Unlike the original Xbox or the Xbox 360, Japanese role-playing games (JRPG) are a rare sight on Xbox One. So, whenever one releases on the platform, many gamers are interested in what the experience offers.
Revenant Dogma is a Japanese role-playing game which features pixelated visuals and tactical combat. The game is from the developer behind Fernz Gate, another experience with similar visuals and combat.
Revenant Dogma follows Caine as he enters some ruins in search of a relic said to be left behind by the gods. There he meets a girl and they embark on a world-changing adventure. While the story might not immediately intrigue you, it's technical aspirations will. The JRPG supports Xbox Play Anywhere so you only have to buy it once and can play it on Xbox One or Windows 10. All of your saved progress carries over too, meaning that you can pick up and play on any device.
Revenant Dogma costs $14.99 on the Microsoft Store.
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