ConsoleNameDeveloperLucca's Observations
GBABreath of FireCapcomIt's Ryu, but on a tinier screen!
SNESBreath of FireCapcomCapcom's take on the traditional JRPG with a lot of dragons
SwitchBreath of Fire (NSO)CapcomSee SNES
Wii UBreath of Fire (VC)CapcomSee SNES
PS2Breath of Fire: Dragon QuarterCapcomHeavily criticized for requiring multiple playthroughs
GBABreath of Fire IICapcomMore polished than the SNES version, but gives up graphically in the process
SNESBreath of Fire IICapcomDirect sequel to BoF I
SwitchBreath of Fire II (NSO)CapcomSee SNES
Wii UBreath of Fire II (VC)CapcomSee SNES
PSXBreath of Fire IIICapcomMore Ryu, but with more dragon forms! Intoduces the Master System and Faerie Town features
PSPBreath of Fire III (DL only)CapcomSlightly enhanced port of the original, with improved music and some minor tweaks to graphics and gameplay
VitaBreath of Fire III (DL only)CapcomSee PSP
PSXBreath of Fire IVCapcomEven more Ryu, pretty sprites, and a new combo system
PSPBreath of Fire IV (PSone Classics)CapcomSee PSX
PS3Breath of Fire IV (PSone Classics)CapcomSee PSX
VitaBreath of Fire IV (PSone Classics)CapcomSee PSX
Xbox 360Dead RisingCapcomSmashing hordes of zombies in a chaotic mall with a leveling system, unforgiving game timer, survivors to rescue, and pictures to take
PS4Dead Rising (DL only)CapcomSee 360, but with more save slots and graphical upgrades
Xbox SeriesDead Rising (DL only)CapcomSee PS4
Xbox OneDead Rising (DL only)CapcomSee PS4
WiiDead Rising: Chop Till You DropTose/CapcomReplaces the game-spanning countdown clock with timed missions, no free-roaming the mall between missions, and over-the-shoulder gunplay
NESDestiny of an EmperorCapcomRomance of the Three Kingdoms-themed, auto-battle system
PS3Dragon's DogmaCapcomOpen-world ARPG with some grappling elements and lots of customizability
Xbox 360Dragon's DogmaCapcomWestern-styled ARPG with monster grappling, a customizable avatar, and additional customizable helper
Xbox OneDragon's Dogma: Dark ArisenCapcomSee PS3
SwitchDragon's Dogma: Dark ArisenCapcomSee 360
PS3Dragon's Dogma: Dark ArisenCapcomSpoiler alert: All roads lead to Gran Soren! Enhanced/remastered version of the original with additional content
PS4Dragon's Dogma: Dark ArisenCapcomSee 360
Xbox 360Dragon's Dogma: Dark ArisenCapcomAn enhanced and expanded version of the original, with a new dungeon and lots of player feedback incorporated
JP 3DSE.X. TroopersCapcomSee JP PS3, with some bonus AR features
JP PS3E.X. TroopersCapcom/HexaDriveA manga-styled Lost Planet spinoff, with materials to gather and trecherous terrain to traverse
GBAMega Man Battle NetworkCapcomTactical real-time combat, learning skills from enemies, and memeable spritework
Wii UMega Man Battle Network (VC)CapcomSee GBA
GBAMega Man Battle Network 2CapcomMore or less the same as the first, but a bit more customizable, and no auto-healing after every battle
Wii UMega Man Battle Network 2 (VC)CapcomSee GBA
GBAMega Man Battle Network 3: Blue/WhiteCapcomMore customizable than its predecessors, each version has different chips available
Wii UMega Man Battle Network 3: Blue/White (VC)CapcomSee GBA
GBAMega Man Battle Network 4: Blue Moon/Red SunCapcomNow emotions must be controlled during battle, and fusion (like traditional MM) is available
Wii UMega Man Battle Network 4: Blue Moon/Red Sun (VC)CapcomSee GBA
DSMega Man Battle Network 5: Double Team DSCapcomHas content from both versions of MMBN 5 as well as additional content
GBAMega Man Battle Network 5: Team Colonel/Team ProtomanCapcomYou've seen it before, but now there are powerful Dark Chips!
