Vambrace: Cold Soul combines Darkest Dungeon tactics with JRPG homage, but is it the best of both worlds? Read our complete review.
DreamQuest IX is a JRPG-inspired dungeon crawler and not much else. Check your potion inventory and read our complete review.
Aveyond 4: Shadow of the Mist is a rib-tickling RPG that showcases the fall of Boyle Wolfbane, a villain who lusts after ruling the world. Read our full review.
After years of being the default hero in RPG Maker, Ralph teams up with a Haremancer to summon girls to his aid in the dungeons. Read our full review about this JRPG…
From Dancing Dragon Games comes this new twist on the JRPG genre. Read IGR’s full review…
Suits: A Business RPG looks like a satire of corporate capitalism, but it’s really more of a collection of random, office-related jokes in JRPG format. Fix that tie and read our review.
RPG Maker MV allows anyone to create and share RPG games, with no coding skills required. The latest version allows you to export projects to Android, iOS, and Mac.
The third entry in an established series, Data Hacker: Reboot excels in bringing an envisioned world to life. Read our full review.
Last Word from indie dev Twelve Tiles gives urbane party conversation the JRPG treatment. Don your best evening wear and power up your witty repartee.
Lisa from Dingaling studios is a successfully Kickstarted, deliberately ugly RPG-Maker offering inspired by drug abuse, professional wrestling and the apocalypse.
One Way Heroics from indie developer Smoking WOLF is a turn-based RPG roguelike and a forced scroller. Read our full review…
Join Marty as he teams up with the heroes of Saturday morning cartoons from the 1980s. Use your totally awesome magic powers to vanquish the forces of evil.
A review of To The Moon – a JRPG-styled indie game from Freebird Games. Read on to discover why this futuristic tale was one of the most beloved in 2011.
From Mika Mobile comes Battleheart – a highly addictive, gorgeous looking game for all iOS devices featuring dozens of unique characters classes, items and enemies. Find out why our reviewer loved this game so much he drained his iPod batteries four times over…
At 26 years Mark Leung, an entirely self-taught indie game designer has spawned one of the most irreverent politically charged and side-splitting full-length role playing games of all time. Read Indie Game Reviewer’s rundown of the how the full game plays…