Ultimate RPG's

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  1. Ace Overclocked

    Ace Overclocked My CPU's hot but my core runs cold.

    Jul 30, 2010
    Been quite away from the gaming scene for a while and i feel like giving it another shot
    What do you think are the best RPG's/Adventure games for each one of these systems, i know we enthusiasts like sharing the love!
    NES, SNES, N64, GC, WII, PSX, PS2, PS3, GBC, GBA, NDS, 3DS, PSP, PC and a decent android phone
    And try not to make this turn into a flame war... Wait who am I kidding?
  2. jesterscourt

    jesterscourt Not Brad.

    Jan 3, 2007
    United States
    I think this list is a good start.

    Me personally?
    The World Ends With You (DS/iOS)
    Kingdom Hearts series (GBA/3DS/PSP/PS2/PS3)
    Xenoblade Chronicles (Wii/N3DS)
    Fable series (Xbox, Xbox360, PC)
    Quest for Glory series (PC) It's a point and click adventure series with RPG elements
    Diablo series (PC, PS3)
    Chrono Trigger (SNES, DS)
    Persona series (PS1, PS2, PS3, 3DS)

    There's a ton more, but those are the ones coming off the top of my head. The SNES, DS, PSP, and Vita have a ton of RPGs, whether you want ARPG/Western RPGS or JRPGs.
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  3. Logan97

    Logan97 G.B.A.T.e.m.p T.e.m.p.l.a.r K.n.i.g.h.t

    Dec 24, 2013
    United States
    Where all things matter
    Well here's my list for today...

    Persona Series (PS1, PS2, PS3, 3DS)
    Star Wars Knight of the Old Republic 2 (PC, Xbox)
    Fable the Lost Chapter's (PC, Xbox)
    Vampire the Masquerade Bloodline's (PC)
    Xenoblade Chronicles (Wii, 3DS)
    Diablo Reaper of souls (Xbox 360, Xbox One, PS3, PS4, PC)
    Fallout 3 (Xbox 360, PC, PS3)
    Spectrobes series (NDS,Wii)

    There's so many classic RPGs to name that I love, I would go far back but these currently are the only ones that's stuck to my mind right now.
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  4. Cyan

    Cyan GBATemp's lurking knight

    Global Moderator
    Oct 27, 2002
    Engine room, learning
    I can only answer based on the games I played, I can't tell which is the best of the console but only which is MY best. and only based on my limited played games.

    I'm only picking favs from jrpg (not adventure/action/zeldaesque/metroidvaniesque games)

    NES Shadow Gate (if it can be considered RPG. if not, Mother/EB Zero)
    SNES Final Fantasy 6
    N64 ---NA---- (I played only "Holy Magic Century" RPG but I can't really think about it as the "best" lol. Goemon might be the best one if considered RPG.)
    GC ---NA---- (still have a lot of games to play on GC. RPG I want : sky of Arcadia and Tales of)
    WII Xenoblade
    PSX Xenogears
    PS2 ---NA---- (never completed any or played long enough to have an opinion... so sad). If Action/adventure games counts, Okami.
    PS3 Star Ocean 4 (the only RPG I played. Still have to play ni no kuni and continue Sonata)
    GB/GBC Seiken Densetsu (Mystic quest)
    GBA Golden Sun
    NDS Glory of Heracles
    3DS Bravely Default (only RPG I have)
    PSP Brave story
    PC ---Don't remember playing any RPG, yoda story counts? lol--- edit : oh, fallout, but I never played more than 2-3H

    but again, it's not really representative, because you don't know which other games I played to understand why I selected these ones.
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  5. Hungry Friend

    Hungry Friend It was my destiny to be here; in the box.

    Apr 16, 2015
    United States
    Chrono Trigger
    FF4, 6, 7 and 9(especially 6, 5 is good but not my thing)
    Persona 3-4(only ones I've played)
    Suikoden 1-2(2 is a masterpiece with translation issues)
    Dragon Quest V
    Radiant Historia
    Illusion of Gaia
    Secret of Mana
    Seiken Densetsu 3
    Super Mario RPG

    EDIT: new additions(including some action RPGs) I'm only listing games I've played.
    Last edited by Hungry Friend, Sep 7, 2015
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