Wii UMega Man Battle Network 5: Team Colonel/Team Protoman (VC)CapcomSee GBA
GBAMega Man Battle Network 6: Cybeast Falzar/Cybeast GregarCapcomFinal game in the series, a bit more limitations on chip arrangement, stronger fusions
Wii UMega Man Battle Network 6: Cybeast Falzar/Cybeast Gregar (VC)CapcomSee GBA
DSMega Man Star Force 2: Zerker X Ninja/Zerker X SaurianCapcomSee above, but with a few more transformations
DSMega Man Star Force 3: Black Ace/Red JokerCapcomSee above, with version-specific transformations, more customizable commands, and the ability to become Mega Man at any time
DSMega Man Star Force: Dragon/Leo/PegasusCapcomSeparate from but plays in a similar manner to the MMBN series, except with a vertical grid and more limited dodging
PS2Mega Man X: Command MissionCapcomIt's Mega Man X, but it's also turn-based? Now I've seen everything!
GameCubeMega Man X Command MissionCapcomDungeon Crawler
GB+GBCMetal WalkerCapcomPokemon + robots + billiards = Metal Walker
PS2Monster HunterCapcomThese monsters aren't gonna hunt themselves! Origin of the popular series
Wii UMonster Hunter 3 UltimateCapcom/EightingSimilar to Monster Hunter Portable 3rd, but adds in underwater combat and has local multiplayer
3DSMonster Hunter 3 UltimateCapcom/EightingAn expanded version of Monster Hunter Tri (Wii), improving weapons and armor; was the first game to incorporate the Circle Pad Pro accessory
3DSMonster Hunter 4 UltimateCapcom/EightingGets rid of underwater combat, adds the ability to scale both walls and monsters, adds Exploration Missions and new weapon types
PSPMonster Hunter: FreedomCapcomAn enhanced/expanded handheld port of the first Monster Hunter game
PSPMonster Hunter: Freedom 2CapcomAn enhanced/expanded handheld port of the second Monster Hunter game (which was previously Japan-only)
PS4Monster Hunter: WorldCapcomSee XBO
Xbox OneMonster Hunter: WorldCapcomDoes away with the zones of previous entries in favor of a connecting, evolving, and reactive ecosystem with more monsters to slay and scavenge!
PSPMonster Hunter Freedom UniteCapcomA further enhanced verion of Freedom 2, with more monsters, missions, pieces of equipment, and the addition of Felyne fighters to provide assistance
3DSMonster Hunter GenerationsCapcomNew features include upgrading armor using scavenged materials, mutated monster forms, different attack stypes for each weapon, and special moves to charge during hunting
SwitchMonster Hunter Generations UltimateCapcomAdds new monsters, new hunting styles, changes the control scheme (for obvious reasons), and spiffs up the graphics from the original
JP PSPMonster Hunter Portable 3rdCapcomTakes elements from Freedom Unite and Tri but is its own game, now multiple Felynes can assist in combat
SwitchMonster Hunter RiseCapcomMonster hunting, now with doggo pals and many more combat options; iterates on ideas from both World and previous games
3DSMonster Hunter StoriesCapcom/MarvelousA far more traditional turn-based RPG than other entries, with strong monster collecting and raising elements
SwitchMonster Hunter Stories 2: Wings of RuinCapcomSame fun monster hatching and turn-based training gameplay loop as its predecessor, improved battle mechanics and lots of open areas to explore
WiiMonster Hunter TriCapcomAdds an underwater ecosystem to the tried-and-true monster-slaying formula
GBAOnimusha TacticsCapcomTechnically an SRPG side story to the main series, but has a similar plot
JP DSRockman.EXE: Operate Shooting StarCapcomA port of Mega Man Battle Network with some additional Star Force content thrown in
JP GBARockman EXE 4.5: Real OperationCapcomNot part of the MMBN story, gives you the ability to control multiple Navis
JP FCSweet HomeCapcomWithout this, Resident Evil doesn't exist; a horror turn-based game with character permadeath
JP FCTenchi o Kurau II: Shokatsu Koumei DenCapcomPlays just like the first, just never localized
NESWillowCapcomYes, based off the 80's movie with Warwick Davis and Val Kilmer. Solid ARPG gameplay!