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Brave Fencer Musashi
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The Kingdom of Allucaneet comes upon hard times when the banished Wizard of Darkness returns to wreak havoc on the land.
Wisely, Princes Fillet decides to summon the warrior who first put the Wizard in his place 150 years ago: Musashi. You take on
the role of the spiky-haired Musashi, whose goal is to save the citizens of Allucaneet and thwart the evil plight of the Wizard.
As you travel the world in search of items and objectives, you'll encounter a number of friendly and not-so-friendly characters
that can lend advice, wisdom, assignments, or clues. Often times, however, the characters are monsters, and you must decide
whether you want to kill them or assimilate their powers.

ESRB Rating: E for Animated Violence
Genre: Adventure
Exclusively on PlayStation
Release Date: November 11, 1998


Chocobo's Dungeon 2
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CHOCOBO'S DUNGEON 2 places you in charge of Chocobo as he searches for treasure. Unfortunately, all of the treasure is
located in dungeons (all of them are randomly generated so no two games are the same) scattered throughout the world. As
with all dungeons, there are monsters guarding the treasure. Thankfully, Chocobo has a few friends including Mog, Cid the
Tinker, and others who are willing to help out. If you have a real world friend, he or she can take control of Chocobo's partner.
For even more help, Chocobo and his friends can take the items they find and create new ones. With over 40 hours of
gameplay, CHOCOBO'S DUNGEON 2 has plenty to keep explorers busy.

ESRB Rating: E for Mild Animated Violence
Genre: Action RPG
Exclusively on PlayStation
Release Date: December 16, 1999

Chrono Cross
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CHRONO CROSS, the sequel to the SNES favorite CHRONO TRIGGER, is one of the most ambitious role-playing games ever
made. There are over 40 playable characters, each with their back-story, special moves, abilities, and weapons. The story
spans two discs and follows the story of Serge, a young man who is able to cross dimensions. Suddenly he is pulled between
worlds, trying to figure out his own past at the same time. The graphics are bright and beautiful, utilizing the PlayStation's
capabilities to the fullest. The polygonal character models are huge and detailed, and the pre-rendered backgrounds are
immaculately detailed. The music is composed and arranged by Yasunori Mitsuda, and features very realistic-sounding
synthesizers. The battle system revolves around Elements, which are used to grant magical powers, as well as to summon huge
monsters. For anyone that wanted to see the story of CHRONO TRIGGER continue, this is your chance.

ESRB Rating: T for Blood, Mild Language
Genre: RPG
Exclusively on PlayStation
Release Date: August 15, 2000

Chrono Trigger + Final Fantasy IV (Final Fantasy Chronicles)
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Two of the most beloved games in PlayStation history come together in one awesome package in FINAL FANTASY
CHRONICLES. Teaming FINAL FANTASY IV and CHRONO TRIGGER, Square Electronic Arts presents this masterful collection
that's aimed at fans of the original games and new gamers alike. Both games boat a variety of fresh features that will keep
series devotees interested, and CHRONO TRIGGER even has a new beginning and ending. The new sequences shed some light
on the game's cryptic story, giving gamers added insight into the mystery surrounding the action in the sequel CHRONO
CROSS. Although it's packed with monsters and magic, this version of CHRONO TRIGGER also features innovative modes, such
as Theater, Music Box, and Art Gallery. Enhancements to FINAL FANTASY IV include a speedier trip through some of the game's
towns, as well as a new Two-Player mode. Classics on their own, these two games are even better side-by-side.

ESRB Rating: T for Mild Animated Violence
Genre: RPG
Exclusively on PlayStation
Release Date: June 29, 2001

Dragon Warrior VII
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You have always dreamed of being a fisherman just like your father was. One day you discover that the world once held much
more than the single peaceful island you called home. Solve the mysteries of these continents so they will exist in your present.
Uncover the puzzle shards to travel back in time and discover lost continents. If you can finish these tasks, the world you live in
will be complete.

ESRB Rating: T for Suggestive Themes
Genre: RPG
Exclusively on PlayStation
Release Date: November 1, 2001

Final Fantasy I + II (Final Fantasy Origins)
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The two-game collection that almost completely remakes the original Final Fantasy, and the formerly Japan-only release Final
Fantasy II, Final Fantasy Origins for PlayStation One is one of the most in-depth Sqare remake collections yet. Revamped
graphics and added event scenes further engross the player in the emotional storyline.

