Sony Playstation 3 - Released - May 11, 2010
From the makers of the award winning Demon’s Souls comes the ultimate retro gaming experience: 3D Dot Game Heroes. An homage to the all time classic action/adventure and RPGs, 3DDGH delivers incredibly satisfying old school gameplay, beautiful visuals, and endless inside jokes, winks, and nudges for people who grew up in the golden age of gaming! Control a hero on a quest to rid the Dotnia Kingdom of a dark plague caused by the forces of evil in order to restore peace to the land. Legend tells of an evil king known as the Dark King Onyx who brought tragedy and darkness to the kingdom by stealing six magical orbs. However a hero rose up against the Dark King and with his legendary sword and the power of the orbs, he sealed the Dark King Onyx away within another orb. Though the forces of evil rose again as the Dark Bishop Fuelle stole the orb and threw the Kingdom of Dotnia into a state of chaos once more.
Android - November 1, 2014
Mix up devastating attacks to create your own combos! Launch your enemies into the air before slamming them back into the ground? OK! Or lock them into submission with powerful debuffs? It's all up to you! Over 400 Units drawn by incredible illustrators. "This is the Kingdom our fathers built, a land of blood and tears. This is the Land that we call home, at the end of this cursed Age. This is the Age that we live in, where STORM consumes crop and kin. This is the Tale that we will scribe, in the Age of Ishtaria. In the Age of Ishtaria." - The Prophetess
Nintendo 3DS - Released - February 7, 2014
Square Enix's highly-acclaimed fantasy RPG brings deep, strategic combat to the Nintendo 3DS system in an ambitious game that bolsters its turn-based combat with a compelling new risk/reward system RPG fans will obsess over. Explore Luxendarc as Tiz and other memorable characters on a visually stunning quest to restore balance to the world. Hand-drawn 3D backgrounds and a rousing score bring Luxendarc to life. Enter a brave new world of turn-based combat! Time your turns tactically and turn the tides in your favor with the new Brave and Default system. Flex your strategic muscle by combining more than twenty jobs with hundreds of different abilities. Summon friend’s characters to fight by your side, or borrow their abilities. Recruit citizens with the StreetPass feature to rebuild Tiz's destroyed village. Be part of the community in this fresh take on the single player RPG!
Nintendo 3DS - Released - December 5, 2013
This is an updated version of Bravely Default with a Japan-only release.
Nintendo 3DS - Released - April 15, 2016
Steel yourself for the next evolution of the series that reinvented turn-based RPGs - the successor to Square Enix's Bravely Default game. In this standalone adventure, Agnés Oblige has been imprisoned, and as a knight in her service, it's up to the hero, Yew, to save her! Form the ultimate team and strategy, then risk it all in this fast, fresh RPG. The innovative Brave and Default battle system is back and deeper than ever. Balance risk and reward in turn-based battles: characters can make multiple moves in one turn, but then they may be unable to move for a while. Win a battle in a single turn and you can instantly start a more difficult encounter to earn better rewards. Level up characters and jobs quickly, but be careful - defeat means losing anything earned along the way. Select from 30 jobs and over 300 skills and abilities to customize each party member in the most strategic manner. The more you learn, the more tactics you'll wield. Now go forth! Defy the mysterious kaiser and face down his army before it’s too late.
Sony PSP - Released - May 12, 2011
DokiSui: DokiDoki Suikoden is a Role-Playing game, developed by Silicon Studio and published by Irem, which was released in Japan in 2011.
Sony PSP - Released - June 11, 2009
Published in 2009 by From Software, having been developed by Silicon Studio, Onore no Shinzuru Michi wo Yuke is in fact a massively updated PSP version of a Flash game called Cursor*10, developed in 2008 by Yoshio Ishii. For convenience we'll refer to the update as Shadow Ninja, which isn't really a translation of the Japanese title, but would probably make a decent localized name, if any North American or European publisher had decided to publish this outside of Japan (they haven't). The title actually translates to something like "Go the hell the way you believe in!", or something like that - it's a rather impolite and direct command. With Shadow Ninja being steeped in Japanese culture, containing heavy emphasis on Ukiyo-e artwork and similarly appropriate music, its release in the West never happened. Even so it is an ingenious concept backed by some beautiful aesthetics and, despite some fairly major flaws later on, is still worth looking at alongside its Flash originator. The concept of Onore (and its Flash precursor) is simple: you are given 10 ninjas (lives) and need to traverse 16 floors, each connected by stairs and filled with various objects to increase points, traps to steal lives, plus switches, keys and other hotspots used to activate the next set of stairs. Think of each floor as an individual puzzle, which sometimes interacts with another floor through use of switches or a key which needs shlepping to a lock three floors up. Each ninja though only has roughly 60 seconds to do his thing, before that "session" ends and you take control of a fresh ninja. As the sessions increase up until the final 10th, all the previously used ninjas will continuously replay their lives - and here lies the puzzle element, since some ninjas' sole purpose will be to stand on a switch thereby allowing those that follow to access whatever's now unlocked. Others will need to disable traps by impaling themselves on spikes, kamikaze style. In this way it joins the small genre of temporal-themed puzzle games, alongside Echoshift and TimeSlip.
Sony Playstation 3 - Released - November 27, 2015
Follow the adventures of your favorite characters through all the chapters of the manga, from the Twelve Zodiac Temples to Hades dark kingdom. And for the first time ever, travel to the frozen land of Asgard to defeat Polaris Hilda and her mighty army of God Warriors.
Nintendo DS - Released - February 11, 2010
Tennis no Oji-Sama: Motto Gakuensai no Ouji-Sama - More Sweet Edition is an Adventure game, developed by Silicon Studio and published by Konami, which was released in Japan in 2010.