Little One – Child Raising Simulation – Game Review

My first playthrough of Little One took 6 hours and I received a “pretty good ending” according to the game. I see the Achievement I got for this ending has only been found by 18% of the players on steam, so I feel pretty satisfied. I see some people giving it harsh reviews about the quality of the writing, but I disagree. It felt very natural and very heart felt and emotional to me. I enjoyed it very much. I do think every playthrough is different so your mileage may vary.

My little one ended up enjoying painting and writing stories and the stories he wrote were very beautiful and sad. I enjoyed that aspect a lot. He told several stories. For example one was about a star that fell to earth and took a girl to heaven. Another story was about a mushroom who could only watch children play but couldn’t play with them. And another story was about a horrible monster who could never die.

Of course, as is the case with these games, your character will develop uniquely and I am not sure if everyone’s little one will tell stories, but mine did and honestly, his stories were a bit more interesting than the main story.

Trying to describe the main story without giving too much away…. I see on the steam page the game creators say this game takes place in 1990. Uhm I would strongly disagree with that. LOL. All of the characters dress like medieval fantasy renaissance steam punk characters and the buildings and settings and surroundings also fantasy-ish. So disregard whatever the steam page says because it’s not really accurate. If the creators of this game wanted to make a game set in the 90s, that’s a HARD FAIL. I’m a 90s kid and nothing – NOTHING – about this game screams 90s. There’s no hints of 90s pop culture or fashion or references to anything – this is not like Stranger Things – which successfully pulled off that 80s/90s vibe. Nope. Not even ONE thing about this game has anything to do with the 90s.

I would say this is a fantasy game, could be set any time, any place, in a fantasy world. The little boy you’re raising has a dark secret. Is he a demon? What is he hiding? – I know what it is – but I won’t tell you – you should play for yourself to find out.

I will also say this game deals with mental health in a very interesting way, both as part of the story/mystery of the game and also as an actual stat in the game. You have to balance traditional stats like strength and wisdom, along with a unique fear stat, to get the best ending. You also have to reach timed events with certain stats by a certain time – I missed some early on. Buying items in the shop can also trigger different events and endings. Also, your decisions in story prompts can affect the ending and parts of the story. So yeah, this game is very interesting. I’ve only played it once so far. It is fairly short, taking a mere 6 hours for my first playthrough. I will probably play it again maybe, although I’m mostly happy with my ending. There are a few more mysteries to solve.

I enjoyed the game but had a few complaints:

Character art is reused a lot. There’s 3 triplets who only have a different color shirt and apron. Then there’s a woman with an eye patch, man with scar, and your little one. That’s it. There’s maybe 3 or 4 different backgrounds. And even fewer cg scenes – I encountered maybe 2 or 3 on my playthrough.

There’s no voice acting. Music was nice but also reused a lot.

But it was an interesting and quick story and I would recommend it to anyone who is a fan of stat raising simulations – of which there are not many games like this available in English – Princess Maker and Lucky Rabbit’s Foot come to mind.

If you like the idea of raising a child and unraveling a mystery, give this game a go. Otherwise, maybe wait for it to go on sale. There’s no action as is the case for most visual novels and add to that the fact that the story is pretty short for games of this genre.

Total Score: 55/80 69% D+ Average Game For Girls

Overview: 7/10 – I really enjoy these types of stat raising games, and I felt this one had a unique story with some fun gameplay elements.

Gameplay: 8/10 – It can be challenging to balance all your stats and reach certain benchmarks by set timed events. But that challenge makes it more fun in my opinion. Also things for sale in the shop and your decisions in the story also help shape your little one. I feel like there is a great deal of choice, or at least perhaps the illusion of choice. I felt like my little one was unique to my gaming experience and that helped me bond more with the characters in the game.

Story: 7/10 – I like the story and how it handles mental health in a fantasy setting. I also liked the side stories my little one created on his own. They were more interesting than the main story lol.

Characters: 6/10 – There’s only about 6 characters, 3 of which use the same graphics, no voice acting for anyone, and not much depth to the characters but yet, the bond you form with your little one, and learning his back story and the mystery in the game make it enjoyable.

Graphics: 6/10 – characters and backgrounds are beautiful but get reused too often which is extremely noticeable and the lack of enough event scenes really was a big downfall.

Music: 5/10 – again decent music but gets reused so much that it becomes bothersome

Voice Acting: None

Replay Value: 9/10 – I still want to learn some of the mysteries I missed, and I think it is quite challenging to get a good ending. So I would say the replay value is quite high.

Geeky: 4/5 – no combat but enough other stuff to keep you busy

Sweetie: 3/5 – Short and sweet little story about a cute but troubled young boy. I’d give more points if the story was a little more fleshed out.

Total Score: 55/80 69% D+ Average Game For Girls

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Wannabe Challenge Otome Game Review

Revision: 11/19/20: In this article I compared Wannabe Challenge’s story and character to those in the Korean Drama, My Love From Another Star, however, I originally was thinking of the Korean Drama, Goblin, and got my wires crossed somewhere. I thought about just coming in and editing it to change it to say Goblin instead of My Love From The Star, but I dunno, after thinking about it, it is rather similar to My Love From The Star too. The main character in Wannabe Challenge is a Model, the main character in My Love From The Star is an Actress/Model. The Male lead in My Love From The Star is a super natural being from hundreds of years ago who can live forever. He comes to rescue her and save her from various things. But obviously, Wannabe Challenge is still very similar to the Korean Drama Goblin, because both are about a love story between a Goblin and his bride who are tied together by a sad fate. That concept is true of both Wannabe Challenge and Goblin. Taehee even looks a little bit like Kim Shin. Anyways my original post is still here below in its unedited version.

Wannabe Challenge is a new free to play mobile Otome game. It has an interesting story that reminds me of My Love From The Star and fun simple gameplay along with beautiful music and art. I highly recommend checking out Wannabe Challenge. Below is my review sprinkled with some screenshots.

Title: Wannabe Challenge

Release Date: November 2020

Price: Free

Language: English

Genre: Otome Game

Where to Get: https://wannabe.com2us.com/main

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Geeky: 3/5 – The voice acting, story, graphics, and music are all outstanding. The gameplay is simple but fun.

Sweetie: 5/5 – The wonderful story, cute boys and cute dialog make this one a big hit with female fans.

Overall: 70/80 88% B+ Very Good Game For Girls

Concept: 10/10 – I really like the modeling/social media concept behind the gameplay. The story is very good, music, voice acting, and art the best I’ve seen of any free games in 2020. This one is a must play.

Gameplay: 8/10 – This game offers a lot to do!! Collect cute photos of the goblins, use the photos to boost your modeling career on the game’s fictitious social media “network”, Dressup, date the boys, read more about this fantasy love story as you progress through the chapters, etc. There is no action, but there is definitely plenty to do. Despite a wide variety of things to explore, it does get repetitive as most mobile games do. Gameplay-wise this game reminds me a lot of Mr Love Queen’s Choice which I reviewed awhile back on my blog here.

Story: 10/10 – Have you ever watched the hit Korean Drama “My Love From The Star?” I feel like this is a very similar story. A very unlucky girl meets supernatural creatures known as goblins and their fates are intertwined, a sad bittersweet romance.

Artwork: 8/10 – From the cute boys, pretty main character female lead, to beautiful background art, this game shines. Some of the backgrounds get overused a bit much, and even some of the event scenes. There are a few places I also think event scenes could have been added but they don’t use it.

Voice Acting: 8/10 – the soft romantic voices of the main characters make me feel calm. I am surprised though that it has not been translated giving the option for English voice acting as well. All of the voice actors though are very talented. A+!

Music: 8/10 – Music is nice but does get re-used and can be repetitive after awhile.

Replay Value: 10/10 – I want to keep playing to read the story! It’s very good! Also there are some limited time Evermores to collect during different events.

Overall: 70/80 88% B+ Very Good Game For Girls

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Retro Gaming House Retro Pie Emulation Station Raspberry Pi Review

This is not a sponsored post. I decided to purchase a Raspberry Pi with Retro Pi, Emulation Station, Kodi, and some other goodies pre-installed. I purchased mine from Retro Gaming House. https://www.retrogaminghouse.com/collections/retropie-emulators

The one I ordered came with 2 controllers that look a lot like PS4 controllers and a wireless keyboard. It had a small 32gb micro sd card with all the software pre-installed. They say they use their own skins and stuff too but I’m not sure if that claim is true or false.

It does have some surprisingly rare games. Lunar Walking School is on there, but not Lunar Eternal Blue or Silver Star Story. Lufia is on there, including an unfinished Sega Genesis version that I didn’t even know existed. Some of my old favorite cartridges and CDs are on there, like Final Fantasy, Tactics Ogre, Chrono Trigger, Earthbound, and Breath of Fire, just to name a few. And fun childhood memories of games I grew up with like Sonic, Ecco, Mario, and more.

Shipping was fast, arrived in less than a week. I began doing research on Retro Pie prior to receiving my console and I was already confused. I sent an email to their customer service team about how to install my own copies of roms onto their systems.

Initially, their customer service team responded within a day or two with a tutorial on 3 ways in which to get my own roms onto the console. When the console first arrived I was so excited that I didn’t try right away any of these methods as there was plenty to play already installed – and still is plenty to play too.

But after a week or two, I did want a nice way to play my retro games, which I do own, but it’d be nice to have them all on one HDMI ready tiny console. This thing is so tiny it fits in one hand. In fact you could probably fit at least 3 or 4 of them in one hand lol.

So I became more determined to load my own games. And here is where the misery begins.

So according to the guide the store sent me, as well as everything I’ve read online, I’m doing everything right.

There are 3 ways.

  1. USB – the most straightforward way. I formatted my USB to Fat32 and created a folder called retropie and stuck it into my machine. It says to wait until it stops blinking, but mine never did stop blinking. I let it run an entire day and when I checked on it again it still had not created any of the rom folders.
  2. I tried to manually create some folders on my USB using the path of retropie/roms/short name where short name is the console such as gba, snes, megadrive, etc. But this too did not work.
  3. Moving away from USB I decided to try SSH. I enabled it under the RetroPie configuration settings as it is off by default.
  4. Next I plugged my Raspberry Pi into my cable modem which is supposed to automatically connect it to my network. I chose to do a wired connection because none of the wireless methods of connecting were working.
  5. I had tried Wifi, and it says that the keyboard will not show your password on screen but rest assured it is working, but when I pressed enter nothing happened.
  6. So back to the wired connection. I ensured that SSH was enabled and then told it to show my IP address. I made note of the console’s IP address and went back to my computer
  7. On my computer I installed WinSCP to access my raspberry pi via SSH connection on my windows machine.
  8. I used the default username pi and password raspberry.
  9. The connection timed out.
  10. I changed port numbers. I had read about using 20, 80, or 55555.
  11. I tried all port numbers. Depending on the port numbers I got various errors, such as connection refused or connection timeout when trying to connect with WinSCP
  12. I tried looking briefly into Samba-Share but that seemed even more technical and over my head and I’d been trying for over 9 hours just to add a handful of roms.
  13. In the end I could not add roms.
  14. I emailed the company and now, almost 48 hours later am still waiting on a response.
  15. I don’t think I’ll be able to add my own roms and I am disappointed.

I don’t think I’ll be able to add my own roms and I am disappointed as it is missing quite a few that I would really like to play.

The whole process is way more technical than I’m comfortable with.

STILL…. In the end…. for $150 for the console, the 3,000ish games that came pre-loaded, and the controls and wireless keyboard (controls work fine, wireless keyboard i dunno lol maybe not working). But still I feel it’s a good value.

