About Us

JustRPG.com is one of the internet’s oldest RPG review websites. We review single player RPGs for consoles like PS2, PS3, PS4, Xbox and more. We also cover MMORPGs and sometimes venture to other genres. Our critic scores are used in popular game review aggregators like GameFaqs and MetaCritic.


James Whitlock (Admin / Writer / Editor):

I’ve been playing video games for as long as I can remember. My passion was born when my father purchased an original gameboy for me along with copies of Tetris and Ms.Pacman. My love of games was fully realized when I received my first console, the Nintendo 64 and my life has not been the same since. Since then I have changed my taste in games multiple times and eventually settled on the RPG genre. Some of my all time favorites include Final Fantasy IX, Tales of Symphonia, and Skies of Arcadia Legends. I am also a huge fan of anything related to Dragon Ball and have made it my personal goal to beat every Dragon Ball game there is. Over the last couple years I have also been expanding my video game collection which now has over 500 games, and display a collection blog on Pinterest and Tumblr. I’m known as “Mogarth” and “Mog” around the internet.

Victoria a.k.a. Vicky. (Contributor): 

Head of Beep Boop Operations. Chaotic Neutral. I started gaming a little late in life. My very first system was the Sony PlayStation and the first game I played was Crash Bandicoot. I was hooked. Soon after I joined the Pokemon trend and began my video game collection. Sadly, I was one of those kids who had to trade in my consoles in order to get a new one and I was never able to build up an actual collection until recently where I covet my games like puppies (I love puppies). I’ve played RPG’s, First and third person shooters, platformers, rogue-like games and everything in-between. My other talents include baking, an extensive knowledge of manga, and saying things out of context. I’m also the co-host on Waveback, a video game music podcast. Make sure to follow me on Instagram and Twitter


Ethics Policy

Our goal, first and foremost, is to serve our readers by providing them unbiased reviews, videos, news, and more. Our loyalty is with our readers and we will NEVER misrepresent facts, spin positively, or alter any of our content to please advertisers. Simply put, if a game sucks, we’re going to say it sucks, no matter what an advertiser tells us.