Still playing the Legend of Heroes JRPG franchise on PC from Nihon Falcom, the makers of Ys franchise (incidentally, one of my fave Japanese composers, Mr. Yasuharu Takanashi, used to play keyboards at this game studio). The best-known iteration in the West remains the first game, Trails in the Sky.
Awesome old-school games if you like a LOT of story/dialogue/text, world-building, great music and turn-based combat. My first game remains Trails from Zero because I liked the more advanced gameplay and visuals. There used to be an English fan translation, but it's been taken down as there will be an official English release this year IIRC along with Trails to Azure. They comprise one story arc, Crossbell arc, out of four so far.
So I've played these two plus Trails of Cold Steel, a set of four games. I'm now playing a fan translation of Trails into Reverie (Hajimari no Kiseki), an epilogue to these arcs as I understand it. I bought a more powerful PC to run it close to the maximum visuals.
I particularly liked the futuristic and Big Tech approach that the Crossbell arc introduced. I don't think there are that many JRPGs set in a modern-ish world. But the CS quartology was very enjoyable also.
I'm absolutely loving the Hajimari iteration so far, though I'm early into the game and playing on the toughest Abyss difficulty, it's overkill in places but I'm still hanging on.