will do however is serve as an excellent introduction for people new to it and for parents who want to introduce children to the joys of gaming.

May
11

REVIEW: Westboro

Westboro is a real-time action RPG set in a dystopian future, where Earth’s fresh water supply is regulated by a greedy multinational.

May
09

REVIEW: Necropolis: Brutal Edition

Necropolis is a rogue-like action role-playing game with a unique graphical style and a good sense of humour, but flaws and limitations leave it falling short of its potential.

May
08

REVIEW: Asura

Asura is a single-player hack-and-slash ARPG with rogue-like elements set in a fantasy-themed world apparently inspired by Indian mythology.

Mar
28

REVIEW: Vikings – Wolves of Midgard

Vikings: Wolves Of Midgard is an Action RPG hack’n Slash set in the world of ancient Norse mythology.