Reeva, god of Fortune, throws the Dice of Fate. Illness or health, happiness or misery, long life or an untimely death; all is determined by the ground shaking bounce, spin, and roll of the cosmic dice.
Nothing screams fantasy epic more than mithril swords, bronze axes, spells, potions, vampires, arcmages, and the fate of the world resting on the shoulders of an unlikely hero.
A world ravished by political conflict and war in which four nations struggle for supremacy.
What do you get when you grab steampunk robots, place them in a post-apocalyptic universe, and add to the mix an oppressive government, pirates, and a mysterious xenophobic entity?
The latest entry of Koei Tecmo and Gust’s long-running RPG series, Atelier Sophie: The Alchemist of the Mysterious Book, has arrived, bringing an all-new alchemist to train in the arts of creating elements while partaking in hundreds of turn-based battles.
Sometimes dreams are scarier than what you can see at the movies. Neverending Nightmares, by indie developer Infinitap, is inspired by developer Matt Gilgenbach’s battle with obsessive-compulsive behavior and depression, and it shows, with plenty of creepy and grotesque imagery, freakish, detailed monsters, and surreal gameplay.
Giant monsters known as Gigants have appeared and torn the world apart, leaving humanity on the brink of extinction.
With Aliens Day being celebrated this month (it was on 4/26, the same number as the planet that Ripley and crew visit in Ridley Scott’s classic horror film Alien and officially named in the sequel), Zen Studios has released three new pinball tables based on some of the dreaded Xenomorph’s most thrilling appearances: Aliens, Alien Vs.
Square Enix and Io Interactive’s Hitman Go: Definitive Edition is a strange game, mixing everyone’s favorite bald-headed, silent assassin with the ancient Chinese board game.
Sometimes doing what you love pays off. Team GrisGris’ Corpse Party was a Japanese freeware indie horror RPG game released in 1996 that was developed using RPG Maker.