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3-D WorldRunner

3-D WorldRunner

Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - September 1, 1987

The battle of a lifetime comes alive in 3-D! WorldRunner. The wildest of the space cowboys is out looking for adventure. Now he's got it, and he needs your help. A strange world terrorized by Grax, the Alien Serpentbeast, has asked you, WorldRunner, for help. Knowing you can outrun, outjump and outblast anyone or anything, you race into battle. But this is no ordinary fight. These battles will carry you to eight strange planets filled with bottomless pits, shooting stars, and poisonous aliens, all sworn to defend their Serpent King. And each new world is ruled by an Alien...

Aliens: Alien 2

Aliens: Alien 2

Microsoft MSX - Released - March 2, 1987

Whereas most platforms, including the MSX, received their own versions of Activision's Aliens, Square gave Japanese MSX users a unique spin-off. Aliens: Alien 2 is an arcade platformer (or run'n'gun if you like) featuring Ripley on a planet infested with aliens. Armed with only a basic gun at first, she faces facehuggers that come out of alien eggs. After having dispatched a face hugger, the egg may be shot to reveal an item. Items may be hand grenades, stronger guns or wing items which make her jump longer. For some reason, the planet is infested not only with aliens and their offspring,...

Aliens: Alien 2

Nintendo Famicom Disk System - Unreleased

Aliens: Alien 2 is an Action game, developed and published by Square, which was cancelled before it was released.

All Star Pro-Wrestling II

All Star Pro-Wrestling II

Sony Playstation 2 - November 21, 2001

All Star Pro-Wrestling II is the sequel to Square's All Star Pro-Wrestling, featuring a number of changes. Most importantly, the roster has been expanded significantly, including wrestlers from the Noah and Zero-One promotions alongside NJPW for more than 40 wrestlers in total. The control system has also been reworked, replacing the controversial twin-stick controls of the previous game with a more traditional button-based system. Another new feature is the ability to create a new promotion and recruit different wrestlers. Game modes include a variety of different single, tag, and battle...

All Star Pro-Wrestling III

All Star Pro-Wrestling III

Sony Playstation 2 - August 7, 2003

All Star Pro-Wrestling III is the third and final title in Square's wrestling simulation series, featuring many famous wrestlers from the New Japan Pro Wrestling, Noah, and Zero-One wrestling promotions. There are once again numerous improvements over the previous game, including authentic entrances for each wrestler complete with original theme music, and a create-a-wrestler mode. All of the game modes from the previous release return, comprising single, tag, and battle royale matches in a variety of exhibition, tournament, and league modes.

Another Mind

Another Mind

Sony Playstation - Released - November 12, 1998

Another Mind is an adventure game created by Squaresoft (now Square Enix) for Sony PlayStation and released in November 12, 1998 in Japan. The game is extremely obscure, having been released in the wake of Square's other titles Xenogears and Parasite Eve, and it remains unreleased in the rest of the world. A 16 year-old girl named Hitomi Hayama is involved in a car accident and admitted to a hospital. Upon waking, she realizes that another being, albeit a mind, has taken residence in her head. The player takes on the role on this separate consciousness. The game features an interactive...

Apple Town Monogatari: Little Computer People

Apple Town Monogatari: Little Computer People

Nintendo Famicom Disk System - Released - April 3, 1987

A heavily modified port of Little Computer People, Apple Town Monogatari is an early life simulator. It stars a randomly named little girl who lives in a 3 story house with her cat. Very little interaction is featured in the game. Gameplay largely involves simply watching the girl go about their daily life. She wanders the house, occasionally doing activities like exercising, reading, brushing her teeth, feeding herself, sleeping, or even playing a game on her Famicom. The time of day is tracked on an in-game clock, on which 5 minutes is only a few seconds in real time. Simple requests can...

Bahamut Lagoon

Bahamut Lagoon

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - February 9, 1996

Bahamut Lagoon combines RPG mechanics with squad-based combat. Characters have HP, MP (SP for fighter characters), EXP, equipment, stats and class-specific, SP-draining special elemental abilities very much like traditional console RPGs. The player can explore his surroundings, talk to people and visit shops when not in battle, though to a limited degree as there is no world map and no way to leave the current area. The game's core is its turn-based battles fought on a 2d grid. Characters are assembled into parties of four and the player allowed a maximum of six parties, which are usually...