Saving is no longer restricted to certain locations with the addition of the Memo File function. Multiple gameplay modes allow
players to customize game difficulty when beginning a new quest. CG movies and stills have been added throughout the game,
taking the story to new cinematic heights. Improved sound quality, new opening themes, and an added art gallery deepen the
game experience.

ESRB Rating: T for Animated Violence
Genre: RPG
Exclusively on PlayStation
Release Date: April 9, 2003

Final Fantasy V + VI (Final Fantasy Anthology)
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A compilation of two classic Final Fantasy games -- Final Fantasy V (never released in the United States before this collection)
and Final Fantasy VI (released as Final Fantasy III in the US due to the missing continuity in not having several previous FF
games translated and sold in the States.) This collection features the same 2D graphics of the original supplemented with CG
movie sequences.

ESRB Rating: T for Comic Mischief, Mild Animated Violence
Genre: RPG
Exclusively on PlayStation
Release Date: October 5, 1999

Final Fantasy VII
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The RPG genre was never really considered a mainstream or popular genre -- that is, until the release of Final Fantasy VII on
PlayStation. With Final Fantsy VII's historic release on PlayStation in June of 1997, role-playing games were finally given the
respect that they deserved and the RPG genre is now one of the most significant and defining on the system. Following the
story of Cloud Strife, gamers were taking on a fantastical journey that encompassed three CDs and over 40 hours worth of
gameplay. The game continued the trend of using the series' staple turn-based battle system, complete with melee and
elaborate magic attacks.

ESRB Rating: T for Animated Violence, Mild Language, Suggestive Themes
Genre: Turn-Based RPG
Also Available On: PC, PlayStation 3, PlayStation Portable
Release Date: June 1, 1997

Final Fantasy VIII
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A member of an elite military team, Squall is forced into a conflict beyond imagination. To survive, he must contend with a
desperate rival, a powerful sorceress, and his own mysterious dreams.

The RPG master craftsmen at Square roar back after the success of Final Fantasy VII with this, an even more breathtaking,
expansive and emotional adventure. An epic story based on the theme of love, set in a massive new world, Final Fantasy VIII
features nearly an hour of stunning motion-captured CG cinemas seamlessly integrated into gameplay. In gameplay, the new
junction system allows characters to be customized with powerful magic spells drawn from enemies for more complex RPG
interaction.

ESRB Rating: T for Animated Violence, Mild Language, Suggestive Themes
Genre: RPG
Also Available On: PC
Release Date: September 9, 1999

Final Fantasy IX
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The ninth installment in the long-running RPG series and the final for the original PlayStation, Final Fantasy IX gives fans of the
franchise the nostalgic thrill of re-experiencing the visual style, gameplay elements and overall spirit of the 16-bit Final Fantasy
games of the 8/16 bit eras. The main story centers on Zidane Tribal, a young thief who quickly becomes engaged in a quest to
save the world, along with Vivi Ornitier, a young black mage, and Princess Garnet, heir to the throne of Alexandria. The game
features detailed polygonal character models and lush pre-rendered backgrounds. They all combine for an unforgettable
adventure!

ESRB Rating: T for Animated Violence, Mild Language
Genre: Turn-Based RPG
Exclusively on PlayStation
Release Date: November 14, 2000

Final Fantasy Tactics
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FINAL FANTASY TACTICS' strategic battle system is a twist on the turn-based system of the other FINAL FANTASY titles. You
begin as a noble squire named Ramza in a time of confusion and war in the land of Ivalice. Your best friend, a commoner named
Delita, is caught in the middle of the struggle between nobles and commoners, and this affects you; so begins your long quest
for the truth. Much of the story in TACTICS is told on the battlefield or as a direct result of battles, which take place on a three-
dimensional grid that can be rotated 360 degrees. You select your battle party, put them on the field, and determine their
every move. Between battles, you can explore towns and forests on the world map, acquire new items, and undertake side
quests. TACTICS has plenty of nostalgia for FINAL FANTASY veterans, as well as a new play style to keep newcomers
interested.

ESRB Rating: T for Animated Violence, Comic Mischief
Genre: Turn-Based Strategy RPG
Also Available On: PlayStation Portable, PlayStation Portable, PlayStation 3
Release Date: January 28, 1998

Front Mission 3
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Front Mission 3 is a turn-based strategy game with a Double Feature Scenario. It allows the player to choose one of two
completely different viewpoints towards the same general plot of the game. Each scenario features 8 characters with their own
unique robots.

