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Shadow of Death Nov 19, 07
Well, so long as it doesn't steal much of the focus from the PS3 game developments, it is good, since I have a 360 as well ^_~
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iamjoe56 Nov 19, 07
I just hope they keep the cutsie Anime inspired crap trips to a minimum [yes I mean Japanese RPGS!]
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Hinata2007 Nov 20, 07
Grrr.... Those "cutsie anime inspired crap trips" are what people like me live for ...
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iamjoe56 Nov 20, 07
I understand that, but for gods sake, we have enough Japanese developers pumping the things out already! We don't need more!
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LanDi Sama Nov 21, 07
Not really, you could probably count the number of Japanese RPG games currently out on the 360 on one hand.
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Hinata2007 Nov 21, 07
Hehe, I guess there are to many of em here for the PS2.>_>. But for the XBOX/360 I could count them on one hand. Um lol, there was that one by the guy from DBZ, um.... I can't think of any others>_>.
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iamjoe56 Nov 21, 07
I am not talking about the 360, I am talking about in general. Those games get pumped out so fast, and so frequently, that it is gonna give the Game industry a RPG related heart attack.
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LanDi Sama Nov 22, 07
Hinata2007 - You mean Blue Dragon The only other one that I am aware of is Eternal Sonata/Trusty Bell. That's it!

iamjoe56 - I see. But as the article is about the 360, would it not make sense to also be commenting on that? Other formats may have plenty of Japanese RPGs, but the 360 is certainly lacking in them.
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Guest Dec 4, 07
JRPGs are on 360 right now.


Enchanted Arms, Eternal Sonata, Blue Dragon, Spectral Force 3(in Japan) and Operation Darkness plus Absolute Blazing Infinity.

There's also Apocalypse Next Desire, though it seems doubtful its coming to the states.....its already out though

Thats like four or five JRPGs already out, before the 360 even receives Lost Odyssey or other games in the states.
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