Reigns: Kings & Queens was announced for Switch yesterday, and it will include both Reigns and Reigns: Her Majesty. Leigh Alexander, narrative designer and writer on the game, explained where the inspiration for the project came from in her GDC panel. "I didn't want to make statements on power. Show More Summary
Narrative designer and writer Leigh Alexander discusses the narrative design of Reigns: Her Majesty....
In addition to welcoming Lumines and The Banner Saga franchises to the Switch, text adventure Reigns is revealed to be coming along for the ride. The Nintendo Switch version of Reigns, called Kings & Queens, includes the first game and Her Majesty and features an exclusive local co-op multiplayer mode. Show More Summary
We swipe right into the weirdness of Reigns: Her Majesty with Nerial lead developer Francois Alliot....
Welcome back to Gaming IRL, a monthly segment where several editors talk about what they've been playing in their downtime. This month, we spend too much time taking photos in Assassin's Creed Origins, lose ourselves in Yakuza 0's side stories, and ask the important question: "Tinder or Reigns?"
In an interview with Kotaku published earlier today, writer Leigh Alexander discusses the importance of tools when writing and designing specific cards for Reigns: Her Majesty. ...
Ruling a kingdom isn't easy--doubly so for a queen whose every decision is questioned by the other factions seeking a slice of power. Reigns: Her Majesty builds on the original game's swipey tactics, adding items that you can use to move the story forward and potentially save your life. Show More Summary
REVIEW: Reigns: Her Majesty shows that it’s not easy being queen — but it sure is fun. It’s developer Nerial and publisher Devolver Digital’s followup to the card-based kingship simulator from 2016, which tasked players with making decisions for the realm based purely on swiping left or right. Though the mechanics are deceptively simple, you’ll find […]
1. Swipe left to rule your kingdom in Reigns: Her Majesty, a sassier reimagining of Tinder When Rei...
Reigns: Her Majesty is storming the App Store this week, bringing more tinder-esque kingdom building to eager players everywhere. If you've played the original Reigns, you'll know that leading a kingdom is never easy. It's a careful balancing act keeping the church, army, and commoners happy. More often than not, you'll succumb to some terrible end. Show More Summary
The whole internet seems to be talking about it today, but if you somehow missed it, Reigns: Her Majesty [$2.99] was released late last night. It's the highly anticipated sequel to last year's surprise mashup of Tinder swipes and RPG gameplay, Reigns [$2.99]. This time around, the developers pulled out all the stops, even recruiting
If you would have told me a mash-up of kingdom management and Tinder would result in one of the most addictive mobile games released last year, I would have believed you because that combination sounds too amazing to be anything other than epic. Show More Summary
We've already posted our Reigns: Her Majesty [$2.99] review, and chances are you wouldn't be looking up cheat guides like these if you didn't also agree, at least on some level, that the sequel to Reigns [$2.99] is incredible. The addition of the item system and the zodiac calendar has, however, added several layers of
The original Reigns [$2.99] was easily among my favorite games released last year, as the whole experience felt like a masterpiece of game design. Via binary options, triggered by swiping right or left as if you were browsing through Tinder profiles, players were invited to rule their kingdoms and attempt to balance the competing powers
It's the middle of the week, and that means it's time for our roundup of all the best new iOS games to hit the App Store in the past 7 days. As always it's a busy week, but I can't think of another week that had so darn many big name releases that dropped pretty
Here I am doing my weekly deep dive into the inner depths of the App Store to scrounge up all the new games for our weekly roundup, and I just happened to notice that Reigns: Her Majesty [$2.99] is available right this minute in the App Store despite it being scheduled to go live tomorrow.
Reigns: Her Majesty builds on its predecessor’s devilishly simple mechanics with a new story of political and cosmic intrigue. As in the first Reigns, indie developer François Alliot (aka Nerial) invites you to try on the crown — this time as the queen. Her Majesty is coming out December 7 from publisher Devolver Digital for PC, […]
The original Reigns [$2.99] delighted basically everyone when it was released last year. We loved it in our review, and really, my primary criticism of the game is how much it left me wanting more. Well, I've been playing an early copy of the upcoming sequel, Reigns: Her Majesty, for a while now and that's
Developer Nerial's wonderfully weird monarch sim Reigns is getting a sequel, Reigns: Her Majesty, on PC and mobile this December. The original Reigns cast you as a benevolent (or malevolent, depending on your particular whims) medieval monarch. Show More Summary
The original Reigns [$2.99] is one of those games that you can recommend to the most hardcore gamer on the planet and someone who has never played a video game before and they'll both enjoy it. It's difficult to come up with many other titles that fit that description. If you've never played it, imagine