The Windows port of the underrated tactical turn-based game is coming to the PS4 in 2016. If you’ve never played this game and you have a PS4, buy it. If you have played it, consider buying it again so Sega will consider porting the sequels as well.
A completely new adventure set in the Mass Effect universe. The game is said to take place after the original trilogy, in a different galaxy. Sadly, the clip shows no gameplay, and will only leave you wanting much more. Drops late 2016.
Ok, so the graphics on our 8-bit systems were never this good, but we’ll forgive the guys at CineFix their slight misnomer since their pixelated RPG remake of Anchorman is spot on. You stay classy, Nintendo. (Thanks PhilRoy!)
A first-person dungeon crawler for the PC influenced by classic RPGs like Ultima Underworld, Dungeon Master and Eye of the Beholder. Filled with challenging and tactical gameplay.
An enhanced edition of the legendary RPG Baldur’s Gate will be released for the iPad this April and will include additional content. Both Baldur’s Gate I and II will also be re-released for PC.
BioWare sat down with G4 to discuss the new roleplaying elements in Mass Effect 3. Players will not only be able to customize their weapons with mods but their class as well via binary skill trees.
Deadly soldier and one-man recruitment agency Commander Shepard urges us to reclaim our planet in the latest CGI trailer for Mass Effect 3. We want to join you Shep, but the game’s not out yet.
Assuming the game ever actually ships, Diablo III has something special in store for you. The game’s highest difficulty modes – Nightmare, Hell and Inferno promise to kick your ass into eternity.
A taste of the bigger and more action-packed set pieces teased by BioWare for Mass Effect 3. Also bigger? The enemies, like the colossal laser-eyed robot seen here. Thank goodness for alien worms.
The trailer is in Japanese, but it still doesn’t detract from the gorgeous anime-style graphics of this game. We hope it plays as good as it looks. Coming to North America and Europe in 2012.
A man, an elf and a dwarf walk into a barrage of monsters in the Power of Three trailer for Lord of the Rings: War in the North, teasing some of the skills and spells of the different races and classes.