Chronology of tactical role-playing video games: 1995 to 1999


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This is a comprehensive index of commercial tactical role-playing games for all platforms, sorted chronologically. Information regarding date of release, developer, publisher, platform and notability is provided when available. The table can be sorted by clicking on the small boxes next to the column headings.

Contents

1980s-1994  · 1995-1999  · 2000-2004  · 2005-2009  · 2010-2014  · Unreleased


Legend

Video game platforms
DC Dreamcast
DOS DOS / MS-DOS
GB Game Boy
GG Sega Game Gear
N64 Nintendo 64
PC98 NEC PC-9801
PCFX NEC PC-FX
PS1 PlayStation / PSone
SAT Sega Saturn
SNES Super NES / Super Famicom
WIN Microsoft Windows
WS WonderSwan
Types of releases
Rerel The game was re-released on the same platform with no or only minor changes.
Port The game first appeared on a different platform and a port was made. The game is like the original, with few or no differences.
Remake The game is an enhanced remake of an original, released on the same or different platform, with changes to graphics, sound and/or gameplay.
Compl A compilation, anthology or collection of several titles, usually (but not always) belonging to the same series.
Limit A special release (often called "Limited" or "Collector's Edition") with bonus collector's material. Often provided to people who pre-order a game.

List

Year Title Developer Publisher Setting Platform Notes
1995 (JP)
2nd Super Robot Wars G Banpresto Banpresto Sci-Fi GB (Remake) Remake of 2nd Super Robot Wars.
1995 (JP)
4th Super Robot Wars Banpresto Banpresto Sci-Fi SNES Remake of 3rd Super Robot Wars.
1995 (KR)
War of Genesis, The[1] Softmax Softmax Fantasy DOS Series debuts.
1995 (JP)
Arc the Lad G-Craft SCE Fantasy PS1 Series debuts.
1995 (JP)
Ball Bullet Gun: Survival Game Simulation Sci-Fi SNES
1995 (JP)
Langrisser, Der[2][3]
Langrisser II
デア ラングリッサー
Masaya NCS Fantasy SNES (Remake) Remake of Langrisser II for GEN.
Sequel to Warsong.
1995 (JP)
Farland Story: Daichi no Kizuna
Farland Story 5
TGL TGL Fantasy DOS Sequel to Farland Story: Shirogane no Tsubasa.
1995 (JP)
Farland Story TGL Banpresto Fantasy SNES (Port) Port of Farland Story for DOS.
Series debuts.
1995 (TW)
Flame Dragon 2: Legend of Golden Castle Dynasty Fantasy DOS Sequel to Flame Dragon: Demon's Seal.
1995 (JP)
Front Mission[2][4] Square Square Sci-Fi SNES Series debuts.
1995 (JP)
Heian Fuuunden
平安風雲伝
KSS KSS Fantasy SNES
1995 (NA)
Jagged Alliance: Deadly Games[2] Sir-Tech Sir-Tech Modern DOS Spin-off of Jagged Alliance.
1995 (JP)
Kou Ryuu Ki[2] Koei Fantasy SNES
1995 (JP)
Little Master 3
リトルマスター〜虹色の魔石〜
Tokuma Shoten Fantasy SNES Sequel to Little Master 2.
1995 (JP)
Majin Tensei II: Spiral Nemesis
魔神転生II SPIRAL NEMESIS
Atlus Atlus Fantasy SNES Sequel to Majin Tensei
1995 (??)
Mystaria: The Realms of Lore[2]
Blazing Heroes and Riglord Saga
Sega Sega Fantasy SAT Series debuts.
1995 (JP)
Sengoku Cyber: Fujimaru Jigokuhen
戦国サイバー 藤丸地獄変
Sony Sony Historical PS1
1995 (JP)
Shining Force Gaiden: Final Conflict[2] Sonic! Sega Fantasy GG Sequel to Shining Force: The Legacy of Great Intention.
