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Shin Megami Tensei NINE Release Date Announced

Atlus' upcoming Xbox RPG, Shin Megami Tensei NINE finally has received a definite release date. The game's offline version will be available in Japan on November 28th. The standard edition will retail for 6,800yen (57.37USD), while the limited edition deluxe pack will cost you 12,800yen (107.98USD).

Capcom's Breath of Fire V: Dragon Quarter for PlayStation 2 will be available on November 14th, retailing for 6,800yen (57.37USD). The sequel to Level 5's PS2 Action RPG Dark Cloud, Dark Chronicle will also see a November 28th release, courtesy of Sony Computer Entertainment Japan. The retail price has been fixed at 5,800yen (48.93USD).

As previously reported, the GameCube version of Eternal Arcadia (Skies of Arcadia in the US), Eternal Arcadia Legend as well as Enix's Star Ocean 3: Till The End of Time and Namco's Tales of Destiny 2 for PS2 will also be available on that very day.

As for games with no definite release dates, Square's Unlimited SaGa and Final Fantasy X Yuna and Rikku Versions are still on track for December releases, as are Nintendo's two new Zelda games for GameBoy Advance and GameCube.


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09.08.02 - 2:33 PM
Chris Winkler





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