Ten JRPGs You Should Go Back and Play

Well, it’s been a while since Obstructed Views has written anything, so OV thought, why not do an article about something that OV really enjoys? The first game that ever caught our eye was Final Fantasy. Since then, OV has been completely addicted to those awesome JRPG games. Now, without further ado, obstructed views will give you a list of ten JRPGS you should go back and play. And if you have never played them, well, what the hell are you thinking?

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Kamuymintar1917d ago

I want to add Valkyrie Profile to the list instead of recent games.

And I love these Japan-exclusive and unknown (even for the Japanese) masterpieces of JRPGs in 1990's:

- Tenshi No Uta II: Datenshi No Sentaku
- Illusion City
- Linda Cube (aka Linda Cube again)
- Ore No Shikabane o Koeteyuke

Crazay1917d ago

I'd put Lunar 1 and 2 in there as well as the original Suikoden.

khellendros11917d ago

So many people who started out with FF7 missed on what I think is the best Final fantasy in 6. Kefka is a lunatic, lol.

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zippycup1917d ago

FF6 is one of my top rpg's

dragon warrior also holds a place at the top

klecser1917d ago

Fire Emblem and Disgaea are not JRPGs. They're SRPGs.

Sheesh, its like anything that is made in Japan and has CHARACTERS in it gets labelled a JRPG.

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klecser1917d ago

The one thing you have right is that gamers disagree. I think you are in the minority with your definitions.

People that actually play strategy RPGs do not lump them in with JRPGs.

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Hicken1917d ago

An SRPG can still be a JRPG.

Snookies121916d ago (Edited 1916d ago )

If the game is an RPG that comes from Japan or has a decidedly Japanese style, it's a JRPG. Regardless of whether it's turn based, action, or strategy.

Misaka_x_Touma1910d ago (Edited 1910d ago )

JRPG = Japanese RPG that plays and has Anime Like Characters.

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