The Prettiest Game I Saw at the Tokyo Game Show

Among my personal Japan-only favorites is the PlayStation RPG Walk Over My Corpse (Ore no Shikabane wo Koeteyuke). It took sumi-e style graphics, turn-based combat, and a breeding system to make an infinitely replayable classic. Now, a decade-and-a-half after its release, the sequel was playable at this year's TGS. » 9/27/13 7:00am 9/27/13 7:00am

It’s Worth Walking Over a Few Corpses To Play This Classic JRPG

Before the 128-bit era, many Japanese games, especially RPGs, never left Japanese shores. But over the years, many of these classic, never-before-localized games have been released in English on consoles and handhelds. Walk Over My Corpse (Ore no Shikabane wo Koeteyuke) » 6/01/12 6:00am 6/01/12 6:00am, however, remains one of the few great JRPGs…

Classic Japan-Only RPG Remaster Looks Beautiful on the PSP

Walk Over My Corpse (Ore no Shikabane wo Koeteyuke) » 5/29/12 6:00am 5/29/12 6:00am is one of the great Japanese RPGs of the PS1 era that was never released outside of Japan. With its Sumi-e style graphics, complex class-based battle system, and in-depth breeding mechanic, missing out on it is truly a loss for RPG fans the world over. Luckily,…