Tag: SRPG

Mar
24

REVIEW: ROMANCE OF THE THREE KINGDOMS XIV

Lead your faction in its conquest of Imperial China with a familiar cast of characters and plentiful options to customize each of the many scenarios available to you.

Mar
22

PREVIEW: Legend of Keepers: Career of a Dungeon Master

A more recent title in the classic be the bad guy approach, Legend of Keepers: Career of a Dungeon Master is a rogue-lite reverse dungeon crawler with some interesting ideas that don’t quite have enough replay value yet.

Mar
01

REVIEW: Broken Lines

Lead a squad of World War II soldiers in their mission to survive being cut off from the rest of the world in a mysterious and hostile territory.

Jan
05

PREVIEW: Trials of Fire

An entertaining tactical deck-building title, Trials of Fire is the first that I’ve played in the genre that can truly compete with the heavyweight that is Slay the Spire.

Dec
24

ARTICLE: Strategy games for beginners

The strategy game genre can be quite hard to get into, but here are a few games that can serve as good entry points Strategy games can be a tough genre to get into, there’s no doubt about it. There […]

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.

Oct
28

PREVIEW: Himeko Sutori

Clearly paying homage to the tactical RPGs of yesteryear, Himeko Sutori borrows much from past entries in the genre but also introduces a number of systems to create its own unique experience.

Oct
02

REVIEW: Prodigy Tactics

Are you on the lookout for a tactical combat game complete with an array of interesting, highly detailed and unique heroes to go into battle with? If you love conflicts where the outcome depends on your battle strategies, you will […]

Aug
08

REVIEW: City of the Shroud

Reuse as a coding principle is commendable, but too much reuse in a SRPG makes City of the Shroud a rather dull game indeed.