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To that end, we've put together a list of our ten favourite 3DS RPGs to date.
Our choices are presented in no particular order, and we stuck to retail releases to narrow the field a bit — but no matter what type of adventure you're after, the 3DS has something for you; these suggestions should keep you exploring for years to come!
As the 3DS's sixth year in the world draws to a close, we can already look back on its impressively varied library with wonder; along with plenty of standout platformers, life sims, rhythm games, and puzzlers, it's also carved out a particular niche by delivering an almost non-stop barrage of first class RPGs.
Responsible for plenty of late-night gaming sessions and many players' most embarrassingly long Activity Log entries, the 3DS' proud stable of RPGs is a huge part of the system's appeal, and its legacy is worth celebrating.
As a remake of a 1997 Japan-exclusive dungeon crawler for the Sega Saturn, Soul Hackers perhaps sticks out as an underdog on this list, but it's one of our very favourite 'deep cuts' in the 3DS' RPG library.
Soul Hackers shines with a crushingly cool, late-nite cyberpunk style, captivating characters, and a darkly twisting narrative that starts strong and never lets up.
It's one of the most fully engrossing experiences we've had the pleasure of diving into on the 3DS, with a dizzying array of things to enjoy and a wonderfully inviting world in which to enjoy them, and it's all full to the brim with bucolic charm. Level 5's answer to the monster-collecting craze, this family-friendly adventure sees you guiding a young protagonist through a Saturday morning storyline as they meet, befriend, and battle eccentric and often unhinged spirits from Japanese folklore.
Season 5Season 6Season 7 The Way of the Warrior I/IIThe Visitor Hippocratic Oath Indiscretion Rejoined Starship Down Little Green Men The Sword of Kahless Our Man Bashir Homefront / Paradise Lost Crossfire Return to Grace Sons of Mogh Bar Association Accession Rules of Engagement Hard Time Shattered Mirror The Muse For the Cause To the Death The Quickening Body Parts Broken Link Stardate 49011.4: A Klingon fleet headed by General Martok arrives at Deep Space 9, allegedly to help the Federation fight against the Dominion.
In order to figure out what the Klingon presence is really about, Lt. He learns that the Klingons are preparing an invasion of Cardassia, asserting that the Cardassian government has been infiltrated by Changelings.
All of the 3DS' Etrian Odysseys are well worth your time, but IV gets our vote even over the excellent Untold remakes for its appealing airship overworld.
Farming, flirting, and fighting — if your ideal RPG routine sits in the middle of that beautiful Venn diagram, boy have we got a gem for you.