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Submitted by FullMetalAdam 721d ago | opinion piece

The Future Of JRPGs Is Not In Forcing Broad Appeal

From eGamer, "JRPG developers need not broaden their appeal of their games, but focus on the core game design and looking at what made JRPGs popular in the past". (Culture, Dev, Final Fantasy XIII, Final Fantasy XV, Ni No Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch)

SegaGamer  +   721d ago
Personally i don't think there is anything wrong with JRPG's, it's the people that play games that are the problem. People are not willing to give JRPG's a chance, especially casual gamers.

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