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Achilles: Legends Untold - Review @ Exputer

Posted on Apr 16, 2024 01:22 by RPGWatch

[​IMG]Exputer reviewed Achilles: Legends Untold:


Achilles: Legends Untold Review - A Greek Legend Rough Around The Edges

Live the legends of a warrior that becomes stranded between the fabric of life and death

The Achilles: Legends Untold is a game based on ancient Greek mythology. It is an open-world ARPG that allows you to roam aimlessly around the map, exploring dungeons and slaying mythical creatures. Although my experience with the game was quite admiring, it has some tedious mechanics and UI features that I hope ultimately improve.


Achilles: Legends Untold is a great narrative of Greek mythology, but its gameplay dynamics contradict an ARPG's. If we overlook that it belongs to a certain genre, I believe the game stands its ground in being a marvelous action game.

I would not suggest the game to players expecting an offhand ARPG experience. But, if you are eager to try out a new perspective of an ARPG, then the game will somehow keep you entertained.

Apart from its misplaced fundamentals of gameplay mechanics, the game can offer a delightful walkthrough to players who wish to pursue the main questline.

Score: 3.5/5

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ES4: Oblivion - Centre of Nirn Mod released

Posted on Apr 16, 2024 01:22 by RPGWatch

[​IMG]The Centre of Nirn Mod has been released:


Journey to the Centre of Nirn

"Look not to the Heavens but to the ground beneath your feet
For there the Gods have sown the makings of deceit"

Follow in the steps of a famous explorer as you follow the clues to the location of a long lost city.
Travel through vast magma chambers and dark caverns solving puzzles, riddles and intriguing mazes before finally discovering the fate of a lost Ayleid city.

About this mod.

I took 2 years out from the nexus to develop this huge mod based on Jules Vernes famous story which has always entranced me. There are distinct parallels with his story and of course being a fantasy game, I have added much more.
There are over 80 locations and I wrote over 100 scripts for it in order that it is not just a pure cave trawl.

It contains models by other creators of content that I will mention here..

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King Arthur: Legion IX - Meet the Romans

Posted on Apr 16, 2024 01:22 by RPGWatch

[​IMG]Learn more about the Romans of King Arthur: Legion IX:


Meet the Romans! - Praetorius


We have finally revealed the release date of our upcoming tactical RPG, King Arthur: Legion IX, but we haven't unveiled everything about the game yet. Today we will be looking at a character that we did not mention so far, probably because he wouldn't want the fame and glory anyway. All he wants to do is serve eternally!

As the tribune of the Ninth Legion, Gaius Julius Mento is an important figure in the grand hierarchy of the soldiers under Emperor Sulla. While he is an excellent fighter, he was still given an unflinching bodyguard. This bodyguard is a loyal Roman soldier, Octavius Remus.

He is, in fact, a praetorian, an elite guard of military praetors. Despite his prowess, he won't try to steal the spotlight, that's just not in his character. In fact, he is a very enigmatic person, and undead legionary proudly bearing the weight of his role of a defender. He is loyal, as evidenced by the fact that he appears beside Gaius when he emerges from the Underworlds.

He wields a massive shield and utilizes skills around the theme of defense, such as Wall of Blades and Bulwark, but he is a fairly good melee fighter as well, capable of using his shield as a weapon (Shield Bash). When things get tough in the magical land of Avalon, you might want to turn towards a more defensive tactical approach until the balance shifts - the praetorian will be very useful in these moments.

It would mean a lot to us if you would put King Arthur: Legion IX on your wishlist before the release date (May 9th, 2024), and if you own King Arthur: Knight's Tale, be on the lookout for a little token of gratitude when this new game launches.

Onwards to Nova Roma!

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NWN - Darkness Over Daggerford Review

Posted on Apr 15, 2024 19:22 by RPGWatch

[​IMG]The RPG Codex looks back at Neverwinter Nights - Darkness Over Daggerford:


RPG Codex Review: Neverwinter Nights - Darkness Over Daggerford

Last month, we published a review of Ossian Studios' Tyrants of the Moonsea module for Neverwinter Nights: Enhanced Edition by our resident Neverwinter Nights expert Gargaune. I'm happy to report that Gargaune decided to follow that up with a review of Ossian's other Enhanced Edition DLC module, the Baldur's Gate-ish adventure Neverwinter Nights: Darkness Over Daggerford. Unlike Tyrants of the Moonsea, the original free version of Darkness Over Daggerford was basically complete when it was released following the cancellation of the NWN premium module program back in 2006. Its 2018 Enhanced Edition rerelease offered mainly audio/visual improvements and bugfixes, which normally wouldn't be significant enough to merit a review. However, since we never actually published a review of the original module, it's a fine opportunity to finally give it the attention it deserves. Without further ado:

