Let’s have a quick look at the most anticipated RPG game that is due to come out in the next 12 months or possibly over 12 months buts lets not focus on that right now.


Mass Effect Andromeda


Bioware although are not talking about the new Mass effect but it is said they are aiming for a 2016 release. It supposedly picks up long after the original trilogy, and all the trailers have suggested it is going back to its roots in exploration.


World of Fantasy


LOOK AT IT. The cuteness overload! World of Final Fantasy is a retro-style Final Fantasy game that hopes to be accessible to younger (and, perhaps, lapsed) players, but will still be meaty enough to satisfy the series faithful.



Kingdom Hearts 3


Disney meets Fantasy in a nutshell. Nothing is off the limits with Kingdom Hearts 3, so it is possible for Star Wars and Marvel to make an appearance.


Fire Emblem Fates


Nintendo’s fantasy strategy RPG is being released in two different versions with two different storylines, with a third coming later as a DLC. This is definitely one of those games where you loose countless of hours to.


Final Fantasy XV


Long awaited and a beloved to many, this game as always will be one of the biggest events of the year.


Persona 5


Persona returns with its trademark mix of everyday mundanity – going to school, studying, making friends and supernatural dungeon crawling creatures born from the depths of the human psyche.


Star Ocean: Integrity and Faithlessness


A new addition to the series of space JRPGs. This game has seven characters, beautiful and intricate environments with a real time action battle system.


Torment: Tides of Numenera


Tides of Numenera is the spiritual successor to 1999’s Planescape Torment, a game that nobody who loves intelligent video games will ever shut up about. It’s had involvement from Monte Cook (who designed the original Torment tabletop game), Colin McComb (who also designed the original Torment rules and worked on Planescape Torment), and a lot of the team that already proved itself on Wasteland 2.

Deus Ex: Mankind Divided


Continuing the story of Human Revolution, the new Deus Ex finds you in a world turning against people with augmentations, forcing them to live in ghettos. It looks intelligent, stylish, and great fun.

Let us know in the comment section if we have left out any games and whether you are excited for any of the games mentioned?

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