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JRPGJapanese Role-Playing Game
JRPGJava Runtime Products Group (BEA Systems)
JRPGJoint Radar Planning Group
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Battle Chasers:Nightwar will satisfy JRPG fans out there.
Sure, the storyline is likely to be bloated, melodramatic and sappy, but that's just the way JRPGs roll.
Bill Black, director of the Bravely Default English dub, says, “I am very proud to announce at last, I was honored to cast and direct the English voice over for the Epic JRPG Bravely Default for Square Enix Japan on behalf of & in the service of my fantastic, creative & awesome employer Binari Sonori.”
And for a whole generation of gamers, there's the world of the Japanese role-playing game (JRPG) - the Final Fantasies that showed games didn't have to be trigger-happy like Doom or platformers like the Italian plumber and his friends.
On the one hand, it breaks free of the Japanese role-playing games (JRPG) mould but closely upholds the genre's clichs, so it delights and frustrates in equal measure.
Square Enix has finally unveiled the much anticipated return of the classic JRPG, remade to fit today's generation of gaming systems -- "Final Fantasy VII Remake." This game is reportedly way bigger than the original title that it will not fit into one disc.
The game's anime artistic style and speedy animations bring a fresh pace to proceedings, and while it's never intended to compete with the big-budget titles in the same genre, there's more than enough strategic action, combat enjoyment and bucketloads of unlockables to bring a deep appreciation of what weird and wonderful worlds JRPG's can bring to your collection.
'Chain Chronicle' is an innovative game on Android as well as iOS that can be described as a cross between traditional JRPG and line defense.
A handheld port of 2011's epic Wii JRPG, it squeezes one of the most expansive role-players of its generation into a portable format.
Out Friday Lightning's return won't do much to smooth feathers ruffled by Final Fantasy XIII's lumpen and linear reinvention of the classic JRPG franchise.
As story driven as any JRPG that's gone before it (with a fairly predictable, world-saving tale to boot), it also features a wonderful cast of English voice actors, ranging from Mancunian drunks to sly, posh "received pronunciation" villains.
Square Enix announced a lot during E3, and one of those announcements is that the game company is working on a remastered version of the classic beloved JRPG, "Final Fantasy VIII."