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If you like RPGs and Japanese culture then guess what, there is a perfect game combination for you! JRPG, as the name suggests, is a Japanese RPG, which brings a unique style to the RPG genre.
JRPG generally covers the perfect combination of story, character development, adventure, and combat. In this article, we will introduce some of the main JRPG options that will start playing in 2020. If you are new to these types of games or you like, you will definitely find something you like.
Of course, this list is not exhaustive, but we have tried to include balanced game combinations.
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Release Date: Mar 23, 2018
Developer: Level 5
Publisher: Bandai Namco Entertainment JP
If you are a fan of the amazing Studio Ghibli movie then you will enjoy this game. Ni No Kuni II was co-produced by Studio Ghibli, so as you can imagine, the visuals are beautiful.
is a third-person perspective game that combines typical RPG components and an open-world design. In this game, you can help run a kingdom, recruit monsters, fight bad guys, and freely explore the magical world around you. This is a good introduction to the JRPG type.
Release Date: April 2, 1994
Final Fantasy VI
Final Fantasy VI
is the best Final Fantasy game that has always been a hot topic, with thousands of the top ten The list has hundreds of different opinions.We just selected one Final Fantasy title for our list today to make it fair to the competition. Final Fantasy VI is a good introduction to the series.
As magic fades from the world, this is not your rigid Tolkein-style RPG. The world has been transformed by iron, steam engines, and other industrial technologies.
With its riveting art style, outstanding character lineup, and steampunk atmosphere, "Final Fantasy VI" still performs well today. Now available on many platforms, it's easier than ever to experience the provided great characters and villains.
Release Date: Mar 11, 1995
Publisher: Square (SNES & PS1), Square Enix (NDS, Mobile Devices, Windows)
Speaking of Chrono Trigger, its great story Help distinguish it from others JRPG. You will experience time travel, many characters (including the talking frog swordsman), and even a floating heaven. Considering its age, the
Chrono Trigger is well maintained. Although it was originally released on Super Nintendo, its graphics and artistic style give people a nostalgic feel, and the game feels very fresh, and you rarely get frustrated.
Release Date: November 27, 2004
Developer: Level5 (PS2), Square Enix (3DS)
Publisher: Square Enix
Dragon Quest VIII was originally released for PlayStation 2. It is a delightful shadow game that many fans appreciate. As the first Dragon Quest game in Europe, this game has made many JRPG fans nostalgic.
With an incredibly well-arranged soundtrack and character lineup, all dubbed, this is the first Dragon Quest game to leap to 3D, and spare no effort. Players control their silent protagonist to defeat Durmagus who cursed the people of the Kingdom of Trodan.
Release Date: February 29, 2008 (EU)
Developer: Microsoft Game Studio
Publisher: Mistwalker, Feelplus
Although only available for Xbox 360 and Xbox One with backward compatibility, the Lost Odyssey "It is an excellent complement to the JRPG genre. As an immortal hero suffering from amnesia, you will tell the tragic story of being a mercenary for more than 1,000 years and begin to seek to prevent the power-hungry Gongora from completing his plan.
Loyal to the JRPG genre, this game has a rich story experience and almost endless turn-based battles. Occurring in a big world where role updates and team management are important, this is by no means a short title. Originally released on four Xbox 360 CDs, a wealth of content is provided here.
Although these are steps in a different direction compared to western RPGs, the content provided here is very rich, making the experience truly unique. It's no wonder that many game fans prefer Japanese-style RPGs due to the variety of character rosters, interesting stories, and mysterious worlds.
After more than 20 years of gaming, we certainly missed some of the games on the list. In fact, there are a lot of great games in the series, like Final Fantasy and Dragon Quest, and we can make a special list for them!
Let us know what you would include in your list in the comments below, we'd love to hear your thoughts.