Blue Wing Blitz

Blue Wing Blitz

WonderSwan Color - Released - July 4, 2001

There are six nations living in the world of floating islands. The most powerful one is the Ordia Empire, possessing the best aircrafts in the world. But its leaders were hungry for even more power, and planned to invade and to occupy the other five nations. The other nations tried to maintain diplomatic relationship with the Empire as long as possible. But one of those countries, the Esk Republic, decided to send a special strike team of skillful pilots, attempting to initiate a secret rebellion against the Empire. A young pilot named Keid, guided by his senior partner, the girl Payer, is the...

Bushido Blade

Bushido Blade

Sony Playstation - Released - September 30, 1997

Bushido Blade is a unique fighting game, in that Square did away with health bars, special meters, and other traditional gimmicks and allowed for battles to be won with a single hit. This realism made the game a fan favorite among certain groups. Players select from among six ninja, each of a different fighting style and attributes. Players also choose equipment from among eight weapons, including Japanese swords, European blades, naginata and a sledgehammer.

Bushido Blade 2

Bushido Blade 2

Sony Playstation - Released - February 28, 1998

Bushido Blade 2 takes place sometime after the events in the original game and is also a weapon fighting game without health bars, power displays, or over-the-top special maneuvers. The game features the Story Mode, Versus Mode and Slash mode present in the original game as well as a new tournament mode, where the two sides face each other with shinai and other bamboo weapons in a kendo like ring. Fighters have different styles (including some with two sword nito and iaijutsu styles) and there are many weapons to choose from (although the hammer has been replaced with the yari spear). The...

Chocobo Racing

Chocobo Racing

Sony Playstation - Released - March 18, 1999

The Chocobo has appeared in every Final Fantasy game since Final Fantasy IV as a large yellow bird that you can ride to other destinations or use during fights. With Chocobo Racing, you can race a Chocobo along with a range of different characters both from the Final Fantasy world including Cloud and Cid from Final Fantasy VII and created just for the game through many different fantasy worlds at high speed, using a selection of weapons to aid you. The game supports 1 and 2 player racing

Chrono Trigger

Chrono Trigger

Sony Playstation - Released - November 11, 1999

Chrono Trigger is a Japanese-style role-playing game in which the player takes control of a party consisting of up to seven characters, developing the combat skills of its members and managing their equipment. There are no random encounters in the game: all the enemies are either visibly walking on the field maps and can be avoided by the player, or are waiting to ambush the party. No enemy encounters occur when the player navigates characters over the world map.

Chrono Trigger

Chrono Trigger

Windows - Released - February 27, 2018

The millennium. A portal is opened. The chain of time is broken. A young man is transported into the past, altering the course of history and the outcome of the future. He has to find his way home, but first he must travel to the outer edges of time to repair the world's chronology. On the way he encounters strange friends and foes, utilizes incredible devices and vehicles, and penetrates and neutralizes the fortresses of the past, present, and future. A paradox has been created. If he does not restore the order of time, nothing will ever be the same. He is the one who will...

Cleopatra no Mahou

Cleopatra no Mahou

Nintendo Famicom Disk System - Released - July 24, 1987

Players explore an Egyptian town and ruins from a first-person perspective. The game combines role-playing game elements with an adventure game-like interface. Players may purchase items from shops, though some shopkeepers must be defeated in battle before trading. Battles are turn-based, with options to fight, use items, or flee. Players accumulate experience points by succeeding in battle and "level up" after gaining enough experience, which increases their stamina. Randomly encountered battles with enemies may happen at any time, including when paused to examine the inventory. The player...

Final Fantasy

Final Fantasy

Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - December 18, 1987

An evil shroud covers the world in darkness. You must restore the powers of earth, wind, fire and water to the Four Orbs. Create your own band of 4 Light Warriors from fighters, thieves, martial artists, and magicians. You'll need all their skills to triumph in this massive role-playing adventure. Your treaterous journey takes you to all parts of a strange new world. Explore dangerous castles and dark caverns where dadly perils and great rewards, await at every turn. Hundreds of ferocious monsters block your path. With patience, skill, and cunning, you can defeat them.