Per Ossian themselves, their ambition for Darkness over Daggerford was to recreate a Baldur's Gate-like experience, referring to the BioWare title's open-world structure in particular. And to that end, Miranda's little studio delivered a feature that was sorely lacking in the original release and one that remains among NWN's standout post-launch additions - a true and proper world map! Indeed, DoD is the most "open world" NWN module I've played to date and Ossian genuinely succeeded in recapturing that original BG feeling of roaming the countryside looking for trouble. After being set loose from Daggerford itself, situated in the northern part of the map, you're free to explore a large, semi-contiguous region stretching out to the south, along the Trade Way heading to Baldur's Gate. The world map in DoD isn't just a nice visual flourish on your destination list like in the later TotM, but consistently involves discovery - e.g. to reach the Wild Hills for the first time, you'll have to travel in its direction from the Western Farmlands, Gillian's Hill, or the Wild Pastures, but you can't just hop over from the Eastern Farmlands unless you've already visited the Wild Hills before. Quest destinations will reveal some major locations on the map, while others you'll discover as proximate to your current location.


Bottom line, DoD caters to some RPG fans more than to others. If you're looking for a dungeon crawl, this isn't the module for you. If you're in it for a grand, sombre plot, it ain't that either. But if you want something to recapture that Baldur's Gate-like sense of exploration, of roaming the countryside in search of adventure and curiosities, it doesn't get much better than Darkness over Daggerford for NWN or many other contenders. It's a charming and lively open-world adventure, which is equally true for the new EE revision with its polished production values (for sale on GOG, Steam, or directly from Beamdog) as it is for the old PM release (available at the Neverwinter Vault). Either package is well worth checking out if that speaks to you, but the EE version will certainly yield the best experience if it's within your budget, and if one good turn deserves another, Ossian absolutely did NWN fans a solid back in the day.

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RPG General News - Turn Based Games

Posted on Apr 15, 2024 19:22 by RPGWatch

[​IMG]Joel RPG recommends some turn-based games:


Top 15 Best NEW Turn Based Strategy-Tactics-RPG Games That You Should Try | 2024 Edition

00:00 Intro
01:53 #15. No Plan B (PC)
02:30 #14. Slice & Dice (PC, Android)
03:07 #13. Solium Infernum (PC)
03:42 #12. Dominions 6 - Rise of the Pantokrator (PC)
04:19 #11. LONESTAR (PC)
04:53 #10. Headquarters: World War II (PC)
05:26 #9. Tendryll (PC)
06:00 #8. Dark Deity 2 (PC)
06:40 #7. ARC SEED (PC)
07:15 #6. Guild Saga: Vanished Worlds (PC)
07:52 #5. Sandwalkers (PC)
08:26 #4. Demonschool (PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S, Switch)
09:03 #3. MENACE (PC)
09:40 #2. ZEPHON (PC)
10:16 #1. Spear Song (PC)

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Night Dive Studios - Interview @ Shacknews

Posted on Apr 15, 2024 19:22 by RPGWatch

[​IMG]Shacknews interviewed Night Dive Studios about remastering:


Nightdive Studios On Common Misconceptions Of Remastering 90s Games & Future Projects

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Outward 2 - Demo Impressions @ C4G

Posted on Apr 15, 2024 19:22 by RPGWatch

[​IMG]C4G checked out the demo of Outward 2:


So I Played Outward 2 Early!

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Broken Roads - Review @ GamingBolt

Posted on Apr 15, 2024 19:22 by RPGWatch

[​IMG]GamingBolt reviewed Broken Roads:


Broken Roads Review - The Final Verdict

Broken Roads is an ambitious debut game by Australian developer Drop Bear Bytes. Inspired by classics like Wasteland, Broken Roads feels like a fresh take on the genre with how it tackles certain aspects of those games in its own way. The best example of this is in the morality system, which is handled by a moral compass instead of a linear good-or-evil line.

The only real let down in Broken Roads is its combat system, which can often end up feeling overly simplistic. However, thanks to its unique post-apocalyptic Australian setting, the game manages to make exploring its broken world quite interesting.

