50 Games Like Fatal Theory


Cyberdimension Neptunia: 4 Goddesses Online, Minimon, and Xenoblade Chronicles X are our top selection to play today.

The latest addition in this selection are Temtem released the 21 January 2020 and ranked #37, DRAGON BALL Z: KAKAROT released the 16 January 2020 and ranked #22, GOD EATER 3 released the 12 December 2018 and ranked #40.

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This suggestion collection includes Massive Multiplayer Online (MMO) JRPG (Japanese RPG) games for Android, Win Mobile, PS4 (Playstation 4), Xbox One, Switch, PC Windows, Mac OS, Linux and 3DS. The order in this selection is not absolute, but the best games tends to be up in the list.

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Fatal Theory is nostalgic beat-em-up action with a fresh twist of ENDLESS AERIAL RAVE COMBOS and a killer illustrated story. Exercise your carnage muscle by smashing through huge hordes of unlovable fiends and take your crummy city back from the forces of hell!

1# Cyberdimension Neptunia: 4 Goddesses Online - 2017


Cyberdimension Neptunia: 4 Goddesses Online ( CYBER DIMENSION NEPTUNE, Yon Megami Onrain CYBER DIMENSION NEPTUNE, lit. Four Goddesses Online: CYBER DIMENSION NEPTUNE) is a Japanese role-playing video game developed by Tamsoft and published by Compile Heart in Japan and Idea Factory in the west. Despite the title, the game is a single-player game with an online cooperative multiplayer option. This is the first Neptunia game to use Unreal Engine 4, as well as the first spin-off game to be released on Playstation 4 rather than the Playstation Vita.

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2# Minimon - 2016


Early Access

Start an adventure in a world full of monster hunters! A huge monster RPG that can be played either in single player or MMORPG mode. Includes PvP, trading, split screen, gamepad support and cross-platform online support!

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3# Xenoblade Chronicles X - 2015


Xenoblade Chronicles X is an action role-playing video game and a part of the Xeno series of video games, serving as a spiritual successor to Xenoblade Chronicles on the Wii. In a similar fashion to the original, the game plays as an open world role-playing video game, with an emphasis on exploration. Traveling can take place on foot, or in large humanoid robots, approximately four times the height of the average playable character, called "Skells" ("Dolls" in the Japanese version), that the player may opt to control. The Skells have the ability to fly, traverse water, and transform into vehicles such as motorcycles or tanks. Aerial battles will also take place in the game.

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9# The Elder Scrolls Online - 2014


Join over 10 million players in the award-winning online multiplayer RPG and experience limitless adventure in a persistent Elder Scrolls world. Battle, craft, steal, or explore, and combine different types of equipment and abilities to create your own style of play. No game subscription required.

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10# FallenSouls - 2015


Climb to the heights of the PvP Arena, and to be the number one by defeating the strongest heroes your server has to offer! Band together with friends and take on epic dungeons, defeat powerful bosses, and reap rewards and treasures beyond imagination. Recruit powerful mercenary monsters to assist you in fighting back the rising ride of evil.

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13# Final Fantasy XIV: Heavensward - 2015


Final Fantasy XIV: Blue Heavens of Ishgard) is the first expansion pack to Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn, a massively multiplayer online role-playing game (MMORPG) developed and published by Square Enix for Microsoft Windows, Mac OS X, PlayStation 3, and PlayStation 4. The expansion pack was released as a standalone product for current players, as well as an "all-in-one" bundle containing A Realm Reborn and Heavensward. Main article: Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn  Gameplay The gameplay and quest structure of Heavensward largely match that of its base game. In addition to new dungeons and raids, Heavensward introduces three new player versus player (PvP) modes.

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16# RPG Justice Chronicles - 2015


Darkness that lurks in history In Illumica, an invasion of the enemy lands of Laft is being planned. Blood-soaked battles between enemy tribes, darkness energy widely misused, huge monsters called Vasists... And a young girl whose life is in danger in the midst of the fighting. The characters fight against their destinies, and in the course of time, they will face a desperate battle against the split of history and the evil that lurks there.

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17# Dragon Project - 2017


A new action and strategy-based multiplayer role-playing experience, previously ranked #1 in the Japan App Store and Play Store*. You are a Hunter on a mission: team up with friends to slay monsters, gather precious materials to forge and upgrade your own weapons and armor, then enhance them with Magi to acquire powerful skills. - Explore the open Kingdom of Heiland in stunning 3D - Meet unique characters and discover their stories - Complete Missions and hunt monsters to gather precious material - Hundreds of ferocious monsters from fearsome Fiends to mighty Behemoths - Join forces with friends in real-time co-op play - Dual Blades or one mighty Bow?

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21# Tkl Online - 2015


Tkl Online (TO) is an MMO-style single player RPG created with RPG Maker VX. You are a human in the world of Orbis Terrarum, in which monsters and magic are real. Orbis Terrarum is a free-roaming open world where you have the freedom to become anything you want.

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23# Lineage 2: Revolution - 2017


Lineage 2: Revolution is a mobile MMORPG game licensed by NCSoft and developed by Netmarble, set 100 years before NCSoft's Lineage II. The player progresses through the game by taking quests and killing mobs. The game is set in the same world of Lineage II, originally released in 2003, and features instanced dungeons, PVP, clan wars, raids and a series of quests to advance the story line. However, the gameplay has been specifically adapted to better fit mobile devices by Netmarble; for example, quests are automated, with the character executing them automatically and even killing mobs alone after selecting one.

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