Final Fantasy Adventure

Final Fantasy Adventure

Nintendo Game Boy - November 1, 1991

In the Empire of Glaive, a gladiator-slave is forced to fight evil monsters controlled by the Dark Lord. But when his best friend is mortally wounded, he learns of a secret pendant which will give him great power. As the hero, you must battle your way out of the Dark Knight's castle and search through a dangerous world for the girl who has the pendant. But you discover she has been captured by the Dark Knight's men. To free her, you must find the legendary sword and fight off the Dark Knight's beasts and overlords through deserts, snowfields, lakes, forests, and caves. Are you ready for the...

Final Fantasy Anthology

Final Fantasy Anthology

Sony Playstation - Released - October 5, 1999

Final Fantasy Anthology combines two titles from the Final Fantasy series and offers PlayStation owners a glimpse into the past. Huge worlds, in-depth storylines, and innovative battle and magic systems, and an incredible cast of characters all make for a deep gaming experience. The inclusion of Final Fantasy V marks the first time this title has appeared on a console in North America. Final Fantasy VI, originally released as Final Fantasy III on the SNES system in the U.S., makes its first appearance on the PlayStation. Both games in this compilation feature never-before-seen CG movies,...

Final Fantasy Anthology: Final Fantasy V

Final Fantasy Anthology: Final Fantasy V

Sony Playstation - Released - September 30, 1999

The game begins as a wanderer named Bartz investigates a fallen meteor. There, he encounters several characters, one of whom reveals the danger facing the four Crystals that control the world's elements. These Crystals act as a seal on Exdeath, an evil sorcerer. Bartz and his party must keep the Crystals from being exploited by Exdeath's influence and prevent his resurgence. Final Fantasy V has been praised for the freedom of customization that the player has over the characters, achieved through the greatly expanded Job System.

Final Fantasy Chronicles: Final Fantasy IV

Final Fantasy Chronicles: Final Fantasy IV

Sony Playstation - Released - June 29, 2001

Final Fantasy IV, known in the US as Final Fantasy II, follows the exploits of Cecil, a Black Knight and former leader of the Red Wings who questions the orders of his king and is demoted because of this. From here, he embarks on a journey that will span worlds and decide the fate of the entire kingdom. Battles are turn-based, but introduced to the series is the Active Time Battle (ATB) concept, which forces players to be quick with their decision-making because, despite the turn-based nature of the title, enemies can attack at brief intervals. The player's party can consist of as many as...

Final Fantasy II

Final Fantasy II

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - November 1, 1991

In the kingdom of Baron, powerful airships rule the skies. At the head of this elite fighting force is Cecil, Captain of the Red Wings. As our adventure begins, Cecil and his squadron are ordered to steal a powerful crystal from a rival kingdom. Upon their return, Cecil questions the King's orders and is stripped of his command. To prove his loyalty, he must slay a dreadful monster and deliver a mysterious package to a neighboring town. But when the package explodes, destroying everyone, Cecil and his friend Kain vow to fight the King's dark forces. Will you be able to save the world from...

Final Fantasy II

Final Fantasy II

Nintendo Entertainment System - December 17, 1988

THE BIRTH OF A GENERATION A long lived peace...Is at an end. The Emperor of Palamecia has called forth monsters from the Underworld..and has begun his campaign for world conquest. A rebel army arose in the kingdom of Fynn to thwart the Emperor's plans. But the rebel's castle fell to an all-out assault by the Empire. Left with little choice, the rebels withdrew to the remote town of Altair. Four youths from Fynn also found themselves fleeing the Imperial forces. They had lost their parents at the hands of the Empire. But their escape wasn't over...

Final Fantasy III

Final Fantasy III

Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - April 27, 1990

The Gulgan thus prophesied: "The earthquake was only the beginning. The great tremors that swallowed the crystals, the light of our world, only to spawn monsters from the depths of the scarred land, are nothing but harbingers of what has yet to come. Something is coming...fathomless, ominous, and full of sorrow... But hope is not yet lost. Four souls will be blessed with light, and so it shall begin...

Final Fantasy IX

Final Fantasy IX

Sony Playstation 4 - Released - September 19, 2017

At last, the hugely popular FINAL FANTASY® IX arrives on the PlayStation®4 system with additional features: trophies, game boosters such as high speed and no encounter modes autosave and high-definition! The Tantalus Theatre Troupe visits the Kingdom of Alexandria to help celebrate Princess Garnet’s birthday. However, the troupe is actually a group of thieves and their real intension is to kidnap the princess! Meanwhile, a young black mage called Vivi arrives to watch their performance but is at a loss when he realises that he only has a forged ticket… In a picture book-like world of...

