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Alternative(s): 롤플레잉겜; 롤플레잉겜만화; Role-Playing Game
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After a falling out with his team, the Guild Master of the greatest guild quits the game. As the top player, he had pioneered the creation of a unique plot item that is required to open a new area of the game. After 2 years he returns to find that his items and gold have been stolen by hackers and the unique plot item he made unavailable by leaving, was never replaced, and so he is hated by everyone in the game. Our accessories-loving hero is however very relaxed, and simply goes back to his old ways of trying to create/purchase the most interesting items. <Temporary description created by reader, will be updated later>
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News Lost Sphear RPG's Video Shows Gameplay
Game slated for October 12 in Japan, January 23 in N. America/Europe Square Enix began streaming a trailer for Tokyo RPG Factory's Lost Sphear game on Wednesday. The video shows gameplay footage from the game, and shows both battle and the world map. The game will launch in Japan for PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch on October 12. The game will arrive in North America and Europe for PS4, Switch, and PC on January 23, 2018. Players in North America and Europe who pre-order the digital edition through the PlayStation Store will receive a "Memoirs of the Moon" Dynamic Theme for the PS4, and the two music tracks "Market Town Marpennig" and "Town of Elgarthe." Physical editions for PS4 and Switch will be available only through the Square Enix Online Store, and they will come with download codes for the "Town's Theme #1" and "Town's Theme #2" tracks. The website's description of the game is as follows: The next evolution in this new golden age of JRPG's arrives with LOST
Sep 02, 2017
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News Inti Creates Unveils Dragon: Marked for Death 2D Action RPG for Switch
4-player co-op dark fantasy slated for winter Game developer Inti Creates unveiled its new game titled Dragon: Marked for Death on Thursday. The "dark fantasy style action RPG" is slated for release on the Nintendo Switch in winter. The game will feature the return of staff members from Mega Man Zero, including director Ryota Ito, character designer Toru Nakayama, chief character graphics designer Horikatsu Maeda, scenario writer and world planner Makoto Yabe, sound producer Ippō Yamada, main programmer Akihiro Shishido, lead programmer Shinichi Sema, and producer Takuya Aizu. The game is a 2D side-scrolling action game that supports up to four players through local or online multiplayer. Players pick one of four classes with different abilities: the Princess, the Warrior, the Shinobi, or the Witch. The game features single stages of sizes from 200 to 400 screens and over 30 main quests, as well as side quests. Inti Creates work
Sep 02, 2017
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Top 10 Best JRPG Stories All The Time
Let's dispense with a well-worn stereotype right away: Yes, many Japanese RPGs feature cliche plots and story tropes. There are others though, that feature memorable characters, play with our assumptions, and ultimately tell darn good stories. Below are 10 JRPGs with stories well worth experiencing. 1. Persona 4: Golden This nod specifically goes to the Vita port, which adds in two very interesting social links and a terrific epilogue. The story follows a handful of high school students in Japan as they chase a mysterious killer, confronting their worst fears along the way. Persona 4 is typically lauded for its memorable characters; and it features a well-constructed mystery with a surprising conclusion. The secret to its success though is the day-to-day  -- the part-time jobs, tests, and dates that slowly weave together a story of their own. When the year is finished and it's time to put Persona 4 Golden down, they're what you'll miss most. &n
Sep 02, 2017
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Top 10 PS2 JRPG Game Series That Should Be Remastered
Aside from a few exceptions, there hasn’t been a lot of JRPGs from the PS2 era to be remastered in HD for the PlayStation 3 and PlayStation 4. This is especially troubling for fans of the Japanese role-playing games as that particular genre has been declining on the console space, in terms of new high-profile releases, since the advent of high-definition gaming. As a result, a lot of the new JRPG fans who started gaming on the PS3 and PS4 missed out on some of the best games the genre has to offer. Here comes the top 10 PS2 JRPG series and games that should be remastered for the PS4 and PS3. 10. SHADOW HEARTS, SHADOW HEARTS: COVENANT AND SHADOW HEARTS: FROM THE NEW WORLD Shadow Hearts is one of the most underrated JRPG series. For those unfamiliar with the games, the series is set in the early 1900s and stars a family of vampires. As if the unique setting wasn’t enough, the combat system is quite fun as well as you will need to time your bu
Sep 02, 2017
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10 JRPGs Gamers are Looking Forward to Playing in 2016
This year seems like it’s going to be a great year for JRPG fans. Finally, the current gen console, mainly PS4, will see Japanese Role-play Games being released onto the platform. Let’s check out 9 JRPGs that fans need to keep a look out for in 2016! 1. World of Final Fantasy Long-time Final Fantasy fans will love this, it’s a chibi spin-off for the 3DS system that features the memorable characters. In this game you can befriend the monsters (known as Mirages). Wait a minute, did this sounds like a Final Fantasy version of Pokemon? 2. Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth The upcoming Digimon game by Bandi Namco features a teenager protagonist who is also an amateur hacker. The game takes place in the virtual world of a next-gen Internet called Cyberspace Eden. Like the movie Tron, players can travel to Eden, capture/befriend Digimon and solve a mysterious case of their friend whose consciousness is trapped back in the virtual world, le
Sep 02, 2017
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malldo
malldo
Jun 18, 2019
nombre: doctor elise

