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What is the difference of WRPG games than JRPG games

By centrino207
Feb 23, 2014
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  1. I hear JRPGs games are much more combat focus.With rich and innovative enemies and more linear story.I hear JRPGs have really long main stories. The JRPGs more story-driven.

    Where WRPGs are more about quests and better open world..But lack rich and innovative enemies.
     
  2. St1ckM4n

    St1ckM4n TS Evangelist Posts: 3,481   +627

    JRPG's typically take 50+hrs to play, and is turn-based combat, with minimal graphics emphasis. Western RPGs are just 'RPG' as you know them - e.g. Skyrim, Fallout.
     
  3. danstrom

    danstrom TS Rookie

    Pretty much what stickman said, but I wouldnt agree about the graphics necessarily, JRPGs are a lot less popular than they were between the days of SNES and PS1/2 so there arent as many to compare to westerns rpgs like skyrim
     
  4. Anthonyxr

    Anthonyxr TS Rookie Posts: 34

    JRPGS generally follow a linear story line with story driven characters. They are also usually turn based games. Usually they are told more like a story or movie.

    WRPGS are usually more open ended with more choice making and character interaction. Game mechanics can be much more similar to other genres (With exception of games like Neverwinter Nights and Wizardry), Mass Effect 2 could be considered a Third-Person shooter
     
  5. bluejolls

    bluejolls TS Rookie Posts: 72

    Wrpgs use the same formula for everygame. its all the same with just diffrent skins and genre
    jrpgs change the battle system and try different things with it.
    wrpgs change nothing and its all the same.
     

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