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General News - Top 20 JRPGs on Steam

Discussion in 'Game/SP News & Comments' started by RPGWatch, Apr 15, 2019.

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    [​IMG]Twinfinite shares their list of the top 20 JRPGs on Steam.


    Tales of Vesperia: Definitive Edition

    There are a handful of Tales games available on Steam, but if you haven't played the series before, Tales of Vesperia is the best place to start. Vesperia tells the story of Yuri Lowell, an ex-knight who, in a twist of fate, ends up helping a princess escape the castle he's imprisoned in.

    Like most Tales games, Vesperia features a phenomenal cast of characters who all build up interesting relationships with one another. Much like Dragon Quest XI, each party member in Vesperia has their own story arc and moment to shine. Vesperia's fast-paced action combat is also a nice break from turn-based RPGs, and you can directly control any of the game's nine party members, allowing for a ton of variation. The good news is that if you like Vesperia you can jump right into Tales of Symphonia, Zestiria, and Berseria, all of which are on Steam.Thanks Farflame!
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