If I’m having THIS much trouble trying to just transfer in some roms, I can’t imagine I could have ever loaded retro pie and emulation station and everything else on my own. No way.

So $150 for 3,000 games, yeah I’ll take it still… Even though it has some issues…

Aside from not being able to load my own roms, there’s other issues as well, edges of the screen in menus (not within games, but pretty much anywhere else) are ever so slightly clipped off making it hard to read certain things sometimes – it’s rare, it only happens in a few screens, which I wouldn’t have seen unless trying all these settings and config options to get my own roms loaded.

The other big issue is the controls can be reconfigured to your preferred layout, but it is really sensitive and buggy. I just left mine on default settings, which maybe in Asia and/or Europe, is backwards from the USA. I keep wanting to press the bottom left button (X) to confirm, and the bottom right button (O) to cancel, because that’s how it is on almost every console in USA. but on this console it’s reversed. X cancels and O confirms…. SOMETIMES…. and other times… in certain games/menus it’s reversed AGAIN – back to the American way. That drives me a bit batty. But is a minor inconvenience.

It came with little to no documentation. And everything needed batteries which was another minor inconvenience. I looked up documentation online and after some fumbling around was up and running in under 20 minutes. But this transferring in my own roms thing still not working. I’ve reached out to the seller, and also am asking around in online communities trying to get it sorted out.

I would say…. yes it’s worth buying…

If you are technical enough, save yourself some money and mod your own raspberry pi unit.

But if you’re lazy and/or not technical, go ahead and buy this.

I have read mixed reviews about controls not working or the console not working, but mine works fine, except for MAYBE the keyboard, or maybe I just dunno wtf I’m doing – and then also I can’t connect to Wifi or SSH even with a hard wired connection – is it a problem of the system or am I doing it wrong? I can’t say for sure.

There are flaws as mentioned above, but I’m still playing with and enjoying my unit.

If I get my own roms installed I’d give this 5 out of 5 stars. Without my own roms, I give it like 3 stars, “good but not great”. Transferring my own roms is not the only issue, but it is the biggest issue for me in my opinion. There’s lots of other little issues but it’s a neat little machine with some fun games already loaded. Check it out and let me know what you think. Also if anyone has any advice for me on how to load my own roms and what I’m doing wrong please tell me lol.

Retro Gaming House Retro Pie Emulation Station Raspberry Pi Review was originally published on Geeky Sweetie

Chinese Parents Nintendo Switch Life Simulation Game Review

I spent the weekend with my Chinese Parents… video game for Nintendo Switch that is. There are many aspects of this game that I really enjoyed. It is quite addicting. I probably sunk 20 hours into the game and am on my 5th generation. I’ve sprinkled some random screenshots throughout my review. At the end of the review is our score card and final verdict along with a gallery with all the screenshots I’ve taken so far. (Gallery is having some errors, too many photos, so I will try to add it in later).

What is Chinese Parents? Chinese Parents is a game for the Nintendo Switch in which you raise a baby and guide them through preschool through Gaokao which I’m guessing is like highschool graduation. After graduation, if you’re lucky then your child will get a good job, have a happy marriage, and have a child of their own, and the game continues… I’m not sure if there ever is an end to the game or if it just continues for infinity. It does get a bit easier on future generations as they can inherit some traits of their parents.

There are a few things I haven’t figured out yet. Dating as a man is hard. Much harder than dating as a girl. When I have a female child, I almost always can get the men to accept my proposal. On the other hand, I have yet to in 5 generations, ever once get a girl to accept a proposal when playing as a male.

I also don’t know why, but I think that sometimes the background images look different. I do know there are different schools, public schools, private schools, etc. and you can live at home or in a dorm. But there’s different baby nursery backgrounds too. I don’t know if that’s maybe determined by your parents stats, parents careers, which spouse you choose, or if it’s completely random maybe lol.

The mother and father character portraits change based on who you choose to marry and are much more attractive than the “stranger” and “starting” parents lol. But I don’t think your child’s appearance ever changes, which is a bit disappointing when in other simulation games like princess maker the child’s appearance changes based on stats. And there is a store to buy various items, but no dressup items.

The store is still useful though as you can buy items to unlock new skills which you can fill your schedule with. The basic gameplay is deciding your schedule for the week. You can follow the game’s recommendations or do your own thing. There are goals that give you bonuses which you can chase, or you can ignore those goals and live your own life your own way, but it’s usually beneficial to try to accomplish the goals.

This game plays like a mobile game and when I search for Chinese Parents on my iphone, I do see a game, that looks quite similar, but also different in some aspects, and that game appears to be in Chinese, so I haven’t tried it yet.

Playing like a mobile game isn’t a bad thing, really. I enjoy casual games. The object of the game is to balance your stress with your parents satisfaction, and be careful to not become too stressed or you will get a game over. Yikes. I think the game saves automatically. I haven’t figured out how else to save the game yet, so reaching a bad end would be very bad. But I think its quite easy to avoid this bad end, because in the store you can purchase things to lower your stress.

The game offers a good – perhaps stereotypical – look at the life of a Chinese family with a unique look into their culture and society. There are things like Chinese new years, but it’d be nice to see additional Chinese holidays and customs added to the game. There’s also the concept of saving face, and face battles where you choose your childs talents to brag about, and if you win, you earn face, and if you lose you lose face lol. There’s also a Chinese talent show like American idol. It’s very hard to win that portion even with epic or legendary traits.

The game is difficult in some ways, easy in other ways. The basics are easy, but I think to master the game is very difficult. There is a goal to master gaokao, but it says no one can really master it. I wonder if there is an end game at some point where you’ve maxed all stats and traits and done everything right and lived the perfect life, but I don’t think I’ll play enough to ever see that, because eventually, yeah it gets a little boring. There’s just not enough new content on new generations. There are numerous stats, skills, and traits, way more than can be experienced in 1, 2, or even 10 generations… and numerous endings and jobs, probably 50+ maybe even 100+. Similar in ways to Princess Maker.

This game is very fun. There are a few typos, grammar errors and some words that need a space between them, some random punctuation symbols appearing especially at gaokao. But I think these errors do not detract from my enjoyment or understanding of the game.

I’m definitely recommending this one to my readers. I’ve enjoyed it but after 5 generations and just starting my 6th generation, I’m ready for a break and to play other games for a while, but I think I will go back to this one from time to time. I really like life simulation games like this and we don’t get many in English – so thank you to whoever published this game.

Overall Score: 64/90 71% C- “Good Game For Girls

Geeky: 2/5 – no action but still challenging gameplay elements. There is a puzzle like element and some other things to mix it up so its not just all reading.

Sweetie: 5/5 – I love life simulation/school simulation games, we definitely don’t have enough of them in English, so 5/5 from me here. It’s no Tokimeki Memorial Girl’s Side, but I’ll take it, and pray that eventually other similar games make their way stateside.

Overview: 8/10 – I think overall, this game is unique, fun, and addictive. It is not without flaws though such as grammar and typo issues. Also there is some missed potential like lacking the ability to change your character appearances/dressup, lacking more late game content, like new features/random events etc on future generations, and just more story content overall.

Gameplay: 7/10: Gameplay consists of choosing what to study or how to spend your free time. I like these types of games, and we don’t get many of them in North America. But as mentioned above there were some things that could have made gameplay more enjoyable that are missing such as seeing your characters appearance change based on stats and traits, or dressup options which could have added another bonus also to stats and traits. And most importantly, the game is missing enough random events/random encounters, or late game content, which after 5+ generations it becomes too repetitive. This could have been avoided by having things like holidays, and teaching us more about Chinese culture, or things like school trips, or other things, having us join a club, or get a part time job, that would influence story elements, and our traits and stats, etc. So many missed opportunities. It’s still a fun game, but it could have been great. It falls just short of that greatness.

Story: 2/10 – There’s really almost no story… there are glimpses of a story, but no really, it’s not a story driven game which is a shame. The closest it comes to telling a story is through dating sim elements. And that part of the game is too small to really count as a story.

Characters: 8/10 – Despite not having much story, there are classmates, romantic prospects, your parents, your teachers, your children, etc. The characters in this game are cute, and they do evolve… for example, one of the characters is a bit Tsundere. He seems very cold, but after enough dates, he begins to really care for the player character, he loves her so much that he helps her study hoping they can go to the same university. There’s also both a male and female geek type character, the male is into video games and programming and the girl is into idol concerts and cosplay. There are male and female jock types, and I assume artist types – I met the male artist but not the female one yet. I like all the characters 🙂 And their stats do influence your next generation which is a nice touch.

Graphics: 7/10 – Most of the graphics have a very cute anime look. The teacher, starter parents, strangers to marry, etc all have a much more rough look. The romantic partners all have very nice artwork. The background art is also really pretty. The children are cute and there is a bit of animation here or there. I take points away again for lacking any change in characters appearances based on their stats and lacking any dressup abilities which was also a missed gameplay opportunity as the dressup items could have also offered a stat or trait bonus too. Boo.

Music: 5/10 – It has cute but very basic chidlike music. It is ok. there is no voice acting.

Replay Value: 10/10 the game has hundreds of skills, traits, and things to unlock, that’s the best part of the game. Despite lacking, more story/encounters/random events or things that would make future generations a little more unique, I still gotta give full marks just for the sheer amount of traits and school and career paths and multiple dating partners, etc. That’s part of the charm and fun of this game for sure.

Uniqueness: 10/10 – We do not get many school simulation games in North America. I can really only think of Princess Maker and some indie kinda Princess Maker Clones, and Graduation back in 1995. There was Lucky Rabbit Reflex, but it just made me want an official release of Tokimeki Memorial Girl’s Side even more. I’ve played the fan translations of all of them, and they are my favorite games. I want to see more games like this. I’m really praying Konami will release Tokimeki Memorial Girl’s Side 4 finally in North America or at least with an English option on the Switch…. But I don’t want to hold my breath, I might die. Lol. So I am awarding Chinese Parents 10/10 for being brave enough to publish their game in North America. I hope to see a sequel maybe some day with the missed opportunities I mentioned here.

Overall Score: 64/90 71% C- “Good Game For Girls

Chinese Parents Nintendo Switch Life Simulation Game Review was originally published on Geeky Sweetie

Top 10 MMORPG Games For Girls In 2020

You might be wondering what are the best Massively Multiplayer Online Roleplaying Games for girls. What makes an MMO so addictive? That answer can be different for both men and women. Women tend to be more social gamers, they also enjoy more dressup and character customization. Girls don’t necessarily need ultra high definition super realistic graphics and often prefer cuter, cartoon, or anime style graphics that are bright and colorful. Girls are also more likely to read the story and lore within the MMORPG and not just skip through quest and NPC dialog. For a girl, the enjoymemt of an MMORPG is in the journey, not in the endgame. Girls probably want a game with a large variety of pets and mounts to collect. And girls probably are more into crafting, fishing, and other relaxing activities besides just hunting monsters.

Based on all of these factors. Which are the top 10 MMORPGs for girls in 2020? Here’s my picks for the best MMOs for girls.

1.) Temtem

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Temtem is like a Pokemon or Digimon styled game with tons of cute monsters to collect. Temtem is also great because there’s no monthly fee. It’s the new kid on the block, being released just this year in 2020 which makes it super accessible still for new players. There are no expansions or things to worry about yet, but needless to say, that could change in the future. Fresh new content is constantly being added to Temtem. It has very positive reviews and a large and growing community of active players.

Here’s a quick rundown of Temtem’s features. As you can see it plays almost exactly like a Pokemon game. This info was pulled from the game’s official steam store page.

