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'The RPG genre is already split in two,' Fallout influenced Atelier Ayesha, says dev

PSU writes:

"One famed JRPG director has noticed a growing divide between Western and Eastern role-playing experiences, and cites influence from the former in developing the latter.

Earlier today, PSU sat down with Yoshito Okamura, Gust Game Director behind Atelier Ayesha: The Alchemist of Dusk, an RPG that released this week exclusively on PlayStation 3. During the interview, Okamura-kun expressed that the current RPG market has largely divulged into two sectors--one being realistic, and the other involving 'traditional systemic game play.'"

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Skate-AK1782d ago

Seen this on the store and liked the art style.

rataranian1782d ago

Could have bought Fallout. Instead went and got Ys I&II Chronicles babay!!!! <3

badz1491782d ago

just 2? there are action RPG (Kingdom Hearts), turn-based RPG(FF), FPS RPG(Borderlands, Skyrim), RTS RPG(R&C Q-Force) and so on, right? or is he talking about Western vs Japanese RPG?

Gregard1781d ago (Edited 1781d ago )

I guess he means West VS Japan :P

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