List of unreleased role-playing video games

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This is a comprehensive index of commercial role-playing video games, sorted chronologically by year. Information regarding date of release, developer, publisher, operating system, subgenre and notability is provided where available. The table can be sorted by clicking on the small boxes next to the column headings. This list does not include MUDs or MMORPGs. It does include roguelikes, action RPGs and tactical RPGs.


Video game platforms
3DS Nintendo 3DS
Arcade Arcade game
CROSS Cross-platform
DC Dreamcast
DG32 Dragon 32
DROI Android
DS Nintendo DS
FLA Adobe Flash
FDS Famicom Disk System
FM7 FM-7
FMT FM Towns
GB Game Boy
GBA Game Boy Advance
GBC Game Boy Color
GCN Nintendo GameCube
GEN Sega Genesis / Sega Mega Drive
INT Intellivision
LIN Linux
MAIN Mainframe computer
MOBI Mobile phone
N64 Nintendo 64
NES Nintendo Entertainment System / Famicom
PC60 NEC PC-6001
PC88 NEC PC-8801
PC98 NEC PC-9801
PCD TurboGrafx-CD / PC Engine CD
PCE TurboGrafx-16 / PC Engine
PET Commodore PET
PS1 PlayStation / PSone
PS2 PlayStation 2
PS3 PlayStation 3
PS4 PlayStation 4
PSN PlayStation Network
PSP PlayStation Portable
SAT Sega Saturn
SCD Sega Mega-CD
SG1K Sega SG-1000
SMS Sega Master System
SNES Super NES / Super Famicom
VC Virtual Console (Wii)
VITA PlayStation Vita
X1 Sharp X1
X68K Sharp X68000
Wii Wii
WiiU Wii U
WIN Windows 2000 / XP / Vista / 7 / 8 / 10
WIN9X Windows 9x
WINNT Windows NT
X360 Xbox 360
XOne Xbox One
Types of releases
Rerel The game was re-released on the same platform with no or only minor changes.
Port The game first appeared on a different platform and a port was made. The game is like the original, with few or no differences.
Remake The game is an enhanced remake of an original, released on the same or different platform, with changes to graphics, sound and/or gameplay.
Comp A compilation, anthology or collection of several titles, usually (but not always) belonging to the same series.
Limit A special release (often called "Limited" or "Collector's Edition") with bonus collector's material. Often provided to people who pre-order a game.
Genre notes
Action RPG Action role-playing game
Tactical RPG Tactical role-playing game
Roguelike Roguelike
Eroge Japanese game featuring erotic content
MMORPG Massively multiplayer online role-playing game
Turn-based Turn-based game
Real-time Real-time game
FPS/RPG First-person shooter / RPG hybrid (role-playing shooter)
RTS/RPG Real-time strategy / RPG hybrid (real-time strategy RPG)
CRPG Computer-style role-playing game
JRPG Japanese-style role-playing game
Dungeon crawl Dungeon crawl
Monster raising Pet-raising simulation
Card battle Collectible card game
Blobber First-person party-based RPG
Sandbox Open world RPG


Year Title Developer Publisher Setting Platform Subgenre Series/Notes COO
TBD (??) Black Army, The Fade Blue Fade Blue Fantasy WIN, OSX Action RPG
TBD (??) Broken Crown: Escaping Titan Broken Crown Games Broken Crown Games Sci-fi / Post-apocalyptic WIN, OSX, OUYA Action RPG NA
TBD (??) Bubble Revolt WiseMatrix Fantasy MOBI Tactical RPG[1]
TBD (??) Kingdom Come: Deliverance Warhorse Warhorse Historical WIN, PS4, XOne NA
TBD (??) Man of Prey Apeiron Buka Sci-Fi WIN Tactical RPG[2]
TBD (??) Phase: Exodus Horns & Hoofs Dystopia WIN Tactical RPG[3]
TBD (??) SD Gundam G Generation Advance Bandai Sci-Fi GBA Tactical RPG[4]
TBD (??) Vandal Hearts DS Fantasy DS
Cancelled Sword of Legendia Namco Bandai Fantasy Wii Spin-off of Tales of Legendia for PS2.
Cancelled Warrior's Lair Idol Minds
SCE San Diego Studio
Sony Computer Entertainment Fantasy PS3, VITA


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