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RPG, June 1, 2017
Hillsfar is a role-playing video game released for MS-DOS, Amiga, Atari ST, Commodore 64 in 1989. It features a combination of real-time action and randomly generated quests. It also includes standard gameplay elements of the Advanced Dungeons & Dragons fantasy role-playing game, upon which the game is based. Hillsfar was later released for the Nintendo Entertainment System (NES) in 1993.
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RPG, June 1, 2017
This game is… er, well. You play as the great mighty hero, Carl, who thankfully doesn’t go around with a hairy gut poking out from underneath a wifebeater. You go from dungeon to dungeon (which have to be entered with the SELECT button, for some screwy reason), killing monsters with your limited supply of bouncy arrows and wandering from room to room. When you haven’t visited a room, you won’t be able to see it, cuz it’ll be dark and stuff, but when you enter the room, it’ll become light! Wowie! That way you can tell where you’ve been and where you haven’t!

The problem is that there’s no real map feature, and since all the rooms look the same it’s very, very easy to get lost, especially when all the rooms have been lit and you’re just looking for the door that goes with that key you got from killing the brontosaurus, or when you’re looking for the room with the big nasty dragon in it so it can kill you all over again. And then, once you beat the big nasty dragon, you get a NEW map with a whole slew of NEW dungeons to go through! Yay Carl! It’s no wonder there haven’t really been any more of these games since 1989.
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RPG, July 9, 2016
Faria: Fuuin no Tsurugi ("Faria: Sealed Sword"), or Faria: A World of Mystery and Danger! as it was known in the US, is an 8-bit Japanese RPG developed by Game Arts. It was one of Game Arts' first forays into RPGs, though they would later become renowned in the field for series such as Lunar and Grandia. As well as being an early start for Game Arts, the project also had on board a young Akihiko Yoshida, who go on to become a graphic designer for many major Squaresoft games.

While by all appearances an RPG in the common 8-bit Dragon Quest/Final Fantasy mold, Faria takes a few cues from Ys: The Vanished Omen with its combat and the Legend of Zelda with its puzzle-based dungeons.
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RPG, February 9, 2017
Fire Emblem Gaiden is the second installment in the Fire Emblem series developed by Intelligent Systems and published by Nintendo. The game was released on March 14, 1992 in Japan. It is also the second and final Fire Emblem series title to be released exclusively on the Famicom. It serves as a side story to the original game ("Gaiden" is literally Japanese for "side story"), and takes place on a different location the continent Valentia and thus has no bearing on the first game's narrative. However, a few characters from the original game, such as the Whitewings, do make return appearances.

The game was referenced in Super Smash Bros. Brawl with one music track and some Stickers.
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RPG, July 9, 2016
Heracles no Eikou II: Titan no Metsubou in english Glory of Heracles II: Titan's Downfall is the second game of the series. Unlike the first game in the series, Heracles is no longer the player-controlled character. Instead, the player takes the role of a young boy living in an age where Heracles is already recognized as a legendary hero. The boy learns that the last-remaining offspring of the Titans has crowned himself the king of darkness, causing chaos across the world, and sets off on a journey to defeat the evil king.
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RPG, July 9, 2016
One of the earliest JRPGs, following the success of Dragon Quest I & II, Heracles no Eikou: Toujin Makyou Den (lit: "Glory of Heracles: Labors of the Divine Hero") has the player control the Ancient Greek demigod of Heracles (or Hercules, as he's known in Roman myth) as he assists the Goddess of Love Aphrodite while completing his legendary twelve Herculean tasks.

The game is modelled on Dragon Quest and plays similarly to that and other 8-bit JRPGs: Heracles can walk around town interacting with hint-providing NPCs, purchase equipment and items at stores and save the game. Battles are turn-based and continue until one side has lost all their HP.

Heracles no Eikou has a few minor improvements to the Dragon Quest formula, such as giving shopkeepers portraits or changing Heracles' sprite to reflect armor changes.
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RPG, July 9, 2016
Heracles no Eikou II: Titan no Metsubou Glory of Heracles II: Titan's Downfall is the second game of the series. Unlike the first game in the series, Heracles is no longer the player-controlled character. Instead, the player takes the role of a young boy living in an age where Heracles is already recognized as a legendary hero. The boy learns that the last-remaining offspring of the Titans has crowned himself the king of darkness, causing chaos across the world, and sets off on a journey to defeat the evil king.
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RPG, June 1, 2017
Hissatsu Doujou Yaburi is an RPG where players fight opponents in Yie Ar Kung-Fu style martial arts battles. The player needs to train for tournaments by encountering and defeating various foes, gaining XP all the while. When strong enough, they can fight a group of enemies one after the other in the tournaments that take place in towns. The player can also walk around towns interacting with friendly NPCs.

This was Sigma Ent Inc.'s first Famicom game: Previously, they had only worked on Arcade games.
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RPG, June 1, 2017
JaJaMaru Gekimaden: Maboroshi no Kinmajou (じゃじゃ丸撃魔伝 幻の金魔城?) is an action role-playing game for the Famicom (NES). It was released in 1990 by Jaleco to a Japan-exclusive market. This video game has not been localized for any other region.

The game is part of the Ninja JaJaMaru-kun series, which had its debut on the Famicom and has had games on several different platforms.
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RPG, July 9, 2016
Ys III: Wanderers from Ys (イースIII – ワンダラーズフロムイース, Īsu Surī – Wandarāzu Furomu Īsu) is an action role-playing game developed by Nihon Falcom Corporation. It is the third game in the Ys series.
Ys III was initially released for the NEC PC-8801 and NEC PC-9801 in 1989, and versions for the MSX2 and Sharp X68000 soon followed. In 1991, a number of console ports were produced: versions for the TurboGrafx-CD, Famicom, Super NES, and Sega Genesis. A port for the PlayStation 2 was released by Taito Corporation in 2005.
The TurboGrafx-CD, Super NES, and Genesis ports, as well as the PSP and PC remakes, Ys: The Oath in Felghana, have received official English-translated releases. In addition, the Famicom and MSX2 ports have been fan-translated.
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RPG, June 1, 2017
Zelda II: The Adventure of Link is an action role-playing video game with platforming elements. The second installment in the The Legend of Zelda series, it was developed and published by Nintendo for the Family Computer Disk System on January 14, 1987, less than a year after the original The Legend of Zelda was released and seven months before North America saw the release of the first Zelda title. The game was released in North America and the PAL region for the Nintendo Entertainment System in late 1988, almost two years after its initial release in Japan.

The Adventure of Link is a direct sequel to the original The Legend of Zelda, again involving the protagonist, Link, on a quest to save Princess Zelda, who has fallen under a sleeping spell. The Adventure of Link's emphasis on side-scrolling and role-playing elements, however, was a significant departure from its predecessor. As of 2016, the game remains the only technical sequel to the original title, as all other entries in the series either are prequels or take place in an alternative reality, according to the official Zelda timeline.

The game was a critical and financial success, and introduced elements such as Link's "magic meter" and the Dark Link character that would become commonplace in future Zelda games, although the role-playing elements, such as experience points, and the platform-style side-scrolling and limited lives have not been used since in canonical games. The next installment in the Legend of Zelda series was The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System.
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