The first game in the series that really redefined what a Strategy/RPG could be introduces players to a magical world teetering on the edge of destruction.
A re-release of the very first Atelier game, which was also brought to mobile devices in Japan.
A successor to Chrono Trigger that focuses on travel between alternate dimensions.
This Squaresoft RPG classic originally released for Super Nintendo in 1995, followed by a PSX, DS, and PC release.
The 4th Dragon Quest game and the first in the Zenithian Trilogy.
The first entry in the storied Final Fantasy series, four warriors travel across the world and in time in an attempt to save the world.
Designed as both a tribute to Final Fantasy's past and a promise of a bright future to come, Final Fantasy IX rounds out FF's 'Golden' PS1 era.
The job system makes a triumphant return. Originally released for Super Famicon in Japan. Later released on PSX, GBA, PC, and mobile devices.
The sixth mainline entry in the Final Fantasy series, originally released in the west as Final Fantasy III.
Final Fantasy's first foray into full 3D graphics brings about an epic storyline with deep characters, wonderful sound and fantastic fun.