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More ARPG action in new Legends of Dawn trailer & screens
Due for release at some point later this year, indie developer Dreamatrix has sent over a new trailer for the upcoming ARPG Legends of Dawn which offers everything you would expect to find in today’s fantasy ARPGs.
Dragon’s Dogma [Review] – A JRPG with a western edge
In what is perhaps the grandest example of the Japanese gaming industry trying to incorporate western design philosophy, Dragon’s Dogma is a game made up of elements that would usually be kept very well apart.
ARPG devs discuss Diablo’s influence on the genre [Video]
Earlier this week we held a special launch night event and thousands of Diablo gamers joined us for an online live show.
During the show we aired four interviews with ARPG developers Crate Entertainment, Runic Games and Grinding Gear Games who discuss the influence of the Diablo franchise on their game development.
The developers also talk about their upcoming titles Grim Dawn, Torchlight 2 and Path of Exile.
Game of Thrones RPG UK release date
Cyanide Studios’ Game of Thrones RPG has been given a UK release date.
Witcher developers seeking talent for new RPG
It look as if the developers of The Witcher and The Witcher 2 are gearing up to put together a brand new RPG from a fresh set of ideas.
Realmforge goes Dark with vampire stealth RPG
When you announce a vampire-based game featuring stealthy gameplay and RPG-like special powers, most people’s minds are going to head towards Vampire: The Masquerade – Bloodlines.
Aoineko’s 3D RPG Kitaru launches Kickstarter
Aoineko Studios has just launched their Kickstarter project for their episodic 3D RPG Kitaru which will be available on iOS, Android, Mac, and PC.
Game of Thrones RPG features plenty of gruff British actors [Video]
They may be missing Sean Bean, but the Game of Thrones RPG by Cyanide at least looks to be stocking its voice acting booth with plenty of other gruff Britishers.
Sci-fi noir RPG Anachronox released on GoG
Anachronox is the oft-forgotten game from the Ion Storm trilogy (the other two being the memorable-but-for-different-reasons Deus Ex and Daikatana), but Tom Hall’s superb sci-fi noir RPG is an absolute treat.
Warhorse RPG will use CryEngine 3
It may not even have a name yet, but the RPG being developed by new studio Warhorse will be powered by Crytek’s CryEngine 3 technology.
Mass Effect 3 [Interview] – The personal RPG
Needless to say, a lot is expected from Mass Effect 3.
Most anticipated MMORPG 2012 readers’ poll
Having wrapped up the most anticipated RPG 2012 poll over on our RPG site RPGReporter.com, in which Diablo 3 was a runaway winner, the poll is now online for the most anticipated MMORPG of 2012.
BioWare: Co-op in RPGs will not become more common in the future
In case you missed it, Mass Effect 3 comes packed with a multiplayer co-op component (read about it first-hand here) that is at once seperate from, but linked to, the game’s single player campaign.
BioWare: Multiplayer improves RPGs
As consoles have been brought into the online age with the current generation, multiplayer has taken an ever more enhanced position in today’s videogames.
Vote for your most anticipated 2012 RPG
Over on out RPG/MMO portal RPGReporter.com there is a new poll asking you to pick your three most anticipated RPG titles of this year.
Obsidian developing South Park RPG
South Park: The Game has been announced by THQ, it is being developed by Obsidian Entertainment (y’know, the guys that did Fallout: New Vegas and Alpha Protocol).
If an ARPG releases on time ‘you’d be suspicious’ says Runic CEO
Speaking to IncGamers last week, Runic Games CEO Max Schaefer discussed the delay of Torchlight 2 and Diablo 3.
Game of Thrones RPG due ‘early 2012′
You might remember that Cyanide already released a Game of Thrones title; it was called Genesis, it was a PC-only strategy game and it wasn’t too hot.
Obsidian’s future is ‘more RPGs’ on in-house engine
For those wondering what’s next for Obsidian after concluding work on Fallout: New Vegas, recent events provide a few clues.
This is what Obsidian’s Aliens RPG might have looked like…
Original concept art provides a glimpse into the scrapped project.
Concept art is not always a true reflection on a game’s final make-up, but it can still provide an interesting insight… especially into what was a fairly high-profile cancellation.