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Submitted by shodan74 1104d ago | opinion piece

Ni No Kuni – The Last Great JRPG Of This Generation

JRPGs have been sadly neglected in recent years. But thanks to its beautiful visuals, engaging battle system and emotive story, Jonathan Szafran argues that the newly-released Ni No Kuni has proven to be this generation’s exemplary entry in the genre. (Culture, Ni No Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch, PS3)

ThePsychoGamer  +   1104d ago
Disgaea D2, Tales of Xilla, The Witch and the hundred knights, and Yakuza 5 says hi
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VsAssassin  +   1104d ago
Yakuza 5 is an RPG? Correct me if I'm wrong though. Anyway, it's a bold claim, but I think I know what the article is talking about.
ThePsychoGamer  +   1104d ago
There are a lot of JRPG elements in the Yakuza games, though whether or not it should be called a JRPG can be debated.

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