Xenogears[a] is a 1998 role-playing video game developed and published by Square for the PlayStation video game console. It is the debut entry in the larger Xeno franchise. The gameplay of Xenogears revolves around navigating 3D environments both on-foot and using humanoid mecha dubbed "Gears". Combat is governed by a version of the turn-based "Active Time Battle" system. The story follows protagonist Fei Fong Wong and several others as they journey across the world to overthrow the all-powerful rule of Solaris and uncover mysteries concerning their world. The story incorporates Jungian psychology, Freudian thought, and religious symbolism. 

Legend of Legaia (レガイア伝説, Regaia Densetsu)  is the first installment in the Legaia series, produced by Contrail, Inc. and developed by Prokion Ltd. in 1998. The original script was written by Hidenori Shibao, the game being directed by Kazuhiro Kobayashi and produced by Takahiro Kaneko. Legend of Legaia is a fully 3D RPG, being almost entirely rendered in polygons, with the exception of some two-dimensional backdrops. It features turn-based RPG gameplay with a twist based on fighting games, including Japanese character voices during battle and a unique storyline. 

Vagrant Story (ベイグラントストーリー, Beiguranto Sutōrī) is an action role-playing game developed and published by Square (now Square Enix) for the PlayStation video game console. The game was released in 2000, and has been re-released through the PlayStation Network for the PlayStation 3, PlayStation Portable and PlayStation Vita consoles. Vagrant Story was primarily developed by the team responsible for Final Fantasy Tactics, with Yasumi Matsuno serving as producer, writer and director. 

Breath of Fire IV[a] is a role-playing video game developed by Capcom, and is the fourth game in the Breath of Fire series. It was originally released for the PlayStation home console in Japan and North America in 2000, and Europe in 2001. The game was later ported to Windows-based PCs in Europe and Japan in 2003.[2] 

Breath of Fire III[a] is a role-playing video game developed and published by Capcom originally for the PlayStation console as part of the Breath of Fire series. Initially released in Japan on September 11, 1997, the game was later released in North America and Europe in 1998. It is the first game in the franchise to feature three-dimensional graphics and voice acting. The title was developed by director Makoto Ikehara and features a unique jazz-inspired soundtrack by company composers Yoshino Aoki and Akari Kaida. On August 25, 2005, the game was ported and released for the PlayStation Portable handheld system in Japan, and was also released in Europe on February 3, 2006. 

Dans le monde d'Inferia, le jeune Reid Hershel et son amie d'enfance Farah Oersted sont témoins du crash d'un appareil étrange. Ils découvrent dans les décombres du véhicule une jeune fille du nom de Meredy qui parle une langue qui leur est incompréhensible. Le groupe décide d'aller voir Keele Zeibel, un ami d'enfance, qui serait susceptible de pouvoir traduire son langage. On apprend alors qu'elle vient du monde de Celestia et que des événements dramatiques se déroulent : Inferia et Celestia se rapprochent et pourraient entrer en collision.

Vandal Hearts, known in Japan as Vandal Hearts: The Lost Ancient Civilization (ヴァンダルハーツ ~失われた古代文明~, Vandaru Hātsu ~Ushinawareta Kodai Bunmei~) is a turn-based tactical role-playing video game developed by Konami Computer Entertainment Tokyo for the PlayStation and later ported to the Sega Saturn by Konami Computer Entertainment Nagoya. The PlayStation version was distributed in Japan, North America, and Europe. The Saturn version was only released in Japan. There was also a Microsoft Windows version which was released only in Japan and South Korea, with Software renderer and Direct3D Support.

The game spawned a sequel, Vandal Hearts II, also for the PlayStation. A prequel, Vandal Hearts: Flames of Judgment was created for the PlayStation Network and Xbox Live Arcade.[1] In 2004, Konami announced a Vandal Hearts game for the Nintendo DS,[2] but it was later cancelled.

Saga Frontier 2 is a RPG video game published by Electronic Arts released on February 15th, 2000 for the PlayStation.

Parasite Eve is a Action RPG/Survival Horror video game published by SquareSoft released on September 8th, 1998 for the Sony PlayStation.