The Final Fantasy Legend

The Final Fantasy Legend

Nintendo Game Boy - Released - September 30, 1990

The Final Fantasy Legend takes you on a sensational voyage through four fastastic worlds: Land, Ocean, Space and Future City. You and your band of warriors seek to overpower Zombies, Goblins and dreadful monsters hidden along the way. Secret clues lead you to the exotic weapons and treasures you'll need to stay alive. Your Quest? To save Paradise from the evil Ashura Devils-they're wicked and treacherous! It takes all the spirit and cunning you can muster to claim victory. Once you've started there's no turning back. Are you daring enough?

Final Fantasy Legend II

Final Fantasy Legend II

Nintendo Game Boy - November 1, 1991

Long ago, the ancient gods possessed a powerful force called The Magi. But they later split it into 77 different pieces and scattered them throughout nine different worlds. You've been given one of those pieces. And now, along with your band of chosen warriors, you journey through each world searching for the rest of the pieces and your long-lost father. You face danger at every turn. But if you make the right decisions, you can conquer each world and recover all the pieces of The Magi. Get ready for a daunting adventure, filled with unexpected surprises and perils.

Final Fantasy Legend III

Final Fantasy Legend III

Nintendo Game Boy - August 1, 1993

Millennia ago, a fierce battle was waged for control of an idyllic world known as Pureland. After much fighting, the brave warriors of Pureland were protectively sealed in their own dimension, away from the rest of the universe. This was done by means of Talon, a powerful space craft capable of traveling through both time and space. Centuries have passed and the would-be master of Pureland have managed to create a rift in the galaxy, sending the Pureland Water Entity to devour all that stands in its path. You must journey through past, present, and future to find the 13 pieces of the...

Final Fantasy Origins

Final Fantasy Origins

Sony Playstation - Released - April 8, 2003

Final Fantasy Origins delivers the first two games in the Final Fantasy series. Originally released in 1998 in Japan, Final Fantasy II never came to North America, but now RPG fans will be able to experience the emotion-packed sequel and its predecessor with all-new event scenes, enhanced graphics, and improved sound. Whether you're on a quest to recover a magical Crystal or on a journey to stop a merciless ruler, both games provide grand stories complemented with deep characterization and touching music.

Final Fantasy Tactics

Final Fantasy Tactics

Sony Playstation - Released - January 28, 1998

Final Fantasy Tactics is set in a fictional medieval-inspired kingdom called Ivalice. The game's story follows Ramza Beoulve, a highborn cadet who finds himself thrust into the middle of a military conflict known as The Lion War, where two opposing noble factions are coveting the throne of the kingdom. As the story progresses, Ramza and his allies discover a sinister plot behind the war.

Final Fantasy VII

Final Fantasy VII

Sony Playstation 4 - December 5, 2015

Mako—the discovery of this natural resource drawn directly from the planet’s life force marked the dawn of a new era, and now the energy sustains the lives of people across the world. However, the Shinra Company has monopolized mako production, and in doing so established a powerful hegemony--its influence reaching the far corners of the globe. Cloud, a former member of Shinra's military organization, SOLDIER, joins the anti-Shinra resistance group AVALANCHE, despite caring little for their motives. During one of the group’s attempts to stop the company, they learn of the return of...

Final Fantasy VIII

Final Fantasy VIII

Windows - Released - January 25, 2000

The FINAL FANTASY series has always set the benchmark for what Role-Playing Games should be and FINAL FANTASY VIII is no exception. A revolutionary new Battle System has been created to add more customization to your characters by way of the Junction System. The latest features such as Dolby Surround Sound, Pocket Station compatibility and CG movie integration have also been incorporated into this masterpiece, making this title a showcase in technological game advancements...."

Front Mission

Front Mission

Nintendo DS - October 23, 2007

Discover the origins of the Front Mission series in this explosive handheld saga that was never before localized for North America. Reborn exclusively on the Nintendo DS, Front Mission introduces exciting new features, such as dual screen presentation and multiplayer modes, that update the classic that gave birth to seven beloved sequels. Using Touch Screen functionality, players command a squad of customizable mechs known as wanzers and direct them through turn-based skirmishes across the battlefields of the 21st century.

