The Best Gaming Console For Girls

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This Page Is All About Sony Playstation 2 PS2 Games For Girls

This is part of a multi-post “countdown” of the best gaming systems for girls. Please use the Table of Contents to navigate through the various posts.

Table of Contents

Introduction To This Countdown

PC Games For Girls

PC Games For Girls Part 1

PC Games For Girls Part 2

PC Games For Girls Part 3

PC Games For Girls Part 4

PC Games For Girls Part 5

PC Games For Girls Part 6

PC Games For Girls Part 7

PC Games For Girls Part 8

PC Games For Girls Part 9

PC Games For Girls Part 10

Mobile Games For Girls

Mobile Games For Girls Part 1

Mobile Games For Girls Part 2

Mobile Games For Girls Part 3

Mobile Games For Girls Part 4

Mobile Games For Girls Part 5

Mobile Games For Girls Part 6

Nintendo Switch Games For Girls

Nintendo Switch Games For Girls

Sony Playstation 2 Games For Girls

Sony Playstation 2 Games For Girls

Sony Vita Games For Girls

Sony Vita Games For Girls

Super Nintendo SNES Games For Girls

Super Nintendo SNES Games For Girls

Sony Playstation 1 Games For Girls

Sony Playstation 1 Games For Girls

Playstation 4 Games For Girls

Playstation 4 Games For Girls

Sega CD Games For Girls

Sega CD Games For Girls

Sega Genesis Games For Girls

Sega Genesis Games For Girls

Sega Saturn Games For Girls

Sega Saturn Games For Girls

Sega Dreamcast Games For Girls

Sega Dreamcast Games For Girls

Sony Playstation Portable PSP Games For Girls

Sony Playstation Portable PSP Games For Girls

Playstation 3 Games For Girls

Playstation 3 Games For Girls

Nintendo 3DS / 2DS Games For Girls

Nintendo 3DS / 2DS Games For Girls

Nintendo DS Games For Girls

Nintendo DS Games For Girls

Nintendo GBA Gameboy Advance Games For Girls

Nintendo GBA Gameboy Advance Games For Girls

Nintendo N64 Games For Girls

Nintendo N64 Games For Girls

Wii U Games For Girls

Wii U Games For Girls

Nintendo Gamecube Games For Girls

Nintendo Gamecube Games For Girls

Sega Gamegear Games For Girls

Sega Gamegear Games For Girls

Nintendo Wii Games For Girls

Nintendo Wii Games For Girls

Xbox Games For Girls

Xbox and Xbox 360 Games For Girls

Gameboy Games For Girls

Gameboy Color and Gameboy Original or Pocket Games For Girls

Conclusion Remaining Games For Girls

NES, Colecovision, and Virtual Boy Games For Girls

This Page is All About Playstation 2 Games For Girls

4.) Playstation 2 – There has never been a better console for JRPGs. There were more releases on this gaming console than any other to date. And the PS2 was 100% completely backwards compatiable with PS1 games. This doubles the amount of games for girls that were playable on the Playstation 2, making it a no brainer better than the PS1 as you didn’t lose access to the PS1 games you already owned. The fact that these 2 consoles combined had so many great JRPGs makes its successors pale in comparrison to the golden age of JRPGs.

Here are a few of the Playstation 2 Games for Girls. I’m not including the Playstation 1 releases here, but you can see them further down in our countdown.

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Ar Tonelico: Melody of Elemia

Ar tonelico: Melody of Elemia , released in Japan as Ar tonelico: The Girl Who Keeps Singing at the End of the World is a role-playing video game developed by Gust Corporation for the PlayStation 2 and originally published by Banpresto in 2006.

Ar Tonelico 2

Ar tonelico II: Melody of Metafalica , known in Japan as Ar tonelico II: Sekai ni Hibiku Shōjo-tachi no Metafalica is a role-playing video game, developed by Gust for the PlayStation 2 which was released in Japan on October 25, 2007, in North America on January 20, 2009, and was set to be released in the EU on 29 May 2009, but a problem with the barcode delayed it by a week.

Arc the Lad: End of Darkness

Arc the Lad: End of Darkness , known in Japan as Arc the Lad Generation (アークザラッド ジェネレーション), is a 3D action role-playing video game developed by Cattle Call exclusively for the PlayStation 2. It is the second and last game from the series on the console, the first being Arc the Lad: Twilight of the Spirits .

Arc the Lad: Twilight of the Spirits

Arc the Lad: Twilight of the Spirits (Known as Arc the Lad: Seirei no Tasogare “アークザラッド 精霊の黄昏” in Japan, and Arc: Twilight of the Spirits in Europe) is a 2003 tactical role-playing video game developed by Cattle Call and published by Sony Computer Entertainment.

Atelier Iris: Eternal Mana

Atelier Iris: Eternal Mana is a role-playing video game developed by Japanese developer Gust for the PlayStation 2, the first of the Atelier Iris saga. Despite the Atelier series’ long run and popularity in Japan, Atelier Iris was the first of the series to be released in the U.S.; this release and the English translation were done by NIS America.

