6 Of The Best JRPG Video Games You Can Only Play On PS Vita


PSP was a huge success for Sony. It was their first attempt at making a portable gaming console and they passed that test with flying colors. PSP was one of the most powerful portable gaming console ever made and it was capable of handling graphical demanding games and that was the biggest reason why people picked it up. After the PSP sony came back with PS Vita and unfortunately it didn’t work out like last time. But I personally think PS Vita was really good and yes there were some gimmicky features but at least it had some great games. For those of you who still own a PS Vita, we listed down some of the best JRPG games.

1. RAY GIGANT

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This is a breathlessly creative and fundamentally interesting game, and it, along with Stranger of Sword City, cements the developer as one of my favourites out there at the moment. – Digitally Downloaded
The dungeons are undoubtedly bland and, by genre standards, there is no getting around the fact that, Ray Gigant is relatively easy, but if you’re looking for a more story-driven adventure, one with great characters and fantastic production values, you won’t go far wrong with, Experience Inc.’s unique and largely successful coming together of visual novel and dungeon crawler. – Brash Games
Ray Gigant is one of the most interesting games we’ve played on Vita lately. Long, addictive, with a nice story and that can be interesting even for those who are not interested in dungeon crawlers. – Vandal

 2. TOUKIDEN: KIWAMI

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Toukiden: Kiwami offers demon slaying on the go, and it’s a fine example of what the PlayStation Vita can do, people who have previously experienced the series will lap this up in an instant, while people wanting to give the series a go for the first time should jump straight to Kiwami as the original content, which is included in this package, makes for a perfect warm up to the intense challenges that this game offers. – The Vita Lounge
What’s much easier to rationalize, however, is this: Toukiden: Kiwami is unquestionably the best monster-hunting game the Vita has to offer. – Gaming Age
A visually amazing Vita game that’s a little too repetitive to become an instant classic. – PSX-Sense.nl

3. ORESHIKA: TAINTED BLOODLINES

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Oreshika: Tainted Bloodlines is a masterful retooling of JRPGs before it, and only a handful of problems hold back an otherwise excellent tale of family, honor, and reclaiming what was lost. – GamingTrend
Oreshika: Tainted Bloodlines is a fun and deep JRPG with loads and loads of content. Add to that fantastic music and graphics, a cool setting and over a hundred hours of gameplay. If only the story was a little more interesting. – XGN
This game offers a deep RPG/dungeon crawler experience that adapts to the player. It isn’t perfect, but it is a nice surprise for the PSVita. – Vandal

 4. WORLD OF FINAL FANTASY

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World of Final Fantasy is an unexpected delight and ranks towards the top of the list of must-haves for PlayStation Vita. – Pocket Gamer UK
World of Final Fantasy is an excellent RPG on the Vita. It’s like a warm welcome to old fans but is also just as great for new fans looking to dabble in the world of Final Fantasy for the first time. This is a must-have game for the Vita and could very well be the better Final Fantasy game this year. – The Vita Lounge
If you can handle the game’s slow pacing, World of Final Fantasy provides a good experiment to the classic formula. Given that Tose handles so many of Square Enix’s ports, it’s nice to see them be thrown a bone with an original title. I’d suggest this one while waiting for the eventual release of Final Fantasy XV. –Gaming Nexus

 5. GRAND KINGDOM

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With its brilliant gameplay style and wealth of customisation options, not to mention the fun and strategically minded combat, Grand Kingdom is a fantastic tactical RPG that truly showcases why the genre is perfect on PS Vita. – The Vita Lounge
A strategic title of excellence, Grand Kingdom delivers a deep, complex and challenging experience with tons of content and an active combat system that will keep you busy for months. Very recommended. – LevelUp
Grand Kingdom is one of the most interesting things I’ve ever had on my Vita, combining so many ideas together and somehow making them all work. Like a weird looking dish at a foreign restaurant your cousin recommended, you might doubt it can be anything other than a huge mess, but once you get a taste of it, you’ll realize just how wrong you were. – TheSixthAxis

 6. ODIN SPHERE LEIFTHRASIR

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Odin Sphere: Leifthrasir is a very special RPG. It’s not only a jaw-droppingly gorgeous technical marvel, or a terrific and surprisingly grounded, relatable high-fantasy narrative, but it’s also an action-RPG with sublime, satisfying combat. It ticks all the boxes an RPG fan could want, and then some. It’s a genre masterpiece. – Brash Games
Starting from an already-outstanding PlayStation 2 game, Vanillaware went above and beyond to realize its full potential with the addition of more role-playing elements, a near-perfect framerate, stunning graphics, better maps, and a more vigorous combat mechanic. Even after I finished playing, I wanted to go back and explore more areas, fight more enemies and collect more loot. It’s a continuous loop of fun, and I hope it never ends. – IGN
Vanillaware have done a wonderful job of bringing Odin Sphere up to date whilst still keeping what made it so endearing originally. If you are after a combat focused game with a compelling setup and a beautiful, painterly aesthetic you really can’t go wrong with Odin Sphere: Leifthrasir. – GameGrin
 Which PS Vita game do you like the most? Let us know down below.
#6 Of The Best JRPG Video Games You Can Only Play On PS Vita
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