Front Mission 3

Front Mission 3

Sony Playstation - Released - February 29, 2000

Yokosuka, Japan, 2112 AD. The young student Kazuki Takemura works as a test pilot with Kirishima Industries, a production company of military battle wanzers (walking panzers), mechanized walking robots with movement similar to that of a human being. Kazuki has just finished testing the combat capabilities of the new Zeinslev prototype in the lab. Finishing his day's tasks he is asked by his best friend Ryogo to help with a company delivery to the Japanese Defense Force (JDF) military based. This simple choice determines where Kazuki is when strange things begin happening in Japan. A large...

Front Mission Alternative

Front Mission Alternative

Sony Playstation - Released - December 18, 1997

The first game in the Front Mission series to take you to the African Continent. The year is 2034 and guerilla fighters are terrorizing local governments in Africa. You are charged with breaking these terrorist organizations with the WAWs (Walking Armored Wanzers) at your disposal. Front Mission Alternative is a variation on the series' standard strategy theme in that you do not control the action, but direct it. You issue orders on a tactical map and your platoons of Wanzers carry them out on their own. Like other Front Mission titles, you can outfit your Wanzers with an assortment of...

Front Mission: Gun Hazard

Front Mission: Gun Hazard

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - February 23, 1996

The year is 2064, when the great solar power satellite, ATLAS is overshadowed by the invention of fusion power. The government alliance that had supported the building of ATLAS now find themselves facing economic crisis as the balance of power shifts. In this world of conflict and change, the Walking Panzer, or Wanzer, (a form of mecha) becomes the standard armored unit for wars and petty battles across the globe. For the small nation of Bergen, a coup d'etat is underway, staged by Colonel Ark. Seeking to establish complete control over the government and the NORAD units stationed there, Ark's...

Idol Hotline: Nakayama Miho no Tokimeki High School

Idol Hotline: Nakayama Miho no Tokimeki High School

Nintendo Famicom Disk System - Released - December 1, 1987

The game's protagonist enters Tokimeki High School and runs into a girl wearing glasses who looks identical to Miho Nakayama. Though the game is a standard text command-style adventure game similar to the Famicom Tantei Club series, in important scenes, the player is required to select a facial expression in addition to a verbal response. The four expressions (straight face, laughter, sadness, anger) must match the content of the response being given, and any incorrect responses immediately lead to the "game over" screen. This increased the game's difficulty considerably in comparison to other...

JJ: Tobidase Daisakusen Part II

JJ: Tobidase Daisakusen Part II

Nintendo Entertainment System - December 7, 1987

JJ (ジェイ ジェイ Jei Jei?) is an action game developed and published by Square for the Famicom in 1987. In English, it is sometimes referred to by its long form, Jumpin' Jack, or by its subtitle, Tobidase Daisakusen Part II. The game was only released in Japan. The sequel to Tobidase Daisakusen (known in North America as 3-D WorldRunner), JJ is a typical scrolling shooter, but it incorporates a third-person view, where the camera angle is positioned behind the main character. As in the previous title, the main character Jack must travel through various worlds, armed with his laser cannon and...

Kingdom Hearts

Kingdom Hearts

Sony Playstation 2 - Released - September 16, 2002

For the first time ever, Disney films come together in one game, but it's up to you make it their world the happiest place on Earth. Kingdom Hearts follows Sora in his quest to find his friends and Court Wizard Donald and Captain Goofy as they set out to find the missing King Mickey. The three searchers meet and embark on a magnificent, but dangerous, journey across familiar Disney worlds filled with monsters. Over 100 characters appear in the game including Jafar, Tarzan, and Hercules.

Koi wa Balance: Tatoeba K-kun no Tabou na Ichinichi Hen

Nintendo Satellaview - 1996

Koi wa Balance: Tatoeba K-kun no Tabou na Ichinichi Hen is a Downloadable game for the Satellaview that was first broadcast on January 27, 1996. The game is a board game and it features, among other characters, both Gaspar and Johnny from the earlier Square title, Chrono Trigger.