1995 (JP)
Tactics Ogre: Let Us Cling Together[5] Quest Atlus Fantasy SNES
1995 (JP)
Tenchi Muyo! Game-hen Banpresto Fantasy SNES
1995 (NA/EU)
X-COM: Terror from the Deep MicroProse MicroProse Sci-Fi DOS Sequel to X-COM: UFO Defense.
1995 (NA/EU)
1997 (JP)
X-COM: UFO Defense[6][7] MicroProse MicroProse
MediaQuest
Sci-Fi PS1 (Port) Port of X-COM: UFO Defense for AMI.
Series debuts.
1995 (JP)
Farland Story 2[2]
Farland Story Denki: Arc Ou no Ensei
TGL Banpresto Fantasy SNES (Port) Port of Farland Story Denki: Arc Ou no Ensei for DOS
Sequel to Farland Story.
1996 (JP)
Arc the Lad II ARC SCEI Fantasy PS1 Sequel to Arc the Lad.
1996 (JP)
Bahamut Lagoon[2]
バハムートラグーン
Square Square Fantasy SNES
1996 (NA)
Birthright: The Gorgon's Alliance[2] Synergistic Sierra Fantasy DOS
WIN
RTS/RPG.
1996 (JP)
Langrisser, Der[2][3]
Langrisser II
Masaya NCS Fantasy PCFX (Remake) Remake of Langrisser II for GEN.
Sequel to Warsong.
1996 (NA)
Dragon Force[2][3]
ドラゴンフォース
Sega Working Designs Fantasy SAT
1996 (JP)
Dragon Knight IV
ドラゴンナイト4
ELF Banpresto Fantasy SNES (Port) Eroge.
Port of Dragon Knight IV for PC98.
Sequel to Dragon Knight III.
1996 (JP)
Energy Breaker Neverland Fantasy SNES
1996 (JP)
Farland Saga: Toki no Douhyou TGL TGL Fantasy DOS Continuation of the Farland Story series.
1996 (JP)
Farland Story: Kamigami no Isen
Farland Story 6
TGL TGL Fantasy DOS Sequel to Farland Story: Daichi no Kizuna.
1996 (JP)
FEDA Remake!: Emblem of Justice[8] Yanoman Fantasy SAT (Remake) Remake of FEDA: Emblem of Justice.
1996 (JP)
Fire Emblem: Seisen no Keifu[2] Intelligent Nintendo Fantasy SNES
1996 (JP)
Langrisser III
ラングリッサーIII
Masaya NCS Fantasy SAT Prequel to Warsong.
1996 (JP)
Sakura Taisen[2] Sega Sega
Red Ent.
Steampunk SAT Series debuts.
1996 (JP)
Metajo R-Force R-Force Fantasy PC98
1996 (JP)
Monstania Amccus
Bits Laboratory
Pack-In-Video Fantasy SNES
1996 (JP)
Riglord Saga 2 Sega Sega Fantasy Sequel to Mystaria: The Realms of Lore.
1996 (JP)
Shin Super Robot Wars Banpresto Banpresto Sci-Fi PS1
1996 (JP)
Super Robot Taisen Gaiden: Masō Kishin - The Lord Of Elemental Banpresto Banpresto Sci-Fi SNES
1996 (JP)
Tactics Ogre: Let Us Cling Together Quest Atlus Fantasy SAT (Port) Port of Tactics Ogre: Let Us Cling Together for SNES.
1996 (JP)
Treasure Hunter G Sting Square Fantasy SNES
1996 (JP)
1997 (NA/EU)
Vandal Hearts[2][9] Konami Konami Fantasy PS1
1996 (EU)
X-COM: Terror from the Deep MicroProse MicroProse Sci-Fi PS1 (Port) Port of X-COM: Terror from the Deep for DOS.
Sequel to X-COM: UFO Defense.
1996 (EU)
X-COM: Unknown Terror Mythos MicroProse Sci-Fi DOS (Compl) Compilation of X-COM: UFO Defense and X-COM: Terror from the Deep for DOS.
