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Atlus recently released the first screens and info on their upcoming sequel to their hit RPG Revelations: Persona, called Persona 2: Tsumi (Tsumi means "Sin").
The original Persona was a sleeper hit, lauded for its twisted, nonstandard story and battle system.
It is a console role-playing game published by Square.
Secret of Mana is an action role-playing game, featuring real-time hack-and-slash type of a combat.
This month, we present a small Shenmue portrait gallery from Yu Suzuki's latest masterpiece. The amount of detail in these close-ups is startling.
Despite previous reports that would indicate otherwise, Shenmue bears nothing in common with the oft-ported, rarely liked Dragon's Lair.
But what does the sequel to a now-defunct system's sleeper hit mean to you?
Game Show in playable form, so hopefully we'll have more concrete details then. Until then, drool at these...
In the far eastern corner of the Messina Continent lies the small port town of Parm.
To some degree, it can be said that if you've played one RPG, you've played them all. Most fall into a few discrete categories, defined by either their most prestigious examples, or the overwhelming popularity of their gameplay styles.
Our hero this time around is Adell, a young demon hunter seeking to beat down the elusive Overlord Xenon and reverse the curse on his world.
Star Ocean also includes an in-depth character-interaction system.
Tri-Ace itself is developing this sequel to their PlayStation RPG Star Ocean: The Second Story.
As you might expect from Star Ocean: The Second Story developer Tri-Ace, Valkyrie Profile
Square Enix are arguable the master of role playing games and Nintendo has almost always been home to some of the best games in that genre, so the return of Final Fantasy to a Nintendo console was destined to be great.
A terrifying quest is erupting onto the Mega CD.
It's a beautiful thing when an obscure, yet much lauded series experiences resurgence.