Fortunately, the real E3—that is, the show floor, where you could go around and play tons and tons of video games—looked drastically different than the pressers. And there were exciting JRPGs all over the place, from the gorgeous Ni no Kuni to the nostalgic Final Fantasy Dimensions.
It's nothing without Konami's Suikoden, MediaVision's Wild Arms, or even Sony's Legend of Dragoon.
We need some for the consoles, not just portable. Atlus hasn't made any rpgs for the console since PS2.
Ni No Kuni looks like a fantastic game.
Unfortunately the rest are a) spinoffs b) ports c) sjrpgs
Nothing wrong with sjrpgs but the focus is usually on strategy gameplay rather than story in those games so I personally prefer jrpgs. I would much rather see more fresh ip like Ni No Kuni or at least wholehearted games like that.
As stated in the artical south park the stick of truth is not a JRPG but I still want this game to be good. Ni No Kuni looks fantastic is it on console?
Yes, JRPG are still kicking and i never feel that JRPG are dying like western media told me this years.
Well, some titles like Suikoden, Wild Arms, Breath of Fire, Dark Cloud, or Valkyrie Profile are missing some new action in HD console. And FF...well, as we all knew that FF aren't as good as in SNES/PS1 era.
But, we got some new fresh IP like Valkyria Chronicles, Demon / Dark Souls, Ni no Kuni, White Knight Chronicles, Ressonance of Fate, and so on. Also Tales series, Atelier series, Disgaea series are still kicking in HD consoles.
So yeah, once again JRPG are still alive and kicking.