sinopsis: Ella lleva recuerdos de una vida anterior como Elise De Clorence que vivió como una mujer malvada. De repente, se produce un accidente inesperado y, cuando se despierta, ¿está de vuelta en su vida pasada? ¿Podrá Elise corregir sus errores pasados?

estado: activo

comentario personal: aunque no es el típico shonen o de estilo rpg que tanto gusta en los isekai, vale la pena leer este isekai, empezando por su dibujo
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Vivily
Vivily
Jun 18, 2019
Anime Name: Shichisei No Subaru
English Name: Seven Senses of the Re'Union
Japanese Name: 七星のスバル(しちせいのスバル)

Watch Online: https://forjoytv.com
Channel No.: 72 (AT-X)
Subtitle: Japanese

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Asahi's life in reality ended simultaneously, when she died playing "Union", a world-renowned online RPG. The members of "Subaru" went separate ways when "Union" shut down due to Asahi's death. Six years later, Haruto logs onto a renewed version of "Re'Union" and reunites with Asahi who had died. Is she an electronic ghost? The "promise" the childhood friends made will unfold within the game.
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TresCatorce
TresCatorce
Jan 25, 2019
La clave del éxito de Solo Leveling

Muchas personas ponen este manhwa como TOP 1, y me gustaría hablar del por qué.

¿Qué tiene esta serie que la hace tan buena y tan disfrutable?

El elemento principal es la fantasía; esa característica que permite que todo sea posible. ¿Un sistema que te permite que tu vida sea como un juego RPG? ¿Quién no querría eso? Pero no uno de esos mundos flojuchos en los que apenas pasa nada (sí, The Gamer, te miro a ti), sino uno con acción RPG de verdad. Y es precisamente esa acción (al obligar a Jin-Woo a cumplir misiones de ejercicio físico diarias) lo que permite que este personaje empiece a crecer y a desarrollarse. ¿Cómo sino iba convertirse en un VERDADERO personaje principal? Esto no es Katekyō Hitman Reborn.

Esta formula ya la hemos visto. ¿No es parecida a Boku no Hero Academia? El protagonista adquiere una habilidad OP, sí, pero no sólo por tenerla significa que él también esté OP, no. Su entrenamiento, su crecimiento y su desarrollo es la chicha, la carne de la serie, como dice el meme, lvl 1 crook --> lvl 100 mafia boss. ESA es la clave del éxito y Solo Leveling la tiene.

Pero el truco no está sólo en tener, sino en además retener y que no se te suba a la cabeza (sí, The Gamer, te miro a ti otra vez). Jin-Woo es cuidadoso de no revelar sus habilidades, es cauto, no quiere destacar, quiere vivir tranquilo. Además es honesto y amable. No ayuda a todos desinteresadamente pero tampoco deja a nadie abandonado, aunque si puede sacar provecho, lo hace. ¿Quién no lo haría?

El remate aquí es cómo se desarrolla Jin-Woo. [spoiler] En los últimos capítulos se ve cómo mata al tank de rango A Kim Chul porque ya tenía en mente usar su sombra. Aunque ese gilipollas se lo merece, sólo se preocupaba de cumplir la misión y dejó abandonados a los demás miembros de su gremio. Y cuando entras en una mazmorra, tienes que estar preparado para la posibilidad de que mueras[/spoiler]. Alguien así no es humano, y no lo digo en el sentido sólo de que los Hyakki (los elfos gélidos) lo distingan de los humanos porque su "voz interior" no les diga que lo maten, estoy hablando de un tema psicológico. Una persona mentalmente sana ni siquiera se plantea matar a otra, nuestro cerebro no funciona así y no está hecho para ello a no ser que sea en defensa propia, y aún así nunca reaccionamos con el propósito de matar, sólo de defendernos. Por eso la guerra es algo horrible que nunca debió existir siquiera.

Esta es mi "pequeña" review sobre esta serie, espero que les guste.
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Bigpoketz
Bigpoketz
Feb 22, 2019
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Alejandro 777
Alejandro 777
Feb 22, 2019
aqui un poco de las imagenes que saque de twitter !!! los dos dibujos don de mashima y los otros de por ahi
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