Games Like Daigaku Gurashi

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i am an avid text roleplayer who enjoys focusing on characters. i am looking for games that allow deep character customization in terms of personality, and then playing as them, seeing how they develop & interact with other characters. the setting/gameplay doesn't matter, i am just looking for a canvas on which to paint fictional personalities.ideally, i should also be able to customize npcs, or at the very least they should be acting by the same rules as the pc.examples of what i'm looking for: crusader kings 2, the sims, daigaku gurashi.please don't suggest df.

Professor Kusama is a faculty member at the school.

She teaches art in room C1-2. She's slightly shorter than the students. She has thin blue eyes and muted green hair, which is tied in low pigtails. She's dressed in a dark suit with a short red tie, and wears watcher earrings. She wears a light pink ring on her right hand. Professor Kusama in V0.18. Professor Kusama's chibi art in-game. Drawn by LovesIcePick. "Please try to behave more professionally." "This is a daigaku.

Try to act more appropriately." Pull yourself together." "You're an adult. I shouldn't have to scold you like this." "You need to start acting your age." "Come on, you're being childish." She is the first school staff member added to the game. She was added in V0.18. She used to have blue Sassy eyes. After YamiToast saw LovesIcePick's rendition of her in a fan art picture, he asked if she wanted to draw replacement textures and they accepted.

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  • Her family name "Kusama" has been in the game's data many updates before it was finally revealed and made canon in V0.73.
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  • It has been confirmed by YamiToast that it is a reference to Yayoi Kusama.
  • A student gets max Trouble if she hears them say the "Christmas cake joke".
  • The player character can have a lewd dream which involves spanking her while she's still wearing pants.
  • Students who like the occult can say they think Suiren is a relative of hers.
  • YamiToast has mentioned that they have the nickname "Sukey".
  • "Sukey" appears in the files but is never seen in-game.
  • She's the only character that can look left and right with their eyes.

Some students claim that they've heard that she stays at school.

Just like Genshin Impact, Immortals Fenyx Rising also deserves props for taking all these inspirations from Nintendo's seminal open-world title and applying it in a manner that is unique for the title itself. It makes for a fun experience that doesn't overstay its welcome either.

Gallery

Release Date
  • August 27, 2013
Platforms
  • PS5
  • PS4
  • PC

This MMORPG started out on the wrong foot before revamping its approach and cementing itself as one of the greatest games in the franchise. An amazing and unheard-of turnaround, Final Fantasy 14 is a game that should be tried out by any fan of either multiplayer games or JRPGs.

The latest expansion, Shadowbringers, is an excellent addition to the lore of this game that ends up taking the quality of this title to a whole new level.

Trivia

Release Date
  • March 23, 2018
Platforms
  • PS4
  • Nintendo Switch
  • PC

Ni No Kuniis a series that deserves all the praise it gets as a charming and entertaining JRPG that will keep fans entertained for hours on end.

The sequel to Wrath of the White Witch ended up improving on pretty much everything in the first game, making Ni No Kuni 2: Revenant Kingdom an amazing experience that no fan of JRPGs should miss out on in the slightest. Its real-time combat should be especially enjoyable for fans of Genshin Impact.

Dragon Quest 11: Echoes Of An Elusive Age

Release Date
  • July 29, 2017
Platforms
  • PS4
  • Xbox One
  • Nintendo Switch
  • Nintendo 3DS
  • Google Stadia
  • PC

It would be impossible to talk about JRPGs without mentioning the legendary Dragon Quest series. While the popularity of this IP in the west might've been muted for the longest time, Dragon Quest 11: Echoes Of An Elusive Age ended up altering this notion to quite an extent.

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All of a sudden, the Dragon Quest series leaped into the mainstream as one of the greatest franchises around. Echoes Of An Elusive Age features a lovable cast of characters and some truly enjoyable combat that turns the game into an incredibly entertaining romp from start to end.

