The cursor is an essential graphic element in video games since it is responsible for echoing the movement of the joystick to be able to select objects, perform actions, etc. Therefore, this post will analyze its evolution within the JRPGs.
Suikoden is a JRPG with a world whose gods are known as the 27 True Runes. These runes have interesting representations that will be analyzed in this post.
A video game has all kinds of interfaces. Therefore, in this post, it’s decided to present an analysis of the interface of the JRPG battle screen “Ni no Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch.
The dialog box conveys what characters are saying and it’s a UI element the player is going to see over and over again. That’s why its’ design needs special attention.
The inspiration for creating an interface can come from multiple parties. A great example of this is the Tales of the Abyss menu screen, because it’s like a postcard.
In recent years, my obsession to acquire Art Books increased, so now I have a small collection of them. This made me observe how each book has a different utility. So, I want to talk about them to help the Art Books lovers as me to decide what to buy according to their needs.
For enjoying a video game, the player has to feel immersed on it, and that’s why its creators have to work in each component that forms it. Some of these elements have been discussed in this blog, however it’s time to add another visual item to the analysis list: the World Map.
An icon is an image or symbol that represents a concept and, inside JRPG video game, these are very aware inside the main menu.
I recently finished one called “I am Setsuna”. I decided to play it when I read about how it was inspired in “Chrono Trigger”, one of the best games I ever played.