I also found it to have one of the few video game plots that actually ask big questions and hold their own against storytelling in other media. A lot of these games deserve multiple play throughs. A few of these games I haven't even played yet I am also am awaiting for Chrono Trigger and Rune Factory 3 to come in the mail. There's also Tactics A2: Grimoire of the Rift, but your mileage may vary on that one. However, I've heard great things about Devil Survivor, so I'll probably be buying Overclocked whenever that comes out. Beyond that I also found final fantasy 4 heroes of light to be addicting. Although the Phantasy Star series boasts an extensive and rich history, it.
They tread an all too familiar path in a series in need of some evolutions of its own. Etrian Odyssey always seemed neat. Also, Chrono Trigger is not on your list. But I'd be willing to give it another try if anyone thinks it would be worth it. Avalon Code, while rarer, feels different. It pays homage to fans of Ruby and Sapphire especially, but it's also a game where you can enjoy as it adds enough to make it a whole new experience. What Dark Spire will give you is many hours of frustration and satisfaction.
If they had a budget, Nude Maker could make one of the best games ever seen. I also second the Pokemon Mystery Dungeon games mentioned. As such, there are tons of great games for the platform. Don't forget how insanely cheap it tends to go for new now. I just finished up The World Ends With You.
Its design is a marriage of old and new style, thanks to its gameplay battle system, music and art direction. Etrian Odyssey always seemed neat. The game doesn't hold your hand, and to complete the entire game there is no post game content without the aid of any walkthroughs is a major accomplishment. Six if you include Persona Q. It has a semi-open world, large scale puzzles to solve, bad guys to take down, and upgrades to find.
Classic, 8-bit, Wizardry-style first person dungeon crawling. Those just the ones I have played and what I see suggested most. All of these games are excellent. I bought a copy about a year ago, but I really wasn't interested enough to keep playing much past the first hour, so I sold it. Have you ever wondered what's up Bowser's arse? The games for a varying amount of money.
Old school graphics and sound although you can upgrade from 8 bit sound and wire frame graphics , and a great sense of foreboding. Dark Dawn is great for nostalgia. Played SoulSilver but got tired of everything about it except the pokewalker. Very fun battle system too. The winner of over 50 E3 awards and nominations brings a brand new cross over role-playing game with tactical play style only exclusive on the Nintendo Switch. Players can recruit new units and select over 50 jobs and classes that can be expanded upon as they level up; up to 100 characters can be displayed on the screen while in battle.
It only ramped up to somewhat hard at the final boss, that's it. The player is a hunter and their goal is to hunt dangerous monsters. Yes, it is easy to recommend Golden Sun Dark Dawn. Atlus also released Etrian Odyssey 1 and 2 Untold. Don't worry about story being missed, the two Pokemon games are self contained. Still, the best experience I have had in video games in a long time was playing through Dragon Quest 9 with my wife; this game pioneered what would become a core feature of the next generation of handhelds; and that is Street Pass.
Players control one main character out of a party of three in an open world environment in Xenoblade Chronicles 2. The gameplay is nice and an evolution that gives it a slightly different flavour. Also, the overall difficulty is quite low. There's no denying the quality of the role playing on offer. I really enjoyed it for a long time.
I bought a copy about a year ago, but I really wasn't interested enough to keep playing much past the first hour, so I sold it. The dialogue, I agree was bad and it went on for quite some time, but that is sorta the same with Dark Dawn. The journey in the first two games were just more enjoyable. Luminous Arc been meaning to check out. It also features the ability to join players online. All of these games follow similar mechanics.