The 12 Best Classic Style JRPGs on Steam

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Last Dream

Remember picking your party's class options at the start of the original Final Fantasy on the NES? You get that same experience here with Last Dream  except your choices impact the game in more than just the combat lineup. Each class has a different town and overland map abilities.

Choice is a big element in Last Dream. On top of choosing your class options, you can choose from six different difficulty levels, as well as three different combat encounter rates.

With a huge world and lots to do, Last Dream is something you could easily sink 50 to 100 hours into if you love the old-school style but prefer it reimagined with some modern tweaks.

Published Jan. 6th 2020

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