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The player controls Yuki and his companions through a fully 3D world, fighting their way through obstacles using a battle system in the same style as the other Grandia games, with some slight tweaks. Throughout the game Yuki enlists the aide of various characters and creatures called the Guardians to aid him on his journey. Rather than walking across a world map to travel between areas in this game, the player flies a plane, with further landing points becoming available as the story is progressed. 

Grandia Xtreme plays very similarly to the rest of the games in the Grandia series, which are traditional role-playing video games with battles that occur within dungeons or during scripted situations. Combat takes place on a three-dimensional battlefield where the characters move around, striking enemies as they get near them. The Battle Gauge displays icons representing characters and enemies currently in battle. The icons move along the Battle Gauge at a rate which corresponds to their "speed" rating. Once an icon reaches the top of the circle, the character is allowed to either attack, use items, defend, or flee the battle. 

is the eighth installment in the Dragon Quest series, and the first to be developed by Level-5 and published by Square Enix. It was initially released on the PlayStation 2 in 2004, and was the first main series title to receive a PAL release. 

Young Jack Russell wants to follow in the footsteps of his father, a renowned member of the Royal Radiata Knights who protect the kingdom. Unfortunately, Jack is more than a little in need of some refining. He's a bad boy with a sharp tongue and a penchant for kicking objects and even people around. Can a world-saving quest help this obnoxious 16-year-old grow into a respectable human being? 

Rogue Galaxy - Rogue Galaxy is a RPG by Level 5 and published by Sony Computer Entertainment in 2007. It was released in North America in January, 2007. The Original Rogue Galaxy was only released in Japan, and now it is a rare game. The newer version of the game featured several main characters, each with two differant weapons and personalities. The game's battle system is like Dark Chronicle, one of Level 5's previous video games. Also taken from Dark Chronicle is the game's new Sythesis System, except this time a toad is featured. Rogue Galaxy was also ported to the PlayStation 4 PS4 in december 2015 as a downloadable Game 

Found in a cave is a mysterious book that tells a story...

In the land of Dark Cloud, a greedy warlord frees an evil force that was entrapped in an enchanted cauldron, the "Dark Genie", who he uses to wipe the world clean of the towns and people for his conquest.

The Fairy King intervenes, and uses his magic to seal up everyone in protective "atla" bubbles right before the Dark Genie's powerbolts struck, protecting everyone. However, the force of the Dark Genie's attack scattered the atla all over the world and hid them in deep dungeons, infested with evil.

Dark Chronicle,[a] released as Dark Cloud 2 in North America and South Korea,[3] is an action role-playing game developed by Level-5 and published by Sony Computer Entertainment for the PlayStation 2 (PS2). It was released in Japan in November 2002, in North America in February 2003, and in Europe in September 2003. An emulated version of the game was released for the PlayStation 4 through the PlayStation Network in January 2016. 

Shadow Hearts: Covenant[a] is a role-playing video game developed by Nautilus (Sacnoth) for the PlayStation 2, and is the second entry in the Shadow Hearts series. Published in Japan by Aruze in 2004, the game was released internationally by Midway Games in 2004 (North America) and 2005 (Europe). A director's cut with additional content was released in Japan in 2005.

Covenant takes place in 1915, six months after the events of the first game. At the height of World War I, German Army lieutenant Karin Koenig is drawn into a conflict between original protagonist Yuri Hyuga and the secret society Sapientes Gladio. During gameplay, the player explores various locations through a growing party of characters. Four characters take part in turn-based battles against a variety of enemies, with actions relying on a timing-based system dubbed the Judgement Ring. The game's worldview combines alternate history with elements of Lovecraftian horror.

Covenant began development in the autumn of 2002; returning staff members included writer and director Matsuzo Machida, artist Miyako Kato, and composer Yoshitaka Hirota. The team redesigned the battle system and altered the story's tone based on feedback from the first game's players. The localization was handled by Jeremy Blaustein, who remembered the game as one of his favorite projects. Selling around 240,000 units in Japan and North America, the game was praised by reviewers. It has since been ranked by several journalistic sites as one of the best games of its time. A third Shadow Hearts title, Shadow Hearts: From the New World, was released in 2005.

Shadow Hearts: From the New World[a] is a role-playing video game developed by Nautilus (Sacnoth) for the PlayStation 2. It was published in Japan by Aruze in 2005, in North America by Xseed Games in 2006, and in Europe by Ghostlight in 2007. From The New World is the third and final game in the Shadow Hearts series, acting as both a continuation of the series narrative and a spin-off featuring new characters. 

Musashi: Samurai Legend, known in Japan as Musashiden II: Blade Master (武蔵伝II ブレイドマスター, Musashiden Tsū Bureido Masutā, "The Legend of Musashi II: Blade Master"), is a third-person action game developed by Square Enix in 2005 for PlayStation 2. Square Enix published the game in Japan and North America, while the game was released in PAL regions by Atari Europe.[2] 

Shadow of Rome[a] is a 2005 action-adventure game developed and published by Capcom for the PlayStation 2. The game was released in Europe and North America in February, and in Japan in March.

The plot is a fictionalized version of the assassination of Julius Caesar, focusing on two characters, Agrippa, a soldier whose father is accused of murdering Caesar, and who is forced to fight in the gladiatorial arenas, and Octavianus, who sets about proving Agrippa's father's innocence.

The game received favorable reviews. Originally conceived as the first part of a franchise aimed at a specifically western audience, the sequel was in the early stages of development when the first game was released. However, due to poor sales, particularly in North America, executive producer Keiji Inafune decided to scrap the franchise, and Shadow of Rome 2 ultimately became Dead Rising.

