I said in my first post that I wanted to make a roguelike JRPG. But what does that even mean, exactly? What are the fundamental features that make a game a JRPG? How could those best be translated into the traditional roguelike framework? What do they bring to the table in terms of clarity and flexibility?
Good questions, all. Let’s get into it! Continue reading “Towards a Better Roguelike: Breaking Down the JRPG”