These are the September Update news:
- Summoner: Volition's RPG for the PS2 should be available pretty
soon in the US. While it isn't out, check a snapshot from
this game made by the same people who created Descent for PC.
- Money: according to Squaresoft, playing Final Fantasy XI will
require monthly payments. Since this title won't have a single
player mode, you'll have to join PlayOnline (a server) in order
to play. This monthly fee will be around 10 USD. Adding to this,
you'll also have to pay the same amount to buy the game. We'll
see how this works out in 2002, when this title is released in Japan.
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- Golden Sun: Camelot's new RPG for Nintendo's Gameboy Advance
is a well kept secret... but some snapshots have already
Gamecube: Nintendo's project Dolphin has been officially announced
(and renamed). Gamecube should hit the Japan in July 2001 and American
users will be able to buy it in October 2001. It has a processing
power that pratically doubles the PS2, but Nintendo claims that
power isn't the issue... according to them, programming for the
Gamecube is a lot easier than doing it for any other system.
- Final Fantasy 6: Null_Pointer has written a great guide about
Square's hit and RPG Channel is the first page hosting it!
You can check Null's superb work at the Walkthroughs'
subsection, in the Help section.
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