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Prinny Presents NIS Classics Vol. 1 review

Bundling two of Nippon Ichi software’s tactical role-playing games, Prinny Presents NIS Classics Vol. 1 permits players to step in a starry-eyed past, before the ubiquity of season passes, massive day-one patches, and endless processions ...

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Fort Triumph review

The old adage states that if you’re going to steal, do it from the best. That’s the approach taken by Fort Triumph which borrows from both XCOM and Heroes of Might and Magic. While the ...

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Disgaea 6: Defiance of Destiny review

Tragically, most of the changes to Disgaea 6 fall flat, leaving the strength of the franchise’s foundations to carry this iteration to competency. Much like Disgaea 6’s indomitable and undead protagonist, Nippon Ichi Software is ...

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Empire of Angels IV review

Empire of Angels IV shows that strategy role-playing games don’t need intricate systems or wordy conversations. Simplified and filled with appealing characters, this makes for a delightful showing on Switch. Empires of Angels IV makes ...

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Dark Deity review

Outside of emulation, Dark Deity is the closest PC players might get to the storytelling and sprite-based skirmishes of Game Boy Advance-era Fire Emblem. If the developers can sort out some of the game’s issues, ...

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Mercenaries Blaze: Dawn of the Twin Dragons review

The latest entry in RideOn’s franchise continues to demonstrate improvement. Although the game doesn’t contribute much originality to the strategy role-playing genre, it’s still a worthwhile and contenting experience. After a trio of entries, released ...

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Brigandine: The Legend of Runersia (PS4) review

Twenty-two years after the first Brigandine arrived on the PlayStation One, Brigandine: The Legend of Forsena rekindles the basic formula. The mix of vying for control of bases alongside hex-based encounters still beguiles, only a bit less than it ...

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Tears of Avia review

Held back by a few balancing issues and other minor transgressions, Tears of Avia could have benefitted a bit more playtesting. But what’s here is probably pleasant enough to attract SRPG fans- on at least ...

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