1997 (JP)
BS Fire Emblem: Akaneia Senki Intelligent Nintendo Fantasy SNES Prequel to Fire Emblem: Ankoku Ryū to Hikari no Ken and Fire Emblem: Monshō no Nazo.
1997 (JP)
Dark Law: Meaning of Death ASCII ASCII Fantasy SNES
1997 (JP)
Dragon Knight IV
ドラゴンナイト4
ELF Banpresto Fantasy PS1 (Port) Eroge.
Port of Dragon Knight IV for PC98.
Sequel to Dragon Knight III.
1997 (JP)
Dragon Knight IV
ドラゴンナイト4
ELF NEC Fantasy PCFX (Port) Eroge.
Port of Dragon Knight IV for PC98.
Sequel to Dragon Knight III.
1997 (JP)
Farland Saga 2: Toki no Michishirube TGL TGL Fantasy WIN Sequel to Farland Saga: Toki no Douhyou.
1997 (JP)
Farland Story[2] TGL TGL Fantasy PS1 (Port) Port of Farland Story for DOS.
Series debuts.
1997 (JP)
FEDA 2: White Surge the Platoon[10] Yanoman Fantasy PS1 Sequel to FEDA: Emblem of Justice.
1997 (JP)
1998 (NA)
Final Fantasy Tactics[2][5][4]
ファイナルファンタジータクティクス
Square Square
SCE
Fantasy PS1
1997 (JP)
Front Mission 2 Square Square Sci-Fi PS1 Sequel to Front Mission.
1997 (JP)
Galaxy Fraulein Yuna 3: Lightning Angel Hudson Soft Sci-Fi SAT Sequel to Galaxy Fraulein Yuna II: Eternal Princess.
1997 (NA)
Incubation: The Wilderness Missions Blue Byte Blue Byte Sci-Fi WIN Expansion to Incubation: Time Is Running Out
Part of the Battle Isle series.
1997 (NA)
Incubation: Time Is Running Out[7] Blue Byte Blue Byte Sci-Fi WIN Part of the Battle Isle series.
1997 (JP)
Langrisser IV
ラングリッサーIV
CareerSoft Fantasy SAT
PS1
Sequel to Langrisser III
1997 (JP)
Langrisser I & II[2]
ラングリッサーI&II
Fantasy PS1 (Remake) Remake and compilation of Langrisser and Langrisser II for GEN.
1997 (KR)
War of Genesis 2, The[1] Softmax Softmax Fantasy DOS Sequel to The War of Genesis.
1997 (JP)
Ronde
輪舞曲
MIT Atlus Fantasy SAT
1997 (JP)
1998 (NA)
Master of Monsters: Disciples of Gaia[2] ASCII ASCII
Toshiba
Fantasy PS1
1997 (JP)
Ogre Battle: Limited Edition[2][11] Enix Fantasy PS1 (Compl) Compilation of Ogre Battle: The March of the Black Queen and Tactics Ogre: Let Us Cling Together.
1997 (JP)
1998 (NA/EU)
Shining Force III[2] (Scenario I of III) Camelot Sega Fantasy SAT Sequel to Shining Force II: Ancient Sealing.
1997 (JP)
Söldnerschild S Koei Fantasy SAT
1997 (JP)
Super Robot Wars F Banpresto Banpresto Sci-Fi SAT
1997 (JP)
1998 (NA)
Tactics Ogre: Let Us Cling Together[12] Quest Atlus Fantasy PS1 (Port) Port of Tactics Ogre: Let Us Cling Together for SNES.
1997 (JP)
Vandal Hearts[2] Konami Konami Fantasy SAT (Port) Port of Vandal Hearts for PS1.
1997 (JP)
Vantage Master V2
Vantage Master Online
Nihon Falcom Fantasy WIN Sequel to Vantage Master.
1997 (JP)
1998 (TW/KR)
Vantage Master
ヴァンテージ・マスター
Nihon Falcom Nihon Falcom Fantasy WIN Series debuts.
1997 (NA)
X-COM: Apocalypse Mythos MicroProse Sci-Fi DOS
WIN
Real-time (optional).
