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    Talking RPG list for the PSP (rpgpsp)

    Hey all.

    There has been two reasons to get a PSP:
    1. Portable Emulation via Custom Firmware and Pandora Batter
    2. RPGs

    Since I fall in the latter and there are lists already out for PS2, PS3, and DS, I've decided to do one for the PSP as its basically PS1.5 and that many of the games are reminiscent of the great classics I enjoyed on the original Playstation.

    If you find the lists below useful, check out these lists as well.
    RPG List for the PS3
    RPG List for the Xbox 360
    RPG List for the Nintendo DS

    Threads with pics of completed RPG collections.
    Daria (Genesis RPGs)
    Daria (PS1 RPGs)
    lendelin (PS2 RPGs)

    UPDATE (4/9/13): Happy 100th RPG!

    Master List (100)
    Adventures To Go (Dev. Global A, Pub. Natsume, 10/27/2009)
    Aedis Eclipse: Generation of Chaos (Dev. Idea Factory, Pub. NIS America, 4/24/07)
    Astonishia Story (Dev. Sonnori, Pub. Ubisoft, 6/6/06)
    Blade Dancer: Lineage of Light (Dev. Hit Maker, Pub. NIS America, 7/18/06)
    Blazing Souls: Accelate (Dev. Idea Factory, Pub. Aksys, 10/12/10)
    Brave Story: New Traveler (Dev. Game Republic, Dev. XSeed Games, 7/31/07)
    Breath of Fire III (Dev. Capcom, Pub. Capcom, 2/10/06) *Europe release
    Carnage Heart EXA (Dev. Artdink, Pub. Natsume, 3/19/13) *Digital Download only
    Cladun: This is an RPG! (Dev. Nippon Ichi, Pub. NIS America, 9/21/10) *Digital Download only
    Cladun x2 (Dev. Nippon Ichi, Pub. NIS America, 8/30/2011) *Digital Download only
    Class of Heroes (Dev. Zerodiv, Pub. Atlus, 6/9/09)
    Crimson Gem Saga (Dev. Matrix, Pub. Atlus, 5/26/09)
    Crisis Core: Final Fantasy VII (Dev. Square Enix, Pub. Square Enix, 3/24/08)
    Disgaea: Afternoon of Darkness (Dev. NIS, Pub. NiS America, 10/30/07)
    Disgaea 2: Dark Hero Days (Dev. NIS, Pub. NIS America, 9/8/2009)
    Dissdia: Final Fantasy (Dev. Square Enix, Pub. Square Enix, 8/25/09)
    Dissidia Duodecim: Final Fantasy (Dev. Square Enix, Pub. Square Enix, 3/22/11)
    Dragoneer's Aria (Dev. Hit Maker, Pub. NIS America, 8/21/07)
    Dungeons & Dragons Tactics (Dev. Kuju Entertainment, Pub. Atari, 8/14/07)
    Dungeon Explorer: Warriors of Ancient Arts (Dev. Hudson Soft, Pub. Hudson, 2/15/08)
    Dungeon Maker: Hunting Ground(Dev. Global A, Pub. XSeed Games, 6/19/07)
    Dungeon Maker II: The Hidden War (Dev. Global A, Pub. UFO Interactive, 12/9/08)
    Dungeon Siege: Throne of Agony (Dev. SuperVillian Studios, Pub. Take-Two, 10/30/06)
    Elminage Original (Dev. Starfish SD, Pub. UFO Interactive, 11/20/12) *Digital Download only
    Fate/Extra (Dev. Type-Moon/ImageEpoch, Pub. Aksys, 11/1/11)
    Final Fantasy (Dev. Square Enix, Pub. Square Enix, 6/26/07)
    Final Fantasy II (Dev. Square Enix, Pub. Square Enix, 7/24/07)
    Final Fantasy III(Dev. Square Enix, Pub. Square Enix, 9/25/12) *Digital Download only
    Final Fantasy IV Complete Collection (Dev. Square Enix, Pub. Square Enix, 4/19/11)
    Final Fantasy Tactics (Dev. Square Enix, Pub. Square Enix, 10/09/07)
    Generation of Chaos (Dev. Idea Factory, Pub. NIS America, 2/28/06)
    Generation of Chaos: Pandora's Reflection (Dev. Super Sting, Pub. NIS America, 2/19/13) *Digital Download only
    God Eater Burst (Dev. Bandai Namco, Pub. D3, 3/15/11)
    Growlanser: Wayfarer of Time (Dev. Atlus, Pub. Atlus, 7/24/12)
    Gungnir (Dev. Sting, Pub. Atlus, 6/12/12)
    Half-Minute Hero (Dev. Marvelous, Pub. XSEED, 10/13/2009)
    Harvest Moon: A Boy and A Girl (Dev. Marvelous, Pub. Natsume, 7/31/07)
    Harvest Moon: Hero of Leaf Valley (Dev. Marvelous, Pub. Natsume, 4/20/10)
    Hexyz Force (Dev. Sting, Pub. Atlus, 5/25/10)
    Innocent Life: A Futuristic Harvest Moon (Dev. ArtePiazza, Pub. Natsume, 5/15/07)
    Jeanne D'Arc (Dev. Level 5, Pub. SCEA, 8/21/07)
    Jikandia: The Timeless Land (Dev. Opus Studio, Pub. Aksys Games, 3/15/11)
    Justice League Heroes (Dev. Snowblind Studios, Pub. Warner Bros., 11/22/06)
    Kingdom Hearts: Birth by Sleep (Dev. Square Enix, Pub. Square Enix, 9/7/10)