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Fextralife - Gaming News

Posted on Apr 15, 2024 01:02 by RPGWatch

[​IMG]Fextralife summarizes this week's gaming news:


Gaming News - Remnant 2 DLC, Darkest Dungeon 2 Free Content, PoP Sands of Time Remake and MORE!

0:00 - Top RPG News of the Week
0:04 - Star Wars Outlaws Release Date
1:09 - Albion Online Europe Open Beta
2:23 - Final Fantasy Rebirth Platinum Trophy Bug Fix
3:05 - Darkest Dungeon 2 New Free Game Mode
4:18 - Dredge File Adaptation Announced
5:27 - Prince of Persia Sands of Time Remake
6:26 - Remnant 2 The Forgotten Kingdom DLC
7:40 - Destiny 2 The Final Shape
9:23 - Shin Megami Tensei V: Vengeance Trailer

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Broken Roads - Review @ TBL

Posted on Apr 14, 2024 12:52 by RPGWatch

[​IMG]The Turn Based Lovers reviewed Broken Roads:



Broken Roads has been awaited by fans as a post-apocalyptic CRPG in the vein of classic Fallout. Now that it's here, the game may not be quite as deep as players were hoping, but there's a beauty in its simplicity that makes it a memorable experience regardless.


Broken Roads takes place in Western Australia, some four generations after a nuclear war. The devastated world is less Fallout and more The Walking Dead, with survivors banding together in tight-knit communities or turning to banditry to survive. A feeling of tribalism and distrust pervades the setting since resources are scarce due to a fifteen-year drought, and anyone could be a spy or a thief.

At first, the world seems fairly grounded in reality, but some supernatural elements slowly start to creep in. A few hours later, characters with strange powers are introduced - not necessarily magic, but close enough for that to be the best term for it. Learning this power for yourself adds new builds and options in combat. There are also mutated animals roaming the Outback, from bloodthirsty dingoes to ravenous koalas and kangaroos.

The Australian setting is always front and center, and Broken Roads is clearly made by people who love their country and culture deeply and can poke fun at it. There are even tooltips to translate Australian slang for players who don't hail from the Land Down Under.


The tree of possible outcomes isn't anything revolutionary, and in most cases, boils down to whether you want to complete a quest this way or that way, but it's executed well enough that consequences down the line feel organic. That's really in keeping with Broken Roads as a whole; it doesn't do anything that's really new, but it also doesn't try to overcomplicate things or reinvent the wheel. It's not the second coming of Fallout 2, but rather a fun, contemplative RPG that's more compelling in the quiet moments than in the midst of battle.

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Fallout London - Next-Gen Update Announcement

Posted on Apr 14, 2024 12:52 by RPGWatch

[​IMG]Fallout London will integrate the Next-Gen-Update changes:


Fallout London - Next-Gen Update Announcement

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Slay the Spire 2 - Announced for 2025

Posted on Apr 14, 2024 06:52 by RPGWatch

[​IMG]The deckbuilder Slay the Spire 2 has been announced for 2025:


Slay the Spire 2

The Spire Awakens
Civilization has waited 1,000 years for the Spire to reopen its doors...
Return to the Spire and face friends and foes in this sequel to the quintessential roguelike deckbuilder. How high will you ascend... and what truths lie at the top?

Deckbuilding Galore
New slayers join the fray with their own sets of cards, mechanics, and personalities. Try out more archetypes and master them at your own pace. The Spire forever awaits those who dare challenge it...

An Ever-Changing Spire
The Spire isn't what it used to be. New enemies, events, and treasures await as the rooms and items you discover change each time you play... Try risky builds or play it safe as you explore countless different strategies, find yourself in peculiar scenarios, and confront the Bosses of each Act.

New Ways to Play!
That aren't yet announced...

Rebuilt from the Ground Up
Slay the Spire 2 was completely rewritten from the ground up in a new game engine! We're bringing in modern features, incorporating all-new visuals, and expanding moddability.

Coming to Early Access. Again!
Slay the Spire's success comes from our community! It sounds corny, but the extra mile many of you went to report issues, translate content/announcements, create long video essays, make excellent (lol) tier lists, and draw goofy or gorgeous fan art is the reason we're doing it all again. We love our job!

