Quite a lot of my favourite games have a medieval setting, now that I think about it.
The Elder Scrolls series
The Zelda series
Final Fantasy 6
The Golden Sun series (to some extend)
At 1/10/13 05:58 PM, Ragnarokia wrote:
Medievil is always a classic game and one of the beloved classics. I would also say some RPGs like FF9 and FF4, also FF6 and quite a few of them actually. Also added to that Morrowind. People could argue FF9 isn't due to the Steampunk themed Lindblum but the majority of it, including Pandemonium is more medivilish brought together than other genres.
Still, I thought FF9 had more a late 17th century setting actually. Of course there are medieval themed areas, but places like Lindblum, Treno and Alexandria seemed to have developed well past the medieval times. There's also airships and balloons and stuff which is even more late 18th century.
At 1/10/13 06:11 PM, Back-To-Purgatory wrote:
people who don't know the difference between medieval and fantasy
It's just how you want to define it.
If you look at the architecture, culture, clothing of characters and the technology I think it's fair to say some fantasy games have a medieval-like setting.