Western RPGs are games like Mass Effect and Oblivion, whereas Eastern RPGs are games like Final Fantasy and... uh... Final Fantasy clones. So which do you prefer, and why?
I'm honestly not sure if there are any Western RPGs on the PS2, much less any good ones.patkick said:Any recommendations for the PS2?
I don't think I should be allowed to vote. I've only played eastern RPG games such as Final Fantasy, Grandia 2, Pokemon, Dragon Quest, Golden Sun etc. A good storyline is what makes me play those games. If a Western RPG has a good storyline then I'll give it a try. Any recommendations for the PS2? I got a low-end computer by todays standards.
Hmmm, well I won't say that you're wrong; they are more puzzle-oriented dungeon adventure type games. Though, you are playing the role of the hero, so technically a RPG? Well, it's like a 2d version of Fable in a way; you go off doing quests and sidequests for the sake of getting better weaponry and such, and Fable is considered an RPG.Okay, I have to ask - why the hell is the Zelda series labelled an RPG?
To the best of my knowledge, the only one that could be called an RPG is Zelda 2 on the NES. The others seem more like action/adventure games.
Oooh, thanks for reminding me that I'm still yet to play that. >_<Disgaea Series - Strategy RPGs
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