    Kingdom of Paradise (Dev. Climax Entertainment, Pub. SCEI, 11/15/05)
    Knights in the Nightmare (Dev. Sting, Pub. Atlus, 11/5/10)
    Legend of Heroes: A Tear of Vermillion (Dev. Falcom, Pub. Bandai, 11/15/05)
    Legend of Heroes II: Prophecy of the Moonlight Witch (Dev. Falcom, Pub. Namco Bandai, 6/20/06)
    Legend of Heroes III: Song of the Ocean (Dev. Falcom, Pub. Namco Bandai, 1/23/07)
    Legend of Heroes: Trials of the Sky First Chapter (Dev. Falcom, Pub. XSeed, 3/31/11)
    Lord of Arcana (Dev. Square Enix, Pub. Square Enix, 1/25/11)
    Lord of the Rings Tactics (Dev. Amaze, Pub. EA, 11/8/05)
    Lunar: Silver Star Harmony (Dev. Game Arts, Pub. XSEED, 3/2/10)
    Mana Khemia: Student Alliance (Dev. Gust, Pub. NiS America, 3/10/09)
    Marvel: Ultimate Alliance (Dev. Vicarious Visions, Pub. Activision, 10/24/06)
    Marvel Ultimate Alliance 2 (Dev. Vicarious Visions, Pub. Activision, 9/15/09)
    Mimana Iyar Chronicle (Dev. GungHo, Pub. Aksys Games, 3/30/10)
    Monster Hunter Freedom (Dev. Capcom, Pub. Capcom, 5/23/06)
    Monster Hunder Freedom 2 (Dev. Capcom, Pub. Capcom, 8/28/07)
    Monster Hunter Freedom Unite (Dev. Capcom, Pub. Capcom, 6/26/09)
    Monster Kingdom: Jewel Summoner (Dev. Gaia, Pub. Atlus, 2/19/07)
    Mytran Wars (Dev. Stormregion, Pub. Deep Silver, 10/20/09)
    Neverland Card Battles (Dev. Idea Factor, Pub. Yuke's Company of America, 10/27/08)
    Parasite Eve: The 3rd Birthday (Dev. Square Enix, Pub. Square Enix, 3/29/11)
    Persona (Dev. Atlus, Pub. Atlus, 9/22/09)
    Persona 2: Innocent Sin (Dev. Atlus, Pub. Atlus, 9/20/11)
    Persona 3 Portable (Dev. Atlus, Pub. Atlus, 7/6/10)
    Phantasy Star Portable (Dev. Alfa System. Pub. Sega, 3/3/09)
    Phantasy Star Portable 2 (Dev. Sega, Pub. Sega, 9/14/10)
    Phantom Brave: The Hermuda Triangle (Dev. Nippon Ichi, Pub. NiS America, 3/8/11)
    Popolocrois (Dev. G-Artists, Dev. Agetec, 11/29/05)
    Puzzle Chronicles (Dev. Infinite Interactive, Pub. Konami, 2/2/10)
    Puzzle Quest: Challenge of the Warloads (Dev. Vicious/Infinite, Pub. D3, 3/20/07)
    Ragnarok Tactics (Dev. Apollosoft, Pub. Akysys, 11/6/12)
    Riviera the Promise Land (Dev. Sting, Pub. Atlus, 7/11/07)
    Silverfall (Dev. Monte Cristo Multimedia, Pub. Atari, 8/3/07) *Europe release
    Spectral Souls (Dev. Idea Factory, Pub. NIS America, 9/26/06)
    Star Ocean: First Departure (Dev. TOSE, Pub. Square Enix, 10/21/08)
    Star Ocean: Second Evolution (Dev. TOSE, Pub. Square Enix, 1/20/09)
    Tactics Ogre: Let Us Cling Together (Dev. Square Enis, Pub. Square Enix, 2/15/11)
    Tales of Eternia (Dev. Namco, Pub. Ubisoft, 2/10/06) *Europe release
    Tales of the World: Radiant Mythlogy (Dev. Alfa System, Pub. Namco Bandai, 7/17/07)
    Unchained Blades (Dev. FuRyu, Pub. XSeed, 6/26/12) *Digital Download only
    Untold Legends: Brotherhood of the Blade (Dev. Sony Online Entertainment, Pub. Sony Online Entertainment, 3/22/05)
    Untold Legends: The warrior's Code (Dev. Sony Onine Entertainment, Pub. Sony Online Entertainment, 3/28/06)
    Vahalla Knights (Dev. K2 LLC, Pub. Xseed, 4/17/07)
    Vahalla Knights 2 (Dev. K2, Pub. Xseed, 10/1/08)
    Valhalla Knights 2: Battle Stance (Dev. K2, Pub. XSEED, 1/21/10) *Digital Download only
    Valkyria Chronicles 2: The Royal Military Academy (Dev. Sega, Pub. Sega, 8/31/10)
    Valkyrie Profile: Lenneth (Dev. Tri-Ace, Pub. Square Enix, 7/18/06)
    Warriors of the Lost Empire (Dev. Tommo, Pub. UFO Interactive, 12/13/07)
    White Knight Chronicles: Origins (Dev. Matrix Crop, Pub. Sony, 6/10/11) *Europe release
    Wild Arms XF (Dev. Media Vision, Pub. Xseed, 3/11/08)
    X-Men Legends II: Rise of Apocalypse (Dev. Vicarious Visions, Pub. Activision, 10/18/05)
    Yggdra Union(Dev. Sting, Pub. Atlus, 9/16/08)
    Ys: The Ark of Napishtim (Dev. Falcom, Pub. Konami, 2/28/06)
    Ys: Oath in Felghana (Dev. Falcom, Pub. XSeed, 11/2/10)
    Ys I & II Chronicles (Dev. Falcom, Pub. XSeed, 2/15/11)
    Ys VII (Dev. Falcom, Pub. XSeed, 8/17/10)
    Z.H.P. Unlosing Ranger vs. Dark Death Evilman (Dev. NIS, Pub. NIS America, 10/26/10)