  • Story Campaign: Journey across six vivid islands and embark on the adventure of becoming a Temtem tamer while fighting against the evil Clan Belsoto.
  • Online World: The days of traveling solo are over; in Temtem the world is a massively multiplayer one. Tamers from around the world can join and you will be able to see them around you, living the adventure with you and fighting to become the best Temtem tamer.
  • Co-Op Adventure: You will be able to join forces with a friend any time and work together towards your next goal. Catch new Temtem, complete a Route, or face off against a Temtem Leader; all while fighting alongside your friend in dual battles!
  • Housing: Buy your own house at Atoll Row and decorate it your way. Buy new furniture, color your walls and you’ll be ready to invite your friends over!
  • Customize: Customize your character to stand out from the crowd and get new cosmetics while you battle other tamers. Pick a silly hat, a comfy sweatshirt, some pants and you’re ready to go! Or maybe you prefer to wear a full-on cosplay of your favorite Temtem?
  • Competitive: Start by choosing 8 Temtem and the pick and ban phase will begin. Take turns with your rival to pick your Temtem and ban theirs. When all the decisions are made and the turns are ended, you will end up with a squad of 5 Temtem and the battle will begin.
  • Always Growing: New content is constantly being added to Temtem, new events, new missions, new cosmetics, new Temtem, and new ways to play!

2.) World of Warcraft

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World of Warcraft has to be doing something right to have lasted for over 15 years. It still remains the largest MMORPG with over 84 Million active players. The next game behind it has a mere 26 Million active players which is old school runescape. And yes, these numbers are from 2020. This means WoW is CRUSHING the competition when it comes to revenue from subscriptions even 15 years after its initial release.

What makes WoW so unique that it has both drawn in new players while retaining old players? I think it’s the ease of use of the game. The game is quite simple and easy to play. It is a good gateway game for users who have never played an MMORPG before.

It offers something for everyone from crafting to transmutation of gear allowing you to customize your looks without affecting the stats of the gear. Hardcore gamers can grind their way to the top of the arena and earn rare mounts and titles and earn achievements to show off their accomplishments. More casual gamers can try wow boosting to get a jump start on their adventures. Whatever your play style, even if you just want to read lore and spend all day questing, WoW lets you play the game the way you want to enjoy it.

And with the largest online community, many people stick around just to keep playing the game with their friends. New expansions and fresh content are being released still even 15 years later. In fact, there’s an expansion coming out in just a few more weeks. Some expansions bring back characters or areas from the past and continue to write the story in new and interesting ways.

The story is definitely another highlight in World of Warcraft, one that I think girl gamers will definitely enjoy as it is full of fantasy and whimsy as well as heartfelt moments along the way. There are even numerous roleplaying servers where one can totally immerse into character whilst playing.

3.) Mabinogi

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Mabinogi’s cute anime style graphics and extensive crafting system really stand out. You can do anything in this game, from writing and composing your own music, playing music, fishing, farming, or of course grinding and hunting monsters. The game’s simple but cute anime graphics and the colorful world will draw girl gamers in for sure. Mabinogi is free to play but has some options for paid content, especially when it comes to character customization.

Mabinogi’s features are totally unique with no other MMORPG quite like it on the marketplace. That’s why it has been around since 2004 and continues to draw in new players, much like World of Warcraft.

Mabinogi is more like a life simulation game, allowing you to truly play the game any way you can imagine. Whether you want to just sit back and relax, cook, craft, play music, decorate your home, or go out and slay monsters, the choice is yours.

4.) Ragnarok Online

Ragnarok Transcendence

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One of the oldest and most beloved MMORPGs of all time, Ragnarok Online remains a cult classic to this day and is more accessible than ever with new mobile and steam ports of its popular franchise.

There are many people also setting up private servers with faster EXP rate and increased dropped rates for rare items.

I love the colorful cute pixel graphics and retro feel of this game. The game originally released in 2002 making it almost 20 years old now.

Ragnarok Online is free to play but does have a VIP option for users who want to spend a little extra.

5.) Final Fantasy Online

Whether it’s FFXI or FFXIV, both Final Fantasy games are still popular to this day. With the name Final Fantasy already being well known to female gamers, and popular characters and monsters and lore from the gaming series, the attraction of this game is obvious. Whether you want to be a sexy cat girl or cute chubby baby like character, the races and character customizations allow you to look your best.

Like most Asian MMOs, this one can be a little grindy, but it’s definitely worth it. There’s a lot of great story elements as you can expect from any game with Final Fantasy in its title. FFXI still has about 50,000 players. It has lost most of its initial players to the newer FFXIV which boasts 23 million players in 2020.

Really FFXIV has a great single player campaign. But once you reach endgame, things can get dicey, with long queues and wait times for some of the dungeons. But if you’re a casual gamer, you might not mind it as much as you can fish or craft or do something else while waiting.

The story and music in FFXIV is probably the best of any MMORPG on the market right now.

6.) Dragon Raja

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I did an in-depth review of Dragon Raja awhile back on my blog. What makes Dragon Raja so great is the character customization options. The graphics and characters are super cute. The story isn’t half bad either. And it’s a very accessible game being free to play and available on IOS and Android. I highly recommend Dragon Raja and think you’ll love it. It is similar in some ways to Mabinogi in that it is part life simulation. It lets you play the game as you like. Check it out.

7.) Perfect World

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Perfect World is another MMORPG with heavy character customization. The game is also quite old being released in 2005. It is free to play, but there are lots and lots of costumes and mounts and pets that can be purchased with irl money. The game, like others on our list, now has a mobile version, and is more accessible than ever before. For hardcore gamers, there are massive battles with 160 players fighting for dominance. It also allows you to fly. It’s a great game for girls also because it is super easy, mindless in fact, because you can autopath everywhere. Also female characters can be picked up and held by male characters so I used to have a friend who carried me everywhere in the game because I had a tendency to get lost 🙂 lol.

8.) Tree of Savior

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Similar in many ways to Ragnarok Online, Tree of Savior was a highly anticipated title but most fans felt it fell short of its lofty aspirations. It received mixed, mostly negative reviews at release. However, it has undergone a transformation called Re:Build and now is receiving mostly positive reviews. However, I hear they did a complete wipe and reset which angered people who had been playing since 2016. So it’s still one of those, love it, or hate it, types of games. It has a lot of charm and cute graphics that girls will love though so still makes our top 10.

9.) Phantasy Star Online 2

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Wow American gamers had to wait a long time for this one, didn’t we?! Releasing in Asia in 2012 – and not available in English until May of 2020, Phantasy Star Online 2, could have taken the world by storm, if their timing was right. Phantasy Star has been a cult classic ever since the 90s with its offline RPGs. It is an interesting blend of scifi and fantasy elements. Some may even call it a steampunk MMORPG.

The original Phantasy Star Online was a big hit both internationally and in the US. While it’s still very early days for the sequel in the US, all signs are pointing to it doing very well despite being almost a decade old.

They are already preparing the next stand-alone Phantasy Star Online game for release on PC, Xbox, Playstation, and Nintendo Switch as early as 2021. Whether that will be an English release, or we’ll have to wait a decade again, remains to be seen…

One thing is for certain, for fans of Phantasy Star Online 2, it was definitely worth the wait. I speculate, that the release may be in part just a marketing ploy to draw players in before the next stand alone game releases next year. We shall see.

Despite potentially being a big marketing ploy for the next game’s installment, a lot of time and care was given to the localization of Phantasy Star 2 Online including English (or your choice of original Japanese) voice overs, and even English singing of the vocal tracks. That’s more love and care than would be given to most free to play MMORPGs.

With its anime graphics, great soundtrack, and unique scifi setting, I highly recommend Phantasy Star Online 2 as one of my top 10 MMORPGs for girls in 2020.

10.) FLYFF Fly For Fun

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Securing the last spot on our countdown, we have FLYFF, Fly for fun. This game has been around since 2004. The cute 3D graphics and colorful world make FLYFF a big hit. As the name suggests, you can fly and even participate in airbase combat.

When it first released, FLYFF had incredible success. However, it soon became plagued by bots and hackers. They made numerous changes over the years to the game, but most dedicated players were already leaving FLYFF for newer MMORPGs. As the population declined, the game continued to fade into obscurity.

Another drawback was the game was quite slow and grindy as most Asian MMORPG are. It took forever to level up especially after about level 60. The game’s level cap is over 150, so as you can see, most players just became frustrated and gave up the grind midway through the game.

FLYFF recently got a new publisher this month. Some users are concerned this could be the doom of their beloved game. But I think to look at it this way, Bora Island paid a lot of money to acquire the rights to publish this game. They aren’t just going to waste money. They see potential in FLYFF and will work hard to continue to publish new and exciting content for the players.

Will Bora Island be able to revive what was once a cult classic? Only time will tell…

Conclusion:

Of course, there are many other noteworthy MMORPGs. Although some say MMORPG is on the way out, I disagree. I think MMORPG will always draw in players who want to obtain loot and/or enjoy crafting or even just want to make new friends. MMORPG is a unique genre that offers a little bit of something to all gamers no matter their playstyle.

Hope you’ve enjoyed my Top 10 MMORPGs for Girls in 2020. What MMORPGs are you currently playing? Leave a note below. Maybe I’ll come join you. 🙂

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Table of Contents For Best Girls Games On PC, Mobile, and Consoles

Due to the size of the post covering and ranking the past 30 years of gaming consoles (plus pc and mobile too), ranking them based on the quantity and quality of girl games available on the systems, I had to break what I’d hoped to be one big post into about FORTY (unbelievable lol) smaller posts.

I think you need a table of contents and i’ll be going back into each of those forty posts and adding this. As well as possibly changing headings and images to make things less confusing lol.

It took me 3 weeks to write the post in word doc, and another almost 2 weeks to format the post on my blog… a labor of love.

I hope you enjoy reading it!

Here’s my picks for the best gaming systems for girls.

Table of Contents

Introduction To This Countdown

PC Games For Girls

PC Games For Girls Part 1

PC Games For Girls Part 2

PC Games For Girls Part 3

PC Games For Girls Part 4

PC Games For Girls Part 5

PC Games For Girls Part 6

PC Games For Girls Part 7

PC Games For Girls Part 8

PC Games For Girls Part 9

PC Games For Girls Part 10

Mobile Games For Girls

Mobile Games For Girls Part 1

Mobile Games For Girls Part 2

Mobile Games For Girls Part 3

Mobile Games For Girls Part 4

Mobile Games For Girls Part 5

Mobile Games For Girls Part 6

Nintendo Switch Games For Girls

Nintendo Switch Games For Girls

Sony Playstation 2 Games For Girls

Sony Playstation 2 Games For Girls

Sony Vita Games For Girls

Sony Vita Games For Girls

Super Nintendo SNES Games For Girls

Super Nintendo SNES Games For Girls

Sony Playstation 1 Games For Girls

Sony Playstation 1 Games For Girls

Playstation 4 Games For Girls

Playstation 4 Games For Girls

Sega CD Games For Girls

Sega CD Games For Girls

Sega Genesis Games For Girls

Sega Genesis Games For Girls

Sega Saturn Games For Girls

Sega Saturn Games For Girls

Sega Dreamcast Games For Girls

Sega Dreamcast Games For Girls

Sony Playstation Portable PSP Games For Girls

Sony Playstation Portable PSP Games For Girls

Playstation 3 Games For Girls

Playstation 3 Games For Girls

Nintendo 3DS / 2DS Games For Girls

Nintendo 3DS / 2DS Games For Girls

Nintendo DS Games For Girls

Nintendo DS Games For Girls

Nintendo GBA Gameboy Advance Games For Girls

Nintendo GBA Gameboy Advance Games For Girls

Nintendo N64 Games For Girls

Nintendo N64 Games For Girls

Wii U Games For Girls

Wii U Games For Girls

Nintendo Gamecube Games For Girls

Nintendo Gamecube Games For Girls

Sega Gamegear Games For Girls

Sega Gamegear Games For Girls

Nintendo Wii Games For Girls

Nintendo Wii Games For Girls

Xbox Games For Girls

Xbox and Xbox 360 Games For Girls

Gameboy Games For Girls

Gameboy Color and Gameboy Original or Pocket Games For Girls

Conclusion Remaining Games For Girls

NES, Colecovision, and Virtual Boy Games For Girls

Table of Contents For Best Girls Games On PC, Mobile, and Consoles was originally published on Geeky Sweetie

The Best Gaming Console For Girls

This Is Our Conclusion covering any games for girls on our remaining consoles.