Legend of Mana

Legend of Mana

Sony Playstation - Released - July 15, 1999

Create Your World In ancient times, th world was saved from destruction by sealing locations and events within magical artifacts. Now, you have the chance to recreate this world as you desire by discovering artifacts, placing them, and exploring the mysteries inside. -Construct a unique world map and story by carefully placing artifacts. -Explore areas in any order, encountering nearly 70 different gameplay scenarios. -Battle enemies in real-time with special attacks and customizable controls. -Control every aspect of your new world: raise faithful net monsters, create powerful golems,...

Live A Live

Live A Live

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - September 2, 1994

Live A Live's story is split across seven seemingly unrelated chapters that can be played in any order, based on popular genres such as Western, science fiction, and mecha. Each chapter has its own plot, setting, and characters. Although the basic gameplay is the same throughout the game, each chapter adds a new factor to the basic formula, such as the stealth elements in the ninja chapter. After the first seven chapters are completed, two final chapters take place to establish the connection between the seven previous and resolve the story.

Racing Lagoon

Racing Lagoon

Sony Playstation - Released - June 10, 1999

Racing Lagoon is a racing RPG. Your earn experience for your various car parts and racing points by challenging other cars on streets modeled after the actual roadmaps of Yokohama, Japan. After winning a race, you'll get a certain amount of "Reward Points" which you can then use to take a part from your opponent's car, anything from the engine to the paint scheme. The game is broken up into 10 nights of racing, with main character Sho Akasaki trying to become the king of the underground racing scene.

Rad Racer

Arcade - 1987

Rad Racer is an arcade style 3-D racing game. The object of the game is to race to the goal within the given time limit. Along each course are several checkpoints which will increase the amount of time you have to reach the final destination. There are eight different stages with increasingly difficult roads, changing weather conditions, and a variety of opponents who tend to get in the way. The game also supports 3-D glasses.

Rad Racer

Rad Racer

Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - August 7, 1987

This is no ordinary game pak. This is Rad Racer. Nintendo's thrilling 3-D video game Rad Racer comes action-packed with revolutionary 3-D technology and 3-D glasses (they're free inside) that will have you really believing you're in the middle of a cross-country rally race - cruising along at 200 miles per hour! Rad Racer takes you through 8 treacherous race courses including the Los Angeles Nightway, the San Francisco Highway and the Grand Canyon. Choose the Ferrari and you'll enter a Super Machine competition where you'll race against Corvettes and Lamborghinis. Select the F-1 Machine and...

Romancing SaGa

Romancing SaGa

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - January 28, 1992

Romancing SaGa is set in the fictional world of Mardias, which was created by the God Marda. Long ago, war raged between three wicked gods, Death, Saruin, and Schirach, and the lord of all gods, Elore. At the end of that long conflict, Death and Schirach were stripped of their powers, and Saruin was imprisoned through the might of the ten Fatestones and the hero Mirsa's ultimate sacrifice. A millennium had passed, and the Fatestones were scattered throughout Mardias. All this time the powers of evil festered, bent on releasing Saruin from his prison.

Romancing SaGa 2

Romancing SaGa 2

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - December 10, 1993

The Emperor or Empress of Avalon begins the game as King Leon and later plays as his various heirs down through the game years. Leon hands his kingdom over to his son, Gellard. At the end of Gellard's reign, the player is able to choose his or her own successor and pass on Gellard's abilities to them. At the end of each generation, he or she will be given a choice of four heirs. Their identity is based on a combination of chance and anyone whom the player has assisted or allied within in a past generation.

Romancing SaGa 3

Romancing SaGa 3

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - November 11, 1995

Every 300 years the Death Eclipse kills all newly born creatures. Men, women, and children, animals and plants, even ferocious monsters - no one can survive the devastation caused by the Eclipse. No one except a child chosen by the destiny. 600 years ago, such a child survived the Death Eclipse, only to become a demon king. During the next Eclipse, a chosen child became a holy king, and he defeated the evil demon king. Now, when the next Eclipse is nearing, nobody knows who the next fortunate survivor will become - a demon or a holy man? In "Romancing Sa・Ga 3", you can play through the...

