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One of the unique gaming markets is Japan, where you can find all sorts of different MMOs for any kinds of players, including both casual and hardcore gamers. Deeply connected to the ancient history of the country, Japanese MMO Games feature a unique combination of past, present and futuristic Asian settings with all sorts of different game genres.

Dragon Quest X

A tenth part of the fantasy JRPG series Dragon Quest

Kantai Collection

Japanese browser game about military vessels in form of anime girls

Super Dragon Ball Heroes World Mission

Card game in the universe of Dragon Ball series

Heart of Crown PC

Anime TCG game with strategy elements

Yu-Gi-Oh! Legacy of the Duelist: Link Evolution

Hardcore TCG in setting of Yu-Gi-Oh! series

Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Links

Online duel game in setting of Yu-Gi-Oh!

Shadowverse CCG

Anime-style TCG with PvE and PvP content

Craftopia

An indie sandbox action RPG featuring the greatest diversity of activities

Dragon’s Dogma Online

Dragon's Dogma Online was an online MMORPG developed by Capcom

Elyon

Elyon is a fantasy RvR MMORPG in steampunk setting developed by creators of TERA.

Phantasy Star Online 2

A PC version of one of the most famous Japanese action MMORPG

Blue Protocol

An action MMORPG in fantasy setting developed by Bandai Namco

Onigiri

An anime-inspired free-to-play Japanese fantasy MMORPG made by CyberStep. Released in 2013.

Final Fantasy 11

Final Fantasy 11 is a fantasy MMORPG series based off of the core Final Fantasy series.

Bleach Online

Bleach Online is a browser fighting game in the setting of extremely popular anime, Bleach.

Final Fantasy 14

Final Fantasy 14 is a pay-to-play fantasy MMORPG based on the worlds of the Final Fantasy series.

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More about Japanese MMO Games

High technological accessibility in Japan allows everyone to enjoy MMO Games whenever they want to, and it includes people of various ages and social groups, such as teenagers, business people, elders or office clerks. There are lots of different MMOs for everyone with unique content and playstyle.

Originally Japanese MMO Games were quite famous for being hardcore, and they required a lot of time; however, a lot of games become more and more accessible for casual players. The developers create an environment where players get rewarded for their actions in any case, so hardcore and casual players can successfully coexist in the same virtual world.

Japan has a unique culture compared to other countries, and it affects the MMO Games as well. Various genres emerge in Japan that allows people to take part in different activities online, such as sports competitions and reality shows. Some of those are only available in Japan, and some have international servers.

Anime as a style came from Japan, and it's an essential part of their culture. Most of the cartoons and MMO Games feature anime-inspired visual style, and a lot of other countries make games with it too. Japanese MMO Games offer players the highest quality anime graphics and familiar characters from different anime projects worldwide. It brings all the fans together to join the massive community.

Best Japanese MMO Games

  • Phantasy Star Online 2 is an MMORPG in a sci-fi setting that allows players to explore the infinite universe filled with futuristic technologies and exotic species on various planets.
  • Final Fantasy XI is a fantasy MMORPG with anime-styled graphics in the setting of original Final Fantasy games. It is a perfect starter MMO game where it is easy to begin playing and hard to master.
  • Blue Protocol is an MMORPG where players explore an unknown planet to find ancient ruins of the old civilization. The game features an in-depth anime character creation system, and it takes Japanese architecture as an inspiration.