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Blakemore’s Grimoire Delayed Once More

Cleveland Blakemore’s one man project, Grimoire: Heralds of the Winged Exemplar, has been delayed once more after a promised release on July 7th. As previously reported, Grimoire was scheduled for…

E3 2017 – Mary Skelter: Nightmares Preview

Tucked away in a bar just outside the South Hall, Idea Factory International had a single Vita game to showcase to members of the press during this year’s E3. Mary…

Operation Babel: New Tokyo Legacy System Details Revealed

New information for NIS America’s upcoming Dungeon Crawler RPG Operation Battle: New Tokyo Legacy has been revealed on the official website. New details include information about the concept, battle system and strengthening…

Darkest Dungeon

Darkest Dungeon Review – Lambs To The Slaughter

Darkest Dungeon was a game that I really wanted to like. Ever since its successful Kickstarter campaign and Early Access launch, the title had me sold me on its creepy…

Rogue Wizards

Rogue Wizards Review – Dungeon Crawling Gets Strategic

Take one part roguelike, another part hack n’ slash dungeon crawler, add a heaping helping of loot and you’ve got the beginnings of a very fun indie RPG from Spellbind…

Gen Con 2016 – Nephilim: Final Judgement

There is always one game that takes us completely by surprise at Gen Con, and 2016 was no exception. Had Mike from Bumblebear Games not emailed me a few weeks…

Nights of Azure

Nights of Azure Review – Blue Blood, Red Heart

A surprising combination of gameplay mechanics and themes makes for an intriguing new PlayStation 4 game from developer Gust in their game Nights of Azure. A straightforward dungeon crawler paired…

The Witch and the Hundred Knight Review – And the Thousand Snores

Back in 2014 The Witch and the Hundred Knight came to America. This action RPG, from the creators of Disgaea, launched onto the PlayStation 3 without much fanfare and mediocre…

To The Green – [email protected]

ASCII dungeon crawlers are a strange pocket of gaming, even for those of us who live and breathe the hobby. Pure expressions of gameplay with graphics that serve only to…

Crypt of the Necrodancer Review – Inventive and Challenging

Usually when you think of rhythm games, the first thing that comes to mind are games like Guitar Hero or DDR, but most likely you don’t associate it with fighting…