Top 5 Manga Gaming Genres

Onee-chan Wa Game O Suruto Hito Ga Kawaru Onee-chan has long been considered a genre shoujo-centric; however, its most iconic title may surprise many by taking on any subject matter imaginable. One such title is Fullmetal Alchemist which follows two brothers on an adventure to revive their mother.

Steins;Gate is another game-inspired manga series that has earned high praise due to its time travel premise, engaging characters, accessible storytelling style and nail-biting cliffhangers.


Danganronpa is the perfect game for fans of Phoenix Wright and Japanese visual novels who want a thrilling, dangerous experience. High School students find themselves trapped inside an office building or island due to an evil bear named Monokuma who pits them against each other; their only way out lies through killing another student during Class Trials.

Danganronpa offers an engaging blend of point and click adventure and visual novel gameplay during school life portions of the game, such as Class Trials. Here you must gather evidence against suspects by questioning people to find clues as proof of guilt; when talking with accused characters they often become argumentative so tapping buttons at just the right moment can help defuse arguments quickly and efficiently.

Kingdom Hearts

Kingdom Hearts is an immensely popular video game series. Featuring the crossover of Disney and Square Enix properties in an original fictional universe, these 3rd-person fighting and role-playing games boast 3rd person controls with third person shooting mechanics.

Sora, an 11-year-old boy, becomes separated from his friends Riku and Kairi after Destiny Islands are overtaken by darkness. After finding himself alone on his adventure he acquires the Keyblade weapon, traveling through various worlds where he encounters Disney characters as well as characters from other Square Enix titles.

Though video games are fun to play, they can often take too long and are tedious to complete. Manga offers a more manageable way of experiencing Kingdom Hearts’ story; its faster pacing makes it more accessible to people without much free time to dedicate to video gaming.


Steins;Gate is an intricate science fiction narrative with an avid fanbase who appreciates its complexity of themes. The story explores determinism vs. free will through Okabe’s grandiose delusions and his Future Gadget Laboratory group of friends; their experiments with seemingly useless technology lead them on an unexpected journey as they find out how to send text messages back in time.

Time travel tales have been told many times before (often with much higher production values), yet Steins;Gate stands out with its innovative narrative and likeable characters. Additionally, it fits into an expanding story universe including Robotics;Notes and Chaos;Head series that began as visual novels. A companion anime also features different cast and lighter storyline.

Tales Of Berseria

Tales Of Berseria is the latest mainline entry in the series since Zestiria to tackle dark themes head on. Velvet Crowe, its protagonist, is a woman full of anger who seeks nothing other than revenge against those she holds responsible. She disdains Abbey ideals and believes oppression must be met with resistance – even violent resistance – regardless of what this might cost them in terms of power and respectability.

Berseria looks just as captivating as any Tales game, with characters and environments looking sharp. Additionally, Berseria boasts the series’ traditional combat system as well as new cooking and sea exploration features to increase its overall appeal.

Tales Of Berseria is an essential play for fans of action-adventure genre and bold characters. It tells an engaging tale about resistance and why sometimes violence may be the only effective solution to solving issues.

Dragon Quest

As one of the earliest and most beloved role-playing video games, Dragon Quest (known in North America as Dragon Warrior) established itself as one of the cornerstones of Japanese console RPGs. Created by Yuji Horii and inspired by western role-playing games such as Wizardry and Ultima, its intuitive user interface made the game accessible for newcomers.

Combatting enemy characters earns Experience Points that accumulate over time to level up and unlock new abilities in the character’s repertoire. Some of the most memorable monsters ever created for RPGs were designed by manga artist Akira Toriyama himself!

Dragon Quest stands out from many manga gaming titles by remaining true to its roots and continuing to appeal to audiences for over three decades. Boasting iconic characters, turn-based combat, and humorous jokes that anyone can appreciate – there’s no harm in giving this iconic series a try!

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