    Master List - By Sub-Genre

    Turn-Based RPGs Total (28)
    Adventures To Go (Dev. Global A, Pub. Natsume, 10/27/2009)
    Blade Dancer: Lineage of Light (Dev. Hit Maker, Pub. NIS America, 7/18/06)
    Brave Story: New Traveler (Dev. Game Republic, Dev. XSeed Games, 7/31/07)
    Breath of Fire III (Dev. Capcom, Pub. Capcom, 2/10/06) *Europe release
    Crimson Gem Saga (Dev. Matrix, Pub. Atlus, 5/26/09)
    Dragoneer's Aria (Dev. Hit Maker, Pub. NIS America, 8/21/07)
    Fate/Extra (Dev. Type-Moon/ImageEpoch, Pub. Aksys, 11/1/11)
    Final Fantasy (Dev. Square Enix, Pub. Square Enix, 6/26/07)
    Final Fantasy II (Dev. Square Enix, Pub. Square Enix, 7/24/07)
    Final Fantasy III(Dev. Square Enix, Pub. Square Enix, 9/25/12) *Digital Download only
    Final Fantasy IV Complete Collection (Dev. Square Enix, Pub. Square Enix, 4/19/11)
    Hexyz Force (Dev. Sting, Pub. Atlus, 5/25/10)
    Legend of Heroes: A Tear of Vermillion (Dev. Falcom, Pub. Bandai, 11/15/05)
    Legend of Heroes II: Prophecy of the Moonlight Witch (Dev. Falcom, Pub. Namco Bandai, 6/20/06)
    Legend of Heroes III: Song of the Ocean (Dev. Falcom, Pub. Namco Bandai, 1/23/07)
    Legend of Heroes: Trials of the Sky First Chapter (Dev. Falcom, Pub. XSeed, 3/31/11)
    Lunar: Silver Star Harmony (Dev. Game Arts, Pub. XSEED, 3/2/10)
    Mana Khemia: Student Alliance (Dev. Gust, Pub. NiS America, 3/10/09)
    Monster Kingdom: Jewel Summoner (Dev. Gaia, Pub. Atlus, 2/19/07)
    Persona (Dev. Atlus, Pub. Atlus, 9/22/09)
    Persona 2: Innocent Sin (Dev. Atlus, Pub. Atlus, 9/20/11)
    Persona 3 Portable (Dev. Atlus, Pub. Atlus, 7/6/10)
    Popolocrois (Dev. G-Artists, Dev. Agetec, 11/29/05)
    Riviera the Promise Land (Dev. Sting, Pub. Atlus, 7/11/07)
    Unchained Blades (Dev. FuRyu, Pub. XSeed, 6/26/12) *Digital Download only
    Untold Legends: Brotherhood of the Blade (Dev. Sony Online Entertainment, Pub. Sony Online Entertainment, 3/22/05)
    Untold Legends: The warrior's Code (Dev. Sony Onine Entertainment, Pub. Sony Online Entertainment, 3/28/06)
    Valkyrie Profile: Lenneth (Dev. Tri-Ace, Pub. Square Enix, 7/18/06)

