Square plans FFX spin-offs
Square talks about expanding Final Fantasy X.
Square talks about expanding Final Fantasy X.
Genki's upcoming online racing title, Tokyo Xtreme Racing Online, is scheduled for release on the PC first.
We have more gameplay details on Xenosaga Episode I: Der Wille zur Macht for the PlayStation 2, which was recently released in Japan.
More information on Square's online installment of the FF series.
We've got hands-on impressions of Grandia Xtreme for the PlayStation2 from the retail version recently released in Japan.
Read the latest information about Square's massive multiplayer online RPG for the Sony PlayStation2.
We've got hands-on impressions of an early playable demo of Suikoden III for the PlayStation 2.
We talk with the director of Xenosaga, Tetsuya Takahashi.
Capcom, the developer of Resident Evil, announces that it will establish a PC division.
We report on the final Japanese version of this anticipated game.
Sonic Team announces that it will release a PC version of the popular Dreamcast online role-playing game Phantasy Star Online.
We give you impressions of the final Japanese version.
We track down the latest info on Monolith Soft's upcoming Xenosaga.
Castlevania Chronicles: Akumajo Dracula may whet the appetites of fans of the series, but others should not look at this as another Symphony of the Night game.
Shadow Hearts may have the Final Fantasy flair, but the introduction of its own unique Judgement Ring system may warrant a closer look at the game.
Phase Paradox--the second chapter in the Philosoma series--may properly set the tone and atmosphere for some good sci-fi suspense, but the gameplay remains suspect. We have hands-on impressions of a ...
Kessen II is a great improvement on its predecessor and may be one of the best strategy simulation titles on the PlayStation 2 yet. We sat down with a Japanese ...
Me and Satan King is a satirical antithesis to the traditional RPG. We got our hands on an import version of the game.
Though Tsugunai has an unusual theme, the game itself is more like the average RPG. Read on for details.
Sony has enlisted the help of the makers of Resident Evil to bring its entry in the survival-horror genre to the PlayStation 2. We recently had the chance to play ...
Hundred Swords is a welcome addition to the strategy-simulation genre. With network play and single-player support, Hundred Swords looks like a solid conversion from the popular arcade game.
Onimusha is probably the first next-generation game that will help the survival-horror genre break free from the Resident Evil stereotype.
We have hands-on impressions of the sequel to Namco's colorful platformer.
Battle Network Rockman EXE puts a new spin on the Internet and everyone's favorite blue-suited hero.
Our man overseas got his hands on a final Japanese copy of 7 Blades, Konami's cinematic beat-'em-up that lets you hack-and-slash your way through oodles of evil enemies in historic ...
Our man in Japan was recently able to take the Japanese version of PSO online to see what the final gameplay will be like.
Capcom recently held a demo of Onimusha in Japan. Our Japanese correspondent reports.
The Computer Entertainment Software Association announces the dates for the Tokyo Game Show 2001 next spring.
An animated series based on Konami's mech action game for the PlayStation 2 is currently being planned.
Another real-time strategy RPG is headed to the PlayStation 2 in Japan.
Silent Hill to make the Game Boy Advance Japanese launch in March 2001.
Square announces that Final Fantasy X will be a stand-alone PlayStation 2 game and hints at development for other next-generation consoles.
By 2002, you can read your favorite Weekly Jump manga on your PS2 and PC through PlayOnline.
Square announces that its CG and quality control subsidiaries will merge into one entity.
Idea Factory's Generation of Chaos for the Sony PlayStation 2 is the latest chapter in the Spectral series.
Konami and Monex open up Game Funds for future software development.
Idea Factory shows off the first PS2 software title that is compatible with the Popegg printer.
After a five-year hiatus from the video game world, From Software's King's Field series is set to make a return on the PlayStation 2 with King's Field IV - a ...
Following in the footsteps of games like Tactics Ogre and Final Fantasy Tactics, Hoshigami is a Japanese-developed tactics game. Check out our hands-on impressions for more info.
Kessen II borrows its concept from the Chinese epic Romance of the Three Kingdoms, and it is centered on the Shu and Wei kingdoms.
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