Grand Knights History is set in the fantasy world of Rystia, which is divided into three warring kingdoms: Logres, the Ancient Kingdom, ruled by King Fausel; Union, the Kingdom of Knights, ruled by King Leon; and Avalon, the Kingdom of Magic, ruled by Queen Muse. The player is the head of a newly-formed group of knights, who allies with one of the warring nations. Upon their employment, the mercenaries are assigned the young assistant Liscia, who aids them on their campaigns for the chosen nation. 

During their campaigns, the group collect relics known as the Saint's Treasures; cross paths with the witch Mira; and a band commanded by the Masked Knight, who knows Liscia and attempts to take her into hiding against her will. During one mission to rescue Bishop Noyce of Rystia's Saint's Church, an ancient demon called the King of Chaos begins breaking free of its prison. Noyce, recognising Liscia as Lorendina, last descendant of a mythical hero called the Saint, plans to kill her before she can be used as a sacrifice to empower the King of Chaos. The Masked Knight, named Cerueila, was her assigned protector. 

Last Ranker is a role-playing video game where players take on the role of protagonist Zig as he battles his way through the ranks of the military group Bazalta.[1] The game has Zig navigating 3D environments in towns and the countryside areas, fulfilling missions for Bazalta and unlocking new areas of the world as Zig's Ranker status improves within Bazalta.[2][3] Zig can wear equipment and accessories that both change his appearance and alter his abilities and statistics. He can also equip two weapon types; a sword as his main weapon, and a subweapon. 

Gensō Suikoden: Tsumugareshi Hyakunen no Toki is a traditional console role-playing video game featuring three-dimensional characters and environments.[3] To progress through the game, players must travel through various environments, interact with non-player characters and battle enemies to advance the story.[3] Players take control of a party of up to six characters out of a possible 108, which are recruited from one of three time periods of the game's world: the present, 100 years ago, and 200 years ago. Each character is classified as one of eight combat job classes: Medicine User, Bard, Ninja, Martial Artist, Archer, Spearman, Wizard, and Swordsman, or a craftsman class such as Blacksmith, Magic Stone Craftsman, or Cook, each with their own distinct abilities and statistics.[3] Characters may take on new sub-jobs by altering their equipment.[4] By using the "Skill Transmission System", characters from the past may teach others of the same job class new abilities which have been "lost in time".[ 

The game is set in a distant future, based around the fictional city "Kaiserhald".[4] In the game's world, "Sol" has the power to create miracles, but is hoarded by Kaiserhald and its "Machine Church".[4] The "Sol Trigger" is a group of people who oppose their corrupt use of the "Sol", and they fight to stop them.[4]

Crisis Core is an action role-playing game in which the player controls Zack Fair. The player moves Zack through and between open areas, allowing him to talk with non-player characters, interact with the environment, and engage monsters in battle. At save points, the player may opt to take one of the available side missions, and if so, Zack is moved to a special area to complete the mission, which usually involves defeating one or more monsters. If the mission is successfully completed, the player is rewarded with beneficial items, and often new missions become available. Whether the player is successful in the side mission or not, upon completion, Zack is returned to the save point in the main game 

fter beating the game and watching the credits, the player can save over their current playthrough. The new file is marked with a star and is entitled "Epilogue". Resuming the game from the star-marked file allows the player to continue the game from the last save point but with access to the new Roster feature under Settings. Roster allows the player to place the guest characters Wataru, Meena, Kee Keema, Mitsuru and Kutz into their party any time they please; the guest characters are now at Level 60+ and have new equipment and abilities. There will also be an extra part of the game to complete, The Earthrift. 

Final Fantasy III[a] is a role-playing video game developed and published by Square for the Family Computer. The third installment in the Final Fantasy series, it is the first numbered Final Fantasy game to feature the job-change system. The story revolves around four orphaned youths drawn to a crystal of light. The crystal grants them some of its power, and instructs them to go forth and restore balance to the world. Not knowing what to make of the crystal's pronouncements, but nonetheless recognizing the importance of its words, the four inform their adoptive families of their mission and set out to explore and bring back balance to the world. 

Jeanne d'Arc est un jeu vidéo de rôle tactique, développé par Level-5 et édité par Sony Computer Entertainment sur PlayStation Portable. Il est sorti le 22 novembre 2006 au Japon et le 21 août 2007 en Amérique du Nord.