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Groucho said:
FaRmLaNd said:
I already have a 360. I don't have enough money for a second console especially if its the most expensive one.

 

No interest in older RPGs is what you mean? A "1" then?

 

 

No I love older RPG's a lot more then newer ones. But money is the issue.



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RPG said:
Soriku said:
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Haven't played some still, can buy and play on PS2.

The DS is already a powerhouse RPG system. Wii will soon be, especially with the amazing line up this year.

Right I would like to know what JRPG are releasing which will make the Wii a "JRPG powerhouse" this year, many people saying it on this forum and all that I can think of the the FF spin off and a flag ship TO game.

That does not make the console a JRPG powerhouse, DQ X will do it but if that one releases before 2010 I will rip my balls off. Console JRPG are pathetic, it would as easily be argued that FFXIII and Versus will make the PS3 a JRPG powerhouse which simply shows how poor this gen has been for console JRPG.

BTW MH3, sales =/= quality is the definition of the MH franchise.

Oboro Muramasa, Kizuna, Arc Rise Fantasia right off the bat.

"RPG"?

 



RPG said:
Soriku said:
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Haven't played some still, can buy and play on PS2.

The DS is already a powerhouse RPG system. Wii will soon be, especially with the amazing line up this year.

Right I would like to know what JRPG are releasing which will make the Wii a "JRPG powerhouse" this year, many people saying it on this forum and all that I can think of the the FF spin off and a flag ship TO game.

That does not make the console a JRPG powerhouse, DQ X will do it but if that one releases before 2010 I will rip my balls off. Console JRPG are pathetic, it would as easily be argued that FFXIII and Versus will make the PS3 a JRPG powerhouse which simply shows how poor this gen has been for console JRPG.

BTW MH3, sales =/= quality is the definition of the MH franchise.

 

WTF the MH series is badass!  It's unforgiving as hell and tries to make you take the time to learn each monster and the best way to fight them which you'll end up loving it otherwise you fall by the wayside and hate it.

And there's a decent list of RPGs here http://news.vgchartz.com/news.php?id=2811



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If you want RPG buy a DS or 360. Soon the Wii will be flooded so go to either one of those console. Or go back and get a PS2 has tons of RPG.

PSP has tons of GBA ports.....so no.
PS3...no support at all.



Ah, Forgot Rune Factory Frontier, dammit.

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Valkyria00 said:
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If you want RPG buy a DS or 360. Soon the Wii will be flooded so go to either one of those console. Or go back and get a PS2 has tons of RPG.

PSP has tons of GBA ports.....so no.
PS3...no support at all.

PSP has a lot too. Lots are PS1 remakes and ports, but it's a great option too.

 



Valkyria00 said:
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If you want RPG buy a DS or 360. Soon the Wii will be flooded so go to either one of those console. Or go back and get a PS2 has tons of RPG.

PSP has tons of GBA ports.....so no.
PS3...no support at all.

 

PSP has a good selection of original RPGs. A ton of upcoming RPGs in Japan as well...



Wii JRPGs in 2009:

Arc Rise Fantasia
Muramasa: The Demon Blade
Fragile
FFCC: The Crystal Bearers
FFCC: Echoes of Time
Valhalla Knights: Eldar Saga

Rune Factory Frontier
Kizuna
'Tales of Ten'
Possibly, "Sword of Legendia"

WiiWare:
Sorcery Blade
Discipline

And obviously Dragon Quest later on.



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If you really are a hardcore RPG gamer, the DS is the best option this gen.



Upcoming PSP RPGs off the top off my head:

Ape Escape RPG
Tales of the World 2
FFXIII Agito
Kingdom Hearts
Brandish
Disgaea 2 Portable
Persona
Parasite Eve
Cardboard Senki (Level 5)
Ushiro (Level 5)
Harvest Moon: Sugar Village
Zill O'll Infinte (Koei)
Mana-Khemia Portable
Narisokonai Eiyuutan (Irem)
Class of Heroes (Atlus)
.hack/link

 

All GBA ports, apparently.