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Seriously Underrated SNES RPGs

The SNES was an absolute unit when it came to releasing great RPGs. But not all the SNES RPGs got the same attention as Final Fantasy titles or Chrono Trigger, though. Here are a few unsung RPGs for the Super NES.

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Jiub167d ago

I feel like Lufia games are always underrated. 7th Saga can go kick rocks, though

TFJWM167d ago

I was always a fan of 7th Saga but I can see the dislike of it. Lufia games are usually a good time but can drag on.

Jiub167d ago

The graphics rocked for 7th saga but I got beat down in the early game and it kinda killed the experience for me.

TFJWM167d ago

Ya 7th Saga is very unforgiving if you don't choose the right class and/or get bad luck with who you run into during the early game but that added to it on multiple playthroughs.

SegaSaturn669166d ago

7th Saga is one of my faves. But it will eat you if you don't know what you're doing. Always make sure your speed stat raises by at least 4 every time you level up. That way you'll dodge ~70% of all attacks coming at you. You almost never die in one hit.

Scissorman82167d ago

loved loved loved Secret of Evermore. still remember the tv spot from when i was a kid - creeps me out till this day.

Jiub167d ago

If it's the same one I'm thinking of, they made the game look a LOT more intense than they needed to lol

electroblood167d ago

Secret of Evermore actually did well. Yoshi's Island was released around then as well and stole most of the headlines though.

Babadook7167d ago

Kudos to this article for not being an ad marathon.

NecrumOddBoy167d ago

Let me throw in a game that goes far under the radar for JRPGs on SNES:

E.V.O. Search for Eden

This epic game from Enix is like taking Feeding Frenzy and adding in evolution! You start as a prehistoric tadpole and use XP to evolve or devolve as needed to tackle this crazy unique RPG. It’s really hard to explain. Highly recommended and I would love to see a remake.

specialguest166d ago

That game brings back great childhood memories of gaming and how life was during that era

Sirk7x166d ago

Terranigma is one of my favorite games of all time. Damn near a crime that it never got a Western release. Amazing game.

specialguest166d ago (Edited 166d ago )

I recently discovered the next edition to Soul Blazer/Illusion of Gaia series existed. That game looked amazing for the SNES and it was a damn shame it didn't make it here in the west. I have to play it through emulation now, but I wish I had a chance to play it back then

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