    Action RPGs Total (23)
    Crisis Core: Final Fantasy VII (Dev. Square Enix, Pub. Square Enix, 3/24/08)
    God Eater Burst (Dev. Bandai Namco, Pub. D3, 3/15/11)
    Jikandia: The Timeless Land (Dev. Opus Studio, Pub. Aksys Games, 3/15/11)
    Justice League Heroes (Dev. Snowblind Studios, Pub. Warner Bros., 11/22/06)
    Kingdom Hearts: Birth by Sleep (Dev. Square Enix, Pub. Square Enix, 9/7/10)
    Kingdom of Paradise (Dev. Climax Entertainment, Pub. SCEI, 11/15/05)
    Lord of Arcana (Dev. Square Enix, Pub. Square Enix, 1/25/11)
    Marvel Ultimate Alliance (Dev. Vicarious Visions, Pub. Activision, 10/24/06)
    Marvel Ultimate Alliance 2 (Dev. Vicarious Visions, Pub. Activision, 9/15/09)
    Monster Hunter Freedom (Dev. Capcom, Pub. Capcom, 5/23/06)
    Monster Hunder Freedom 2 (Dev. Capcom, Pub. Capcom, 8/28/07)
    Monster Hunter Freedom Unite (Dev. Capcom, Pub. Capcom, 6/26/09)
    Parasite Eve: The 3rd Birthday (Dev. Square Enix, Pub. Square Enix, 3/29/11)
    Phantasy Star Portable (Dev. Alfa System. Pub. Sega, 3/3/09)
    Phantasy Star Portable 2 (Dev. Sega, Pub. Sega, 9/14/10)
    Silverfall (Dev. Monte Cristo Multimedia, Pub. Atari, 8/3/07) *Europe release
    Warriors of the Lost Empire (Dev. Tommo, Pub. UFO Interactive, 12/13/07)
    White Knight Chronicles: Origins (Dev. Matrix Crop, Pub. Sony, 6/10/11) *Europe release
    X-Men Legends II: Rise of Apocalypse (Dev. Vicarious Visions, Pub. Activision, 10/18/05)
    Ys: The Ark of Napishtim (Dev. Falcom, Pub. Konami, 2/28/06)
    Ys: Oath in Felghana (Dev. Falcom, Pub. XSeed, 11/2/10)
    Ys I & II Chronicles (Dev. Falcom, Pub. XSeed, 2/15/11)
    Ys VII (Dev. Falcom, Pub. XSeed, 8/17/10)

    Real Time RPGs Total (8)
    Mimana Iyar Chronicle (Dev. GungHo, Pub. Aksys Games, 3/30/10)
    Star Ocean: First Departure (Dev. TOSE, Pub. Square Enix, 10/21/08)
    Star Ocean: Second Evolution (Dev. TOSE, Pub. Square Enix, 1/20/09)
    Tales of Eternia (Dev. Namco, Pub. Ubisoft, 2/10/06) *Europe release
    Tales of the World: Radiant Mythlogy (Dev. Alfa System, Dev. Namco Bandai, 7/17/07)
    Vahalla Knights (Dev. K2 LLC, Pub. Xseed, 4/17/07)
    Vahalla Knights 2 (Dev. K2, Pub. Xseed, 10/1/08)
    Valhalla Knights 2: Battle Stance (Dev. K2, Pub. XSEED, 1/21/10) *Digital Download only

    Strategy RPGs Total (20)
    Aedis Eclipse: Generation of Chaos (Dev. Idea Factory, Pub. NIS America, 4/24/07)
    Astonishia Story (Dev. Sonnori, Pub. Ubisoft, 6/6/06)
    Blazing Souls: Accelate (Dev. Idea Factory, Pub. Aksys, 10/12/10)
    Disgaea: Afternoon of Darkness (Dev. NIS, Pub. NiS America, 10/30/07)
    Disgaea 2: Dark Hero Days (Dev. NIS, Pub. NIS America, 9/8/2009)
    Dungeons & Dragons Tactics (Dev. Kuju Entertainment, Pub. Atari, 8/14/07)
    Final Fantasy Tactics (Dev. Square Enix, Pub. Square Enix, 10/09/07)
    Generation of Chaos (Dev. Idea Factory, Pub. NIS America, 2/28/06)
    Generation of Chaos: Pandora's Reflection (Dev. Super Sting, Pub. NIS America, 2/19/13) *Digital Download only
    Growlanser: Wayfarer of Time (Dev. Atlus, Pub. Atlus, 7/24/12)
    Gungnir (Dev. Sting, Pub. Atlus, 6/12/12)
    Jeanne D'Arc (Dev. Level 5, Pub. SCEA, 8/21/07)
    Lord of the Rings Tactics (Dev. Amaze, Pub. EA, 11/8/05)
    Mytran Wars (Dev. Stormregion, Pub. Deep Silver, 10/20/09)
    Phantom Brave: The Hermuda Triangle (Dev. Nippon Ichi, Pub. NiS America, 3/8/11)
    Ragnarok Tactics (Dev. Apollosoft, Pub. Akysys, 11/6/12)
    Spectral Souls (Dev. Idea Factory, Pub. NIS America, 9/26/06)
    Tactics Ogre: Let Us Cling Together (Dev. Square Enis, Pub. Square Enix, 2/15/11)
    Valkyria Chronicles 2: The Royal Military Academy (Dev. Sega, Pub. Sega, 8/31/10)
    Wild Arms XF (Dev. Media Vision, Pub. Xseed, 3/11/08)

