A new "Octopath" game is on the horizon!
This time it's said to have more intertwined stories and a day and night cycle.
I'm sceptical, because the first game wasn't perceived too well here.
Anyway, the artwork for Octopath Traveller 2 is nice, so I uploaded them to our gallery.
If you want to re-read our review for Octopath Traveller 1, you can find it here.
Did you ever think how players and monsters meet each other in RPGs?
A haha, in case you did... I wrote a report about it: "Meeting the foes". It's not only limited to random battles (Which everyone seems to dislike).
On another note, you might have noticed that I removed the forums link (again). While participation was slow, the forums were hacked yesterday and I had to deactivate them. Oh well, it was nice while it lasted.
This time it's a little "this and that" update, so let's use this news area a bit like a blog.
I fixed some of the styling in the dark version of rpg-o-mania, some of the tables didn't show up properly. I also fixed some of the links in the "music and rpgs" section, as some of the links always go kaput from time to time.
I'm currently working on a company's profile as well as a new "sprite of the month" page.
Until then, enjoy some of Sqaure Enix' Harvestella artwork. I'm still kinda curious about the game.
New to this place? For starters, why don't you check out the previews or reviews section for information about upcoming and already tested RPGs or the coverage section for more in-depth reports? You'll most likely find lots of interesting stuff here that is not available anywhere else!
Art galleries and the music section are also worth a view if you want to enjoy high quality RPG media. If you want to praise or criticise us or feel the need to comment something, please contact us (see here)!
This website covers videogames, mainly console role playing games, with the likes of Final Fantasy, Breath of Fire, Suikoden, Grandia, and so on. rpg-o-mania is designed to give you interesting stuff to read and watch. Articles, reviews, background information as well as some webmasters' rant as well. This page is divided into in-depth-information ("Coverage"), reviews and previews and some media, self-made wallpapers, artwork and even some music.
Looking for a RPG to start? This report gives you a first impression of some RPGs that can still be played today - no matter the age! We recommend RPGs that were released as early as 1987 all the way up to the games of modern days.
Trials of Mana is the famous third installment of the Mana / Seiken Densetsu series. It offers a comprehensive class system where this guide helps out finding the best classes.
There is more about Trials of Mana to be found in the coverage section itself!
Here you can find images from Suikoden runes redone in higher resolution and even vectorized, free to use for any occassion!
rpg-o-mania is dedicated to bring this feeling to gamers that they can enjoy their hobby even after they finished playing. Watch nice artworks and read some tips or reports relaxed on the couch or during a break in the office. Have a good time with your hobby and your life! We're here and do our best so that you can!
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