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The official name of the Tokimeki Memorial 2 drama series has finally been announced. Tokimeki Memorial 2 Substories ~ Dancing Summer Vacation is scheduled to release on August 24th in Japan. In it, the game will feature a dancing mini game based on Konami's hit series. Dance Dance Revolution Tokimeki Memorial Mix will feature 7 songs from the Tokimemo series, characters from the series dancing, and will support the Dance Dance Revolution controller.

Though confirmed in an E3 article on RPGFan (thanks for telling me guys, no one told me at E3! :P) Grandia II will indeed ship for the Dreamcast in Japan on August 3rd.

First Square of Japan moves up Final Fantasy IX, now Square EA has moved up Legend of Mana. Originally supposed to release on June 13th, the game will be available on June 6th. Legend of Mana, on one disc, will retail for $39.99.

Announced for a November 2000 release date and recently shown at E3 2000, Digimon World 2 for the Playstation looks to compete directly with the Pokemon craze. Featuring more than twice the amount of Digimon as its predecessor, you can combine two of your Digimon to create new monsters with unique stats. You can then battle with a 3 person party. Defeat the evil Digimon and you can use them as allies in future battles. Digimon World 2 also contains a two player battle mode.

Source(s):

Magicbox
GameSpot

Date Updated:
May 26th, 2000

Time Updated:
1:35 AM


Sumire Kanzaki

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