Ys 8: Lacrimosa Of Dana

Release Date
  • September 12, 2017
Platforms
  • PS4
  • PS Vita
  • Nintendo Switch
  • Google Stadia
  • PC

Even if the studio's games have not experienced the same level of commercial success as Final Fantasy or Dragon Quest in the West, Nihon Falcom has been steadily crafting some of the best action RPGs of the last couple of decades. While not the most recent entry in the franchise, Ys 8: Lacrimosa of Dana is the best pick for Genshin Impact fans or anyone remotely interested in hack and slash JRPGs.

The game delivers fantastic fast-paced combat, a party system that allows characters to be swapped on the fly, and takes place on a large fantasy-themed island shrouded in mystery. Each playable character has their own style, skills, strengths, and weaknesses, and they come together to craft a battle system that is simultaneously accessible and deep.

Persona 5 Royal

Release Date
  • March 31, 2020
Platforms
  • PS4

The Shin Megami Tensei series might have a ton of spinoffs, but nothing comes close to the massive popularity of Persona. The latest traditional entry in the series, Persona 5 Royal ends up taking everything established in the last two games and kicking it up a notch.

Playing through this highly polished and stylistic JRPG is a blast from start to end, with the balancing act of turn-based combat and social sim interactions being quite entertaining. While the game's battle system and setting are very different from Genshin Impact, fans of the latter are likely to appreciate Persona 5 Royal's characters and story.

Honkai Impact 3rd

Release Date
  • March 28, 2018
Platforms
  • PC
  • Mobile

Another gacha-style mobile game from MiHoYo, Honkai Impact 3rd is a sleeper hit for one of the most popular and well-received mobile games in the last 10 years. Honkai Impact 3rd has players leveling up their valkyries via either in-game purchases or a well-designed leveling system, then taking them into a fun and exciting 3rd person combat system.

Widely considered to have one of the best combat systems in a mobile game, with hack and slash fare reminiscent of some of the greatest JRPG action titles, Honkai Impact 3rd is sure to satisfy. Whether players want some slashing on the go, or if they're looking to sink hours into the development of a tiny, sword-swinging lady, this title is a great choice.

Tales Of Arise

Release Date
  • September 10, 2021
Platforms
  • PS5
  • PS4
  • Xbox Series X/S
  • Xbox One
  • PC

Bandai Namco's Tales franchise has been a reliable source of above-average action JRPGs since the 1990s, and Tales of Arise stands alongside Symphonia and Vesperia as some of the license's best work. While it does not include a gacha feature, Tales of Arise should satisfy Genshin Impact players looking for story-driven RPGs with frantic and varied combat.

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Once Tales of Arise's party members are all unlocked and start to accumulate Artes, players will find themselves spoiled for choice in how they set up their team. The game's story is also gripping and tackles mature themes in a satisfying and intelligent way. While Tales of Arise takes its narrative very seriously, the campaign knows when to slow things down for a lighthearted bout of banter.

Dragalia Lost

Release Date
  • September 27, 2018
Platforms
  • Mobile

There's no denying that Nintendo makes high-quality games and Dragalia Lost is one of them. The game features a fantastic story and being free-to-play makes it easy for any players to give it a try. With not only a Monster Hunter crossover planned for the future but also likely a Persona 5 Crossover, players will have a lot of new characters to explore from their favorite franchises within the game.

Hyper Light Drifter

Release Date
  • March 31, 2016
Platforms
  • PS4
  • Xbox One
  • Nintendo Switch
  • PC
  • Mobile

A top-down hack and slash adventure with tons of 2d carnage, Heart Machine's Hyper Light Drifter is a great follow-up to any third-person action game. It may be light on RPG elements, but it provides a truly challenging experience in a world that feels completely unique.

And what makes this title singular is the way it handles storytelling. The story is presented in a very Souls-likemanner, with a lot of inferred lore, backstory, and mythology sprinkled throughout hidden pockets in the world. If players really want to learn the aching history of the game, they have to be diligent in finding hidden hallways tucked at the edge of the screen. It's not a prerequisite to enjoy the game, but it's a beautiful example of alternative in-game tale-spinning.

