These games held some promise, but whether they were above average or downright bad, they all disappointed in various ways.
The PC version of Rune Factory 5 is out now, alongside its Digital Deluxe Edition. There's also a special reward for those who already own Rune Factory 4 Special on Steam.
Highly anticipated sequels, titles with long development times, interesting games that fell flat - 2022 is rife with disappointment.
Role-playing games, remasters of classic titles, racing games, and at least one excellent narrative adventure can be expected in July.
The Standard and Digital Deluxe Editions are currently discounted, with the latter including the base game and outfits from Rune Factory 4.
Evidence continues to mount for the action RPG/farming sim coming to PC. A recent SteamDB listing previously indicated a July 13th release.
Currently exclusive to the Nintendo Switch, the farming sim/RPG could be launching on PC via Steam in the coming months.
Marvelous reveals that its Switch-exclusive life-sim RPG Rune Factory 5 has surpasses 500,000 worldwide shipments and digital sales.
The long-awaited Western release is finally here with full English localization and voice-acting. It's coming to Europe on March 25th.
Befriend 12 different companions, who will accompany you into dungeons to battle, hang out in different activities or even fall in love.
The action RPG/farming sim is out on March 22nd for the Nintendo Switch in North America, and adds new link attacks and co-op cooking.
The latest in the farming RPG series will also be the first to feature same-sex marriages (which will be added to the Japanese version later).
The upcoming RPG/simulation title receives some new gameplay, which serves to highlight the English voice-acting and localization.
Meanwhile, the Switch still dominates hardware sales with nearly 100,000 units moved throughout the week.
The upcoming Switch exclusive is looking quite good.
The life simulation RPG also receives its first gameplay trailer.
Despite next-gen consoles out in Winter, the Switch has tons of exclusives to look forward to.
The next entry in the farming/fantasy RPG/dating sim franchise (yes really) launches next year on the Switch.
The Lufia and Shining Force developer has ceased operations as of today.