"Like every other game genre, there's no one set of generally agreed-upon rules for what makes a Japanese RPG good. Some people simply can't stand turn-based gameplay, feeling it's an obsolete relic of an era gone past; others get misty-eyed with nostalgia and/or prefer its more deliberate pacing. Then there are gamers who debate whether or not linearity harms a game's appeal; some are bored by it, while others are content to let a game's narrative take them along for the ride. In any case, your personal tastes in the genre are going to have a lot to do with whether or not you enjoy Kemco's Alphadia Genesis, a mobile port which is content to cash in on nostalgia without really bringing anything special to the table. Like this year's earlier Wii U eShop JRPG, Pier Solar HD, less picky genre fans will likely have a ball — just go in with expectations set at a reasonable level."