After numerous wars and terrorist attacks, Yokosuka had finally entered a state of peace; it would last only 10 short years. A
deadly explosion rocked the continent, disrupting peace and causing a worldwide panic.

ESRB Rating: T for Animated Violence
Genre: RPG
Also Available On: PlayStation 3, PlayStation Portable
Release Date: March 21, 2000

Legend of Mana
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The world of Fa'Diel is a formless mass. It is up to you to create the world, using artifacts that are spread throughout the world.
At the beginning of the game, the player must choose a female or male character, a starting weapon, and place to start. Once
in the starting area, the player will be able to complete a small quest and find more artifacts. With that done, the new artifacts
can be placed on the map to create new areas that have their own unique mini-quests. There is a total of 60 quests and
artifacts to discover. The best way to think of all of the stories is to consider them the songs on a record. Individually, they are
great; however, when combined they make up something much larger. The world of Fa'Diel will become what you make it in
LEGEND OF MANA.

ESRB Rating: T for Mild Animated Violence, Suggestive Themes
Genre: RPG
Exclusively on PlayStation
Release Date: June 6, 2000

Parasite Eve
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A fateful night at the opera house triggers in one woman the power to cause all those around her to spontaneously incinerate,
and in another woman an innate resistance to the attack. You assume the role of the second woman New York cop Aya Brea as
she comes to realize that the fate of humanity will be determined by her actions. PARASITE EVE offers an intriguing storyline in
what Squaresoft has dubbed "the cinematic RPG." Its gameplay blends action and horror with traditional RPG elements,
resulting in a game that is best described as an amalgam of FINAL FANTASY VII and RESIDENT EVIL. PARASITE EVE uses a
unique combat system where you must maneuver Aya on the battlefield as she prepares for her next attack. The end result is
that combat plays out more like an action game than an RPG.

ESRB Rating: M for Animated Violence, Mature Sexual Themes
Genre: RPG
Exclusively on PlayStation
Release Date: September 9, 1998

Parasite Eve 2
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Three years after "the event" in New York, Aya Brea has joined the FBI to help control the threat of another mitochondria
outbreak. After encountering several Neo Mitochondrial Creatures (NMCs) in a Los Angeles office building, Aya starts on an
investigation into the source of the situation. She will have to travel to a variety of locations and fight dozens of NMCs that
don't want her to discover the truth behind their existence. Luckily, Aya is trained in the use of several weapons including
pistols, rifles, and machine guns. But when things get a little too hairy, she can call on the power of her own mitochondria and
pull off special attacks or heal wounds. Your performance throughout the game determines which of the multiple ending you will
get to see. It's up to you to try to keep the mitochondria in check with PARASITE EVE II.

ESRB Rating: M for Blood, Gore, Animated Violence
Genre: Adventure
Exclusively on PlayStation
Release Date: September 12, 2000

Saga Frontier
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Saga Frontier breaks the mold of traditional role-playing games. Thanks to the Free Scenario System, the player has the
opportunity to complete seven different quests, each with a unique lead character and story. However, all of the stories take
place in the same world, and most of the stories intersect at various points. This particular arrangement allows the player
unprecedented freedom. In addition, the battle system also takes a different approach: rather than conserving hit points (they
regenerate between fights), players must conserve weapon points, which are used to unleash powerful attacks. Multiple
attacks can be combined to create even more devastating combinations. Try to discover the links between all of the characters
and the greater evil guiding all of the events in Saga Frontier.

ESRB Rating: T for Mild Language
Genre: RPG
Exclusively on PlayStation
Release Date: March 31, 1998

Saga Frontier 2
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Saga Frontier 2 is a unique role playing adventure game that consists of three innovative battle modes: Duel, Team and
Strategic. The player can control an individual character, a team, or several units to fight in battles bringing depth and precision
to the combat sequences. One unique aspect of this game is the fluid nature of time, as the plot frequently makes jumps both
forward and backward in order to flesh out the narrative.

