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Nintendo Updates on Space World 2001 Titles
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Nintendo has recently updated on their Space World 2001 game showing list, which includes a total of 80 games of all genres, 16 for GameCube, 54 for Game Boy Advance, and 10 for Game Boy Color. Nine of these games can be positively identified as RPGs.

The nine confirmed RPGs are Rune by From Software, Phantasy Star Online (GC) by Sega, Medarot Navi-Kabuto/Kuwagata Version (GBA) by Imagineer, Battle Network Mega Man EXE 2 (GBA) by Capcom, Breath of Fire II (GBA) by Capcom, Magical Vacation (GBA) by Brownie Brown/Nintendo, Fire Emblem (GBA) by Nintendo, Sakura Taisen GB 2 Operation Thunderbolt, and Legend of Estopolis (GBC) by Taito/Natsume.

The entire list of Space World 2001 games for all of Nintendo's console systems are as follows. Soul Calibur 2 will also be shown at Space World 2001, but was not added to the list:

GameCube

Rune (working title), From Software
Sonic Adventure 2 (working title), Sega
Virtua Striker 3 Ver.2002 (working title), Sega
GC Phantasy Star Online, Sega
Super Monkey Ball, Sega
FIFA 2002: Road to FIFA World Cup, EA Square
SSX Tricky (working title), EA Square
Bomberman Generation, Hudson
Super Smash Bros. Melee, Nintendo
Luigi's Mansion, Nintendo
Pikmin, Nintendo
Wave Race: Blue Storm, Nintendo
Animal Forest Plus, Nintendo
Star Fox Adventures: Dinosaur Planet, Nintendo
Doubutsu Bancho, Nintendo
Eternal Darkness, Nintendo

Game Boy Advance

Guilty Gear X (working title), Sammy
Kiki Kaikai Advance, Altron
Blender Bros., Infogrames/Hudson
Medarot Navi-Kabuto/Kuwagata Ver., Imagineer
Hello Kitty Collection: Miracle Fashion Maker, Imagineer
Advance Rally, MTO
Battle Network Mega Man EXE 2, Capcom
Gyakuten Saiban, Capcom
Street Fighter Zero 3 Upper, Capcom
Hitsuji No Kimochi, Capcom
Breath of Fire II, Capcom
EZ-Talk Mid-level, Keynet
Nobunaga's Ambition, Koei
Kikaika Guntai, Kemco
Phalanx, Kemco
Z.O.E. 2173 Testament, Konami
Gradius Generation, Konami
Genso Suikoden Card Stories, Konami
ESPN X Games Skateboarding, Konami
Field of Nine Digital Edition 2001, Konami
Yujo no Victory Goal 4v4 Arashi (working title), Konami
Jurassic Park III Advanced Action, Konami
Goemon: New Age Shutsudo! (working title), Konami
Guru Logi Champ, Compile
Minna de PuyoPuyo, Sega
Sonic Advance, Sega
Columns Crown, Sega
Telefang-Power/Speed Ver., Smilesoft
Monster Farm Advance, Tecmo
Mutsu (working title), Tomy
Zoid Saga, Tomy
Game Boy Wars Advance, Nintendo
Legend of Starfy (working title), Nintendo
Magical Vacation, Nintendo
Tomato Adventure (working title), Nintendo
Yakuman Advance (working title), Nintendo
Luna Blaze (working title), Nintendo
Fire Emblem, Nintendo
Domo-kun No Fushigi Terebi (working title), Nintendo
Batoland (working title), Nintendo
Didi Kong Pilot (working title), Nintendo
Saberwolf (working title), Nintendo
Happy Panechu! (working title), Nintendo
Super Mario Advance 2, Nintendo
Tottoko Hamutaro 3, Nintendo
Hatena Hatena, Hudson
Bomberman Max 2-Bomberman/Max Ver., Hudson
Robot Ponkottsu 2-Cross/Ring Ver., Hudson
Super Robot Wars A, Banpresto
Car Battler Go!, Victor Interactive
Mahjong Advance, Hori
Love Hina Advance, Marvelous Entertainment
The King of Fighters GBA (working title), Marvelous Entertainment
Wizardry Summoner, Media Ring

Game Boy Color

Hamster Paradise 4, Atlus
Gekisou Dangan Racer: Onsoku Buster Dangun-dan, Imagineer
Hamster Club: Oshiemachu, Jordan
Sakura Taisen GB 2 Operation Thunderbolt, Sega
Legend of Estopolis, Taito
Kikansha Thomas, Tam
Game Boy Wars 3, Hudson
Doki x Doki Sasete, Victor Interactive
Bugsite Alpha, Smilesoft
Kirby (for computer sewing machine software), Jaguar International


by Rebecca Phoa    
Source: [GameSpot]
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