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consists of 19 releases.
Released Dec 18, 1987
An indie game with puzzles and battles. Made in RPGMaker MV.
A traditional JRPG being developed by The Shangry Llamas.
A downloadable game inspired by classic RPGs with turn-based combat from the creative director of Far Cry 3, made using the UbiArt engine powering the most recent Rayman games.
A homage to action-adventure and Japanese role playing games throughout the ages. Graphics range from Game Boy style graphics to fully rendered 3D.
An RPG set in the Serious Sam universe.
StreetPass Mii Plaza is a collection of games designed to highlight the StreetPass functionality built into the Nintendo 3DS. Two games (Find Mii & Puzzle Swap) are automatically included while other games are available as DLC.
A retro-style indie RPG from the same developer as Breath of Death VII.
Breath of Death VII is a retro parody RPG developed by Zeboyd Games and released on Xbox Live Indie Games and Steam.
A PSP RPG by Irem.
A Korean traditional turn-based RPG for the PSP. It is the sequel to Astonishia Story in Korea, being published by SK Telecom as Astonisha Story 2 there. The game is developed by IRONNOS.
Mana Khemia is the 9th entry in the Atelier series. The game is a quest based RPG where players adventure on various missions to complete the game. Unlike the ordinary classic style RPG, alchemy is the main focus of the game, meaning players will discover and create items and weapons.
Astonishia Story is a 1994 Sonnori developed RPG with easy to understand interface, and controls designed for people who are new to the RPG genre.
The fifth game in "The Legend of Heroes" series originally released for Japanese PCs in 1999 and then remade for the PSP in 2006. In 2007, it was localized for the first time and renamed to "The Legend of Heroes III" in North America.
The fourth game in the Legend of Heroes series, A Tear of Vermilion was originally developed in 1996, but remade, translated, and released for US markets in 2005.
A Chinese RPG developed and published by C&E Inc. with the rights now owned by Super Fighter Team.
The third game in The Legend of Heroes series originally released for Japanese PCs in 1994 and then remade for the PSP in 2004. In 2006 it was localized for the first time and renamed to "The Legend of Heroes II" in the United States.
The two original Dragon Quest RPGs remade with a graphical upgrade and compiled into a single package for SNES and Game Boy Color.
A direct spin-off to Tengai Makyou II: Manjimaru staring Kabuki Danjirou.
A Japanese roleplaying game released in 1992.
Defenders of Oasis is an RPG for the Sega Game Gear which was released in 1992. It is known in Japan as Shadam Crusader: Harukanaru Oukoku
Emerald Dragon is a traditional Japanese RPG released for various gaming consoles and computers.
A turn-based fantasy RPG from Falcom released for home computers and ported to various consoles, including the TurboGrafx-CD. It is the first game in The Legend of Heroes series as well as the sixth in the Dragon Slayer series.
An action RPG designed by Yu Suzuki for the Sega Genesis. The original advertising for this game claimed that it had "over 300 hours of gameplay".
The first game in the Hanjuku Hero series of strategy RPGs from Square. It was released for the Famicom in 1988 in Japan only.
The third release of the Dragon Warrior franchise saw the story take a trip back in time before one and two, taking up the sword of the warrior of legend, Loto. In this game the hero sets out to destroy Baramos after his/her late father Ortega fails.
A fantasy RPG developed and published by Hudson for the PC Engine. It was never released outside Japan.
A turn-based fantasy RPG by Kemco for the Famicom. It was never released outside of Japan.
The second game in the Dragon Warrior/Quest series. It continues the legacy of Erdrick/Loto.
Rescue the princess and defeat the evil Dragonlord in this landmark RPG from Enix.
Squaresoft's first RPG, this was an early futuristic sci-fi RPG for the PC-8801 and PC-9801 computers, featuring a post-apocalyptic setting and isometric, tactical turn-based battles.
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