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Three New First Party DS RPGs Announced
10.12.07 - 12:38 PM

At Nintendo's press conference this week, the clear focus was on the Wii and its upcoming download service Wii Ware, but nonetheless the company still showed off an impressive line-up of first and third party games for its ever popular DS handheld as well. Below you will find the complete list, including several previously unannounced first party titles. Among them is not only a new Fire Emblem installment, but also Monolith Soft's newest project. The game is titled Soma Bringer, but not much else is known about it. However, based on the copyrights, which mention Yasunori Mitsuda's Procyon Studio alongside Nintendo and Monolith Soft, it seems the game's soundrack is being composed by Mitsuda.

Sekaiju no Meikyuu 2: Shoou no Seihai (Etrian Odyssey), Atlus, winter 2007
Final Fantasy IV, Square Enix, December 20th
Kingdom Hearts 358/2 Days, Square Enix, tba
Dragon Quest IV Michibikareshi Monotachi, Square Enix, November 22nd
Dragon Quest IX Hoshizora no Mamori Hito, Square Enix, 2008
Final Fantasy Tactics A2, Square Enix, October 25th
Tales of Innocence, Bandai Namco Games, December 6th
Rune Factory 2, Marvelous Interactive, January 3rd 2008
Inazuma Eleven, Level 5, winter 2007
Layton Kyouju to Akuma no Hako, Level 5, November 29th
Eternal Chronicle (tentative title), Nintendo/Paon, tba
Soma Bringer, Nintendo/Monolith Soft, tba
Fire Emblem (tentative title), Nintendo/Intelligent Systems, 2008


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