Top 5 JRPGs of 2013

#1 – Tales of Xillia (PS3) | 2013

Ever since Tales of Xillia was released in Japan, Tales fans worldwide have been so eager to play the latest Tales title. Shifting from a light-hearted storyline found in Tales of Graces F, the upcoming Tales of Xillia will have a much more mature storyline, equipped with an improved battle system, and characters to fall in love with. There’s currently no word as to when exactly the game is coming but it’s definitely sometime in 2013.

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5 Comments

  1. Joe
    February 1, 2013, 9:09 PM

    Got the wrong image for FE:A there.

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  2. Kamille Bidan
    February 1, 2013, 9:58 PM

    I’ gonna be honest. Tales of Xillia looks like it’s gonna suck

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  3. tanto
    February 1, 2013, 10:12 PM

    “If there’s one genre that I miss this generation, it is the JRPGs that graced both the PS2 and PSOne over a decade ago. Popular RPG franchises like Wild Arms, Suikoden, Shadow Hearts, and Grandia are among the titles that went MIA ever since the PS3 was released. While the RPG genre isn’t necessarily dead as there are Western RPG titles that are still popular like the Elder Scrolls game, the one thing that appears to be dead are the RPGs from Japan as we continue to see them less every year.”

    this is total shit. Sure some jrpg series didnt continue, wild arms, and suikoden did. But others rose up.

    We see more jrpgs than wrpgs every year, they sell more too

    This writer is fishing for hits

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  4. tanto
    February 1, 2013, 10:14 PM

    there were more jrpgs this gen than last gen, 2013 is all jrpgs

    so I dont know where this writer gets off with that opening garbage

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  5. Roger
    June 24, 2013, 5:02 PM

    when is going to be released tales of xillia in psn ?

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