RPGs are coming this week, 12/6/21



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Holiday TV seems to be after me. Between The wheel of time, Star Trek: Discovery, The wide, The book by Boba Fett, and I’m probably forgetting something because I need more coffee. How does a Quinton find time to write? Or any nerd with a variety of interests? And we are Legion, you know! You might not like some or even all of the shows listed, but I’ll bet a lot of you are as versatile as me!

That is the problem of our world today. We used to have 72-hour days and 21-day weeks, and our months were 84 days. Our years felt endless. It was a good time. In fact, it wasn’t until the mid-1970s, and the people making such outlandish claims all seemed very interested in certain illegal substances. But I trust them. I take your word for it. Because I have to believe that 24 hours cannot possibly be considered a normal time for a person to function, to prosper, to feel fulfilled, and Clock Star Trek: Discovery. I have to choose and choose!

Lots of role-playing games hit the shelves this week. Look at her.

Final Fantasy XIV: Endwalker – December 7th (PS4, PS5, Windows)

Never heard of it.

Oh! That Final Fantasy XIV: Endwalker! Why yes, I heard about it!

Yeah, that’s a big deal, right? Not that I know of. As far as I know, this is the culmination of a saga that has been going on for eight years. (Or even eleven, depending on how you perceive things.) It’s by far the best-structured finale in Final Fantasy History and possibly the history of JRPGs. It’s also packed with content. Radical new dungeons, hip new trials, oh, and your fellow brothers sometimes follow you around cities! It’s like Final Fantasy VIII called and said, “Why did we never do this again?” But this time they’ll talk to you too! Your party members feel like real party members, I don’t cry; you cry.

But I don’t know. Not an exaggeration, but the music in Old Sharlayan? It. Is. So good. It kind of sounds like the track from Galdian Quay Final Fantasy XVbut chill more? People have praised it on the general chat and they are probably still singing its praises. And will soon be singing his praises en masse, there End converter is technically not out before December 7th. But that hasn’t stopped many players from jumping in via Early Access, nor has it stopped five more tons of players from jumping in because the first lot mentioned above is clogging the servers.

Game of the year here. Not that I know of.

Wolfstride – December 7th (Windows)

A look at the backdrop of Wolfstride in its typical monochromatic style.

“Let yourself be ruined by a trio of troublemakers who stumble through a massive mecha tournament in this immature adult role-playing game.” The first sentence in Wolf stepThe description of the Steam page is strange. But that’s the point. Far be it from me to criticize strangeness.

It appears that the player character has made unfortunate choices in his past and is on the run from the consequences of those choices. Now do I just feel called? The premise here is pretty nifty, however. A trio of criminal partners have turned to a new leaf after inheriting a mecha called Cowboy. Driven by the heat of the moment (or something), they decide to revive an age-old tradition of mech combat called – wait for it – the Ultimate Golden Rod Tournament.

Mech combat tournaments aren’t a fancy affair, but they’re brilliant, so who cares? More importantly, developer OTA IMON Studios put players in the roles of the top dogs, the financiers, and that’s a nice and unique twist. Wolf step, or? Looks promising!

Monster Rancher 1 & 2 DX – December 9 (Switch, Windows)

A comment on the health and satisfaction of mocchi in Monster Rancher DX

I’m thrilled too! Monster rancher is great. Monster Rancher 1 & 2 DX is a much improved remaster of the classic duology. It’s going to be a fun time. The obvious comparisons here are how Pokémon and Digimon, don’t really do it justice. Monster rancher has a vibe all of its own, with even more eccentricity in its creature designs than anything the Digidestined have contested so far, and a more in-depth training system than Ash Ketchum and his friends are probably used to.

In the old days part of the magic of the Monster rancher Experience involved – and that’s wild! – Insert music CDs into your PlayStation to create monsters with millions of variations. When I speak of music CDs, I am not talking about a special branded plan. I’m talking about AC / DC. Frontline assembly. Ice-T. Look at that.

Unfortunately (but not sad either, since my wallet isn’t a huge and self-replicating entity) Koei Tecmo understands that the Nintendo Switch doesn’t support reading CDs. So now it’s time to leaf through a catalog of songs by famous artists and try your luck from there. That’s pretty interesting, but I’m excited to see how extensive such a library can be.