    Simulation RPGs - Total (3)
    Harvest Moon: A Boy and A Girl (Dev. Marvelous, Pub. Natsume, 7/31/07)
    Harvest Moon: Hero of Leaf Valley (Dev. Marvelous, Pub. Natsume, 4/20/10)
    Innocent Life: A Futuristic Harvest Moon (Dev. ArtePiazza, Pub. Natsume, 5/15/07)

    Mystery Dungeon RPGs - Total (9)
    Cladun: This is an RPG! (Dev. Nippon Ichi, Pub. NIS America, 9/21/10) *Digital Download only
    Cladun x2 (Dev. Nippon Ichi, Pub. NIS America, 8/30/2011) *Digital Download only
    Class of Heroes (Dev. Zerodiv, Pub. Atlus, 6/9/09)
    Dungeon Explorer: Warriors of Ancient Arts (Dev. Hudson Soft, Pub. Hudson, 2/15/08)
    Dungeon Maker: Hunting Ground(Dev. Global A, Pub. XSeed Games, 6/19/07)
    Dungeon Maker II: The Hidden War (Dev. Global A, Pub. UFO Interactive, 12/9/08)
    Dungeon Siege: Throne of Agony (Dev. SuperVillian Studios, Pub. Take-Two, 10/30/06)
    Elminage Original (Dev. Starfish SD, Pub. UFO Interactive, 11/20/12) *Digital Download only
    Z.H.P. Unlosing Ranger vs. Dark Death Evilman (Dev. NIS, Pub. NIS America, 10/26/10)

    Miscellous RPGs - Total (8)
    Carnage Heart EXA (Dev. Artdink, Pub. Natsume, 3/19/13) *Digital Download only
    Dissdia: Final Fantasy (Dev. Square Enix, Pub. Square Enix, 8/25/09)
    Dissidia Duodecim: Final Fantasy (Dev. Square Enix, Pub. Square Enix, 3/22/11)
    Half-Minute Hero (Dev. Marvelous, Pub. XSEED, 10/13/2009)
    Knights in the Nightmare (Dev. Sting, Pub. Atlus, 11/5/10)
    Neverland Card Battles (Dev. Idea Factor, Pub. Yuke's Company of America, 10/27/08)
    Puzzle Chronicles (Dev. Infinite Interactive, Pub. Konami, 2/2/10)
    Puzzle Quest: Challenge of the Warloads (Dev. Vicious/Infinite, Pub. D3, 3/20/07)
    Yggdra Union(Dev. Sting, Pub. Atlus, 9/16/08)

    Digital Download Only (8)
    Carnage Heart EXA (Dev. Artdink, Pub. Natsume, 3/19/13)
    Cladun: This is an RPG! (Dev. Nippon Ichi, Pub. NIS America, 9/21/10)
    Cladun x2 (Dev. Nippon Ichi, Pub. NIS America, 8/30/11)
    Elminage Original (Dev. Starfish SD, Pub. UFO Interactive, 11/20/12)
    Final Fantasy III(Dev. Square Enix, Pub. Square Enix, 9/25/12)
    Generation of Chaos: Pandora's Reflection (Dev. Super Sting, Pub. NIS America, 2/19/13)
    Unchained Blades (Dev. FuRyu, Pub. XSeed, 6/26/12)
    Valhalla Knights 2: Battle Stance (Dev. K2, Pub. XSEED, 1/21/10)

    Undecided (6)
    Gurumin (Dev. Falcom, Pub. Mastiff, 2/12/07)
    Metal Gear Acid (Dev. Konami, Pub. Konami, 3/22/05)
    Metal Gear Acid 2 (Dev. Konami, Pub. Konami, 3/21/06)
    Prinny: Can I Really Be the Hero? (Dev. NIS, Pub. NIS America, 2/17/09)
    R-Type Command (Dev. Irem, Pub. Atlus, 5/6/08)
    Steambot Chronicles (Dev. Irem, Pub. Atlus, 6/30/09)

    Non-US English Releases (4)
    Breath of Fire III (Dev. Capcom, Pub. Capcom, 2/10/06)
    Silverfall (Dev. Monte Cristo Multimedia, Pub. Atari, 8/3/07)
    Tales of Eternia (Dev. Namco, Pub. Ubisoft, 2/10/06)
    White Knight Chronicles: Origins (Dev. Matrix Crop, Pub. Sony, 6/10/11)

    Compilation (3)
    Castlevania: Dracula X Chronicles [Castlevania: Symphony of the Night] (Dev. Konami, Pub. Konami, 10/23/07)
    EA Replay [Ultima VII] (Dev. Team Fusion, Pub. Electronic Arts, 11/14/06)
    Sega Genesis Collection [Phantasy Star II, III, and IV] (Dev. Sega, Pub. Sega, 11/16/06)

    Upcoming Releases
    Black Rock Shooter: The Game (Dev. ImageEpoch, Pub. NIS America, 4/23/13)
    Class of Heroes 2 (Dev. Zerodiv. Pub. Monkeypaw/Gaijinworks, 2013?)
    Final Fantasy Type-0 (Dev. Square Enix, Pub. Square Enix, ????)
    Legend of Heroes: Trials of the Sky SC (Dev. Falcom, Pub. XSeed, TBA)
    Legend of Heroes: Trials of the Sky TC (Dev. Falcom, Pub. XSeed, TBA)
    Mystic Chronicles (Dev. Kemco, Pub. Natsume, 2013?)
    Puzzle Quest: Galactix (Pub. D3 Publisher, ????)


