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PS2 Launch Poll

Buying launch titles for any budding console is always a hard decision. However, one decision which usually never comes to pass is choosing which RPG you want at launch. Why? Because most launches don't have any! But the PS2 does...four of them, in fact. So, let's ask the tough question plaguing many RPG fans.

"Which PS2 RPG launch title would you most likely buy?"

Now, before diehard Sega and Nintendo fans (or those fincially challenged) send me angry e-mails proclaiming that not everyone is purchasing the PS2 at launch, rest assured, we know. Not only is it impossible (I have trouble believing that there are only 500,000 video game fans in America), but RPGFan is well aware that many will wait to purchase the console or perhaps never shell out the money for it. So, treat this question as a hypothetical one. With that disclaimer stated, go ahead and vote.

Last week we took a random smattering of soundtracks recently reviewed on RPGFan and asked readers to choose the best. And the winner is...Xenogears: Creid! A fine soundtrack, indeed. To see the full results just drop by the poll archives.

Whether you support or denounce Sony's PlayStation 2, the events of the launch shall be interesting to watch...enjoy it!

Date Updated:
October 23rd, 2000

Time Updated:
12:46 PM


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