Everything else about this remaster shines, however, and I highly recommend that seasoned vets visit the official site for more information on the improvements. I say to newcomers, give it a try! You might be pleasantly surprised.

Syberia: The world before – 10th of December Q1 2022 (Windows)

Dana, the protagonist of the 1930s in Syberia: The World Before

UPDATE December 7th: Unfortunately, after we prepare this article, the Syberia Twitter posted an announcement that The world before was postponed until the first quarter of 2022. Our original description – which we may reuse if it actually happens to be released – is below.

Syberia: The world before continues the saga of Kate Walker, the heroine of the first three games in the series. The third game, appropriately titled Syberia 3, was a blow to the series’ critic and fan appeal, with mixed reviews threatening to sink the point-and-click graphic adventure ship.

but The world before Not only is trying to continue Kate’s journey after her tumultuous time with this trilogy capper. It also delves deep into lore by putting the spotlight on new character Dana Roze. Unlike Kate’s exploits, all of which take place in the 2000s, Dana lives in the 1930s, so her chapters will have a nice historical flair that could rekindle interest in the series.

Dana, aged just 17 – and this is a western video game so 17 doesn’t really mean 27 a la JRPGs – has to grapple with a rapidly changing world in the looming shadow of WWII. For her part, Kate begins piecing together some sudden revelations about her identity, which will surely make this writer think she has Roze blood in her. We will see!

Come this week too

Ports and such! Give them a look!

Life is Strange: True Colors – December 7th (Switch)

The OLED model Switch has a vibrant, luxurious new display that shows the colors in games like. stands out Metroid horror. But the OLED screen is also inconceivable without real colors Life is strange: true colors, coming this week. Our very own wonderful Bob Richardson gave the game an 80, but you can give it what you want.

Twelve Minutes – December 7th (PS4, PS5, Switch)

I promise I’m not just operating like a walking advertisement for Bob here, though I’m not sure there is anything wrong with that. Sharing the gospel of Richardson is not such a bad way to spend a morning. Twelve minutes seems cool, and now more people can find out for themselves. But back to Bob.

Sam & Max: Beyond Time and Space – December 8th (Switch, XB1, Windows)

Back in 2007 when the world seemed brighter, which people probably wouldn’t have told us in 2007, especially since there was a terrible economic recession around the world … Anyway, Sam & Max: Beyond time and space gets a nifty remaster for multiple systems this week. Telltale Games focused on the bizarre misadventures of Sam and Max in those days before the Walking Dead In fact, the show was one thing, let alone the series, that would earn them the most acclaim.

Loop Hero – December 9th (Switch)

Nobody who is nice is ever called The Lich. It just doesn’t happen. As proof, I am handing you the plot of Loop hero. A creature known only as The Lich has plunged humanity into an endless time warp of chaos and despair. Thank god for mystical cards. Take these out, build your deck, and put an end to the wickedness of this evil villain.

A Year of Spring – December 10th (Switch)

We could have simply called “Also come this week” “Come this week for a change”. I’m not sure why we would have changed the structure of the sentence, and I’m pretty sure my editor would be just as unsure. A year of springs follows Haru, Erika and Manami in their need to belong. You can play as any of them, and you absolutely should, since each perspective is essentially a miniature visual novel in its own right.

Do you enjoy highlight roles? We also; That’s why David Lloyd created this video with more information about the games that will be released this week.

Are you allergic to chocolate? I am. But only moderately. Easily enough now that I have a hot cocoa and watch my cat watch birds … I don’t know, grass? Other birds? It’s the cycle of life, except that neither of us eats each other up and gets eaten again. Unless we count the cocoa tree that my chocolate-loving self unwittingly aided in the murder.

Oh my god, I killed a chocolate tree. I don’t know how to deal with this. Why does my editor let me write what I want with these outros? I have a midlife crisis now. [Editor’s note: Please be careful eating stuff you’re allergic to. And I let you write these because I wouldn’t know you were putting yourself in danger if not.]

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