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RPG 01 March 1998
An incredibly popular action RPG developed by Blizzard Entertainment. The story of Diablo is set in a fantasy world called Sanctuary, a realm facing a great danger. The Lord of Terror, imprisoned in a magical soul stone, tries to break free. The demon managed to dominate the minds of bishop Lazarus and king Leoric as well as raise an army of creatures that threatens the citizens of Tristram. The brave prince Aidan steps up to fight the forces of evil.
Harvest Moon: Back to Nature
RPG 22 November 2000
The next installment of the popular series of unusual jRPG games, in which the player plays the role of a young farmer. Its aim is to transform a decayed farm into a prosperous farm. In order to do this, it is necessary not only to take care of the planted plants and animals, but also to take care of good relations with the inhabitants of the surrounding town.
RPG 14 February 1996
Characterized by a high level of difficulty RPG studio FromSoftware. The action of the game is shown from the perspective of the first person and presents the story of a warrior looking for a magical sword to save the kingdom from the plague of monsters. The game consists mainly in exploration, fighting and gaining better equipment.
RPG 10 February 2000
Recognized as one of the most outstanding RPGs released on PlayStation, Vagrant Story abandons the assumptions typical of the Japanese genre. In terms of assumptions and presentation of the action, the title resembles a third-person action game.
Tales of Destiny
RPG 23 December 1997
The Japanese RPGs, which are distinguished by their skillful combat system, tell the story of the inhabitants of the fantastic land. The title is the second in the Tales of series and at the same time the first to be released on PlayStation 1.
RPG 18 November 1999
The next installment of the Japanese Chrono JRPG series, in which the creators used the motif of a journey between dimensions to tell an original story. The production is distinguished by a deep combat system, a huge number of characters to be connected and an excellent audiovisual setting.
RPG 28 January 2001
Prepared by Delphine Software RPG action studio in fantasy realities, in which players travel the world, eliminating hordes of enemies along the way and developing their character. The ultimate goal is to defeat the demon who wants to take control of the whole land.
Tales of Eternia
RPG 10 September 2001
Tales of Eternia is a typical jRPG from the best-selling series, which dates back to 1995. The player controls a team of up to seven heroes and the fight takes place in real time.
RPG 11 February 1998
A Japanese RPG with a complex, difficult and controversial plot, where players can control giant mosses.
Front Mission 3
RPG 02 September 1999
Tactical Japanese RPG, in which players lead a team of two-legged robotic pilots, vanzers. Production is considered to be one of the best in the history of the species.
The Legend of Dragoon
RPG 13 June 2000
Developed by Sony Computer Entertainment Japan Studio, a role-playing game strongly inspired by the Final Fantasy series. The story focuses on a young man who embarks on a dangerous journey to rescue his kidnapped childhood friend. In the course of the adventure he discovers unusual powers, thanks to which he will be able to change the outcome of the ongoing war in the land. Production mechanisms do not differ significantly from other representatives of the genre.
Final Fantasy VII
RPG 31 January 1997
The seventh installment of the extremely popular series of Japanese RPG games created by Square Enix. The production became famous as one of the most cult parts of the cycle, offering a heart-gripping story and many solutions adopted later permanently into the genre. The title tells the story of Cloud Strife and a group of his friends fighting against the powerful Shinra corporation.
RPG 30 November 1999
A Japanese role-playing game in the horror convention. The title is embedded in the universe with the time developed through the Shadow Hearts cycle. The action of the game takes place in 1898 and focuses on a young woman exploring the secrets of a gloomy monastery. In terms of mechanics, production combines the exploration of a prerendered environment with real-time, three-dimensional battlefields.
RPG 25 October 1996
Tube Japanese RPG prepared by Konami. One of the first representatives of the genre released on PlayStation 1. The production is based on proven mechanics and tries to stand out with a touching story.
RPG 13 November 1997
Hybrid jRPG and roguelike production, enriched with elements taken from dating simulators. As we play, we take control of Kohem, a warrior who travels the floors of the Monster Tower, in search of answers about the mysterious disappearance of his father. During his voyages, heros gains not only more and more powerful equipment, but also eggs from which monsters hatch - these can accompany him in his struggle and help in clashes with more and more powerful adversaries.
Final Fantasy IX
RPG 07 July 2000
The 9th main entry in a classic jRPG series, originally released in 2000 on PlayStation console, and ported to PC ten year later. After a few games featuring slightly cyberpunkish settings, Final Fantasy IX returns to the roots of the series, where we are once again met by knights, princesses, and dragons. Players take the role of a young thief, who, together with a company of other heroes, faces the evil queen Brahna, who is responsible for the outbreak of a great war.
RPG 02 November 1999
Refreshed version of the classic jRPG game, originally released on the SNES console. The conversion was prepared by Square Enix's development team. Players direct the actions of a boy named Crono, who travels through fantastic lands in search of his lost beloved.
King's Field II
RPG 20 November 1996
The next installment of a series of role-playing games set in a medieval fantasy land. The action of the game takes place fifteen years after the events of its predecessor and once again tells the player to set out in search of a powerful, magical sword. The game consists mainly in exploring, fighting and acquiring new elements of equipment.
Breath of Fire IV
RPG 27 April 2000
The fourth installment of the series of Japanese RPGs, which are characterized by people endowed with extraordinary power and able to turn into dragons. The game is distinguished by its graphic design, which combines two-dimensional, hand-drawn sprites of characters with detailed three-dimensional backgrounds, as well as a unique turn-based combat system with several elements.
Final Fantasy Tactics
RPG 28 January 1998
Developed by Squaresoft, a tactical jRPG set in the realities of a fictional medieval world. The game presents the story of a group of heroes involved in a war intrigue.
RPG 24 June 1999
Conversion of a Japanese RPG game previously released on Sega Saturn. The production is distinguished by an original system of character development and introducing a bit of freshness to the traditional turn-based model of the clash mechanics.
SaGa Frontier 2
RPG 31 January 2000
Eighth installment of the popular series of Japanese role-playing games SaGa. The production tells two different stories taking place in the fantasy world of Sandail. One of them focuses on the prince banished for his lack of magical abilities, the other draws the fate of several generations of the family of explorers of the mysterious artifact.
Final Fantasy VIII
RPG 11 February 1999
Eighth installment of the popular series of Japanese RPG games. This time the protagonist is Squall Leonhart - a cadet of the military academy, involved in warfare with the neighbouring state of Galbadia. The fight is played in a turn-based system, and the game focuses primarily on an extensive feature layer.
RPG 20 December 1996
The first installment of the series of Japanese RPGs, which are distinguished by their unusual style, referring to the Wild West and medieval times.