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PlayStation at the Toyko Game Show
The Tokyo Game Show 2000 Spring is a three-day trade event being held
from March 31, 2000 through April 2, 2000 at Makuhari Messe (Nippon Convention
Center, Chiba-city Chiba Pref.), where 66 different exhibitors are currently
showing off their wares. This is the big show for Japanese gamers and
manufactors, as this will show the new games to be released for this year.
PlayStation still rules the roost
Despite the Dreamcast and the PlayStation 2 being released, there's still
a lot of new PS games being released this year in Japan, and most of these
should make their way to North America. There were over 100 new games
shown at the Toyko Game ShowThough a lot of games were less than impressive,
the big game that drew a lot of attention was Final Fantasy IX. Despite
the fact the release date for the game is drawing near, Square decided
that a few brief video clips were better than actually demoing the game.
Also, several other big games never made it to the show as well, including
Evil Dead, Spiderman, Tony Hawk 2, and Driver 2.If you scroll down, you
will see only one game listing for Sony, and it's Spiro the Dragon 2.
Yeap, it came out last year here, and yes, Sony only showed the one game.
Considering the show put on by Sega this year, it may have not been the
best decision on Sony's part. Just one game, for the most dominate system
in the world, by the company that produces that system? Geez...Square
announced it will release a PlayStation CD-ROM tentatively titled All
Square Memory Card Data Collection in Japan. The CD-ROM will contain saved
game data from all of the games Square has previously released on the
PlayStation. A total of 143 saved data files including a save point right
before the final boss in Final Fantasy VIII, all weapons available from
the beginning of the game in Parasite Eve 1 and 2, all special moves for
Legend of Mana, Prism class weapons in Chrono Cross, all parts and items
in Front Mission 3, and many more. Square has not set a release date for
the All Square Memory Card Data Collection and has not said whether or
not it will release the CD-ROM overseas.(Gamespot)
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