This is part of a multi-post “countdown” of the best gaming systems for girls. Please use the Table of Contents to navigate through the various posts.

Table of Contents

Introduction To This Countdown

PC Games For Girls

PC Games For Girls Part 1

PC Games For Girls Part 2

PC Games For Girls Part 3

PC Games For Girls Part 4

PC Games For Girls Part 5

PC Games For Girls Part 6

PC Games For Girls Part 7

PC Games For Girls Part 8

PC Games For Girls Part 9

PC Games For Girls Part 10

Mobile Games For Girls

Mobile Games For Girls Part 1

Mobile Games For Girls Part 2

Mobile Games For Girls Part 3

Mobile Games For Girls Part 4

Mobile Games For Girls Part 5

Mobile Games For Girls Part 6

Nintendo Switch Games For Girls

Nintendo Switch Games For Girls

Sony Playstation 2 Games For Girls

Sony Playstation 2 Games For Girls

Sony Vita Games For Girls

Sony Vita Games For Girls

Super Nintendo SNES Games For Girls

Super Nintendo SNES Games For Girls

Sony Playstation 1 Games For Girls

Sony Playstation 1 Games For Girls

Playstation 4 Games For Girls

Playstation 4 Games For Girls

Sega CD Games For Girls

Sega CD Games For Girls

Sega Genesis Games For Girls

Sega Genesis Games For Girls

Sega Saturn Games For Girls

Sega Saturn Games For Girls

Sega Dreamcast Games For Girls

Sega Dreamcast Games For Girls

Sony Playstation Portable PSP Games For Girls

Sony Playstation Portable PSP Games For Girls

Playstation 3 Games For Girls

Playstation 3 Games For Girls

Nintendo 3DS / 2DS Games For Girls

Nintendo 3DS / 2DS Games For Girls

Nintendo DS Games For Girls

Nintendo DS Games For Girls

Nintendo GBA Gameboy Advance Games For Girls

Nintendo GBA Gameboy Advance Games For Girls

Nintendo N64 Games For Girls

Nintendo N64 Games For Girls

Wii U Games For Girls

Wii U Games For Girls

Nintendo Gamecube Games For Girls

Nintendo Gamecube Games For Girls

Sega Gamegear Games For Girls

Sega Gamegear Games For Girls

Nintendo Wii Games For Girls

Nintendo Wii Games For Girls

Xbox Games For Girls

Xbox and Xbox 360 Games For Girls

Gameboy Games For Girls

Gameboy Color and Gameboy Original or Pocket Games For Girls

Conclusion Remaining Games For Girls

NES, Colecovision, and Virtual Boy Games For Girls

This Is Our Conclusion covering any games for girls on our remaining consoles.

27.) NES – The first gaming console in my house. It didn’t have many RPGs at all but had some other games I fondly remember from my childhood.

Hydlide

Hydlide is a role-playing video game released in 1989 for the Nintendo Entertainment System. In the game, you take control of a hero who’s goal is to hunt down an enemy of your kingdom’s who recently stole one of three magical jewels. Together the three jewels powered Boralis, though with one gone that power did not remain.

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Dragon Quest

Dragon Quest (called Dragon Warrior in North America) also known as Dragon Quest I, is the first game in the Dragon Quest series was developed by Enix (now Square Enix) and released in 1986 in Japan for the Family Computer (“Famicom”).

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Dragon Quest II

Dragon Quest II is a RPG that was initially released for the NES in Japan on January 26, 1987. It is the second installment of the Dragon Quest series. Dragon Quest II is a role-playing video game.

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Dragon Quest IV

Dragon Quest IV also known as Dragon Warrior IV for the original North American release for the NES in 1992 is a video game initially released in 1990. The game was later got an remake under the title Dragon Quest IV: Chapters of the Chosen for the Nintendo DS.

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The Legend of Zelda

The Legend of Zelda (later released as The Legend of Zelda 1 in Japan) is an NES action-adventure game. It was first released in Japan as a Famicom Disk System game in February of 1986. The next year it would release in both North America and Europe.

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Zelda II: The Adventure of Link

Zelda II: The Adventure of Link is a video game for the Nintendo Entertainment System that was released a year after The Legend of Zelda. While the original game used a bird’s eye view perspective, The Adventure of Link goes in a dramatic new gameplay direction that basically is a sidescrolling RPG/action adventure video game.

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Faxanadu

Faxanadu is a Nintendo Entertainment System video game released in 1987 and later re-released on the Wii Virtual Console. Players guide the hero through a screen-by-screen series of fields, towns, and dungeons. The hero can walk, jump, and climb ladders – all typical characteristics of a platform game.

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Legacy of the Wizard

Legacy of the Wizard (Dragon Slayer in Japan) is a fantasy platformer game for the Nintendo Entertainment System. It was developed by Compile, published by Namco, and localized by Brøderbund. The stars are the Drasle Family who are on the mission to get the crown jewel to defeat the evil dragon.

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Castlevania II: Simon’s Quest

Castlevania II: Simon’s Quest is a role-playing game for the Nintendo Entertainment System released in 1988. It is the third installment in the popular series, but the second one released for the NES. Its gameplay is similar to the obscure Vampire Killer (the second installment, released on MSX and Wii U), and very different from the first Castlevania for the NES.

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Final Fantasy (video game)

Final Fantasy is an NES video game initially released in 1987 in Japan and in 1990 later in North America. It’s without a doubt one of the best known role-playing video games. It has spawned sequels, spin-offs and influenced various video games, though itself influenced by Dragon Quest.

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Little Ninja Brothers

Little Ninja Brothers is an action Role-Playing game Nihon Game (now Culture Brain) and published by Taiyo System in December 1990 for the NES where the player plays a Kung-Fu Warrior and tries to find the exit to a room while racking up as many points as possible.

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StarTropics

StarTropics is a game for the NES. It was both developed and published by Nintendo. The game, despite being developed in Japan, was never released there. The game includes an immersive story, and fun characters (including the main character Mike Jones, Dr. Steve Jones, and others).

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Zoda’s Revenge: StarTropics II

Zoda’s Revenge: StarTropics II is a game for the NES, and the sequel to StarTropics. It was released exclusively in North America in March 1994. It was the second-to-last game released for the NES, with the last being Wario’s Woods.

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Willow

Willow is a 1989 action role-playing game, developed by Capcom. It is based on the 1988 fantasy film with the same name. External links Title at Moby Games, Title at Gamefaqs

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28.) Coleco Vision – I picked one up at a yard sale years ago with some games. It’s a very old rare console. There was really only one or two RPGs.

Alcazar: The Forgotten Fortress by Telegames – ColecoVision Addict.com

DESCRIPTION In this adventure game you control an explorer who’s on his way to fortress Alcazar. To reach Alcazar you are travelling through a countryside of fortresses and you need to collect several items that you can find along the way. Once you enter the Alcazar fortress you have to search for the crown.

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Gateway to Apshai

Gateway to Apshai is an action-adventure game for the Commodore 64, ColecoVision and Atari 8-bit family, developed by The Connelley Group and published by Epyx as a prequel to . It is a more action-oriented version of Temple of Apshai, with smoother and faster graphics, streamlined controls, fewer role-playing video game elements, and fewer room descriptions.

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There’s a fan-based group or company making some homebrew RPGs on Colecovision…

Team Pixelboy Official Web Site : The Black Onyx

For generations, warriors and adventurers have been drawn to the town of Utsuro to challenge the dangers of its underground tunnels, in hopes of finding the legendary Black Onyx, a stone said to give eternal youth and great wealth to its owner.

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Team Pixelboy Official Web Site : Quest for the Golden Chalice

The cowardly Prince of Larosia will need to face his deepest fears, as his kingdom has been overrun by a group of hungry dragons! Even worse, the evil mastermind behind this attack is none other than Mardok the wizard, who the Prince had banished a year before!

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Team Pixelboy Official Web Site : Children of the Night

“Centuries ago the Night had a son. He had many names, but only one still echoes in the corridors of History: Count Vlad Drakul. His tragic existence, equally pervaded by suffering and evil, came to an end in 1899 when a young scholar by the name of Abraham Van Helsing defeated him.

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And they’re still making new Colecovision games even as I’m writing this post in the year of our lord 2020 lol. Here’s one of their current projects

Team Pixelboy Official Web Site : Nether Dungeon

Down the deep dungeon guarded by dreadful creatures, awaits an amulet once stolen from your family by an evil wizard. It bears the royal crest proving your hereditary right to the country’s throne. Would you dare to enter? Bats, specters, dragons and ghosts will stop at nothing to destroy you!

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29.) Virtual Boy – Nothing to see here, move along. This whole console was weird. Black and Red graphics, googles, and a stand where you had to hunch down to put your eyes up to the view finder. It hurt my eyes and hurt my back and didn’t have any RPGs. I sold mine and all of its games for a lot of money though because for some reason it’s highly sought after as a novelty item I guess.

I’d like there to be a # 30 to round this out – but I have only owned 29 consoles in my life. Not bad I guess, I started collecting around 8 years old and am 39 now, so about one console a year? more or less? lol. I already pre-ordered PS5, but it’s too soon to tell if it’ll have a lot of games for girls or leave girl gamers behind.

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The Best Gaming Console For Girls

This Page Is All About Games For Girls on the Nintendo Gameboy Color, Gameboy Pocket, and Original Gameboy

This is part of a multi-post “countdown” of the best gaming systems for girls. Please use the Table of Contents to navigate through the various posts.

Table of Contents

Introduction To This Countdown

PC Games For Girls

PC Games For Girls Part 1

PC Games For Girls Part 2

PC Games For Girls Part 3

PC Games For Girls Part 4

PC Games For Girls Part 5

PC Games For Girls Part 6

PC Games For Girls Part 7

PC Games For Girls Part 8

PC Games For Girls Part 9

PC Games For Girls Part 10

Mobile Games For Girls

Mobile Games For Girls Part 1

Mobile Games For Girls Part 2

Mobile Games For Girls Part 3

Mobile Games For Girls Part 4

Mobile Games For Girls Part 5

Mobile Games For Girls Part 6

Nintendo Switch Games For Girls

Nintendo Switch Games For Girls

Sony Playstation 2 Games For Girls

Sony Playstation 2 Games For Girls

Sony Vita Games For Girls

Sony Vita Games For Girls

Super Nintendo SNES Games For Girls

Super Nintendo SNES Games For Girls

Sony Playstation 1 Games For Girls

Sony Playstation 1 Games For Girls

Playstation 4 Games For Girls

Playstation 4 Games For Girls

Sega CD Games For Girls

Sega CD Games For Girls

Sega Genesis Games For Girls

Sega Genesis Games For Girls

Sega Saturn Games For Girls

Sega Saturn Games For Girls

Sega Dreamcast Games For Girls

Sega Dreamcast Games For Girls

Sony Playstation Portable PSP Games For Girls

Sony Playstation Portable PSP Games For Girls

Playstation 3 Games For Girls

Playstation 3 Games For Girls

Nintendo 3DS / 2DS Games For Girls

Nintendo 3DS / 2DS Games For Girls

Nintendo DS Games For Girls

Nintendo DS Games For Girls

Nintendo GBA Gameboy Advance Games For Girls

Nintendo GBA Gameboy Advance Games For Girls

Nintendo N64 Games For Girls

Nintendo N64 Games For Girls

Wii U Games For Girls

Wii U Games For Girls

Nintendo Gamecube Games For Girls

Nintendo Gamecube Games For Girls

Sega Gamegear Games For Girls

Sega Gamegear Games For Girls

Nintendo Wii Games For Girls

Nintendo Wii Games For Girls

Xbox Games For Girls

Xbox and Xbox 360 Games For Girls

Gameboy Games For Girls

Gameboy Color and Gameboy Original or Pocket Games For Girls

Conclusion Remaining Games For Girls

NES, Colecovision, and Virtual Boy Games For Girls

This Page Is All About Games For Girls on the Nintendo Gameboy Color, Gameboy Pocket, and Original Gameboy

25.) Gameboy Color – The color was backwards compatible with the Original and Pocket Gameboys plus it also had its own new games as well.