Rudra no Hihou

Rudra no Hihou

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - April 5, 1996

The Earth is ruled by heavenly powers, who destroy it and create it again every 4000 years, to end the live of powerful races and to let new ones appear. Many years ago, four great races dominated the Earth: the wise Danans, the beautiful Mermaids, the proud Reptiles, and the strong Giants. But those races had to give place to a newly born race: the humans. During the era of the humans, the planet's air has become filled with smog and the water dirty with pollutants. The cult of the Rudra have appeared and begun fortelling the end of the world. As the 4000 year deadline approaches, three...

SaGa Frontier 2

SaGa Frontier 2

Sony Playstation - Released - February 15, 2000

SaGa Frontier 2 has two separate storylines: The history of Gustave XIII of Finney (AKA Gustave the Steel), and the Knights family. The game takes place in the land of Sandail, roughly in the years 1200-1300. Gustave XIII is the former prince of Thermes, and successor to the throne of Gustave XII. He is exiled by his father when, at the age of 7, he fails the Firebrand Ceremony due to an inability to ignite a sword through manifestation of his Anima. His mother, Queen Sophie, unsuccessfully tries to prevent Gustave XIII's banishment. She and Gustave XIII are banished from the castle by...

Square no Tom Sawyer

Square no Tom Sawyer

Nintendo Entertainment System - March 19, 1989

Square's Tom Sawyer (スクウェアのトム・ソーヤ Sukuwea no Tomu Sōya?) is a role-playing video game for the Nintendo Family Computer (known internationally as the Nintendo Entertainment System) game console. The game is directly based on Mark Twain's renowned novel, The Adventures of Tom Sawyer, and was developed in the role-playing video game niche that made Square famous with its acclaimed Final Fantasy series of video games. The game is featured in GameSpy's retrospective overview of the Nintendo Famicom; Benjamin Turner and Christian Nutt's Square column concludes that "one of the most amusing Square...

Suishou no Dragon

Suishou no Dragon

Nintendo Famicom Disk System - Released - December 15, 1986

While flying a space shuttle, Hugh's ship gets seriously damaged after a run in with a crystal dragon. Afterwards Hugh wakes up in a daze inside another spaceship. He is greeted by a mysterious female named Jean. Hugh is soon dropped off alone at a spaceport. Now the player (controlling Hugh) has to locate his two missing shipmates, Cynthia and Nial, and also uncover the mystery behind the enigmatic crystal dragon. While playing the game, a picture is displayed of the player's current location with the available actions being presented above. Actions include move, examine, take, talk, use...

Tobidase Daisakusen

Tobidase Daisakusen

Nintendo Famicom Disk System - Released - March 12, 1987

This is the FDS version of 3-D WorldRunner, which was released later in the same year for the NES in North America. Somewhere in a place known as Solar System #517, the evil Grax and his horde of Serpentbeasts are terrorizing the people of the eight worlds. A hero is needed who can run and jump. Jump between worlds, in fact. That hero is the WorldRunner. Tobidase Daisakusen is a 3rd person game, behind the player, moving "forwards" towards the screen and away from you. Your only skill is the ability to jump. Jump over holes, enemies and on top of columns. Bonus items are found in the...

Treasure Conflix

Nintendo Satellaview - 1996

Treasure Conflix is a Downloadable game for the Satellaview that was broadcast in February 1996.

Trials of Mana

Trials of Mana

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - September 30, 1995

The Legend of the Holy Sword Continues... Formerly, when the world was enshrouded in darkness, the Mana Goddess used the Mana sword to destroy the 8 Mana beasts that intended to destroy the world, and sealed them into 8 Mana stones. Thus the darkness dissipated, and the world was reborn. The Mana Goddess turned herself into a tree, and went to sleep. Many years passed. But then, the 8 seals started to dissolve, and the Mana beasts were free. They now aim to gain power enough to rival the gods. Meanwhile, due to greedy people who want to make the world their own, wars have started to...

Unlimited Saga

Unlimited Saga

Sony Playstation 2 - Released - June 17, 2003

"Unlimited SaGa" is a sequel to Square's famous series of non-linear RPGs. Like in the early Romancing Saga games, and in Saga Frontier, you assume the role of eight main characters (selectable at the beginning of the game). The story centers around Laura, a 30-year old widow and an ex-pirate, but you view the story and make it progress differently depending on which character you have chosen, and on the decisions you take throughout the game. Each character is represented by a different kind of flower. "Unlimited SaGa" feels and plays a lot like a classic board RPG. Everything - from...

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