JRPG Enemies You Always See on Your Quest


While the world of Japanese RPGs isn’t nearly what it once was, there are still a number of games that are released each and every year.  While Western developers have gotten a stronghold on the genre, that doesn’t mean they’re not worth a mention.  In fact, as Andy Kluth rightly says and points out, it’s hard to shake the feeling that you know exactly what to expect when it comes to a JRPG.

Deep down you know that some kind of ancient evil will awaken to potentially wreak havoc on everyone’s world.  Or may you’ll see some sexy teens fighting monsters so that they feel more powerful for no reason whatsoever.  While the games are still fun, they are getting more familiar by the shipment.  With that said, Kluth came up with some amazingly funny enemy types that you always tend to see in JRPGs.  Here’s a sampling of a few that you’ll get a kick out of.




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