Batman: Rise of Sin Tzu is a 2003 beat 'em up video game, based on DC Comics character Batman and the television series The New Batman Adventures. Sin Tzu, cunning master of strategy and martial arts, makes history as the first Batman character to debut in a video game. To commemorate this event, DC Comics and Warner Bros. have showcased the talents of veteran scriptwriter Flint Dille and reknown comic book artist, Jim Lee as Sin Tzu's co-creators and character designers. The third-person action game lets up to two players join forces as Batman and Robin or Nightwing and Batgirl and take on the scum of Gotham City. Utilizing 35 different attacks and plenty of Bat-gadgets, players fight their way through 12 levels, from the Gotham City Docks to the infamous Arkham Asylum.

Neo Contra est un jeu vidéo d'action de type shoot them up développé et édité par Konami. Il fait partie de la série Contra et est une suite directe à Contra: Shattered Soldier. Le jeu est disponible depuis 2004 sur PlayStation 21. 

Dirge of Cerberus: Final Fantasy VII[b] is a 2006 action role-playing third-person shooter video game developed and published by Square Enix for the PlayStation 2.[1] It is part of the Compilation of Final Fantasy VII metaseries, a multimedia collection set within the universe of the popular 1997 video game Final Fantasy VII. The game is set three years after the events of the original game and focuses on one of the game's playable characters, Vincent Valentine. In the story, Vincent is targeted by Deepground, a mysterious organization that plans to awaken a creature known as Omega, with the ability to destroy the Planet. 

Cold Fear est un jeu vidéo d'action-aventure développé par Darkworks et édité par Ubisoft sur PlayStation 2, Xbox et Windows en 2005. Ce jeu de type survival horror se déroule sur un baleinier en perdition en pleine mer où un garde-côte nommé Tom Hansen doit s'échapper des monstres et mutants qui hantent le bateau. 

Zill Ơll Infinite est un jeu de rôle fantastique et un remake du jeu PlayStation Zill Ơll. Il comprenait de nouveaux scénarios et fins. Infinite a ensuite été porté sur la PlayStation Portable sous le nom de Zill Ơll Infinite Plus avec des extras 

Ar tonelico: Melody of Elemia, sorti au Japon sous le nom Ar tonelico: Sekai no owari de utai tsuzukeru shôjo, est un jeu vidéo de rôle de la franchise Ar tonelico développé par Gust.  

Ar tonelico: Melody of Elemia, sorti au Japon sous le nom Ar tonelico: Sekai no owari de utai tsuzukeru shôjo, est un jeu vidéo de rôle de la franchise Ar tonelico développé par Gust.  

Arc the Lad: Twilight of the Spirits ("アークザラッド 精霊の黄昏" Āku za Raddo: Seirei no Tasogare, also known as Arc: Twilight of the Spirits in Europe) is a 2003 tactical role-playing video game developed by Cattle Call and published by Sony Computer Entertainment. It is the sixth game released in the Arc the Lad series, and the first game in the series released for the PlayStation 2 and made in 3D. It originally released in Japan in March 2003, alongside a premium box set, later in June 2003 in North America (marking it the first game in the series to be published by Sony in the region), and later in January 2004 in Europe (marking it as the first game in the series to release in the region). The game was executively produced by Tekken creator, Seiichi Ishii, and received developmental support by certain members of Zener Works Inc, developers of Okage: Shadow King. It was followed up with a sequel in 2005, Arc the Lad: End of Darkness. 

L'histoire a lieu 15 ans après les événements de Suikoden II. L'action prend place cette fois-ci dans les Grasslands et Zexen, deux pays déjà mentionnés dans le précédent épisode. Les deux pays sont en guerre depuis des années. heureusement, les deux pays souhaitent en finir avec ce conflit et chaque dirigeant envoie ses délégués afin préparer une trêve. Malheureusement, des incidents vont survenir des deux côtés, chacun soupçonnant l'autre d'actes de trahisons. La guerre va reprendre de plus belle tandis que certains guerriers vont tenter de comprendre qui se cache derrière ces mystérieuses forfaitures.

Tout comme son prédécesseur, Suikoden IV comporte plusieurs innovations. La plus marquante d'entre elles étant le système de combat; en effet, les précédents opus de la série permettaient de jouer jusqu'à 6 personnages à la fois lors des combats, alors qu'ici le nombre de combattants a été réduit à 4. Le système des Runes quant à lui a fait un retour en arrière par rapport à Suikoden III. Il a simplement subi un léger "lifting" car désormais il est possible d'associer jusqu'à 3 Runes par personnages (Tête, Main droite et Main gauche). 

Suikoden V is a role-playing video game and thus features many of the usual traits. The player controls the Prince and travels with him around the world map, advancing the plot by completing tasks and talking with other characters. The Prince can also recruit new characters to his cause, which often involves a short sidequest. In towns, the player can gather information, sharpen character's weaponry, learn new skills and buy equipment; wilderness areas generally feature random encounters with monsters. The game runs at 60 FPS and is the first 3d Suikoden game to feature a camera system similar to the top down perspective of the first 2 games. 

Taking place in a fantasy world, the game follows the story of a young man named Stahn who comes across a sentient sword named Dymlos and his subsequent encounters with other similar sword-wielders. Eventually, he and his friends must unite against evil forces seeking use a relic from an ancient war. The PlayStation version of Tales of Destiny was mostly well-received, selling over a million copies worldwide and going on to become the highest selling Tales game in Japan to this day.