GhostWire: Tokyo is not supposed to be a horror. It's an action-investigation but looks spooky as hell!
Bandai Namco has put a new team in charge of the Tales Of JRPG franchise.
If your current problem is London's spy drones, then you need to recruit a drone hacker. Or, failing that, work with one awesome grandmother who gets shit done.
This is an open world (open water?) RPG and players will be able to swim in the oceans, through swamps and even into rivers.
This extended version of the trailer is a cut of action, choices and locations in Seattle.
The game is described as both dark and witty. It's a player-driven story in which you turn up as a stranger and take on the corporate bureaucracy bullshit of a colony world.
The game will use boosters. Players collect these to build their own Fellowships to better explore the J. R. R. Tolkien's quintessential fantasy world.
Up to four players can go adventuring together in Minecraft Dungeons. Why? To save the village. This feels like a D&D dungeon crawl in the truest sense though there's no official word as to whether the quest begins in a tavern.
Set 15 years after Dying Light, humanity is barely holding on, and brutal factions vie for power.
Elden Ring is a fantasy action-RPG directed by the famous Hidetaka Miyazaki.