    Japan bound (for now) (88)
    7th Dragon 2020 (Dev. imageepoch, Pub. Sega, 2011)
    Absolute Hero Makeover (Pub. NIS, 2010)
    Angel's Score Op. A: The Diva of Antifona (Pub. Nippon Ichi, 10/2009)
    Arm's Heart (Dev. Hamster, Pub. Konami, 11/25/10)
    Aselia the Eternal (Pub. Xuse, 2010)
    Atelier Judie: The Alchemist of Gramnad (Pub. Gust, 4/8/2010)
    Atelier Violet: The Alchemist of Gramnad 2 (Pub. Gust, 2/3/2011)
    Bakumatsu Revolution (Pub. Acquire, 6/25/10)
    Brandish (Pub. Falcom, 3/19/09)
    Blaze Union: Story to Reach the Future (Dev. Sting, Pub. Atlus, 5/27/2010)
    Blue Roses (Dev. Apollosoft Inc., Pub. Nippon Ichi, 9/16/2010)
    Coded Soul: Uke Keigareshi Idea (Pub. SCEI, 2/7/08)
    Class of Heroes Final (Pub. Acquire, TBA)
    Criminal Girls (Dev. Imageepoch, Pub. Nippon Ichi, 11/18/10)
    Digital World Re: Digitize (Dev. tri-Cresenco, Pub. Namco Bandai, Q1 2012)
    Eiyuu Densentu: Sora no Kiseki FC (Pub. Falcom, 9/28/06)
    Eiyuu Densentu: Sora no Kiseki SC (Pub. Falcom, 9/27/07)
    Eiyuu Densetsu: Sora no Kiseki the 3rd (Pub. Falcom, 7/24/08)
    Elminage II (Pub. StarFish, 10/29/09???)
    Fate/Extra CCC (Dev. Type-Moon, Pub. Marvelous, Q1 2012)
    Final Promise Story (Pub. ImageEpoch, 4/28/11)
    Frontier Gate (Dev. tri-Ace, Pub. Konami, 2011)
    Full Metal Alchemist- To The Promised Day (Pub. Bandai-Namco, 5/20/10)
    Gloria Union (Dev. Sting, Pub. Atlus, 6/23/11)
    God Eater 2 (Pub. Namco Bandai, 2012)
    Growlanser (Pub. Atlus, 5/14/09)
    Gundam Age (Dev. Level-5, Pub. Namco Bandai, 2012)
    .hack//Link (Pub. Bandai, ???)
    Half Minute Hero Second (Dev. Opus, Pub. Marvelous, TBA)
    Harvest Moon: Sugar Village (Pub. Marvelous Games, 3/19/09)
    Heroes Phantasia (Pub. Namco Bandai, 1/19/12)
    Jikan de Phanstasia (Dev. Opus Studio, Pub. Idea Factory, 2010)
    Ken to Mahou to Gakuen Mono. (Pub. Acquire, 6/26/08)
    King's Field Additional 1 (Pub. From Software, 7/20/06)
    King's Field Additional 2 (Pub. From Software, 8/24/06)
    Kiniro no Corda 2 f (Pub. Koei, 2/26/09)
    La Pucelle Ragnarok (Pub. Nippon Ichi, 11/26.09)
    Last Ranker (Dev. imageepoch, Pub. Capcom, ???)
    Land Stalker (Pub. Climax, ????)
    Legend of Heroes: Ao no Kiseki (Pub. Falcom, 9/29/11)
    Legend of Heroes: Zero no Kiseki (Pub. Falcom, 2010)
    Legendary Hero's Legend: Legendary Saga (Pub. Kadokawa, Q4 2009)
    Little Battlers (Pub. Level-5, 2011)
    Lord of Apocalypse (Dev. Access Games, Pub. Square Enix, 2012)
    Lost Regnum 2: Ankoku Jashin to Taka no Senshi (Pub. Ertain, ???)
    Magna Carta Portable (Pub. Banpresto, 5/25/06)
    Mana Khemia Portable 2 (Pub. Gust, 10/1/09)
    Monster Hunter Portable 3rd (Pub. Capcom, ???)
    My World, My Way: Princess of Light and Darkness (Pub. Global A, 2009)
    Nayuta to Kiseki (Pub. Nihon Falcom, 2012)
    Nantama: Chronicle of Dungeon Maker (Pub. Global A, 4/23/2009)
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    Final Fantasy Tactics is one glaring omission from that list, as is Star Ocean 2 (though to be fair that hasn't come out yet, but it's 'out enough' if you follow my meaning). Tales of Eternia and Valkyrie Profile Lenneth are the other absentees- and they're just the ones on my 'owned' list. Also, I think Oblivion's been cancelled, which is a bummer of epic proportion.

    Don't get me wrong though, this is a worthy project, I for one love PSP RPGs.

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    Riviera the Promised Land is also missing from the list.

