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Video Game Fables Dev Hopes to Contribute to a Turn-Based RPG Resurgence

Game Rant talks to Video Game Fables developer Matt Sharp about indie game development, role-playing games, and the future of turn-based RPGs.

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Why Video Game Fables Makes Experience a Resource Players Can Reallocate

Game Rant talks to Video Game Fables' developer about the game's unique experience system, which is used for more than just leveling up characters.

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Gotham Knights' Court of Owls Would Have Been Better With One Key Character

Gotham Knights is filled to the brim with iconic villains, but one character, in particular, could have taken the storyline to greater heights.

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Demeo Has Hardcore Dungeons and Dragons in VR Vibes

Resolution Games' RPG Demeo has lots of innovative elements, but its adaption of classic Dungeons and Dragons features into VR really stands out.

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Xbox Game Pass Subscribers Should Play Unsighted While They Still Can

With Xbox Game Pass set to lose its next batch of games, players should try and check out the indie Metroidvania Unsighted before it goes.

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Dungeons And Dragons: Next One D&D Playtest Includes Reworks for the Bard, Ranger, and Rogue

Dungeons and Dragons' next playtest material for One D&D will feature the skill-based Expert classes, as well as new feats, conditions, and rules.

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Fable Remasters are Long Overdue

With Playground Games' Fable reboot coming up, Xbox Game Studios should think about breathing new life into the previous entries with a remaster.

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How the Fable Reboot Could Reimagine Reaver

Playground Games' Fable reboot may be bringing about a lot of changes, but characters like Reaver should definitely make a comeback.

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New Dungeons and Dragons Starter Set is Now Available

Dungeons and Dragons releases a new 5th Edition Starter Set which includes a short adventure path and the tools for new players to run it.

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Jack Move Developer Recounts Nine-Year Development Process

Jack Move creator Edd Parris talks to Game Rant about the long development process, including moves across the world and struggling with funding.

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The Fable Reboot Could Break New Ground Through Character Customization

Playground Games' Fable reboot should look at deepening its character customization options to compete with more modern RPGs.

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Stoneshard: How to Increase Morale

In Stoneshard, Morale can't be managed simply by eating or drinking. It has to be managed long-term, but there are a few ways to nudge the numbers.

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Final Fantasy 16 Content Could Fit Kingdom Hearts 4 Nicely

With Final Fantasy 16 seemingly adopting a slightly darker tone than usual, its content could fit in perfectly with Kingdom Hearts' new aesthetic.

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Dragon Age Dreadwolf Should Tap Into Unique Class Specializations for Each Race

Dragon Age: Dreadwolf has the chance to change up a lot of things, and class specializations should definitely be one of them.

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Starfield's Dialogue Points Add a Lot of Depth to Social Encounters

With new details revealed about how Starfield's dialogue will work, players have been shown the game's innovative points-based social system.

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Starfield's Planets Seem Like an Ideal Advertising Avenue

The RPG Starfield offers players a vast galaxy to explore, and Bethesda could use this to drum up more hype for the game's pending release.

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CD Projekt Red's Project Hadar Could Find a Good Niche in Modern Fantasy

CDPR has confirmed that it's working on a slew of new games, including its first original IP, codenamed Hadar, which could work as a modern fantasy.

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Starfield's Galaxy Would Be More Complete With An Explorable Earth

With so many planets to visit in Bethesda's Starfield, many feel that the game's exploration would be perfectly rounded off with an interactive Earth.

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Fallout Needs More Super Mutant Companions

Fallout 5 has the chance to expand the franchise and build on established features like companions, with more Super Mutants making an appearance.

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Disco Elysium Creator Files Lawsuit Against Former Employer Studio ZA/UM

The creator of 2019’s acclaimed narrative RPG Disco Elysium files a lawsuit against his former employer, Studio ZA/UM, in an Estonian court.

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A Game of Thrones RPG Based on the Book Saga Could Take Over Two Decades to Come Out

Fans of the A Song of Ice and Fire book saga might have to wait decades before a Game of Thrones video game adaptation debuts.

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Why Cyberpunk 2077's Sequel Will Likely Stay in Night City

With the recent announcement that a full Cyberpunk 2077 sequel is on the way, it seems clear that the next game will keep its Night City setting.

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Stoneshard: How to Defeat the First Boss Archon

Take down Archon, the first boss in Stoneshard, with a little know-how and some clever tricks.

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Fable's Childhood Openings Could Find New Life in the Reboot

Fans are hoping the Fable reboot takes some elements from the old games into the franchise's new phase, and a focus on childhood could be one.

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Forspoken Boss Battles Could Look Very Different From Normal Combat

Forspoken's spells certainly look impressive, but fans have noticed that they seem to be tailored to certain types of encounters.

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What Bravely Default 2 Can Teach Octopath Traveler 2

With Octopath Traveler 2's release rapidly approaching, many fans believe there are some things it could learn from Bravely Default 2.

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Stoneshard: How to Tell Time

Stoneshard's time system is missing a few parts, but it's a steady heartbeat with just enough urgency to keep the player engaged but not overwhelmed.

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Jack Move Interview: Developer So Romantic on Combining Cyberpunk, Anime, and JRPGs

Game Rant talks to Jack Move developer Edd Parris about his game development process, move across the world, and refreshing a classic storyline.

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