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The Airs artwork The Airs
Format: Retail
Developed by: Victor Interactive Software;
Release Date: March 25, 1999 (Japan)
Alnam no Kiba: Juuzoku Juuni Shinto Densetsu artwork Alnam no Kiba: Juuzoku Juuni Shinto Densetsu
Format: Retail
Developed by: Right Stuff;
Release Date: February 2, 1996 (Japan)
Alnam no Tsubasa: Shoujin no Sora no Kanata e artwork Alnam no Tsubasa: Shoujin no Sora no Kanata e
Format: Retail
Developed by: Right Stuff;
Release Date: December 25, 1997 (Japan)
Ancient Roman: Power of Dark Side artwork Ancient Roman: Power of Dark Side
Format: Retail
Developed by: Nihon System;
Release Date: April 23, 1998 (Japan)
Angelique: Tenkuu no Requiem artwork Angelique: Tenkuu no Requiem
Format: Retail
Developed by: Koei;
Release Date: February 4, 1999 (Japan)
Arc the Lad artwork Arc the Lad
Format: Retail
Developed by: G-Craft;
Release Date: June 30, 1995 (Japan)
Arc the Lad II artwork Arc the Lad II
Format: Retail
Developed by: ARC Entertainment;
Release Date: November 1, 1996 (Japan)
Arc the Lad III artwork Arc the Lad III
Format: Retail
Developed by: ARC Co.;
Release Date: October 28, 1999 (Japan)
Asuncia: Matsue no Jubaku artwork Asuncia: Matsue no Jubaku
Format: Retail
Developed by: E.O. Imagination;
Release Date: November 27, 1997 (Japan)
Azure Dreams artwork Azure Dreams
Format: Retail
Developed by: Konami;
Release Date: June 30, 1998 (North America)
Baroque artwork Baroque
Format: Retail
Developed by: Sting;
Release Date: October 28, 1999 (Japan)
Baroque Syndrome artwork Baroque Syndrome
Format: Retail
Developed by: Sting;
Release Date: July 27, 2000 (Japan)
Battle Konchuuden artwork Battle Konchuuden
Format: Retail
Developed by: Jaleco Entertainment;
Release Date: January 21, 1999 (Japan)
Bealphareth artwork Bealphareth
Format: Retail
Developed by: SCEI;
Release Date: September 28, 2000 (Japan)
Beyond the Beyond artwork Beyond the Beyond
Format: Retail
Developed by: Camelot Software Planning;
Release Date: August 31, 1996 (North America)
Blade Arts artwork Blade Arts
Format: Retail
Developed by: Enix;
Release Date: September 28, 2000 (Japan)
Blaze & Blade Busters artwork Blaze & Blade Busters
Format: Retail
Developed by: T&E Soft;
Release Date: September 23, 1998 (Japan)
Blaze & Blade: Eternal Quest artwork Blaze & Blade: Eternal Quest
Format: Retail
Developed by: T&E Soft;
Release Date: June, 1999 (Europe)
Blend X Brand artwork Blend X Brand
Format: Retail
Developed by: Tonkin House;
Release Date: June 29, 2000 (Japan)
Blue Forest Story: Kaze no Fuuin artwork Blue Forest Story: Kaze no Fuuin
Format: Retail
Developed by: Right Stuff;
Release Date: December 6, 1996 (Japan)
Boundary Gate: Daughter of Kingdom artwork Boundary Gate: Daughter of Kingdom
Format: Retail
Developed by: Victor Interactive Software;
Release Date: July 17, 1997 (Japan)
Bounty Sword: Double Edge artwork Bounty Sword: Double Edge
Format: Retail
Developed by: Pioneer;
Release Date: July 30, 1998 (Japan)
Bounty Sword First artwork Bounty Sword First
Format: Retail
Developed by: Pioneer;
Release Date: June 6, 1997 (Japan)
Brave Prove artwork Brave Prove
Format: Retail
Developed by: Data West;
Release Date: April 16, 1998 (Japan)
Breath of Fire III artwork Breath of Fire III
Format: Retail
Developed by: Capcom;
Release Date: April 30, 1998 (North America)
Breath of Fire IV artwork Breath of Fire IV
Format: Retail