    Gurumin isn't an RPG. It's an action/adventure like Zelda. Awesome game though.

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    You missed Generation of Chaos, which is odd because you listed the sequel.

    Where's Jeanne D'Arc?

    Then there's Lord of the Rings Tactics.

    You also missed Puzzle Quest.

    Pirates and the two Metal Gear Ac!d games are borderline cases.

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    I didn't think of Jeanne D'arc and I own the game. Currently at work so I was just thinking off the top of my head while working. Now that you mention it though, Wild ARMs XF, best RPG on the PSP is missing, also.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nebagram View Post
    Final Fantasy Tactics is one glaring omission from that list, as is Star Ocean 2 (though to be fair that hasn't come out yet, but it's 'out enough' if you follow my meaning). Tales of Eternia and Valkyrie Profile Lenneth are the other absentees- and they're just the ones on my 'owned' list. Also, I think Oblivion's been cancelled, which is a bummer of epic proportion.

    Don't get me wrong though, this is a worthy project, I for one love PSP RPGs.
    Unfortunately, Tales of Eternia was released in Europe and the list is US only. Sorry. But I am a bit jealous of the fact, it and Breath of Fire III came over to your part of the world, completely ignoring fans here in the states.

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    You missed Generation of Chaos, which is odd because you listed the sequel.
    Like I said, it was a rough draft. Didn't expect to hit all the nails in one swing. Besides, I believe half the fun in building these lists is getting everyone to contribute and take part in something they enjoy.
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    You missed everyone's favorites:

    Harvest Moon A Boy and A Girl
    Innocent Life A Futuristic Harvest Moon

    I have not been able to convince myself to buy these yet...

    Disgaea?

    It would be cool to see a list of import RPG's playable in English. There are a tone of imports on ebay...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Trebuken View Post
    You missed everyone's favorites:

    Harvest Moon A Boy and A Girl
    Innocent Life A Futuristic Harvest Moon

    I have not been able to convince myself to buy these yet...

    Disgaea?

    It would be cool to see a list of import RPG's playable in English. There are a tone of imports on ebay...
    Disgaea: Afternoon of Darkness! Absolutely! I mean, if you're going to have FF:Tactics, Jean d'Arc and Wild Arms XF, you MUST have Disgaea!

    And don't forget the Phantasy Star games in the Sega Genesis Collection!

    Don't know about the Harvest Moons though... Are they really RPGs? Or are they just lame? My daughter loves all of them, so we own them all on GB, DS and PSP, but I just can't bring myself to play them... Weeding the garden? Milking the cow? geeze... No Grand Foozle to discombobulate means no interest from moi...

    I love Jean D'Arc, Brave Story, Puzzle Quest, the FF remakes and Wild Arms... FFVII:CC was good too... I don't know that the Untold Legends, XMen Legends, Marvel:UA or Justice League games belong there, tho'... those are all more Dungeon Crawlers to my mind - not very much the classic RPG or Tactical RPG style...

    I've been trying to find a copy of Dungeon Maker for a fair price for ages - having a hell of a time of it, too...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trebuken View Post
    It would be cool to see a list of import RPG's playable in English. There are a tone of imports on ebay...
    The only imports I can think with English text are the ones released in Europe (i.e. Tales of Eternia and BoF III) and possibly Korea (don't know for certain if game there are translated to English). So, doubt there are that many to list. If that's what you're assuming?
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    I know that Tales of Eternia for PSX is the same version in both US and PAL territories. The PSP version is the exact same version as well, just widescreen.

    I'm assuming the same with BoF3, but I only own the PSX version and have yet to play the PSP version.

    Disgaea 2 is actually being ported to the PSP as well. It's not here yet, but we all know that crappy game will be here one day. The Disgaea games and pretty much any tactical RPG NIS makes is a joke.
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    Yeah you need to list the European exclusives, since PSP is region free. Just can either makes a separate smaller list or just list EU next to the date like I did with the DS list.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kupomogli View Post
    I know that Tales of Eternia for PSX is the same version in both US and PAL territories. The PSP version is the exact same version as well, just widescreen.
    I'm assuming the same with BoF3, but I only own the PSX version and have yet to play the PSP version.
    Breath Of Fire III is identical to the PSone version and is pretty cheap on ebay. If you love RPG's i'd get it (it's my favorite RPG for the PSone)
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    I think Suikoden is available on the PS store for play on the PSP. Dunno if that counts.

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    The only imports I can think with English text are the ones released in Europe (i.e. Tales of Eternia and BoF III) and possibly Korea (don't know for certain if game there are translated to English). So, doubt there are that many to list. If that's what you're assuming?
    Wasn't sure if any of the Japanese releases had English support.

    Silverfall - I believe this is an Australian release and is in English...