Azure Dreams

(アザーライフ アザードリームス, Azure Dreams , released in Japan as Other Life: Azure Dreams Azā Raifu Azā Dorīmusu), is a PlayStation video game developed by Konami and was originally released in Japan on November 13, 1997. A stripped-down version was later released on the Game Boy Color.

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Hamtaro: Ham-Hams Unite!

Hamtaro: Ham-Hams Unite! is an adventure video game developed by Pax Softnica and published by Nintendo for the Game Boy Color handheld video game console. It is based on the anime and features much of the same characters. It launched in Japan in 2001, and later came to North America and Europe in 2002 and 2003 respectively.

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Harvest Moon 3 GBC

(Harvest Moon 3 GBC Japanese: 牧場物語GB3, Hepburn: Bokujō Monogatari GB3) is a farm simulation video game for the Game Boy Color developed and published by Victor Interactive Software, part of the long-running Story of Seasons series of video games.

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Lufia: The Legend Returns

(エストポリス伝記 よみがえる伝説, officially translated Lufia: The Legend Returns , known as Estpolis Denki: Yomigaeru Densetsu Biography of Estpolis: The Legend Returns) in Japan, is a role-playing video game for the Game Boy Color developed by Neverland and published by Taito, Natsume, and Ubi Soft in Japan, North America, and Europe, respectively, in 2001.

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Pokémon Crystal

Pokémon Crystal Version is a 2000 role-playing video game developed by Game Freak and published by Nintendo for the Game Boy Color. It is an enhanced version of Pokémon Gold and Silver , and is part of the second generation of the Pokémon video game series.

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Dragon Quest III

Dragon Quest III: The Seeds of Salvation , titled Dragon Warrior III when initially localized to North America, is a role-playing video game developed by Chunsoft and published by Enix. It is the third installment in the Dragon Quest series and was first released for the Family Computer (Famicom) in Japan and later for the Nintendo Entertainment System (NES) in North America.

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The Legend of Zelda: Oracle of Seasons and Oracle of Ages

The Legend of Zelda: Oracle of Seasons and The Legend of Zelda: Oracle of Ages are two action-adventure games in the Legend of Zelda series, developed by Flagship (a subsidiary of Capcom). They were released in 2001 for Nintendo’s Game Boy Color handheld console and re-released on the Virtual Console for the Nintendo 3DS in 2013.

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Magi Nation (video game)

Magi Nation is a 2001 video game for the Game Boy Color developed by American studio Interactive Imagination. It is based on the collectible card game Magi-Nation Duel . Magi Nation involves taming dream creatures and using them to fight. Whenever a creature is defeated, the player may receive that creature’s animite, a magical stone containing its essence.

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Metal Walker

Metal Walker , known as Bakusou Senki Metal Walker GB: Kotetsu no Yuujou (爆走戦記 メタルウォーカーGB 鋼鉄の友情, lit. “Roaring Chronicle Metal Walker GB: Steel Friendship”) in Japan, is a role-playing video game for the Game Boy Color, developed and published by Capcom. Many critics likened the game to the series, but praised the game’s unique qualities.

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Dragon’s Lair (1983 video game)

Dragon’s Lair is an interactive film LaserDisc video game developed by Advanced Microcomputer Systems and published by Cinematronics in 1983, as the first game in the Dragon’s Lair series. In the game, the protagonist Dirk the Daring is a knight attempting to rescue Princess Daphne from the evil dragon Singe who has locked the princess in the foul wizard Mordroc’s castle.

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Warriors of Might and Magic

Warriors of Might and Magic is an action role-playing game developed and released by The 3DO Company for the PlayStation, PlayStation 2 and Game Boy Color in 2000. The three versions, although they all follow a similar storyline, are unique, especially the GBC version which is presented in 2D instead of 3D and has an almost completely different story.

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Robopon Sun, Star, and Moon Versions

Robopon Sun, Star, and Moon Versions “Build ’em, Collect ’em, Trash ’em!”, Robopon Sun Version’s tagline. Developer(s) Hudson Soft (in collaboration with Red Company)[citation needed ] Publisher(s) Platform(s) Game Boy Color Release Sun and Star Versions Moon Version Comic Bom Bom Special VersionSun Version Genre(s) Role-playing Mode(s) Single-player, multiplayer Robopon Sun, Star and Moon Versions, or in Japan Robot Ponkottsu are handheld role-playing video games for Nintendo’s Game Boy Color.

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Monster Rancher Explorer

Monster Rancher Explorer (known as Solomon in Japan) is a Game Boy Color puzzle game released in 2000. It features the same game play of Solomon’s Key but includes Monster Rancher characters. The player controls Cox, who must navigate through a series of levels in a tower.

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Pokémon Gold and Silver

Pokémon Gold Version and Pokémon Silver Version are 1999 role-playing video games developed by Game Freak and published by Nintendo for the Game Boy Color. They are the first installments in the second generation of the Pokémon video game series. They were released in Japan in 1999, Australia and North America in 2000, and Europe in 2001.

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Dragon Quest

Dragon Quest , formally published as Dragon Warrior in North America until 2005, is a series of Japanese role-playing video games created by Yuji Horii and his studio Armor Project. The games are published by Square Enix (formerly Enix), with localized remakes and ports of later installments for the Nintendo DS, Nintendo 3DS, and Nintendo Switch being published by Nintendo outside of Japan.

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Lil’ Monster

Lil’ Monster , known as Gem Gem Monster (ジェムジェムモンスター) in Japan, is a video game for the Game Boy Color handheld, published by Agetec. The game entailed players to train small monsters used for training and battling, while also collecting gems to help you, as the main character, in your quest to battle Cool Joe who has become infamous for his evil deeds all across the land.

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Crystalis

Crystalis is a 1990 action role-playing action-adventure video game produced by SNK for the Nintendo Entertainment System. The game’s initial success prompted an enhanced port for the Game Boy Color by Nintendo Software Technology in 2000. Many changes were made to the story, music, and other aspects of the game, upsetting fans of the original.

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Monster Rancher Battle Card Game

(モンスターファームバトルカードGB, Monster Rancher Battle Card GB , known in Japan as Monster Farm Battle Card GB Monsutā Fāmu Batoru Kādo GB) is a handheld game released in 1999 for the Nintendo Game Boy Color system. It is the first game in Tecmo’s Monster Rancher Battle Card series, featuring a card game incorporating the popular characters from the Monster Rancher series.

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Dragon Warrior Monsters

Dragon Warrior Monsters Developer(s) Tose Publisher(s) Director(s) Yuji Horii Producer(s) Hitoshi SuinoKenji Honda Designer(s) Yuji Horii Artist(s) Akira Toriyama Writer(s) Yuji Horii Composer(s) Koichi Sugiyama Series Dragon Quest Monsters Platform(s) Game Boy Color, Mobile phones, PlayStation, Nintendo 3DS, iOS, Android Release Game Boy Color JP: September 25, 1998 NA: January 25, 2000 EU: January 28, 2000 Mobile phones PlayStation Nintendo 3DS iOS, Android Genre(s) Role-playing Mode(s) Single-player, multiplayer Dragon Warrior Monsters is the first video game in the Dragon Quest Monsters series.

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Quest: Brian’s Journey

Quest: Brian’s Journey is a 2000 role-playing video game published in North America by Sunsoft for the Game Boy Color. The game’s title screen instead displays the title as Quest RPG: Brian’s Journey. The original Japanese version was published by (Elemental Tale: ジャックの大冒険 大魔王の逆襲, Imagineer under the title Elemental Tale – Jack’s Great Adventure: Satan’s Counterattack Elemental Tale – Jack no Daibouken: Daimaou no Gyakushuu).

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Megami Tensei Gaiden: Last Bible

Megami Tensei Gaiden: Last Bible is a role-playing video game series developed by Multimedia Intelligence Transfer, Sega, and Menue, and published by Atlus and Sega for multiple platforms. The first game of the series, Revelations: The Demon Slayer, was released in 1992; this is the only title in the series to have been released in English.

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The Legend of Zelda: Link’s Awakening

The Legend of Zelda: Link’s Awakening is a 1993 action-adventure game developed and published by Nintendo for the Game Boy. It is the fourth installment in the Legend of Zelda series and the first for a handheld game console.

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Power Quest (video game)

Power Quest , known in Japan as Gekitō Power Modeler , is a role-playing-based fighting video game developed by Japan System Supply for the Game Boy Color. It was published in Japan by Capcom on November 27, 1998, and published in North America by Sunsoft in December 1998.

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26.) Gameboy (Original or Pocket) – Gameboy had a few good remakes of some classic JRPGs from the SNES or NES and a few squaresoft exclusives.

Pokémon Yellow

Pokémon Yellow Version: Special Pikachu Edition , more commonly known as Pokémon Yellow Version , is a 1998 role-playing video game developed by Game Freak and published by Nintendo for the Game Boy handheld game console. It is an enhanced version of , loosely based on the anime and is part of the first generation of the Pokémon video game series.

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Pokémon Red and Blue

Pokémon Red Version and Pokémon Blue Version are 1996 role-playing video games developed by Game Freak and published by Nintendo for the Game Boy. They are the first installments of the Pokémon video game series.

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Ultima (series)

Ultima The most commonly used logo in the series Genre(s) Role-playing video game Developer(s) Origin Systems Blue Sky Productions Looking Glass Studios Electronic Arts Bioware Mythic Publisher(s) Origin Systems Electronic Arts Creator(s) Richard Garriott Platform(s) Apple II, Atari 8-bit, VIC-20, C64, DOS, MSX, FM Towns, NEC PC-9801, Atari ST, Mac OS, Amiga, Atari 800, NES, Master System, C128, SNES, X68000, PlayStation, Windows First release Ultima I: The First Age of Darkness 1981 Latest release Ultima Forever: Quest for the Avatar 2013 Ultima is a series of open world fantasy role-playing video games from Origin Systems, Inc.

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Final Fantasy Legend III

SaGa 3: Jikuu no Hasha , released in North America as Final Fantasy Legend III , is a role-playing video game developed and published by Square for the Game Boy. The third entry in the series, it released in Japan in 1990, and in North America in 1993.

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The Legend of Zelda: Link’s Awakening

The Legend of Zelda: Link’s Awakening is a 1993 action-adventure game developed and published by Nintendo for the Game Boy. It is the fourth installment in the Legend of Zelda series and the first for a handheld game console.

