Game Idealist's list of the top ten most impressive JRPGs that were shown at E3 2015.
1.FFVII 2.KH3 for me:D
Im still confused whether Dark Souls is a JRPG, I know its made by Japanese devs, but it's kinda different.
Here's a list of games you might have missed as well at E3. http://n4g.com/news/1748084...
Square Enix is BACK!!! look at that list 6 of those games are from them, and they didn't even show FFXV, and the best part is that they look like honest to God JRPG'S, they're not trying to please everyone with every game. Thank God for Yoichi Wada stepping down 2 years ago, the last generation were definitely dark times for Square Enix.
No order: My Top Illusory Revelations Fire Emblem Fire Emblem Fates Xenoblade Chronicles X Bravely Second LBX: Little Battlers Experience Persona 5 Star Ocean 5
P5 was not at E3
I know but I felt like including it.
Xenoblade Fire Emblem Mario & luigi Bravely Secnd KH
When is a Mario game considered a JRPG?
Super Mario RPG.
Super Mario RPG was made by Square, Paper Mario is a role playing game made in JP. I am uneducated on the Mario and Luigi games but they are similar to both
OH So its a Paper Mario game. OK I just don't picture it as a traditional JRPG.
Final Fantasy VII's remake might very well be the most impressive Final Fantasy once it's released.
Wow. #10, Project Setsuna. One piece of artwork shown and it makes the top 10. Oooooookay.
FFVII was a teaser trailer with CGI. Yeah real impressive looking game, maybe when they actually show it til then save it for just the most surprising JRPG reveal list Now Kingdom Hearts 3 looks impressive, with graphics that match the older CGI scenes in the games and has so much action going on it looks insane.
It's not a list of the most impressive >looking< games. Considering the impact the old game had and the heavy anticipation and wish for a remake people have had for over 10 years, the simple announcement of the game is impressive.
Can't wait for star ocean 5, it looks so old school! Also, Dark Souls 3!!
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