I started playing Akazukin cha-cha, but I don’t think it really qualifies as an RPG. It’s more of an adventure game with a small number (around 7) of fixed RPG-style battles. There are no levels, instead you just gain stats at pre-determined points in the story. Apparently it’s considered a good game for fans of the manga or anime series, but I will leave it to others to cover the game.
So what this means is that we have come to the final list of games, the remaining 9 games I have to play. I will be taking a break around Christmas time, so I think I should probably finish this up around March or April of next year, although it depends on how long all the games are. Here’s the full list of games, with the bold ones being games I will actually play.
- Wizardry Gaiden IV: Throb of the Demon’s Heart
- Monstania – It was not clear to me whether this is an SRPG or not, so we’ll find out now.
- Marvelous: Another Treasure Island – This is an adventure game, not an RPG.
- Dragon Quest III – I could skip this as a remake but I believe I will play it.
- Madou Monogatari I (PCE) – The final PCE game! This was released very late in the system’s life, and also came out for the Sega CD pretty late also.
- G.O.D.: Listen to the voice telling you to awaken
- Dragon Knight 4 – I played the Playstation version of this.
- BUSHI Seiryuden: Two Heroes
- Gunman’s Proof – This is a zelda-style game that does not qualify as an ARPG for me.
- Dark Law: Meaning of Death
- Solid Runner – The last game I will play!
- Mini shiku Let’s & Go!! POWER WGP2 – This is a racing game for the most part; it has some parts where you can talk to people and buy things but this is not enough to make it an RPG.
- Wizardry I-II-III: Legacy of Llygamyn – Since this is a remake of Western games I will skip it.
- Fire Emblem Trachia 776 – I will actually play this, but it will be once I reach 1999 in the strategy RPG playthrough, not now.