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Final Fantasy Adventure

Final Fantasy Adventure Developer(s) Square Publisher(s) Square Director(s) Koichi Ishii Designer(s) Goro Ohashi[1] Artist(s) Koichi Ishii[1] Writer(s) Koichi Ishii Yoshinori Kitase [1] Composer(s) Kenji Ito Series Final Fantasy , Mana Platform(s) Game Boy, SoftBank Mobile, i-mode, EZweb, Nintendo Switch Release Game Boy JP: June 28, 1991 NA: November 1991[2] EU: 1993 NA: April 1998 (re-release) SoftBank 3G i-Mode EZweb Nintendo Switch Collection of Mana JP: June 1, 2017 WW: June 11, 2019 Genre(s) Action role-playing Mode(s) Single-player (聖剣伝説 〜ファイナルファンタジー外伝〜, lit.

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The Sword of Hope

The Sword of Hope , released in Japan as Selection: Erabareshi Mono (セレクション 選ばれし者), is a 1989 first-person RPG for the Game Boy, developed by Kemco and published by Seika Corporation. In 1992, it received a sequel, The Sword of Hope II .

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Nobunaga’s Ambition

Nobunaga’s Ambition is a series of turn-based grand strategy role-playing simulation video games. The original game was one of the first in its genre, being released in March 1983 by the Japanese video game developer Koei. Nobunaga’s Ambition takes place during the Sengoku period of feudal Japan.

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The Final Fantasy Legend

The Final Fantasy Legend , known in Japan as Makai Toushi Sa·Ga (魔界塔士 Sa・Ga, lit. “Warrior in the Tower of the Demon World ~ Sa·Ga”), is a video game released for the Game Boy in December 1989 by Square Co. It is the first game in the series and the first role-playing video game for the system.

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The Best Gaming Console For Girls

This Page Is All About Games For Girls on the original Microsoft Xbox and its successor the Microsoft Xbox 360

This is part of a multi-post “countdown” of the best gaming systems for girls. Please use the Table of Contents to navigate through the various posts.

Table of Contents

Introduction To This Countdown

PC Games For Girls

PC Games For Girls Part 1

PC Games For Girls Part 2

PC Games For Girls Part 3

PC Games For Girls Part 4

PC Games For Girls Part 5

PC Games For Girls Part 6

PC Games For Girls Part 7

PC Games For Girls Part 8

PC Games For Girls Part 9

PC Games For Girls Part 10

Mobile Games For Girls

Mobile Games For Girls Part 1

Mobile Games For Girls Part 2

Mobile Games For Girls Part 3

Mobile Games For Girls Part 4

Mobile Games For Girls Part 5

Mobile Games For Girls Part 6

Nintendo Switch Games For Girls

Nintendo Switch Games For Girls

Sony Playstation 2 Games For Girls

Sony Playstation 2 Games For Girls

Sony Vita Games For Girls

Sony Vita Games For Girls

Super Nintendo SNES Games For Girls

Super Nintendo SNES Games For Girls

Sony Playstation 1 Games For Girls

Sony Playstation 1 Games For Girls

Playstation 4 Games For Girls

Playstation 4 Games For Girls

Sega CD Games For Girls

Sega CD Games For Girls

Sega Genesis Games For Girls

Sega Genesis Games For Girls

Sega Saturn Games For Girls

Sega Saturn Games For Girls

Sega Dreamcast Games For Girls

Sega Dreamcast Games For Girls

Sony Playstation Portable PSP Games For Girls

Sony Playstation Portable PSP Games For Girls

Playstation 3 Games For Girls

Playstation 3 Games For Girls

Nintendo 3DS / 2DS Games For Girls

Nintendo 3DS / 2DS Games For Girls

Nintendo DS Games For Girls

Nintendo DS Games For Girls

Nintendo GBA Gameboy Advance Games For Girls

Nintendo GBA Gameboy Advance Games For Girls

Nintendo N64 Games For Girls

Nintendo N64 Games For Girls

Wii U Games For Girls

Wii U Games For Girls

Nintendo Gamecube Games For Girls

Nintendo Gamecube Games For Girls

Sega Gamegear Games For Girls

Sega Gamegear Games For Girls

Nintendo Wii Games For Girls

Nintendo Wii Games For Girls

Xbox Games For Girls

Xbox and Xbox 360 Games For Girls

Gameboy Games For Girls

Gameboy Color and Gameboy Original or Pocket Games For Girls

Conclusion Remaining Games For Girls

NES, Colecovision, and Virtual Boy Games For Girls

This Page Is All About Games For Girls on the original Microsoft Xbox and its successor the Microsoft Xbox 360

I figured there’s so few games for girls on these platforms I can combine them into one page.

23.) Xbox 360 – Lost Odyssey was one of my favorite games of all time. The story was meant to be part of a series, but Microsoft decided people don’t want to play RPGs. 2 years ago they renewed their trademark for Lost Odyssey and the rumor mill began spinning with either a sequel or remaster in the works. A remaster would not make me buy an Xbox One or Series X, but a sequel, if it was an Xbox exclusive and I couldn’t get it on PC or any other console, I’d probably buy the damn console for this game, knowing full damn well it would be the only game I’d probably play on that console that I paid $500+ for lol. I was also initially excited about Fable and Elderscrolls and a few other games but felt mostly let down by lack of RPGs, and severely disappointed in Fable, because it over promised and under delivered.

Here’s some games for girls on Xbox 360. Most of these could also be found on Playstation or PC which in my opinion defeats the purpose of buying a 360 for any of these except for Lost Odyssey.

King’s Quest (2015 video game)

King’s Quest is an episodic video game series developed by The Odd Gentlemen and published by Activision under the Sierra Entertainment brand name for Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Xbox 360 and Xbox One. It is a new re-imagining of the long-running King’s Quest series.

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Batman: The Telltale Series

Batman: The Telltale Series is a 2016 episodic point-and-click graphic adventure video game developed and published by Telltale Games and distributed by Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment under its DC Entertainment label. The game is based on Bob Kane and Bill Finger’s Batman character, though not tied to any previous adaptation of the work in film or other media.

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Back to the Future: The Game

Back to the Future: The Game is an episodic graphic adventure based on the Back to the Future film franchise. The game was developed and published by Telltale Games as part of a licensing deal with Universal Pictures. Bob Gale, the co-creator, co-writer, and co-producer of the film trilogy, assisted Telltale in writing the game’s story.

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Game of Thrones (2014 video game)

Game of Thrones is an episodic graphic adventure video game based on the TV series of the same name, which in turn, is based on George R. R. Martin’s A Song of Ice and Fire fantasy series, released in December 2014 for Android, iOS, Microsoft Windows, OS X, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Xbox 360 and Xbox One.

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Dragon Age: Inquisition

Dragon Age: Inquisition is an action role-playing video game developed by BioWare and published by Electronic Arts. The third major game in the franchise, Dragon Age: Inquisition is the sequel to Dragon Age: Origins and Dragon Age II . The game was released worldwide in November 2014 for Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Xbox 360, and Xbox One.

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Diablo III: Reaper of Souls

Diablo III: Reaper of Souls Cover art featuring Malthael, Angel of Death, the titular antagonist of the game Developer(s) Blizzard Entertainment Director(s) Joshua Mosqueira Kevin Martens Designer(s) David M.

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Bound by Flame

Bound by Flame is a fantasy-themed action role-playing game that was released on May 9, 2014. Bound by Flame puts the player in the role of a victim of demonic possession, where it is necessary to choose between the evil powers that are offered or rejecting them in favor of developing heroic talents.

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Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII

(ライトニング リターンズ ファイナルファンタジーXIII, Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII Raitoningu Ritānzu: Fainaru Fantajī Sātīn) is an action role-playing video game developed and published by Square Enix for the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360. It was released in November 2013 for Japan and February 2014 for North America, Australia and Europe.

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Fable (2004 video game)

Fable is an action role-playing video game, the first in the Fable series. It was developed for the Xbox, Microsoft Windows, and Mac OS X platforms by Big Blue Box Studios, a satellite developer of Lionhead Studios, and was published by Microsoft Studios. The game shipped for the Xbox in September 2004.

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Dragon’s Dogma

Dragon’s Dogma is an action role-playing hack and slash video game developed and published by Capcom for PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 in 2012. An enhanced version titled Dragon’s Dogma: Dark Arisen was released for the game’s original consoles in 2013, then later ported to Microsoft Windows in 2016, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One in 2017, and Nintendo Switch in 2019.

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Final Fantasy XIII-2

(ファイナルファンタジーXIII-2, Final Fantasy XIII-2 Fainaru Fantajī Sātīn Tsū) is a role-playing video game developed and published by Square Enix for the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360. Released in 2011 in Japan and 2012 in North America and PAL regions, it is a direct sequel to the 2009 role-playing game Final Fantasy XIII and is part of the Fabula Nova Crystallis subseries.

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Jurassic Park: The Game

Jurassic Park: The Game is an episodic graphic adventure video game based on the 1993 film Jurassic Park and released for the PlayStation 3, Macintosh, Microsoft Windows, and Xbox 360. The game was developed and published by Telltale Games as part of a licensing deal with Universal Partnerships & Licensing.

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Crimson Alliance

Crimson Alliance is a co-op action role-playing game developed by Certain Affinity and published by Microsoft Studios. The game was first announced at RTX 2011 and was available for demo at E3, ComicCon and PAX Prime, with the press release being announced on May 31, 2011.

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Deus Ex: Human Revolution

Deus Ex: Human Revolution is an action role-playing video game developed by Eidos Montréal and published worldwide by Square Enix in August 2011 for Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 3, and Xbox 360: a version for OS X released the following year. It is the third game in the series, and a prequel to the original .

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From Dust

From Dust is a god video game, designed by Éric Chahi and developed by Ubisoft Montpellier. The game was released for Microsoft Windows, PlayStation Network, and Xbox Live Arcade in 2011. Described as a spiritual successor to , the game revolves around The Breath, which was summoned by a tribe to help them seek and recover their lost knowledge.

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Catherine (video game)

Catherine is a puzzle video game developed by Atlus. The game was released for the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 in Japan and North America in 2011, in PAL regions by Deep Silver in 2012, and for Microsoft Windows by Sega in 2019.

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Bastion (video game)

Bastion is an action role-playing video game developed by independent developer Supergiant Games and originally published in 2011 by Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment. In the game, the player controls “the Kid” as he moves through floating, fantasy-themed environments and fights enemies of various types.

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Half-Minute Hero

Half-Minute Hero is a hybrid real-time strategy action role-playing shoot ’em up video game developed by Marvelous Entertainment. It was initially released as a PlayStation Portable exclusive in Japan on May 28, 2009, in North America on October 13, 2009 and in Europe on February 19, 2010.

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Dungeon Siege III

Dungeon Siege III is an action role-playing game developed by Obsidian Entertainment. It was published by Square Enix for PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 and Microsoft Windows in June 2011. It is the third full and fifth overall release in the Dungeon Siege series of video games and the first since Dungeon Siege: Throne of Agony in 2006.

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Dungeons & Dragons: Daggerdale

Dungeons & Dragons: Daggerdale is an action role-playing video game developed by Bedlam Games and published by Atari. The game includes both single and co-operative multiplayer modes and is set in the Forgotten Realms. Daggerdale features third-person real-time tactics combat, questing, character development, and exploration. Two modes, campaign and freeplay, are in the game.

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Divinity II

Divinity II is an action role-playing game developed by Larian Studios. Its first release in 2009 was subtitled Ego Draconis , and was published by dtp entertainment and in the United States by cdv Software Entertainment.

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Islands of Wakfu

Island of Wakfu is an action-adventure game developed by Ankama Play and published by Microsoft Studios for the Xbox 360’s Xbox Live Arcade service. It is set in the universe of and is a spin-off of the MMORPG . Islands of Wakfu features colorful 2D visuals and is played from an isometric perspective.