Fire Emblem: Three Houses

Release Date
  • July 26, 2019
Platforms
  • Nintendo Switch

Fire Emblem: Three Houses is the most recent addition to one of Nintendo's oldest franchises, and the 2019 game is a fun advancement in the series' tactical turn-based RPG gameplay. As usual, players will accumulate a party of warriors, cavalry, magic users, archers, and many other units and lead them into a continental conflict.

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Set in the kingdom of Fódlan, the game sets a monastic teacher against forces of political evil, introducing several new mechanics along the way. For the first time in a Fire Emblem game, players can decide between multiple different paths through the story, and there are many mechanical upgrades (like battalions) along the way. It's a deep strategy and role-playing experience, and a slightly more cerebral follow-up to the Genshin Impact experience.

Rumble Road

Release Date
  • October 2016
Platforms
  • PC

One of the best parts of Genshin Impact is how it's free-to-play and convenient to enjoy on mobile devices. So how about a turn-based RPG that can be played for free in a web browser? Created by indie game designer Sean S. LeBlanc for the GBJAM 5, Rumble Road is highly stylized to be reminiscent of an old Gameboy game. The game is also quite long for being created in such a short period of time so players can really sit back and enjoy it.

Another Eden

Release Date
  • January 28, 2019
Platforms
  • PC
  • Mobile

A turn-based JRPG made by some of the same people responsible for Chrono Trigger, Another Edenis another one of the several outstanding mobile games on this list. It is also one of the most story-heavy mobile games ever made. There are hours of the main quest to be experienced, multiple timelines with their own unique characters, and even a handful of side missions to be explored.

The game also features well-written characters with their own voice actors, different modes of difficulty, an intricate leveling system, post-game content, and a fluid turn-based system that gives the experience a classic JRPG feel. Another Eden may not have reinvented the wheel, but it proves resolutely that the wheel turns just fine on a mobile platform.

King's Raid

Release Date
  • February 16, 2017
Platforms
  • Mobile

King's Raid takes the typical gacha trope of having to buy characters and turns it on its head. All the characters in the game are easy to get, so players can have their favorite party members on their team without much difficulty. The tough part is getting strong enough equipment to put them to proper use. With the recently added Lil' Raider update, players will be jumping in just in time to add new line friends onto their crew.

Marvel Strike Force

Release Date
  • March 28, 2018
Platforms
  • Mobile

Marvel Strike Forceis a great game for any superhero fan simply because it features every character under the sun. From Wolverine, Spidey, and Star-Lord, to Iron Man, Ant-Man, and even Luke Cage. Everyone is playable in this game. And while it may be another mobile gacha game to sneak onto this list, it also fits in terms of quality with other definitive Marvel video games.

Combat is a turn-based experience in which players must build a team of heroes and villains that can use their specific attacks, abilities, and ultimate abilities in a synergistic way. It's a surprisingly deep and strategic system for any game, nonetheless a mobile one, and with 75 playable characters to unlock and develop into a team, there is no shortage of replayability.

Shin Megami Tensei: Liberation Dx2

Release Date
  • July 24, 2018
Platforms
  • Mobile

Fans of theShin Megami Tensei franchise will absolutely adore this game. Don't know the series? Liberation Dx2 still makes a solid entry point before the fifth game comes out soon. The game allows players to summon and fuse demons into wild combinations while providing a solid turn-based combat system.

Furthermore, Liberation Dx2 has an augmented reality mode for gacha fans wanting to try something new. Players diving into Shin Megami Tensei: Liberation Dx2 will find a wonderful game waiting for them.

CrossCode

Release Date
  • September 20, 2018
Platforms
  • PS5
  • PS4
  • Xbox Series X/S
  • Xbox One
  • Nintendo Switch
  • PC

Developers Radical Fish started making CrossCode in 2012, resorting to crowdfunding at a certain point to keep the project alive. Now, at the end of the decade, PC and console gamers alike can finally enjoy this complex story and layered gameplay reminiscent of some of old-school gaming's greatest hits.

