Wait what? I'd be surprised if Mass effect 4 sells half as much as Fallout 4 to be honest.TBA Holiday 2016: Mass Effect: Andromeda
Action RPG, science fiction, shooty bang bang, red, green, blue[WanderingWind] It's a new beginning for a series that captivated a generation of players. We don't know much about the game, save for that it takes place in a new galaxy, with an entirely new protagonist (Likely named Ryder/Rider). We should know more come E3, but suffice it to say, this is likely going to be this year's smash hit, a la Fallout 4. [Durante] How enticing.
First i've seen of Masquerada: Songs and Shadows and that looks right up my alley. The dwarves also looks interesting because you know, dwarves rule. By the way, have we gotten any information regarding Deus ex if it will be hub-based?
Wait what? I'd be surprised if Mass effect 4 sells half as much as Fallout 4 to be honest.
SRPG, isometric, hex grid, turn based, Overhype Studios, incredible depth
A dark horse for 2016 GOTY, if you're into strategy RPG's you absolutely need to look into this game. Incredible depth on all systems, great challenge, and the developers really seem to have a solid head on their shoulders. To give an example of the crazy awesome shit this game is doing:
I'm waiting for that blood and wine expansion. hearts of stone quality is unbelievable.
Horizon: Zero Dawn isn't going to survive on this list past E3, when they reveal that it's just another open world crafting-action-survival-sandbox game with progression mechanics (which are completely distinct from RPG mechanics).
Not sure where you're going with this. The game draws inspiration from games like Dragon's Dogma. They're going for an open world Action RPG not a Shadow of Mordor clone.
Watch this if you're concerned about GG's direction with the game: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qvI5AHu5Xao
Don't forget the nep nep GOTY for 2016
April 2016 - PS4
Why would you say that?reading through the list, really just need to drop JRPG as a descriptor. It really means nothing
The former is in the OP, but I've never heard of the latter.Aren't Kingdom Come: Deliverance and For the King also expected to get launched this year?
look at setsunaWhy would you say that?
isometric, party, and turn based are all pretty telling on what you will be playing, JRPG is just there being all vague.JRPG, isometric, party, turn-based, Tokyo RPG Factory
Seven is a Thief-inspired, 3D isometric RPG,
in which you take on a role of a lone traveller.
Youre going to explore a nonlinear, sandbox world
- Empire of Vetrall.
Classic isometric gameplay is going to be redefined
with parkour climbing system that gives you
the ability of free-traversing obstacles on
any height horizontally and vertically.
Quest line set in a beyond
is created by minds behind
The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt.
You can expect branching
choices with moral consequences.
More to come soon.