A Great JRPG Collection

God Eater 2: Rage Burst Bandai Namco’s gritty version of CAPCOM’s Monster Hunter series. However, this one puts action to its very center. Set three years after the events of GOD EATER Resurrection, a mysterious rain sparks a pandemic to the world. As member of the Special Unit called Blood, it’s your task to investigate. Set in a dystopian future where humanity is threatened by gargantuan beasts, it’s up to a select group of elite heroes known as God Eaters to quell the destruction they caused. Using their iconic God Arcs, this gigantic weapons serves as their melee and range attack. It offers a diverse take on the hack and slash genre, while teaming up with your friends in co-op mode. It receives a PlayScore of 7.79 9. Nioh: Complete Edition Set in the Land of the Rising Sun, follow the story of western Samurai named William as he enacts vengeance on the person that robbed him of his happiness. Considered as a mix of JRPG and action hack and slash, it takes inspiration from FromSoftware’s Soul Series. Based on Akira Kurosawa’s unfinished work, embark on a grand adventure in the Sengoku Period and fend off iconic mythical creatures that block your path.

It’s varied combat makes use of multiple weapons that enable you to easily take down Japan’s ugly beasts. It’s a challenging and unforgettable journey that rivals the Souls series and it receives a PlayScore of 7.90 8. World Of Final Fantasy Square Enix’s chibified version of their best-selling franchise takes you to a magical journey with siblings Reynn and Lann. Explore the vast land of Grymoire as you rediscover the past and save the future. Borrowing Pokemon’s gameplay, players utilise their captured monsters to fight for them in battle. Apart from its gameplay, meet familiar and iconic characters of the Final Fantasy series all in their cute chibified forms. Characters such as Cloud, Lightning, and others will guide you on your adventure. It receives a PlayScore of 7.90 7. NieR: Automata Straight out of Yoko Taro’s own head, enter a desolate Earth populated by Alien robots.

This spin-off to the Drakengard Series takes you to the life of YoRHa Androids, 2B, A2, and 9S as they unearth the biggest mysteries of human consciousness. Gameplay-wise, it’s a cathartic hack and slash RPG experience. Considering it was once a Sony exclusive, Square Enix managed to give the PC users a chance to enjoy a gripping story about these curious AI’s. Roam around its gorgeous open world and take control of these protagonists as they find out what it means to be human. It’s an existentialists nightmare, and not to mention it offers a ton of endings. It receives a PlayScore of 8.09 6. Ys VI: Ark Of Naphistim Nihom Falcom’s iconic JRPG once again takes you to the shoes of the legendary Adol the Red. In Ark Of Naphistim, Adol was washed ashore in a mysterious island. This is the first 3D Ys game ever released, and it’s new and improved real-time combat is a game-changer.