Sequel to X-COM: Terror from the Deep.
1998 (JP)
Simulation RPG Construction
SRC
Kei N/A WIN Video game creation suite.
1998 (JP)
Black/Matrix Flight-Plan NEC Fantasy SAT
PS1
1998 (JP)
Brave Saga II
ブレイブサーガ2
Takeda Sci-Fi PS1 Sequel to Shin Sedai Robot Senki: Brave Saga.
1998 (JP)
Shin Sedai Robot Senki: Brave Saga
Brave Saga
Takeda Sci-Fi PS1
1998 (NA)
Brigandine: The Legend of Forsena[2] Hearty Robin Atlus Fantasy PS1
1998 (JP)
Castle Fantasia Studio E-Go! Studio E-Go! Fantasy WIN Eroge.
Series debuts.
1998 (JP)
Farland Saga: Toki no Douhyou TGL TGL Fantasy SAT (Port) Port of Farland Saga: Toki no Douhyou for DOS.
Continuation of the Farland Story series.
1998 (TW)
Flame Dragon Plus: Marks of Wind Dynasty Fantasy DOS Sequel to Flame Dragon 2: Legend of Golden Castle.
1998 (JP)
Galaxy Fraulein Yuna 3: Final Edition Hudson Soft Sci-Fi PS1 (Port) Port of Galaxy Fraulein Yuna 3: Lightning Angel.
Sequel to Galaxy Fraulein Yuna II: Eternal Princess.
1998 (NA)
Incubation: Hidden Worlds[7] Blue Byte Blue Byte Sci-Fi WIN (Limit) Collector's edition version of Incubation: Time Is Running Out
Part of the Battle Isle series.
1998 (JP/NA)
1999 (EU)
Kartia: The Word of Fate[2][11][12]
The Legend of Kartia
Atlus Atlus
Konami
Fantasy PS1
1998 (JP)
Langrisser V: The End of Legend
ラングリッサーV ~The End of Legend~
Masaya NCS Fantasy SAT Sequel to Langrisser IV.
1998 (JP)
Langrisser Tribute Fantasy SAT (Port) Port and compilation of Langrisser IV through Langrisser V.
1998 (JP)
Sakura Taisen 2: Kimi, Shinitamou koto Nakare Sega Sega
Red Ent.
Steampunk SAT Sequel to Sakura Taisen.
1998 (EU)
1999 (NA)
Magic & Mayhem[2] Mythos (Julian Gollop) Virgin
Bethesda
Fantasy WIN RTS/RPG.
1998 (JP)
1999 (NA)
Monsterseed[2] Sunsoft Sunsoft Fantasy PS1
1998 (JP)
2000 (NA)
Rhapsody: A Musical Adventure[12] Nippon Ichi Atlus Fantasy PS1
1998 (JP)
Shining Force III[2] (Scenario II of III) Camelot Sega Fantasy SAT Sequel to Shining Force II: Ancient Sealing.
1998 (JP)
Shining Force III[2] (Scenario III of III) Camelot Sega Fantasy SAT Sequel to Shining Force II: Ancient Sealing.
1998 (JP)
Simulation RPG Tsukūru 95 ASCII ASCII N/A WIN Part of the RPG Maker line of video game creation suites.
1998 (JP)
Simulation RPG Tsukūru Pegasus Japan ASCII N/A SAT
PS1
Part of the RPG Maker line of video game creation suites.
1998 (KR)
War of Genesis Side Story I, The: Rhapsody of Zephyr[2]
The Rhapsody of Zephyr
Softmax Softmax Fantasy WIN
1998 (JP)
2000 (NA)
Vanguard Bandits[2] Human
Working
Human
Working
Fantasy PS1
1998 (JP)
Wachenröder Sega Sega Sci-Fi
Fantasy
SAT
1998 (NA)
X-COM: Collector's Edition Mythos
MicroProse
MicroProse Sci-Fi WIN (Compl) Compilation of X-COM: UFO Unknown, X-COM: Terror from the Deep and X-COM: Apocalypse.
