Top best Made in Japan Role-playing games in the virtual world (Part 2)

Ni No Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch Remastered


If looking for one JRPG With image quality similar to Studio Ghibli films, players can choose the game made by this studio. Ni No Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch Remastered revolves around Oliver’s journey to rescue his mother and fight dark forces in an alternate world.

Ni No Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch Remastered has a combination of many different fighting mechanisms such as: active time combat system from some Final Fantasy games, real-time movement from other games. RPG modern and summons companions while fighting similar to some Pokémon games. Although players may occasionally encounter some rather difficult challenges, perseverance is the key to success. The plot has a flexible rhythm and is led in an engaging way. Ni No Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch will satisfy the most demanding players. A small note for those who intend to experience this game should prepare a tissue.

Yakuza: Like a Dragon


The fighting style of Yakuza: Like a Dragon changes from previous Yakuza games. Instead of learning melee combos to fight other thugs and Yakuza gangs in real time, Like a Dragon opts for a classic turn-based combat system. In addition, Like a Dragon allows players to defeat gangsters on motorbikes and summon giant lobsters with just a phone call. What a strange game!

Besides turn-based combat, side quests are another factor that helps Yakuza: Like a Dragon attract players. The spirit of the Yakuza franchise is expressed in side missions, with minigames ranging from running your own business to Mario Kart-style racing. Yakuza: Like a Dragon is also one of the most beautiful Yakuza games with elaborate graphics down to every detail.

Octopath Traveler


Octopath Traveler’s impressive graphic style is the main attraction of this JRPG – with a combination of 2D sprites set against beautiful isometric backgrounds. In Octopath Traveler, whether walking around a snowy town or fighting monsters in the desert plains, players can admire a series of beautiful landscapes, like paintings from a concept art book. The plot of the 8 characters is divided into small chapters to help players not be overwhelmed and can explore at a suitable pace.

Sometimes, players may feel that Octopath Traveler’s gameplay is outdated and focuses on quite a few characters. However, each character possesses unique actions such as pickpocketing passersby or chatting with townspeople to gather information. In addition, the characters also have special talents in the turn-based combat system. Although it has many similarities with the battle system of the Final Fantasy series, Octopath Traveler has an additional feature that helps the player gradually break down the opponent’s defense, then increase the damage of the attack by limiting the attack. Take some turns. This is a JRPG worth trying!​

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