Developed by: Capcom;
Release Date: November 28, 2000 (North America)
Brightis artwork Brightis
Format: Retail
Developed by: ARC Entertainment;
Release Date: October 14, 1999 (Japan)
Chocobo no Fushigi Dungeon artwork Chocobo no Fushigi Dungeon
Format: Retail
Developed by: Square;
Release Date: December 23, 1997 (Japan)
Chocobo's Dungeon 2 artwork Chocobo's Dungeon 2
Format: Retail
Developed by: Square;
Release Date: December 16, 1999 (North America)
Chou Hatsumei Boy Kanipan: Hirameki Wonderland artwork Chou Hatsumei Boy Kanipan: Hirameki Wonderland
Format: Retail
Developed by: Taito Corporation;
Release Date: September 30, 1999 (Japan)
Chou Majin Eiyuuden Wataru: Another Step artwork Chou Majin Eiyuuden Wataru: Another Step
Format: Retail
Developed by: Aspect;
Release Date: April 23, 1998 (Japan)
Chrono Cross artwork Chrono Cross
Format: Retail
Developed by: Square;
Release Date: August 15, 2000 (North America)
Chrono Trigger artwork Chrono Trigger
Format: Retail
Developed by: Square;
Release Date: November 2, 1999 (Japan)
Community Pom artwork Community Pom
Format: Retail
Developed by: Fill in Cafe;
Release Date: October 30, 1997 (Japan)
Community Pom: Omoide o Dakishimete artwork Community Pom: Omoide o Dakishimete
Format: Retail
Developed by: Family Soft;
Release Date: June 24, 1999 (Japan)
Crime Crackers artwork Crime Crackers
Format: Retail
Developed by: Media.Vision;
Release Date: December 3, 1994 (Japan)
Crime Crackers 2 artwork Crime Crackers 2
Format: Retail
Developed by: Media.Vision;
Release Date: November 27, 1997 (Japan)
Daibouken Deluxe: Harukanaru Umi artwork Daibouken Deluxe: Harukanaru Umi
Format: Retail
Developed by: Soft Office;
Release Date: April 18, 1997 (Japan)
Densetsu Kemono no Ana: Monster Complete World Ver. 2 artwork Densetsu Kemono no Ana: Monster Complete World Ver. 2
Format: Retail
Developed by: Idea Factory;
Release Date: October 28, 1999 (Japan)
Devil Summoner: Soul Hackers artwork Devil Summoner: Soul Hackers
Format: Retail
Developed by: Atlus;
Release Date: April 18, 1999 (Japan)
Diablo artwork Diablo
Format: Retail
Developed by: Climax Studios;
Release Date: March 27, 1998 (North America)
Digimon Tamers: Pocket Culumon artwork Digimon Tamers: Pocket Culumon
Format: Retail
Developed by: Bandai;
Release Date: May 17, 2001 (Japan)
Digimon World 3 artwork Digimon World 3
Format: Retail
Developed by: Boom;
Release Date: June 5, 2001 (North America)
Doki Doki Poyacchio artwork Doki Doki Poyacchio
Format: Retail
Developed by: M2;
Release Date: September 10, 1998 (Japan)
Doraemon 3: Makai no Dungeon artwork Doraemon 3: Makai no Dungeon
Format: Retail
Developed by: Epoch;
Release Date: December 14, 2000 (Japan)
Dragon Drive: Tactics Break artwork Dragon Drive: Tactics Break
Format: Retail
Developed by: Bandai;
Release Date: October 3, 2002 (Japan)
Dragon Knight 4 artwork Dragon Knight 4
Format: Retail
Developed by: elf;
Release Date: February 7, 1997 (Japan)
Dragon Knights Glorious artwork Dragon Knights Glorious
Format: Retail
Developed by: Pandora Box;
Release Date: November 18, 1999 (Japan)
Dragon Money artwork Dragon Money
Format: Retail
Developed by: E.O. Imagination;
Release Date: May 4, 1999 (Japan)
Dragon Quest IV: Michibikareshi Monotachi artwork Dragon Quest IV: Michibikareshi Monotachi
Format: Retail
Developed by: Heart Beat;
Release Date: November 22, 2001 (Japan)

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