The deadest genre just continues to get deader as three—yes, three!—new Japanese role-playing games hit U.S. shores today.
The first Dragon Fantasy, a wonderful old-school JRPG-style game, is coming to PS3 and Vita. No release date quite yet.
Here's one more reason to get your hands on a Vita: Dragon Fantasy Book II, the sequel to NES-style iOS JRPG Dragon Fantasy, is coming to Sony's portable system (and PlayStation 3) next year.
When you're 14 years old and set out to make a game, you don't anticipate it will take 16 years to complete. Nor do you imagine the hero of your RPG to be a balding, tubby knight based on your father. Adam Rippon certainly didn't expect any of this, and his game, Dragon Fantasy, is all the better for it.