Onee-chan Wa Game O Suruto Hito Ga Kawaru Onee-chan can be divided into various genres and audiences. For instance, Naoko Takeuchi’s Pretty Guardian Sailor Moon falls under shojo (young women) “magical girl” manga genre.
Steins;Gate fits this isekai genre well, offering game elements such as characters being transported into another dimension and also providing engaging characterizations and rapid pacing.
If you enjoy Phoenix Wright or Japanese visual novels, Danganronpa could be just what you’ve been searching for. With its dark yet intriguing tale that only gets stranger as it progresses.
It follows high school students (known as Ultimates) trapped inside some kind of facility and forced to kill each other in order to escape. The plot revolves around hope and despair with Makoto Naegi representing hope while Junko Minagawa personifying despair.
Danganronpa originally appeared for handheld consoles but has since made the jump to PCs as well. While its games don’t quite match those found elsewhere on this list in terms of pace, they still offer plenty of excitement and entertainment value. Furthermore, this series has seen numerous light novel and manga adaptations as well as anime adaptations which remain faithful to the games albeit changing some elements for adaptation purposes.
Persona, an offshoot from Atlus’ Shin Megami Tensei series, allows players to battle demons while recruiting personas based on their personality traits to assist in battle. Furthermore, Persona features an expansive story with opportunities for developing relationships among characters.
However, if you prefer shorter stories with simpler plots and less details to digest, this game might not be for you. At times the details can get tiresome or too long-winded for comfort.
Like some Western RPGs, Persona games feature branching dialog that lets players choose how they interact with other characters – though some fans complain that your choices don’t matter much and social links often feel like filler. Persona 5 provides tighter narrative control.
3. Kingdom Hearts
Kingdom Hearts is an innovative game series that brings Disney and Final Fantasy characters together for one of the most original gaming ideas of this century. So beloved is Kingdom Hearts that even manga series have been created around it!
Shiro Amano’s Kingdom Hearts manga adaptation features many of the same elements found in its games, such as character development and fight scenes. The story follows Sora as he travels between worlds while meeting both familiar Disney and Square Enix characters along the way.
Sora’s mission to find his friends forms the core of this manga’s plot, with each new setting providing interesting twists on familiar Disney worlds as well as unexpected twists that will delight fans of the games – although at times it can get somewhat confusing! Fans will appreciate reading it.
4. Dragon Quest
Dragon Quest has long been a classic game that generations of Nintendo Power readers learned about, and still play today (though some older gamers may find its challenges frustrating).
Dragon Quest stands out from more modern RPGs, which tend to emphasize combat, in its focus on world building and character interactions. Although its controls may seem archaic at times, Dragon Quest remains an immensely enjoyable game that puts your imagination to the test!
Toriyama may receive criticism for his female character designs, but his monster designs – such as the winged Golden Slime – remain among some of the most iconic in gaming history.
5. The Legend of Zelda
The Legend of Zelda series from Nintendo video games features an engaging mix of action, adventure, role-playing and puzzle-solving gameplay. These beloved titles are well known for their beautiful environments, innovative game design, entertaining characters and stirring original soundtrack.
Hyrule, which has developed an expansive backstory over time, serves as the setting for each release in this series. These games pioneered several features that would become industry standards over time, such as saving your progress and an efficient targeting system to make 3D combat more manageable.
The graphics may appear somewhat outdated, yet this only adds to their charm. Fans of The Legend of Zelda franchise can also look forward to Akira Himekawa’s well-received manga adaptation which avoids excessive fan service such as featuring revealing costumes or pseudosexual situations that detracts from its storyline.