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Stiq Figures, November 11 - 17: Let's recommend RPGs edition

Welcome to Stiq Figures, where the sales data is after the break and the posts don't matter.

Atlus had a bit of a spree this morning with Persona announcements - there's the chibified spinoff coming for the 3DS, the extension of Persona 4 Arena for the PS3, the particularly surprising, rhythm-oriented dancing game for the Vita, and finally the first tease of Persona 5 for the PS3. RPG, music and fighting game fans should be happy! Persona fans should be really happy!

Maybe Persona's not your thing, though. Maybe you're more eager for the RPGs that have been shown for the the Xbox One and PlayStation 4 (and the Wii U) so far, or maybe you just prefer the classics over what you've tried lately. That's okay - diversity is good. Actually, it's perfect for this post.

Tell us about the one RPG that you think no one should miss out on. It can be sprite-based, it can be three months old, it can be something we've never heard of - the important part is that it holds a special charm, trait or quality that you think fellow RPG fans really need to experience. Enjoying this genre commonly requires a hefty time commitment and a willingness to persevere through bland writing and grating characters, so let's point each other toward the best experiences out there! Tell us why your choice is worth dozens of hours of our lives, right after you check out the Vita TV's debut in Japan's hardware sales after the jump.

3DS LL: 47,852 [DOWN] 5,338
Vita: 46,350 [UP] 24,586
Vita TV: 42,172 [UP] 42,172
3DS: 22,250 [DOWN] 6,377
Wii U: 15,906 [DOWN] 1,831
PS3: 12,019 [UP] 152
PSP: 4,353 [UP] 343
Wii: 518 [DOWN] 61
Xbox 360: 404 [UP] 58

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