1998 (NA)
X-COM: UFO Defense Mythos MicroProse
Spectrum Holobyte
Sci-Fi WIN (Port) Port of X-COM: UFO Defense for AMI.
Series debuts.
1999 (JP)
Arc the Lad III ARC SCEI Fantasy PS1 Sequel to Arc the Lad II.
1999 (JP)
Black/Matrix Advanced[2]
Black/Matrix A/D
Flight-Plan NEC Fantasy DC (Remake) Remake of Black/Matrix for SAT.
1999 (JP)
Castle Fantasia 2: Seima Taisen Studio E-Go! Studio E-Go! Fantasy WIN Eroge.
Prequel to Castle Fantasia.
1999 (JP)
2000 (UK)
2001 (NA)
Eternal Eyes[2] TamTam
Alpha-Unit
Sunsoft
TAMM
Fantasy PS1
1999 (JP)
Farland Odyssey TGL TGL Fantasy WIN Spin-off of the Farland Story series.
1999 (JP)
Farland Saga 2: Toki no Michishirube TGL TGL Fantasy PS1 (Port) Port of Farland Saga 2: Toki no Michishirube for WIN.
Sequel to Farland Saga: Toki no Douhyou.
1999 (JP)
Fire Emblem: Thracia 776[2] Intelligent Nintendo Fantasy SNES Midquel to Fire Emblem: Seisen no Keifu.
1999 (TW)
Flame Dragon Plus: Marks of Wind DII Fantasy DOS Sequel to Flame Dragon 2: Legend of Golden Castle.
1999 (JP)
2000 (NA/EU)
Front Mission 3[12] Square Square
Square EA
Fantasy PS1 Sequel to Front Mission 2.
First game in the series to be published in North America.
1999 (NA/EU)
Gorky 17
Odium
Metropolis 1C Company
TopWare
Monolith
Fantasy WIN
1999 (JP)
Growlanser[2]
グローランサー
Atlus Atlus Fantasy PS1 Series debuts.
1999 (NA)
Jagged Alliance 2[2][13] Sir-Tech TalonSoft Modern WIN Sequel to Jagged Alliance.
1999 (JP)
Langrisser Millennium
ラングリッサーミレニアム
Masaya NCS Fantasy DC
1999 (JP)
Little Witching Mischiefs
魔女っ子大作戦
Toys For Bob Bandai Fantasy PS1
1999 (JP)
2003 (CN)
Mamatoto: A Record of War
ママトト -a record of war-
Alice Alice Fantasy WIN Eroge.
1999 (JP)
2000 (NA)
Ogre Battle 64: Person of Lordly Caliber[2][11]
オウガバトル64 Person of Lordly Caliber
Ōga Batoru Rokujūyon Person of Lordly Caliber
Quest
Nintendo
Atlus Fantasy N64 Sequel to Ogre Battle: March of the Black Queen.
1999 (JP)
Ouka Houshin[2] Media Works Fantasy DC
1999 (JP)
2001 (NA)
Saiyuki: Journey West
西遊記 (さいゆうき)
Koei Koei Fantasy PS1 Based loosely on the novel, Journey to the West.
1999 (JP)
SD Gundam G Generation-0[3]
SD Gundam G Generation-0: G Zero
SDガンダム ジージェネレーション・ゼロ
Bandai Bandai Sci-Fi PS1
1999 (JP)
Super Robot Wars 64 Banpresto Banpresto Sci-Fi N64
1999 (JP)
Super Robot Wars Compact Banpresto Banpresto Sci-Fi WS
1999 (JP)
Super Robot Wars F Final Banpresto Banpresto Sci-Fi SAT
1999 (JP/NA)
2000 (PAL)
Vandal Hearts II[2] Konami Konami Fantasy PS1 Sequel to Vandal Hearts.
1999 (NA)
X-COM Collection Mythos MicroProse
Mythos
Sci-Fi WIN (Compl) Compilation of all X-COM titles to date.

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