Let’s take a look at ten RPGs (and five honorable mentions) that came out for the Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, and Wii.
Making out-of-print games like Xenoblade Chronicles available is good for the gaming community. It is hardly a scam.
The developer is going for a “large-scale open world that players can explore seamlessly.”
The Walking Dead may be GamesBeat’s Game of the Year for 2012, but here’s the other titles our staff picked as contenders for the crown.
One publisher’s trash is another publisher’s treasure.
Legasista is an uninspired role-playing game full of stereotypical characters, annoying dialogue, and repetitive dungeon exploration. At least the music is nice.
Xenoblade Chronicles and The Last Story have successfully released in the U.S., but Pandora’s Tower still remains without a publisher.
The Last Story developer talks about the game and the reason the team went with a duck-and-cover combat system.
Thousands of fans rallied for Xenoblade Chronicles’ Western localization. Now that the game has arrived, was it all worth it?
Below you’ll find a listing of every GamesBeat game review to date. They are listed in reverse chronological order with the latest review appearing at the top. Note that the dates listed are for when the review was posted, not necessarily the actual release date for the game. That information, along with platform tested and more, can be found in the actual review.
Looking back, I think you’d be hard-pressed to find someone who doesn’t agree that 2011 was a great year for video games. It was a year that brought us Portal 2, Batman: Arkham City, The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim, and The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword. Minecraft finally left beta, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 and Battlefield 3 slugged it out in a grudge match for military shooter supremacy, and soon hundreds of thousands of Star Wars fans will be able to visit Tatooine and blast a few Sand People in Star Wars: The Old Republic. But now that the year is coming to a close and we’ve all done some science, improved our kill/death ratios, and filled our Skyrim houses with severed heads, it’s time to start looking forward to 2012. Here, in no particular order, are ten of GamesBeat’s picks for most-anticipated titles of the new year.
Nintendo today announced that it is finally bringing critically-acclaimed Japanese role-playing game Xenoblade Chronicles to American gamers after fans campaigned online for its release.