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Age of Fear 5 - Released

Posted on Apr 14, 2024 06:52 by RPGWatch

[​IMG]The strategy RPG Age of Fear 5: The Day of the Rat has been released:


Age of Fear 5: The Day of the Rat

The adventure begins as the Undead King meets his end by Sir Edward's blade. Indulf Blackheart, mercenary leader in the Undead Legion, must balance his need for bloody revenge with his thirst for wealth and power. Together with the young witch Lexa, the dashing Black Knight Indulf sets out on a quest of infamy to plunder the realm's riches and build a criminal empire to call his own. With allies in short supply, a previously unseen faction lurking in the sewers may prove to be the key to the Black Knight's dark dream... sneak and backstab your way!

AGE OF FEAR is a long-running series of fantasy turn-based strategy games loved by fans for its tabletop wargame battle system and in-depth RPG customization (scroll down for a list of features).


- NON-LINEAR CRIMINALITY - pick your assignments and loot King William's lands for all they're worth. Forge your way through a twisted plot into the realm's seedy underbelly!

- CRAFTING - collect ingredients from enemies and environment, and craft all the most powerful artifacts!

- INVISIBILITY - are you tired of enemies seeing all your moves? Cast a spell and whoop... you disappeared. However, the AI can do it too.

- HEX-FREE BATTLES - test your tactics with a novel movement system where size matters and units aren't constrained by artificial grids!

- OPEN WORLD - are you bored with the main storyline? No worries, you can always take a side-quest or play procedurally-generated battles. Play this game as you want!

- GLOBAL EVENTS that occur while exploring the World Map, à la Battle Brothers. This feature is still being developed and could serve to provide more lore and fun unit interactions conditional on the player's party!

- FACTION BASES which can be upgraded as you explore the Age of Fear world. Investing in base upgrades will unlock additional recruitable units, skills and locations to explore!

- MERCENARIES - recruit your troops from multiple races and factions! Will a Dwarven Warrior work with a bloodthirsty Orc?

- ALIGNMENTS such as Evil and Holy. Units from opposite sides won't like each other and may desert. A bit of diplomacy (or charisma!) is needed to manage such relationships.

- EXTENDED STORY including many sub-quests, optional events, alternative endings, more detailed lore, etc.

- FREQUENTLY UPDATED - we take our work seriously and patch our games often with new features and content. Also, whenever possible, those updates are back-ported to all our previous games!

- COMMUNITY-DRIVEN - we listen to our players and continuously improve! Go and check our forums, everyone has their say and we implement those suggestions.

- FULL OF JOKES - who said strategy games have to be serious? All the best fantasy jokes have a home here!

- PARTY CUSTOMIZATION - build and upgrade a custom army from more than two hundred unique units, skills and spells (but be aware of racial animosities!).

- DEEP BATTLE MECHANICS - learn the basics in a hurry, then develop new strategies around a huge variety of skills, spells and battle hazards like neutral factions and environmental effects (yes, you can anger bystanders!).

- EASY TO MOD - create your own missions, or even full-fledged campaigns, to be shared with the Steam community!

- FANTASY STORYTELLING - get wrapped up in a spectacular storyline featuring a motley crew of characters, globetrotting adventures and fantasy shenanigans galore. All hand-illustrated!

- PERMANENT DEATH - accept the grim realities of death where all units that fall in battle stay dead... unless an evil Necromancer raises them as Zombies.

- ARTEFACTS AND RELICS - discover numerous unique weapons, armours, potions and treasures, with the rarest granting powerful OP skills and stat bonuses.

- ADVANCED AI - our AI is built upon a self-organizing network of agents and meta-heuristics algorithms (yes, we are PhD-smart!). Discover one of the most sophisticated AI systems you've ever played against!

- LOW HARDWARE REQUIREMENTS - run the game even on that old potato laptop of yours. Your stone-age computer is good enough!

- COLOR-BLIND MODE - a special mode with higher contrast and outlined fonts.

- ...everything else we come up with! Purchase only if you want access to the latest features in the Age of Fear series, and please keep in mind that this is an evolving product.

If you're hungry for a no-nonsense, old school turn-based strategy game, you've met your match in the Age of Fear series. Enter the fantasy world of Age of Fear today!

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RPG Crawler - RPG News Roundup

Posted on Apr 14, 2024 06:52 by RPGWatch

[​IMG]Like every week the RPG Crawler sums up the computer and tabletop RPG news:


RPG News Roundup (4-13-2024)

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