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Dragon Age II

Dragon Age II is an action role-playing video game developed by BioWare and published by Electronic Arts (EA) for Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 and OS X. It is the second major game in the series and was released worldwide in March 2011.

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Faery: Legends of Avalon

Faery: Legends of Avalon is a role-playing video game, released on the Xbox Live Arcade service on November 10, 2010, and on the PlayStation Network on January 11, 2011. It was developed by Spiders Studio and published by Focus Home Interactive. In the game, the player assumes control over a winged faery who has just emerged from stasis.

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CSI: Fatal Conspiracy

CSI: Fatal Conspiracy is a video game based on the CSI: Crime Scene Investigation television series. It is the ninth CSI game released. It was released on 26 October 2010 (along with CSI: Unsolved ) on Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 and Wii.

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Fable III

This article Please expand the article to include this information. Further details may exist on the is missing information about Gameplay. talk page. Fable III is an action role-playing open world video game, developed by Lionhead Studios and published by Microsoft Game Studios for the Xbox 360 and Microsoft Windows.

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Arcania: Gothic 4

Arcania: Gothic 4 Developer(s) Spellbound Entertainment Black Forest Games (PS3 & X360) Publisher(s) JoWooD Entertainment Nordic Games (console ports) Director(s) Daniel Miller Producer(s) BVT Games Fund III Designer(s) André Beccu Composer(s) Dynamedion Series Gothic Engine Vision 7 [1] Platform(s) Microsoft Windows Xbox 360 PlayStation 3 PlayStation 4 Release Microsoft Windows

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Final Fantasy XIII

Final Fantasy XIII is a science fantasy role-playing video game developed and published by Square Enix for the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 consoles and later for the Microsoft Windows operating system. Released in Japan in December 2009 and worldwide in March 2010, it is the thirteenth title in the mainline Final Fantasy series.

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Fallout 3

Fallout 3 is a 2008 post-apocalyptic action role-playing open world video game developed by Bethesda Game Studios and published by Bethesda Softworks. The third major installment in the Fallout series, it is the first game to be created by Bethesda since it bought the franchise from Interplay Entertainment.

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Infinite Undiscovery

(インフィニット アンディスカバリー, Infinite Undiscovery Infinitto Andisukabarī) is an action role-playing game developed by tri-Ace and published by Square Enix for the Xbox 360 in September 2008. It tells the story of the main character Capell and his journey to sever the chains that are holding the moon, with the help of the Liberation Force.

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Lost Odyssey

Lost Odyssey is a Japanese role-playing video game developed by Mistwalker and Feelplus for the Xbox 360. It was published by Microsoft Game Studios in 2007 in Japan and 2008 in western territories.

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Eternal Sonata

Eternal Sonata Xbox 360 cover art used in North America and Europe Developer(s) tri-Crescendo Publisher(s) Bandai Namco Games (Japan) Namco Bandai Games (North America, Europe and Australia) Director(s) Hiroya Hatsushiba Producer(s) Hideo Baba Shinji Noguchi Artist(s) Nozomi Shibahara Writer(s) Hiroya Hatsushiba Composer(s) Motoi Sakuraba Platform(s) Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 Release

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Blue Dragon (video game)

Blue Dragon is a role-playing video game developed by Mistwalker and Artoon and published by Microsoft Game Studios exclusively for the Xbox 360. Blue Dragon is based on a design by Final Fantasy series creator Hironobu Sakaguchi, who also supervised development and wrote the plot.

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24.) Xbox – Again elder scrolls and fable and a few rpgs here or there, nothing really exciting. Most all the games were on PS2, 3, or PC, etc. After being burnt twice by Microsoft I just decided they don’t give a fuck about gamer girls and stopped buying their consoles. Like I said if they release an RPG that I want, I’ll buy their consoles again, but not until then. I would like to “buy American” and support an American business, but Microsoft misses the mark every damn time.

With the exception of Lost Odyssey (which was on the 360 and not original Xbox) which didn’t sell well I guess but is what I would want to be playing compared to the sports and shooters and crap that doesn’t appeal to me in the least. Microsoft is losing money by alienating female gamers and focusing only on hardcore gamers.

That’s too bad, in my opinion, that’s their loss. Why do you think their consoles failed in Japan and they’ve already had to discount the Series X in Japan even before its release? Because their games are shit. That’s why. Might as well be a $500 doorstop since there’s literally no good “exclusives” especially story driven exclusives. There are RPGs here or there, but literally, every single one of them except for Lost Odyssey can be found on PS4 or PC or elsewhere, along with a ton of other games exclusive to PC or exclusive to PS4. Xbox just doesn’t get it.

They don’t get the importance of exclusive games or diversity. Even games they claim are “exclusive” are 9 times out of 10 also available on PC. That doesn’t make them “exclusive” lol. Microsoft doesn’t care because they’re making money off of the PCs and operating systems and other things on the PCs too. Which begs the question why even make gaming consoles if everything can be done on a PC? I know not everyone has a “gaming rig” with Nvidia or Radeon graphics cards. But they could buy one of those graphic cards for the same price as the Xbox console. And hook it up to the TV with either wireless or HMDI or other means. Head Scratcher there.

No one is saying to stop making shooting games or to stop making fighting games or to stop making sports games or to stop making action games… but why not both?!!! Why not add a few RPGs? I’d buy the new console and the RPGs and my fiance would probably buy the other crap I mean games, so then you’d be making more money. But instead, you turn away and alienate an entire demographic group with your stupid decisions. RPGs are also more popular in Japan with males and female gamers. You could improve your global strategy by giving us some damn good exclusive RPGs like a sequel to Lost Odyssey, but alas, until then, I’m not buying any more Microsoft consoles.

But rant over. Here’s a list of girl games on the original Xbox, small as it may be.

Fable (2004 video game)

Fable is an action role-playing video game, the first in the Fable series. It was developed for the Xbox, Microsoft Windows, and Mac OS X platforms by Big Blue Box Studios, a satellite developer of Lionhead Studios, and was published by Microsoft Studios. The game shipped for the Xbox in September 2004.

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Fahrenheit (2005 video game)

Fahrenheit (known as Indigo Prophecy in North America) is an action-adventure game developed by Quantic Dream and published by Atari, Inc. for Microsoft Windows, Xbox, and PlayStation 2 in September 2005. The plot follows Lucas Kane, a man who commits murder while supernaturally possessed, and two police detectives investigating the case.

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Digimon World 4

(デジモンワールドX, Digimon World 4 , known as Digimon World X Dejimon Wārudo X) in Japan, is an action role-playing video game for the PlayStation 2, GameCube, and Xbox developed by BEC and published by Bandai as part of their franchise. Unlike previous games in the Digimon World series, the main character is AGUMON.

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Jade Empire

Jade Empire is an action role-playing game developed by BioWare, originally published by Microsoft Game Studios in 2005 as an Xbox exclusive. It was later ported to Microsoft Windows personal computers (PC) and published by 2K Games in 2007. Later ports to macOS (2008) and mobile platforms (2016) were handled respectively by TransGaming and Aspyr.

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The Lord of the Rings: The Third Age

The Lord of the Rings: The Third Age is a 2004 role-playing video game developed by EA Redwood Shores for the PlayStation 2, Xbox and GameCube. A turn-based tactics version of the game was developed for the Game Boy Advance by Griptonite Games.

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Fable (2004 video game)

Fable is an action role-playing video game, the first in the Fable series. It was developed for the Xbox, Microsoft Windows, and Mac OS X platforms by Big Blue Box Studios, a satellite developer of Lionhead Studios, and was published by Microsoft Studios. The game shipped for the Xbox in September 2004.

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Baldur’s Gate: Dark Alliance II

Baldur’s Gate: Dark Alliance II is a 2004 hack and slash action role-playing game for PlayStation 2 and Xbox. Developed by Black Isle Studios, the game was published by Interplay Entertainment, and distributed by Vivendi Universal Games in North America and Avalon Interactive in Europe.

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Fallout: Brotherhood of Steel

Fallout: Brotherhood of Steel is an action role-playing game developed and published by Interplay Entertainment, and distributed in Europe by Avalon Interactive for the Xbox and PlayStation 2. Released on January 14, 2004, Fallout: Brotherhood of Steel was the fourth video game to be set in the universe.

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Gladius (video game)

Gladius is a tactical role-playing video game developed and published by LucasArts. It was released in 2003 for the GameCube, Xbox, and PlayStation 2 video game consoles. The game allows the player to build a school of gladiators and take them into battle against opposing schools in a quest for fame and glory.

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Phantasy Star Online

Phantasy Star Online is an online role-playing game (RPG) developed by Sonic Team and published by Sega in 2000 for the Dreamcast. It was the first online RPG for game consoles; players adventure with up to three others over the internet to complete quests, collect items, and fight enemies in real-time action RPG combat.

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Crimson Sea

Crimson Sea is a 2002 video game released exclusively for the Microsoft Xbox. The game was developed by Koei. The game is a Hack and slash/ third-person shooter with some RPG elements incorporated and is part of the Crimson Sea series.

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The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind

The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind is an open-world role-playing video game developed by Bethesda Game Studios and published by Bethesda Softworks. It is the third installment in The Elder Scrolls series, following The Elder Scrolls II: Daggerfall , and was released in 2002 for Microsoft Windows and Xbox.

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The Best Gaming Console For Girls was originally published on Geeky Sweetie

The Best Gaming Console For Girls

This Page Is All About Games For Girls on the original Nintendo Wii

This is part of a multi-post “countdown” of the best gaming systems for girls. Please use the Table of Contents to navigate through the various posts.

Table of Contents

Introduction To This Countdown

PC Games For Girls

PC Games For Girls Part 1

PC Games For Girls Part 2

PC Games For Girls Part 3

PC Games For Girls Part 4

PC Games For Girls Part 5

PC Games For Girls Part 6

PC Games For Girls Part 7

PC Games For Girls Part 8

PC Games For Girls Part 9

PC Games For Girls Part 10

Mobile Games For Girls

Mobile Games For Girls Part 1

Mobile Games For Girls Part 2

Mobile Games For Girls Part 3

Mobile Games For Girls Part 4

Mobile Games For Girls Part 5

Mobile Games For Girls Part 6

Nintendo Switch Games For Girls

Nintendo Switch Games For Girls

Sony Playstation 2 Games For Girls

Sony Playstation 2 Games For Girls

Sony Vita Games For Girls

Sony Vita Games For Girls

Super Nintendo SNES Games For Girls

Super Nintendo SNES Games For Girls

Sony Playstation 1 Games For Girls

Sony Playstation 1 Games For Girls

Playstation 4 Games For Girls

Playstation 4 Games For Girls

Sega CD Games For Girls

Sega CD Games For Girls

Sega Genesis Games For Girls

Sega Genesis Games For Girls

Sega Saturn Games For Girls

Sega Saturn Games For Girls

Sega Dreamcast Games For Girls

Sega Dreamcast Games For Girls

Sony Playstation Portable PSP Games For Girls

Sony Playstation Portable PSP Games For Girls

Playstation 3 Games For Girls

Playstation 3 Games For Girls

Nintendo 3DS / 2DS Games For Girls

Nintendo 3DS / 2DS Games For Girls

Nintendo DS Games For Girls

Nintendo DS Games For Girls

Nintendo GBA Gameboy Advance Games For Girls

Nintendo GBA Gameboy Advance Games For Girls

Nintendo N64 Games For Girls

Nintendo N64 Games For Girls

Wii U Games For Girls

Wii U Games For Girls

Nintendo Gamecube Games For Girls

Nintendo Gamecube Games For Girls

Sega Gamegear Games For Girls

Sega Gamegear Games For Girls

Nintendo Wii Games For Girls

Nintendo Wii Games For Girls

Xbox Games For Girls

Xbox and Xbox 360 Games For Girls

Gameboy Games For Girls

Gameboy Color and Gameboy Original or Pocket Games For Girls

Conclusion Remaining Games For Girls

NES, Colecovision, and Virtual Boy Games For Girls

This Page Is All About Games For Girls on the original Nintendo Wii

22.) Wii – Xenoblade is the defining game for girls on this console. I think there were also a few tales of_ games on this console and maybe a few other RPGs here or there. The Wii U was backwards compatible with the Wii, making Wii obsolete if you upgraded to the Wii U, plus the Wii U had its own library of games that Wii couldn’t play.

