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« Reply #45 on: July 29, 2015, 05:43:39 AM »

1. Long Live the Queen
2. A Bird Story
3. Choice of the Deathless
4. Child of Light
5. The Sacred Tears TRUE
6. Reccetear
7. Fairune
8. Black Sigil
9. Summon Night: Twin Age
10. Time Hollow
11. Paper Mario
12. Touch Detective
13. Etrian Odyssey IV: Legend of the Titan
14. Atelier Shallie
15. Evoland
16. Adventure Bar Story
17. Mind Zero
18. Z.H.P.: Unlosing Ranger vs. Darkdeath Evilman
19. Persona Q
20. Bravely Default
21. You Must Build a Boat
22. Operation Abyss: New Tokyo Legacy
23. Choice of Robots
24. Journal
25. Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons
26. Skyborn
27. Tappingo 2
28. Ys: The Oath in Felghana
29. Analogue: A Hate Story
30. Oreshika

31. Greyfox
A short RPGmaker game in which you decide if assholish/useless old folks should live or die after having walked a mile in their shoes. While it did use common assets in weird ways (some character portraits and sprites don't match the modern setting), it gets points for creatively using said assets in that dilerium fuled hospital scene. Also, I paid like 14 cents for this, so whatever.

32. Last Dream
It's like old-school had sex with Elder Scrolls, dressed the bastard child up in a RPG Maker brand outfit and left it with Lufia to raise it as its own. While the story is a very basic 'get boat - get crystals - get airship - punch final boss in face' sorta deal, the insane amount of sidequests more than makes up for it. You want puzzles? There are over 50 optional ones. Chocobo raising? An arena? Casino? Help out some random fantasy world creatures just because you can and those 5000 gold would fit nicely in your every expanding wallet? That's just the tip of the sidequest iceberg! Also, there are eight different classes, but you can only pick a maximum of four for every playthrough, which adds a decent amount of replayability. Speaking of replayability, the storyline does have several paths that lead to the main goals. Or you can just, you know, ignore the plot and fish up some more small fry so you can finally synth a better rod and... and... My only real complaint is that the world map is too big, making it hard to navigate at times. So much water... So much water with underwater caves you can explore and also a mermaid city and a difficult optional dungeon and... and...
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