Bitmap Books to release a compilation on Japanese role-playing games


Bitmap Books to release a compilation on Japanese role-playing games

Role-playing games are one of the most important genres in the history of video games, and especially the Japanese variant has been vital since its inception. The Bitmap Books publishing house presents an extensive compilation on the history of the JRPG, with great classics such as Final Fantasy, Dragon Quest, Suikoden, Panzer Dragoon and much more.

If you like JRPGs and want to know more about their history and legacy, the definitive guide will arrive on June 14 from Bitmap Books, which has prepared an enviable presentation, with over 600 full color pages, hard cover and two different editions, both available on its official website.

The Bitmap Books compilation covers all the history of JRPGs, from 8-bit times to the present, without neglecting heavyweights like Pokémon, Fire Emblem or the aforementioned sagas, or more “modern” IPs like Persona or Shin Megami Tensei. In other words, from 1982 to 2020, with a multitude of anecdotes and curiosities.

In collaboration with the author Kurt kalata, A Guide to Japanese Role-Playing Games includes more than 370,000 words, with statements and interviews to mythical developers from Japan, opinions of journalists, illustrations, full color images and even art sections from all the main sagas of the JRPG genre.

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If the standard edition already has a first-rate presentation, wait until you see what the collector’s edition includes. Limited to only 2000 units, this edition will include a exclusive cardboard sleeve, postcards, a personalized bookmark, a poster and up to a 2GB USB drive, with demos and trial versions of indie-cut JRPG games currently in development.

Bitmap Books releases this incredible compilation next June 14th (here you can know other news), At a price of 34.99 pounds, and available for all those who want to know the exciting history of Japanese role-playing games.

Source: Bitmap Books


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