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April 22nd, 1998
Saturn's Last Stand:

It appears as if Working Design's Magic Knight Rayearth may not be the Saturn's last game, or more importantly, last RPG. According to Eclipse Gaming, both Dragon Force 2 and Shining Force III: Scenario 2 & 3 are both virtually certain to come to the US. And then for the cherry on top of the sundae,   EG says that Grandia is still getting a serious look, and it is being translated for the UK right now.

However, we would like to point out that Sega of Europe has reportedly said in the past, that they had decided NOT to release Grandia in the UK, and this information can only be considered rumor at this point in time.

Quest 64 is Finished:

Game Informer said in their Quest 64 preview, that they had just received and played a finished burn of Quest 64. Looks like this N64 won't miss its release date in June.

Lunar Pics Added:

A Lunar pics page is now available. Almost 50 Lunar: Silver Star Story pics are up, along with about 25 from Lunar: Magic School. There are only a few Lunar Eternal Blue Remix picsup so far, as screen shots have been VERY hard to come by, but when the game comes out next month we will have more available.

New Zelda 64 Information:

IGN64.com has just translated an article from the latest issue of The 64 Dream. The article gives some insight into what game data makes up Zelda64's huge cartridge. Here is the article:

In response to a reader inquiry in the latest issue of the Japanese magazine, The 64 Dream, Nintendo's PR chief Hongo-san said that the extremely large cartridge size of upcoming Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time is principally due to the size of the map (game world) and the boss characters.

Many players are worried whether Shigeru Miyamoto's next Zelda title will offer a large enough quest to satisfy even the most hardened RPG fans. Mr. Hongo's statement raises hopes for much gameplay and a world much larger than in most 3D adventure games.

In the Q&A, Mr. Hongo also commented that Zelda 64 would have better action sequences than its predecessor and that the game features much variety due to the fact that Link grows from a little boy to a young man as it progresses. Mr Hongo assures us that all will become clear this fall.

Arvis Interview:

Bifrost Creations has just gotten a new domain, they are now located at Bifrost Creations.com. They also did a small update on the progress of Avaris yesterday. Here is the big news, we have an interview with the games producer Donald B. Vandenbeld. Go here to check it out. He gave some really interesting information, including listing Vampire Hunter D as an influence on the game's anime designs.

April 21st, 1998
Saturn's Last Stand:

It appears as if Working Design's Magic Knight Rayearth may not be the Saturn's last game, or more importantly, last RPG. According to Eclipse Gaming, both Dragon Force 2 and Shining Force III: Scenario 2 & 3 are both virtually certain to come to the US. And then for the cherry on top of the sundae,   EG says that Grandia is still getting a serious look, and it is being translated for the UK right now.

However, we would like to point out that Sega of Europe has reportedly said in the past, that they had decided NOT to release Grandia in the UK, and this information can only be considered rumor at this point in time.

Quest 64 is Finished:

Game Informer said in their Quest 64 preview, that they had just received and played a finished burn of Quest 64. Looks like this N64 won't miss its release date in June.

Lunar Pics Added:

A Lunar pics page is now available. Almost 50 Lunar: Silver Star Story pics are up, along with about 25 from Lunar: Magic School. There are only a few Lunar Eternal Blue Remix picsup so far, as screen shots have been VERY hard to come by, but when the game comes out next month we will have more available.

New Zelda 64 Information:

IGN64.com has just translated an article from the latest issue of The 64 Dream. The article gives some insight into what game data makes up Zelda64's huge cartridge. Here is the article:

In response to a reader inquiry in the latest issue of the Japanese magazine, The 64 Dream, Nintendo's PR chief Hongo-san said that the extremely large cartridge size of upcoming Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time is principally due to the size of the map (game world) and the boss characters.

Many players are worried whether Shigeru Miyamoto's next Zelda title will offer a large enough quest to satisfy even the most hardened RPG fans. Mr. Hongo's statement raises hopes for much gameplay and a world much larger than in most 3D adventure games.

In the Q&A, Mr. Hongo also commented that Zelda 64 would have better action sequences than its predecessor and that the game features much variety due to the fact that Link grows from a little boy to a young man as it progresses. Mr Hongo assures us that all will become clear this fall.

Arvis Interview:

Bifrost Creations has just gotten a new domain, they are now located at Bifrost Creations.com. They also did a small update on the progress of Avaris yesterday. Here is the big news, we have an interview with the games producer Donald B. Vandenbeld. Go here to check it out. He gave some really interesting information, including listing Vampire Hunter D as an influence on the game's anime designs.

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