Fun games to entertain you after a long day.
Most role-playing games require creating your own squad to fight malicious plots, or join your teammates in fierce battles to protect your homeland. However, there are still some exceptions, leaning more towards the humorous genre, playing to where you will laugh “belly”. Here are the top 6 funniest role-playing games ever.
Toby Fox made a strong impression after launching Undertale – a 2D role-playing game with a humorous element that he developed largely. You will play a character named Frisk – a child who has fallen into a place called the Underground filled with various monsters.
In addition to the remarkable classic art style, the game was also praised for its storytelling and use of humorous elements to weave that story. This humor is often reflected in the dialogue between you and the monsters the protagonist encounters on the road. Many of these monsters also give the player a choice between fighting or trying to befriend them. And of course, at times like that, there can be witty jokes depending on the circumstances.
After Super Mario RPG: Legend of the Seven Stars received enthusiastic support from fans, Nintendo decided to give this game genre a chance to be released on Nintendo 64 with Paper Mario version. This time, however, it is Intelligent Systems (as opposed to Square) who will be contracted to help bring this project to fruition.
As the name implies, the characters in this game are made in the style of paper folded into a human figure. It may sound a bit strange, but it is this style that has evolved and helped shape the entire series. However, it is the use of humor that has made Paper Mario one of the most memorable role-playing games to this day.
South Park: The Stick Of Truth
Either way, when you play South Park: The Stick of Truth, you will also have a lot of laughter. This game is inspired by the famous South Park cartoon, and you don’t even need to play the game, just watching the movie is enough to laugh. After 25 seasons and 1 full-length movie, South Park is still as “hot” as the first day.
In the game version of South Park: The Stick of Truth, the fun is doubled. This role-playing game has brought the humor of the cartoon version to a new shore, taking advantage of the existing comedy pieces of the series and mocking typical motifs in the gaming industry to create humorous things. . In addition, the role-playing gameplay of this role is still invested, providing great experiences for players to immerse themselves in the world of South Park.
Earthbound is one of the first names mentioned when talking about the origins of RPGs. In particular, it also added humorous elements in a clever way, making the game’s plot more interesting and optimistic. Unlike traditional role-playing games, Earthbound has a contemporary setting.
Players will take on the role of Ness – a young boy who discovers a meteorite. Inside this meteorite is an alien monster named Giygas, and it is destroying most of the land where Ness lives. So Ness, along with his friends Poo, Jeff, and Paula joined hands to go to the 8 Sanctuaries to collect the Sound Stones to stop Giygas’s plan.
DeathSpank is the work of two game makers Clayton Kauzlaric and Ron Gilbert, famous for the game Monkey Island. DeathSpank belongs to the role-playing game genre and focuses a lot on the humorous element. The game was released in 2010 on platforms including PC, Mac OS X, PS3 and Xbox 360.
The game is set in the Middle Ages in a fantasy world, for players to transform into a famous hero, carrying on a mission to find objects called The Artifact. You will cross many different towns and villages, scattered throughout the map, helping others to get better rewards and equipment. After the first game was released and successful, the game also released two more parts, DeathSpank: Thongs of Virtue and DeathSpank: The Baconing.
Mario & Luigi: Bowser’s Inside Story
The Mario & Luigi series always brings humor and playfulness. Of the 5 games in the original series, Mario & Luigi: Bowser’s Inside Story is considered the best part. This game was released on the Nintendo DS in 2009. This part is most special in that in addition to Mario and Luigi, you can also play Bowser.
The story begins when two plumber brothers are accidentally swallowed by Browser, so they both have to find a way out and help Browser deal with other bad guys. The game is divided into 2 screens, above is the Browser and below are 2 Mario brothers. With unique gameplay and a humorous storyline, this game is highly appreciated by many gamers for its great entertainment.