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    yeah i think you absolutely must list Tales of Eternia, Breath of Fire III and Silverfall (if at least under a seperate heading). any RPG fan looking at this list will definitely go for the first 2, they are amazing games and fully in english (i cannot attest to the quality of Silverfall).

    you also forgot the Harvest Moon title(s?)
    as well as the fact that the Genesis Collection has Phantasy Stars on it, and EA Replay has teh (horrible) Ultima 7 from SNES. any completist will definitely consider these.


    edit: a seller on ebay right now is selling Silverfall (new) for psp for 21$ shipped. this is a very good price for this game since it usually goes for 35-50$. he has 3 left (i just bought one).
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    Quote Originally Posted by Daria View Post
    Yeah you need to list the European exclusives, since PSP is region free. Just can either makes a separate smaller list or just list EU next to the date like I did with the DS list.
    That's a good point. With PSP region-free, why limit to English games outside the US? Why I've added a list of Japanese imports for those who are interested in extending their library beyond our shores.

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    I think Suikoden is available on the PS store for play on the PSP. Dunno if that counts.
    Doubt it. Digitally distributed games (PSN, Xbox Live Arcade, VC, etc.) to me are considered on "separate" consoles as they're on different mediums (i.e. UMD as opposed to digital data). But it does warrant some thought and possibly something to do later down the line. I'll stick to the UMD side...for now.
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    I think Suikoden is available on the PS store for play on the PSP. Dunno if that counts.
    Doubt it. Digitally distributed games (PSN, Xbox Live Arcade, VC, etc.) to me are considered on "separate" consoles as they're on different mediums (i.e. UMD as opposed to digital data). But it does warrant some thought and possibly something to do later down the line. I'll stick to the UMD side...for now.
    Besides that, if you wanted to include digital copies of games, you could add every PS1 RPG released... I've played Final Fantasy VII, VIII and IX on my PSP thanks to CFW, and I loved every minute of it! (well, except for the flipping back and forth with different rips of VIII changing ID #s, because it still hangs here and there, but it was playable, and I did get through it!) And I've played Metal Gear Solid on it twice, too... Anyway, you should probably draw the line at UMDs for the list...

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    i take it you will not be considering the compilations (sega genesis & ea). throw them under a seperate heading or something, phantasy stars are amazing rpgs (although hard, and aged)

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    yeah i think you absolutely must list Tales of Eternia, Breath of Fire III and Silverfall (if at least under a seperate heading). any RPG fan looking at this list will definitely go for the first 2, they are amazing games and fully in english (i cannot attest to the quality of Silverfall).

    you also forgot the Harvest Moon title(s?)
    as well as the fact that the Genesis Collection has Phantasy Stars on it, and EA Replay has teh (horrible) Ultima 7 from SNES. any completist will definitely consider these.


    edit: a seller on ebay right now is selling Silverfall (new) for psp for 21$ shipped. this is a very good price for this game since it usually goes for 35-50$. he has 3 left (i just bought one).
    Got Silverfall from UK for about $13. There are plenty of UK sellers selling it for about this price. Just be careful of shipping...

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    I've thought Rezel Cross looked interesting as soon as I saw it. Too bad we never saw a release. I don't get any text heavy games unless they're in English. I bought two Japanese RPGs and I wasn't very entertained even though one did have pretty good gameplay. The only time I played a RPG in Japanese and enjoyed it is when SNES emulation first started and I played FF5.

    *edit*

    While looking at the list just now. I noticed Prinny Can I Really Be the Hero and Dissidia Final Fantasy being there. Even those are originally RPG series, the games themselves aren't RPG titles.

    Prinny is definitely not an RPG as it's a platformer. However, supposedly, on Dissidia, there is an option to play the game menu based where you tell your character to either attack(and it being ai controlled) or to retreat. If you asked me it wouldn't really feel RPG like, but I've never done it so I dunno.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Poofta! View Post
    i take it you will not be considering the compilations (sega genesis & ea). throw them under a seperate heading or something, phantasy stars are amazing rpgs (although hard, and aged)
    Sorry, it's been hectic on my side. Why didn't I think of those in the first place? Phantasy Stars are in the Sega Collection, but what RPGs are in EA collection?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Press_Start View Post
    Sorry, it's been hectic on my side. Why didn't I think of those in the first place? Phantasy Stars are in the Sega Collection, but what RPGs are in EA collection?
    I believe it is just Ultima VII in the EA collection.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jimid2 View Post
    Besides that, if you wanted to include digital copies of games, you could add every PS1 RPG released... I've played Final Fantasy VII, VIII and IX on my PSP thanks to CFW, and I loved every minute of it! (well, except for the flipping back and forth with different rips of VIII changing ID #s, because it still hangs here and there, but it was playable, and I did get through it!) And I've played Metal Gear Solid on it twice, too... Anyway, you should probably draw the line at UMDs for the list...
    The difference being that Suikoden is available as a legitimate commercial download as opposed to hacking the machine to run grey copies of other games.

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    Alright, included a new "compilation list" along with a few entries for upcoming games:

    Disgaea 2
    Cardboard Senki
    Ushiro


    Any new information for upcoming RPG is appreciated.
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    Update:

    -Second Evolution released and move to Master List.

    -Added a new entry for upcoming releases:
    Class of Heroes
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    -Bad news for Mana Khemia fans, Student Alliance has been postponed from January to Spring. Don't have a definite date yet as various sites have put different dates. I'll update when a concrete date is established.
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