Posts Tagged ‘Fragile’

XSEED Announces Preorder Bonus for Fragile Dreams

XSEED announced today that anyone who preorders Fragile Dreams: Farewell Ruins of the Moon from GameStop and EB Games will receive “Moonlight Tracks,” a CD with 12 selected tracks from the game. This includes the opening and ending Japanese theme songs.

Fragile Dreams: Farewell Ruins of the Moon will be available sometime in March for the Nintendo Wii.

Nintendo Release Date Cornucopia

A recent Nintendo press release confirmed several release dates for the first quarter of 2010. In particular, Shiren the Wanderer will be hitting the Wii on February 9. Ragnarok Online DS is due out a week later on the 16th. Pokemon Heart Gold/Soul Silver touches down on March 14, with Fragile Dreams: Farewell Ruins of the Moon coming out March 16. Lastly, Infinite Space was confirmed for a March release date, although a specific day was not listed.

Mass Screenshots, Artwork, Boxart 01/21/09

In today’s update: Shining Force Feather, Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: Echoes of Time, Disgaea 2 Portable, Suikoden Tierkreis, Dragon Quest V, From the Abyss, Star Ocean Second Evolution, Super Robot Taisen K, .hack//Link, Blazer Drive, and Fragile. Continue reading ‘Mass Screenshots, Artwork, Boxart 01/21/09’ »

Mass Screenshots, Artwork 12/20/08

In today’s update: Phantasy Star Zero, Fragile, Destiny Links, and Fable II. Continue reading ‘Mass Screenshots, Artwork 12/20/08’ »

Fragile – Screenshots

Source: Game Watch

Fragile Breaks This Winter

Namco Bandai has announced that their upcoming Wii RPG Fragile will be released in Japan on January 22 for 7,140 yen. So far there’s been no word about a North American release.

Source: Game Watch

Fragile – Screenshots, Artwork

Sources: Gamekyo, Game Watch

Fragile – Screenshots

Source: Game Watch

Fragile Details Break Out

Namco Bandai has finally shed some light on their upcoming Wii RPG, Fragile. New screenshots show the interior of a dilapidated hotel with graffiti that, the company says, gives hints about the calamity that left the world in ruins.

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