Tag: roguelike

Nov
27

PREVIEW: Wildermyth

Save the world of the Yondering Lands from catastrophe with your growing party of legendary heroes who improve, adapt, and retire in old age in this narrative and procedurally generated, tactical roleplaying game.

Nov
26

REVIEW: Tales of Maj’Eyal – Collector’s Edition

While Tales of Maj’Eyal is one of the oldest, richest roguelikes available, this classic still manages to impress in its forward-thinking design for newcommers.

Sep
17

REVIEW: Phantom Rose

Time to slice up some teddy bears.

May
25

REVIEW: DragonFangZ Extra Dungeons

DragonFangZ teeth get even sharper. Are you up to the task? Join me as I recount my escapades in three new labyrinths.

May
11

REVIEW: Tangledeep Legend of Shara

Get ready to return to the mystical realm known as Tangledeep. Uncover the lore behind “Shara’s Story” in this gripping new DLC. The Premium roguelike just got even better. Read on..

Feb
28

REVIEW: Toejam and Earl: Back in the Groove

An update to an old Sega classic, these two aliens still have some groove to them.

Sep
08

ARTICLE: A History of FPS rogue-lites

Do you like first-person shooters? Do you like rogue-lites? Check out what happened when both were mixed together.

Sep
02

ARTICLE: A History of the words roguelike and rogue-lite (they do have a different meaning)

If you see anyone inappropriately using the term roguelike to describe a game that does not even belong to the genre, send them this article.

Aug
05

REVIEW: Wizard of Legend

Wizard of Legend is an action-packed roguelike that takes a lot of inspiration from the beat-em-up genre, but unfortunately remains bland and repetitive throughout.

Jun
28

PREVIEW: Paper Dungeons Crawler

Paper Dungeons Crawler melds a new runic system into the roguelike genre, and it also offers a couple more unique systems to the mix. Let’s take a dive into Cyndaria and see what we can unearth.