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Post #453626
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5:25 pm, Mar 14 2011
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DInk Smallwood..the best rpg ever made.. biggrin biggrin biggrin

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5:42 pm, Mar 14 2011
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Final Fantasy X

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10:51 am, Mar 16 2011
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MMORPG- Cabal
PCRPG- Dungeon Siege I and II (eventhough i only played DS II on demo biggrin )
GAMEBOY RPG- Pokemon Series, Summon Night - Swordcraft Story Series, Zelda Sries and Advance Wars Series... cool



Post #454104
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3:48 pm, Mar 16 2011
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Not sure if Action RPG's count but here's mine.

Phantasy Star Online - Never got to the Online part though haha. Collecting weapons and growing a Mag for a Hucast was fun... Until late into Very Hard mode where it was just too frustrating for me to keep going. Wished the newer ones on PSP were available on PS3.

Not sure if X-men Legends 2 counts as a RPG, if so I love that game too.

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5:48 am, Mar 28 2011
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Shin Megami Tensei... all of them.

I especially like the remake of Persona for PSP considering that my old PSX system is on the verge of death, it has an entire optional quest/route that was left out of the PSX version, has the original character designs and some other things that just makes the remake superior without feeling like it is too far removed from the original.



Post #457124 - Reply to (#453626) by mythandril
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DInk Smallwood..the best rpg ever made.. biggrin biggrin biggrin

Lol I remember playing that a long time ago. It was fun although I never finished it.

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That would be Kingdom hearts. I particulary liked the first.

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Dragon Age: Origins. I loved the tactical battles (Something DA2/ME1&2 lacked), as well as the varied and nearly unlimited(see above) interactions with all your companions.

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Fire emblem and yeah i verifie it a RPG, I like this game because you need to think about whatever mouvement you will do because if you lose a character in battle better tell him farwell because you will propably never see him ever again, so if you play one day here a little tip, watch your step and more important keep you're soldiers alive.

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If you play Radiant Dawn lvl up Haar, he get overkilling when he class change


Post #466702 - Reply to (#466694) by foxpower
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Quote from foxpower
Fire emblem and yeah i verifie it a RPG, I like this game because you need to think about whatever mouvement you will do because if you lose a character in battle better tell him farwell because you will propably never see him ever again, so if you play one day here a little tip, watch your step and more important keep you're soldiers alive.

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If you play Radiant Dawn lvl up Haar, he get overkilling when he class change

You may "verifie it a RPG", but it's a strategy game, which is why you need to think about your character's movements.

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Post #468597 - Reply to (#466702) by x0mbiec0rp
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Quote from foxpower
Fire emblem and yeah i verifie it a RPG, I like this game because you need to think about whatever mouvement you will do because if you lose a character in battle better tell him farwell because you will propably never see him ever again, so if you play one day here a little tip, watch your step and more important keep you're soldiers alive.

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If you play Radiant Dawn lvl up Haar, he get overkilling when he class change

You may "verifie it a RPG", but it's a strategy game, which is why you need to think about your character's movements.



I would like to point out that the Fire Emblem series is usualy classified as a Tactical/Strategy RPG series and not just strategy games
so i dont really see a problem when someone "verifie it a RPG"
and i like fire emblem too...not so much the later games but the super nes games = pure win

Post #473227
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7:03 pm, May 31 2011
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Fire Emblem: Blazing Sword
FF12
Valkyria Chronicles
Valkyrie Profile 2
Tales of the Abyss
Rogue Galaxy
Golden Sun: Dark Dawn
Ys: The Oath in Felghana
Fire Emblem: PoR
Persona 3


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7:19 pm, May 31 2011
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Tales of Vesperia and Fragile Dreams: Farewell Ruins of the Moon

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8:39 pm, May 31 2011
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TES Morrowind and Oblivion.

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8:57 pm, May 31 2011
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Persona 3 Fes, as well as the P3P remake were both really great, and possibly my all time favorites. Otherwise I would have to say Parasite Eve, .Hack, and Star Ocean: The Second Story. It was really fun, had good characters, and it's active combat system was my preferred system of the Star Ocean series.

Does Demon's Soul's or Borderland's count as rpg?

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