The Last Story

The Last Story is a Japanese action role-playing game, developed by Mistwalker and AQ Interactive for the Wii video game console. Nintendo published the title in all regions except for North America, where it was published by Xseed Games. Initially released in Japan in 2011, the game was released in western territories through 2012.

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Xenoblade Chronicles (video game)

Xenoblade Chronicles is an open world action role-playing game developed by Monolith Soft and published by Nintendo for the Wii. Initially released in Japan in 2010, it was later released in the PAL region in 2011 and then in North America in 2012.

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Back to the Future: The Game

Back to the Future: The Game is an episodic graphic adventure based on the Back to the Future film franchise. The game was developed and published by Telltale Games as part of a licensing deal with Universal Pictures. Bob Gale, the co-creator, co-writer, and co-producer of the film trilogy, assisted Telltale in writing the game’s story.

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The Oregon Trail (series)

The Oregon Trail is a series of educational computer games. The first game was originally developed by Don Rawitsch, Bill Heinemann, and Paul Dillenberger in 1971 and produced by the Minnesota Educational Computing Consortium (MECC) in 1974. The original game was designed to teach 8th grade school children about the realities of 19th-century pioneer life on the Oregon Trail.

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The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword

The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword is an action-adventure game developed and published by Nintendo for the Wii. The sixteenth mainline entry in The Legend of Zelda series, it was released worldwide in November 2011. The game was made available worldwide on the Wii U eShop in September 2016.

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Rune Factory: Tides of Destiny

(ルーンファクトリー オーシャンズ, Rune Factory: Tides of Destiny , known in Japan and PAL regions as Rune Factory: Oceans Rūn Fakutorī Ōshanzu), is a Wii and PlayStation 3 role-playing game in the Rune Factory series, developed by Neverland. It is published by Marvelous Entertainment in Japan, Natsume in North America, and Rising Star Games in Europe and Australia.

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Secret Files 2: Puritas Cordis

Secret Files 2: Puritas Cordis (original German title Geheimakte 2: Puritas Cordis ) is a point-and-click adventure game developed by Fusionsphere Systems and Animation Arts and published by Deep Silver for Microsoft Windows, Nintendo DS and Wii. It was unveiled at the 2007 Leipzig Games Convention.

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The Bachelor (American TV series)

The Bachelor is an American dating and relationship reality television series that debuted on March 25, 2002, on ABC. The show is hosted by Chris Harrison.

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Arc Rise Fantasia

(アークライズファンタジア, Arc Rise Fantasia Āku Raizu Fantajia) is a fantasy role-playing video game developed by Imageepoch and published by Marvelous Entertainment for the Wii. Arc Rise Fantasia was released in Japan in June 2009, and in North America in July 2010.

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Secret Files: Tunguska

Secret Files: Tunguska ( German: Geheimakte Tunguska) is a 2006 graphic adventure game developed by German studios Fusionsphere Systems and Animation Arts and published by Deep Silver for Microsoft Windows, Nintendo DS, Wii, iOS, Android and Wii U. The game is viewed from a third person perspective and uses a classic point and click interface.

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Project Runway

Project Runway is an American reality television series that focuses on fashion design. The contestants compete with each other to create the best clothes and are restricted by time, materials and theme. Their designs are judged by a panel, and one or more designers are typically eliminated from the show each week.

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America’s Next Top Model

America’s Next Top Model (abbreviated ANTM and Top Model ) is an American reality television series and interactive competition in which a number of aspiring models compete for the title of “America’s Next Top Model” and a chance to begin their career in the modeling industry.

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Sakura Wars: So Long, My Love

Sakura Wars V: So Long, My Love is a cross-genre video game developed by Sega and Red Entertainment for the PlayStation 2, with a later port for the Wii developed by Idea Factory. Published by Sega in Japan, it was released in other regions by NIS America and became the first Sakura Wars game to be localized in English.

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Fragile Dreams: Farewell Ruins of the Moon

(フラジール ~さよなら月の廃墟~, Fragile Dreams: Farewell Ruins of the Moon Furajīru: Sayonara Tsuki no Haikyo, known in Japan as Fragile ) is an action role-playing game for the Wii developed by Namco Bandai Games in co-operation with Tri-Crescendo. The game was released by Namco Bandai Games in Japan on January 22, 2009.

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Sam & Max Beyond Time and Space

Sam & Max Beyond Time and Space , originally released as Sam & Max: Season Two , is an episodic graphic adventure video game by Telltale Games based on the comic book series created by Steve Purcell. It is a sequel to Telltale’s previous video game based on the Sam & Max intellectual property, Sam & Max Save the World .

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Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: The Crystal Bearers

Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: The Crystal Bearers is a Wii action-adventure game announced at the Electronic Entertainment Expo. It was released on November 12, 2009 in Japan and on December 26 in North America. The game was well received in Japan, with praise for the game’s well-written story and characters, but criticizing the map system.

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Harvest Moon: Animal Parade

(牧場物語わくわくアニマルマーチ, Harvest Moon: Animal Parade Bokujō Monogatari: Waku Waku Animaru Māchi, Farm Story: Exciting Animal March) is a farming simulation role-playing game by Marvelous Entertainment released for Nintendo’s Wii console. It is the second title for the Wii in the series, and has the same characters as Harvest Moon: Tree of Tranquility .

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World of Zoo

World of Zoo is a life simulation video game, published by THQ and developed by Blue Fang Games, who also developed the similar Zoo Tycoon series. World of Zoo was released for Microsoft Windows, Wii and Nintendo DS on October 26, 2009.

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Valhalla Knights: Eldar Saga

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Valhalla Knights: Eldar Saga (ヴァルハラナイツ エルダールサーガ), known in Europe as Eldar Saga , is an action role-playing game developed by K2 and released for the Wii. It is the third installment of the Valhalla Knights series.

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Harvest Moon: Magical Melody

(牧場物語 しあわせの詩 for ワールド, Harvest Moon: Magical Melody Bokujō Monogatari: Shiawase no Uta for Wārudo, “Farm Story: Song/Poem of Happiness for World”) is a social simulation video game for the GameCube developed by Marvelous Interactive. It is an updated version of Bokujō Monogatari: Shiawase no Uta (牧場物語 しあわせの詩), which was released in Japan.

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Spectrobes: Origins

(化石超進化 スペクトロブス:オリジンズ, Spectrobes: Origins Kaseki Chōshinka Supekutorobusu: Orijinzu, Fossil Super-Evolution Spectrobes: Origins) is an Action RPG video game developed by Genki and published by Disney Interactive Studios and is the third and apparent final entry in the series. It is the first and only Spectrobes game in the series to be developed by Genki or to be exclusive for the Wii.

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Phantom Brave

Phantom Brave Developer(s) Nippon Ichi Software, System Prisma (Wii port) Publisher(s) Director(s) Yoshitsuna KobayashiShinichi IkedaTakeshi Hasegawa Producer(s) Haru AkenagaSōhei Niikawa Designer(s) Yoshitsuna Kobayashi Programmer(s) Yoshitsuna Kobayashi Artist(s) Takehito Harada (character) Writer(s) Sōhei Niikawa Composer(s) Tenpei Sato Platform(s) PlayStation 2 Wii PlayStation Portable Microsoft Windows Release PlayStation 2 JP: January 22,

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Little King’s Story

Little King’s Story Developer(s) Wii [1] PlayStation Vita Konami Digital Entertainment Publisher(s) Wii PlayStation Vita Konami Digital EntertainmentMicrosoft Windows Xseed Games Director(s) Yoshiro Kimura Producer(s) Yoshiro Kimura Designer(s) Tomo Ikeda Yoshihisa Shimokawa Programmer(s) Tomohiro Misei Artist(s) Shinichi Matsumoto Hideo Minaba (character) Kazuyuki Kurashima (monster) Writer(s) Composer(s) Yutaka Minobe Platform(s) Wii,

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Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: Echoes of Time

Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: Echoes of Time is a Wii and Nintendo DS action role-playing game in the Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles series developed by Square Enix. The game was released in Japan on January 29, 2009. The North American version was released on March 24, 2009 and the European version was released on March 27, 2009.

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Rune Factory Frontier

(ルーンファクトリー フロンティア, Rune Factory: Frontier Rūn Fakutorī Furontia) is a simulation action role-playing video game developed by Neverland and published by Marvelous Entertainment in Japan, Xseed Games in North America, and Rising Star Games in Europe for the Wii. It is the third game in the Rune Factory series.

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Animal Crossing: City Folk

Animal Crossing: City Folk , known in Europe and Oceania as Animal Crossing: Let’s Go to the City , is a 2008 life simulation video game developed and published by Nintendo for the Wii console and the third game in the Animal Crossing series.

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Tales of Symphonia: Dawn of the New World

Tales of Symphonia: Dawn of the New World is a role-playing video game developed by Namco Tales Studio and published by Namco Bandai for the Wii as a cross of spin-off and sequel to Tales of Symphonia for the Nintendo GameCube and PlayStation 2.

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MySims Kingdom

MySims Kingdom MySims Kingdom PAL box art Developer(s) EA Redwood Shores (Wii) TOSE (Nintendo DS) Publisher(s) Electronic Arts Series The Sims Engine Havok (Wii) Platform(s) Wii, Nintendo DS Release Wii NA: October 28, 2008 JP: October 30, 2008 EU: October 31, 2008 AU: November 6, 2008 KO: February 21, 2009

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Sam & Max Save the World

Sam & Max Save the World is a graphic adventure video game developed by Telltale Games. The game was originally released as Sam & Max: Season One before being renamed in early 2009. Save the World was developed in episodic fashion, comprising six episodes that were released for Microsoft Windows over the course of late 2006 and early 2007.

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Lost in Blue: Shipwrecked

Lost in Blue: Shipwrecked is a survival game developed by Hudson Soft and published by Konami for the Wii video game console. It was first released in Japan, and was later released in North America in 2008. It is the latest title in the Survival Kids series.

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Ōkami

Ōkami is an action-adventure video game developed by Clover Studio and published by Capcom. It was released for PlayStation 2 in 2006 in Japan and North America, and in 2007 in Europe and Australia. After the closure of Clover Studio a few months after the release, a port for Wii was developed by Ready at Dawn, Tose, and Capcom, and released in 2008.

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Dragon Quest Swords

Dragon Quest Swords: The Masked Queen and the Tower of Mirrors is a role-playing video game developed by Genius Sonority and 8ing and published by Square Enix for the Wii game console. The game is a spin-off from the Dragon Quest series, and was first released in Japan in July 2007, and worldwide the following year.

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The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess

The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess Packaging artwork, featuring Link in Hylian and Wolf forms Developer(s) Nintendo EAD Publisher(s) Nintendo Director(s) Eiji Aonuma Producer(s) Shigeru Miyamoto Artist(s) Yusuke Nakano Satoru Takizawa Writer(s) Composer(s) Series The Legend of Zelda Platform(s) Release Wii NA: November 19, 2006 JP: December 2, 2006 AU:

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