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  1. Little Lovers: She So Game is a board game style spin-off to the Little Lovers franchise where a group of four players compete to win the affection of one of six high school girls over the course of three in-game years. It was developed by OeRSTED and published by NTT for the PlayStation exclusively in Japan on September 2, 1999.
  2. Version 1.0.0

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    GamePro December 1999 -Donkey Kong 64, Pokemon, Resident Evil 2 and 3, Wrestlemania 2000, Soul Calibur, Grandia, CTR, Final Fantasy Viii -Playstation 2
  3. Retromags Presents! Gamepro Issue 135 December 1999 Database Entry! Download Directly! Scanned by Phillyman. Edited by Melki All the 1999 issues are preserved now!
  4. kitsunebi

    Friends (Japan)

    Friends is a dating sim for the Sega Saturn developed and published by Fairytale exclusively in Japan. Released: (JP) April 8, 1999
  5. A 128-page guide featuring a brief history of Squaresoft followed by walkthrus for Final Fantasy V, VI, VII, and VIII. Buy on Amazon and support Retromags in the process!

    © 1999, FUNCO, Inc.

  6. kitsunebi

    Galerians (Japan)

    Galerians is a survival horror game developed by Polygon Magic and published by ASCII in Japan for the PlayStation. Released: (JP) August 26, 1999 (NA) March 9, 2000
  7. Yoshimoto Muchikko Dai Kessen is a collection of mini-games based on the anime series Yoshimoto Muchcco Monogatari (Yoshimoto Insect Stories). It was developed by Polygon Magic and published by Sony Music Entertainment exclusively in Japan. Released: (JP) September 30, 1999
  8. Itsuka Kasanariau Ashita E - Shirou Side Itsuka Kasanariau Ashita E - Sayuri Side Itsuka Kasanariau Ashita E is a visual novel/character sim developed and published by Sony Computer Entertainment exclusively in Japan in which the player plays a new cadet training in a space military academy. There are 2 versions of the game, each allowing the player to play the game as a different character.
  9. kitsunebi

    Tenchu (Japan)

    2 games are featured in this ad: Rittai Ninja Katsugeki Tenchu - Shinobi Gaisen Tenchu was re-released in Japan on February 24, 1999 with many updates, including different mission layouts, all the stages seen in the American and European versions (levels 4 and 5 were missing in the original) and four selectable languages: Japanese, English, Italian and French. The main feature of this version was its mission editor. Rittai Ninja Katsugeki Tenchu - Shinobi Hyakusen Tenchu: Shinobi Hyakusen is an expansion pack for Tenchu released on November 11, 1999 for the PlayStation and is based on the levels created by the users of Shinobi Gaisen.
  10. Toshinden Subaru is a fighting game for the PlayStation developed by Tamsoft and published by Takara in Japan. It was released as Toshinden 4 in the UK and Europe. Released: (JP) August 12, 1999 (EU) June 20, 2000
  11. Refrain Love 2 is a dating sim for the Playstation developed and published by Riverhill Soft exclusively in Japan Released: (JP) January 29, 1999
  12. Gakuen Sentai Solblast is a tactical RPG for the PlayStation developed by Caravan Interactive and published by Creative Heads exclusively in Japan. Released: (JP) February 4, 1999
  13. kitsunebi

    Kiss Yori... (Japan)

    Kiss Yori... is a visual novel-style dating simulation for the Sega Saturn developed and published by Kid exclusively in Japan Released: (JP) March 18, 1999
  14. kitsunebi

    3Xtreme

    NA release: April 1999
  15. kitsunebi

    3Xtreme

    NA release: April 1999
  16. Author: Matthew J. Norton ISBN: 0782124151 338 pages $19.95

    © 1999, Sybex Inc.

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