I would go with Dark Souls, but The Witcher 2 is a close second. --- Don't forget to activate the quantum cheese grader or the ninja monkeys will attack and drink all the root beer God put on the moon. XBL GT - xxpurplehayzexx
#2singhellotakuPosted 7/6/2013 12:28:43 AM
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#3z1hayze(Topic Creator)Posted 7/6/2013 12:29:51 AM
Thanks for contributing. --- Don't forget to activate the quantum cheese grader or the ninja monkeys will attack and drink all the root beer God put on the moon. XBL GT - xxpurplehayzexx
#4EternalIdolsPosted 7/6/2013 12:40:02 AM
Depends on what you are in the mood for:
Eternal Sonata and Blue Dragon are both great if you like old school JRPGS
Any of the Fallout or Elder Scroll games are are also awesome
If I had to pick one RPG on the 360 it would have to be Fallout 3.
#5vigorm0rtisPosted 7/6/2013 12:58:22 AM
ME trilogy. --- "'Grab the guns!' 'What about the troll?' 'Leave the troll.'"--ATHF
#6beastwarkingPosted 7/6/2013 1:00:06 AM
Exclusive - Blue Dragon. I love the old school combat, what with the different class skills and multitude of spells. The music kicks all sorts of ass, and the story isn't half bad either. The only problem is that voice acting can be pretty bad at times, with special consideration going to Maru Maru.
Overall - Fallout New Vegas. I haven't played the 360 version, but I'm sure it's a better build than the PS3 version. Given that I hold it in such high regard, I can't imagine there being too many RPGs that are much better out there. With all that said, the game has a great story, fun world, interesting characters, a great soundtrack (though not as good as 3's), and good voice acting. Just a great game that is hampered by quite a few bugs.
This generation, if anyone was wondering, would go Ni No Kuni at #1, Xenoblade Chronicles at #2, and Fallout New Vegas at #3 --- ba-weep-gra-na-weep-ninny-bong Hail to the king, baby
#7z1hayze(Topic Creator)Posted 7/6/2013 1:07:06 AM
I am looking for an RPG that will last me a few months since I will be canceling my gamefly subscription for awhile. Fallout New Vegas does look kind of interesting, especially since the ultimate edition is only $20. Any other opinions are still appreciated. --- Don't forget to activate the quantum cheese grader or the ninja monkeys will attack and drink all the root beer God put on the moon. XBL GT - xxpurplehayzexx
#8vigorm0rtisPosted 7/6/2013 1:27:46 AM
NV might be your best bet, then. Kingdoms of Amalur has a ton of content... if you can be bothered to get to it. Game's too big for it's own good, it's not interesting enough to warrant the hours it takes to do everything.
Also always Skyrim, if you're into Bethesda's stuff. The 'legendary' edition just came out. --- "'Grab the guns!' 'What about the troll?' 'Leave the troll.'"--ATHF
#9JukainPosted 7/6/2013 1:30:01 AM
Depends on what day you ask me. I'll either say Dark Souls, MagnaCarta II, Lost Odyssey, Dragon Age: Origins, or Tales of Vesperia. --- "In peace, vigilance. In war, victory. In death, sacrifice." ~ The Grey Wardens http://www.trueachievements.com/mygames.aspx?gamerid=71900
#10XenobowPosted 7/6/2013 1:38:07 AM
Lost Odyssey - turn-based Tales of Vesperia - active battle system Infinite Undiscovery - real time The Last Remnant - strategic rpg