Set in an in-game MMO called "Cross Worlds," players take control of Lea, a girl who is in a coma in the real world and can only maintain consciousness in this game world. The story is intellectually challenging, mysterious, and the gameplay is immersive and challenging. This title is a great option for any gamer, nonetheless someone coming straight from Genshin Impact.

Public Domains Gacha Game

Release Date
  • April 1, 2019
Platforms
  • Mobile

The bad art might easily fool gacha fans at first but players that give Public Domains Gacha Game a shot will find it's all part of the game's charm. The title was created by Haunted Bees Productions and has a lot of satirical jabs at the gacha games as well as a storyline poking fun at Disney's ongoing issues with public domain laws.

A game produced specifically for April Fools Day has to pack in the humor right? Public Domains Gacha Game is available for free for anyone wanting a good gacha-related laugh after grinding other games for hours.

The Legend Of Zelda: Breath Of The Wild

Release Date
  • March 3, 2017
Platforms
  • Nintendo Switch
  • Nintendo Wii U

It is no secret that MiHoYo's Genshin Impact was heavily influenced by Breath Of The Wild, even going as far as to make Genshin's combat a direct replica of the combat system. But how could it not be, when the influence in question is also one of the greatest achievements in video game history.

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What is there to even say about this game that hasn't already been said? It's one of the most sprawling and alive open worlds ever, full of secrets, enemies, characters, weapons, armors, and hours of spellbinding fun. If players haven't played this title before, then they already know they're missing out. This list is not the first they're hearing about it.

Moonlighter

Release Date
  • May 29, 2018
Platforms
  • PS4
  • Xbox One
  • Nintendo Switch
  • PC
  • Mobile

Moonlighter may actually have one of the most unique premises in video games, and that's saying something! This top-down action RPG has characters taking control of a shopkeeper named Will. Will lives a normal life tending to his wares by day, then transforms into a vigilante knight/Batman/Link by night.

It's a charming story of someone daring to dream, and having to live up to their dreams, and the gameplay is classic 2d third-person action. It's a hack, slash, then sell (if that even exists), and it's a great next step after Genshin's action-packed fun.

The Alchemist Code

Release Date
  • November 14, 2017
Platforms
  • Mobile

The Alchemist Code is a tactical, turn-based RPG with almost too much going on. Menus are crowded, players are always getting new items and rewards, and they also have to take into account daily updates and challenges. So yes, it's loud.

But it's also a very well-designed combat system with a full story and a lot of incentive to keep coming back to play. And, as with the other titles on this list, The Alchemist Code is a staunch reminder of the capabilities of mobile gaming, and how little respect the genre gets (despite examples such as this).

Sdorica

Release Date
  • April 19, 2018
Platforms
  • Mobile

For players looking for an amazing story, Sdorica is a gacha game that will provide it in spades. The game looks simple on the surface but players that dig in will find the combat to be an intricate puzzle to put together. The game also features character art by famed artist NullGhostArt alongside general art that creates a lovely old-school RPG feel. Developer Rayark has previously made rhythm games so don't forget to jam out to the game's fantastic soundtrack!

The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt

Release Date
  • May 19, 2015
Platforms
  • PS4
  • Xbox One
  • Nintendo Switch
  • PC

Whether players are turned on to this game by the new Netflix Series, or by scores of older gamers telling tales of Geralt of Rivia, 3rd person action RPGs don't get much better than The Witcher 3. Players take control of a Witcher named Geralt, a magical mutant designed to hunt monsters, and get caught up in the world shaping struggles that have come to define fantasy tales such as these.

It's an experience full of fun combat, a juicy and enticing world, tons of characters to be schmoozed, millions of conversation trees to be navigated, and more than a few monsters to be slain. For any player looking to sink their teeth into sprawling fantasy RPG, they should look no further than Geralt's third outing.

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