First-person dungeon crawlers
A step back but still worthwhile
November 10, 2017 - Finally, there's a sequel to 2014's highly underrated dungeon crawling masterpiece. Although Demon Gaze II doesn't reinvent the classic formula, does it at least live up to its predecessor?
Read more: Demon Gaze II Review
Calling all amateur cartographers
October 17, 2017 - It's been a couple years but Atlus' dungeon-crawling series is back with a new adventure. Etrian Odyssey V: Beyond the Myth is a solid entry in the decade-old franchise so recruit a party of capable explorers and let's head to the dungeon.
Read more: Etrian Odyssey V: Beyond the Myth Review
A bloody good dungeon crawler
September 7, 2017 - RPGs don't get much more old-school than first-person dungeon crawlers. Mary Skelter: Nightmares may seem like a creepy take on the genre but it contains one deeply satisfying campaign that's full of craziness so get ready to donate some blood.
Read more: Mary Skelter: Nightmares Review
Rise from the Abyss
May 10, 2017 - First-person dungeon crawlers are some of the most underrated RPGs and the Vita's library is full of them. However, is Operation Babel a worthy addition to this genre that old-school gaming fans just can't get enough of?
Read more: Operation Babel: New Tokyo Legacy Review
Big dungeons, even bigger boobies
September 6, 2016 - The Vita sure has its fair share of first-person dungeon crawlers. With so many titles to choose from, are MeiQ's enormous dungeons big and juicy enough for genre fans to wrap their eager hands around?
Read more: MeiQ: Labyrinth of Death Review
Screen protector required
April 26, 2016 - Truly unique first-person dungeon crawlers are hard to come by yet this new portable title is quite promising. Get your finger ready for some furious swiping and let's see if Severed is worth accidentally scratching up your Vita screen.
Read more: Severed Review
As hardcore as dungeon RPGs get
April 11, 2016 - Over the decades, RPGs have evolved into an entirely different beast. Whereas epic stories, stylish characters, and breathtaking cinematics are now the norm, the concept of carving your own path in a mysterious world is much harder to come by nowadays.
Read more: Stranger of Sword City Review