The classic dream team, a union of devs from Square and Enix, competitors at the time, most notably Hironobu Sakaguchi, the creator of Final Fantasy, and Yuji Horii, the creator of Dragon Quest. Also, art by Akira Toriyama, the creator of Dragon Ball.
The game is themed around time travel, features no random encounters and is awesome. And oh god the soundtrack by Yasunori Mitsuda is lovely!
A Mario RPG! By none other than Square itself. The game also doesn't have random encounters and its graphics are prerendered. It also notable because the cartridge used a special chip called SA1.
This game is a generational saga, meaning that your character dies and you take on the role of his son and so on and so forth.
The SaGa series is famous for being open-ended JRPGs. From the beginning, for example, you can chose one of eight characters to play as.
This game features a radar of random encounters so you can avoid some of them. It has in Mystic Ark a spiritual successor.
Apparently, this game used the same special chip on the cartridge as Far East of Eden Zero.
In this unique RPG, you play seven different stories with different main characters that seem unrelated at first, but come together at the end. Also, each of the different chapters has a specific gimmick.
Part of the Metal Max series, this is a remake of the 1st game, released on the NES. It is more open-ended than JRPGs usually are. This game franchise is defined by the vehicles characters can use, improve and fight with.
This is themed around ancient Greece and its myths, specially that of Hercules. It's made by Data East. It's unique in that you can take the body of certain NPCs (become them temporarily).
These Gundam RPGs resemble Dragon Quest and are a part of the SD line of Gundam featuring super deformed versions of them.
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