Yes, we still hate the title, but we love everything else about the game. Set a decade into the apocalypse, in this survival adventure you smash zombie skulls as you park through enemy strongholds and skyscrapers.
You can't find the typical Pokémon journey in Pokémon Legends: Arceus. Developer Game Freak Is Using This Time-Travel Adventure To Play With The Pocket Monster Formula By Emphasizing Catching, Research
CD Projekt RED's open-world adventure is far from fresh, but it was such an ambitious and surprising game that it remains the gold standard for RPGs.
When Persona 5 launched in 2017, it took the series to the next level, enhancing stellar turn-based combat, refining popular social elements, and enhancing the stylish appeal of the series.
The Mass Effect trilogy helped pioneer the impact of choice in games and proved that a personal connection can prepare players for a holistic experience.
Another unconventional, story-driven RPG makes the list, but for very different reasons. Disco Elysium is not only combat-free, but it also offers a complex world and intriguing narrative.
As one of the most influential RPGs of all time, it seems everyone has fond memories of Claude and his little mercenary team as they fight against Shinra.
If strategy/RPGs are more your thing, you can't go wrong with Fire Emblem: Three Houses. Intelligent Systems put more social elements in this entry, and it paid off
The most recent game on this list, Tales of Arise, had a tall order to fill: relaunching the long-running Tales series and appealing to a wider audience.
The Yakuza series is a great mix of heartfelt and absurd moments, and Like a Dragon doesn't disappoint there. However, where it really impresses and sets itself apart is that of a hero with his beloved goofy