Like most Ys games, it features a deep and involving story that ties in to the history of Ys. This PC release enhances the visual experience with adjustable High-Res mode, gamepad support, achievements and so much more. It receives a PlayScore of 8.15 5. Ni No Kuni II: Revenant Kingdom Together with Bandai Namco Entertainment, Level-5 brings back the breathtaking sights of their chibi-filled RPG with this jaw-dropping sequel. In direct collaboration with Studio Ghibli, dive into a familiar yet vastly improved Ni No Kuni chapter. After being overthrown by a mysterious coup, the Young King Evan on a life-changing journey of self and redemption. Meet new people around their beautifully crafted kingdoms, and head to battle with engaging combat system. It’s an all-new Ni No Kuni world, with memorable moments and heartwarming friendships. It receives a PlayScore of 8.33 4. Final Fantasy XII: The Zodiac Age One of PlayStation 2’s best-selling games. Return to Dalmasca in this beautiful remaster of the sky-soaring, wall-destroying characters of Final Fantasy XII.
Named The Zodiac Age, it promises to enhance most of the concerns from the community such Game Balance. It’s International Zodiac Job System brings a whole new approach to the progression. This puts your characters to unique specialties and skills that was once a missing feature during the original game. Though the updates seem huge, it’s still pretty much the game game. Get caught in its political conspiracies and difficult boss fights. And as usual, don’t listen to Ondore’s lies, because this game receives a PlayScore of 8.33 3. The Legend Of Heroes: Trails In The Sky SC You’re not a real JRPG fan if you haven’t heard of Nihon Falcom’s legendary Trails in the Sky series. The future of Liberl is still at stake under the deeper control of the mysterious Society of Ouroboros. Picking up shortly after the events of the first chapter, follow Estelle as she travels across the land in search of his missing step-brother Joshua.
As a Bracer Guild member, immerse yourself in a grand adventure as you help townsfolk with their problems, play mini-games and meet a stellar cast of memorable characters. With an expanded combat system, powered by an acclaimed soundtrack to boot, it’s truly one of gaming’s most important JRPG. It has a PlayScore of 8.52 2. Tales Of Berseria When it comes to JRPG’s, there’s always Tales. Ever since the release of the first Tales game, numerous installments have been created.. With each helping shape the future of the franchise. Bandai Namco’s latest addition to the series is Tales of Berseria. This will be the sixteenth entry to the ever growing Tales series and it serves as a prequel to Zestiria. Berseria is already available to Japanese gamers since August 2016, as usual. The story follows a band of heroes in a Kingdom corrupted by demonic presence. The gameplay is similar to most Tales games. It’s still an RPG in third-person perspective. The gameplay remains the same in almost every way — from combat to the underlying mechanics.
It receives a PlayScore of 8.55 1. And the best PC JRPG game so far is none other than Valkyria Chronicles SEGA’s cel-shaded take on the War Genre that involves flying bullets and political intrigue. Set in a war-torn land in the first ever entry to SEGA’s cult favorite, Valkyria Chronicles. Control a band of heroes in their effort to quell the enemy empire from amassing an impending invasion. Utilize the game’s unique Tactical Combat gameplay Called the BlitZ Combat System. Players take control of characters in the battlefield to move and shoot enemies via turn-based and real-time moments. Aside from its hybrid gameplay, the story is gripping with political heights. The cutscenes and the game’s gorgeous art style also comes into full form due to its 1080p and 60 frames per second improvement. It has a PlayScore of 8.71