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NES RPGs (*indicates RPG/Eastern, all others are RPG/Western)
AD&D: Pool of Radiance
*Bard's Tale II
Destiny of an Emporer
Destiny of an Emporer 2
Doraemon vs. Giga Zombie
Dragon Warrior I - IV
*Dungeon Magic: Sword of the Elements
Final Fantasy I - III
Legend of the Ghost Lion
*Might and Magic
*Super Black Onyx
*Swords and Serpants
Ultima III - V
*Wizardry I - III
AD&D Heroes of the Lance
Magic of Scheherazade
Tower of Druaga
Ys I - III
"...The people living there know thirst, hunger, disease, they suffer all these things and in the end, they grow old and die. But for one brief moment they shine as bright as the sun, because they know these hardships, they also know the meaning of happiness..."
For the Super Nintendo, Shin Megami Tensei (and SMT II) are both missing from this list. They were great titles, and I think people should look into them
Just about anything in the Megami Tensei universe is good with me. From Megami Tensei for the Famicom, to Devil Summoner on the Saturn. Don't forget the Persona games, or the games for the DS. The best of all of them in my opinion is Persona 2: Innocent Sin (the one that didn't make it to North America). I do like the Shin Megami Tensei games for the SNES.
I found this game the other night. Gave it a quick go, and really liked it. Figured I would post it up just in case anyone wants to give it a go. From the little I played this is a great gem. It kinda reminds me of Landstalker without the camera angles.