ESRB Rating: T for Mild Animated Violence, Suggestive Themes
Genre: RPG
Exclusively on PlayStation
Release Date: February 16, 2000

Star Ocean : The Second Story
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The gods are out to destroy the universe. When their meteor collides with the planet Expel, the paths of two heroes will cross
and the fate of the universe will lie in their hands. You take the role of either Rena or Claude. While both characters are on the
same quest, there are times when they will take separate paths. Naturally, both characters develop different skills throughout
the game and along the way their actions determine which other characters in the game can be recruited. You can also spend
skill points to learn new abilities that will improve your chances of success. Ultimately, both Rena and Claude will be able to
create new items with their skills and some raw material. When you encounter enemies, all of the battles take place in real-time
in beautifully rendered environments. It's up to you to try and save the universe from the gods in STAR OCEAN: The Second
Story.

ESRB Rating: E for Animated Violence, Mild Language
Genre: Third-Person Action RPG
Also Available On: PlayStation Portable
Release Date: May 31, 1999

Threads of Fate
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THREADS OF FATE combines two stories into one giant adventure. You can play as either Mint or Rue, who are both looking for
an ancient relic. However, their motivations are completely different: Mint wants to use the relic to get revenge on her enemies
and Rue wishes to use the relic to revive a friend who was killed by a mysterious monster. Since the two are on the same quest,
their paths will cross from time to time but the two stories have different plots, tasks, and dungeons to complete. Further, the
characters have different fighting and magic styles: Rue can transform into any of the last five creatures he has killed and Mint
derives her power from the ability to mix and cast spells. Two quests for the same item create a fantastic fabric of the
THREADS OF FATE.

ESRB Rating: E for Animated Violence, Mild Language
Genre: RPG
Exclusively on PlayStation
Release Date: July 19, 2000

Vagrant Story
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Adventure into a world of unparalleled depth and danger with SquareSoft's VAGRANT STORY. In this sweeping dungeon-
crawling epic you play as Ashley Riot, a young assassin and spy for the organization known as Riskbreakers. Your goal is to
unravel a deep and twisted plot and come to terms with the recent death of your wife and child. If this sounds a bit too cerebral
never fear. Your path to recapturing your sense of humanity hinges on the destruction of countless vicious monsters and the
exploration of dark and dangerous dungeons. VAGRANT STORY is awash in gorgeous scenery and features designs from
Yasumi Matsuno and Akihiko Yoshida, the acclaimed artists and creators behind FINAL FANTASY TACTICS. With an innovative
and intuitive combat system, compelling and involving role-playing action, cinematic in-game cutscenes, beautifully varied
environments, and much more VAGRANT STORY will keep you glued to your PlayStation for hours of hack 'n' slash questing.

ESRB Rating: T for Animated Violence
Genre: RPG
Exclusively on PlayStation
Release Date: May 16, 2000

Valkyrie Profile
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Wade into a battle between the Viking Gods in VALKYRIE PROFILE. In this action-stuffed PlayStation game based on fabled
Norse mythology, you play as the powerful demigoddess Valkyrie Lenneth. As a female warrior in the service of the gods it's
your duty to collect the souls of the fallen from a mystical Northern European battleground and ferry them safely to the
heavens of Valhalla. The great Odin needs these souls to fight for him in his war against Ragnarok, and he greatly appreciates
your efforts. After taking souls into her possession, they can then fight alongside Lenneth in their quest for redemption. More
than 20 characters are available for your party and it's your duty to improve their stats, complete quests, and gain valuable
artifacts before you send them to join Odin's army. How well you achieve this important goal determines how the game plays
out. VALKYRIE PROFILE's lush graphics, engaging storyline, entertaining battle system, and Viking-styled mayhem will keep
adventure fans enthralled.

ESRB Rating: T for Mild Animated Violence, Mild Language, Suggestive Themes
Genre: RPG
Also Available On: PlayStation Portable
Release Date: August 29, 2000

Xenogears
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Xenogears is a turn-based RPG with a combat system that unifies the Square's Active Time Gauge feature as well as a newly
created combo system. The game chronicles the adventures of a young reluctant warrior named Fei, who, after three years of
residing in a small, remote farming village begins a long, tortuous quest to uncover his mysterious past. With no memory of his
life before being placed in the village leader's care three years earlier, Fei makes a violent and tragic break with his peaceful life
and sets out upon a journey. Along the way, not only will his own past be discovered, but he'll also unravel the mystery of the
planet's past and humanity's role in relation to it.

ESRB Rating: T for Blood, Mild Language, Suggestive Themes
Genre: RPG
Also Available On: PlayStation 3, PlayStation Portable
Release Date: October 20, 1998

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