Atelier Iris 2: The Azoth of Destiny

Atelier Iris 2: The Azoth of Destiny , released in Japan as Atelier Iris: Eternal Mana 2 , is a role-playing video game developed by Japanese developer Gust Co. Ltd. for the PlayStation 2. The game is the sequel to Atelier Iris: Eternal Mana .

Atelier Iris 3: Grand Phantasm

Atelier Iris 3: Grand Phantasm , released in Japan as Atelier Iris: Grand Fantasm is a role-playing video game developed by Japanese developer Gust Co. Ltd. for the PlayStation 2. This section is empty. You can help by adding to it. Unlike previous games in the series, the maximum number of playable characters is 3.

Beyond Good & Evil (video game)

Beyond Good & Evil is a 2003 action-adventure video game developed and published by Ubisoft for the PlayStation 2, Microsoft Windows, Xbox and GameCube platforms. The story follows the adventures of Jade, an investigative reporter and martial artist, who works with a resistance movement to reveal a planet-wide alien conspiracy.

The Bouncer (video game)

The Bouncer is a 2000 beat ’em up video game for the PlayStation 2 co-developed by Squaresoft and DreamFactory. It was published in Japan by Squaresoft in December 2000, in North America by Square Electronic Arts in March 2001, and in Europe by Sony Computer Entertainment Europe in June 2001.

Breath of Fire: Dragon Quarter

(Breath of Fire: Dragon Quarter , known in Japan as Breath of Fire V: Dragon Quarter Japanese: ブレス オブ ファイアV ドラゴンクォーター, Hepburn: Buresu obu Faia Faibu Doragon Kwōtā), is a PlayStation 2 game originally released on November 14, 2002. It is the fifth role-playing game (RPG) in the Breath of Fire series.

Bully (video game)

Bully (originally released in the PAL region as Canis Canem Edit ) is an action-adventure video game developed by Rockstar Vancouver and published by Rockstar Games. It was released on 17 October 2006 for the PlayStation 2.

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Castlevania: Lament of Innocence

Castlevania: Lament of Innocence is an action-adventure video game developed by Konami for the PlayStation 2 console. Part of Konami’s Castlevania video game series, it is the first installment of the series on the PlayStation 2 and the third to make use of a 3D style of gameplay.

Dark Cloud

Dark Cloud is an action role-playing video game developed by Level-5 and published by Sony Computer Entertainment for the PlayStation 2. Originally intended as a launch title for the system in March 2000, the game was eventually released in Japan in December 2000, in North America in May 2001, and in Europe in September 2001.

Dark Chronicle

Dark Chronicle , released as Dark Cloud 2 in North America, is an action role-playing game developed by Level-5 and published by Sony Computer Entertainment for the PlayStation 2 (PS2). It was released in Japan in November 2002, in North America in February 2003, and in Europe in September 2003.

Dawn of Mana

Dawn of Mana is a 2006 action-adventure game for the PlayStation 2. It was developed and published by Square Enix. It is the eighth game of the series and the third entry in the World of Mana subseries, following the release of Children of Mana nine months prior and Friends of Mana two months prior.

Deus Ex (video game)

Deus Ex is a 2000 action role-playing video game developed by Ion Storm and published by Eidos Interactive. Set in a cyberpunk-themed dystopian world in the year 2052, the game follows JC Denton, an agent of the fictional agency United Nations Anti-Terrorist Coalition (UNATCO), who is given superhuman abilities by nanotechnology, as he sets out to combat hostile forces in a world ravaged by inequality and a deadly plague.

Digimon World 4

(デジモンワールドX, Digimon World 4 , known as Digimon World X Dejimon Wārudo X) in Japan, is an action role-playing video game for the PlayStation 2, GameCube, and Xbox developed by BEC and published by Bandai as part of their franchise. Unlike previous games in the Digimon World series, the main character is AGUMON.

Digimon World Data Squad

(デジモンセイバーズ アナザーミッション, Digimon World Data Squad Dejimon Seibāzu Anazā Misshon , ‘Digimon Savers: Another Mission’) is an action-adventure role-playing video game for the PlayStation 2, developed by BEC and published by Bandai Namco Games. The title was released in Japan in November 2006, and later in North America in September 2007, and is based on the Digimon Data Squad anime series.

Dirge of Cerberus: Final Fantasy VII

(ダージュ オブ ケルベロス -ファイナルファンタジーVII, Dirge of Cerberus: Final Fantasy VII -Dāju obu Keruberosu -Fainaru Fantajī Sebun-) is an action role-playing third-person shooter developed and published by Square Enix in 2006 for the PlayStation 2. It is part of the Compilation of Final Fantasy VII metaseries, a multimedia collection set within the universe of the popular 1997 video game Final Fantasy VII .

Disgaea: Hour of Darkness

Disgaea: Hour of Darkness Developer(s) Nippon Ichi Software Publisher(s) Director(s) Yoshitsuna Kobayashi Producer(s) Sōhei Niikawa Designer(s) Yoshitsuna Kobayashi Composer(s) Tenpei Sato Series Disgaea Platform(s) PlayStation 2, PlayStation Portable, Nintendo DS, Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch, iOS, Android Release PlayStation 2 JP: January 30, 2003 NA: August 27, 2003 EU:

The Dog Island

(THE DOG ISLAND ひとつの花の物語, The Dog Island (often stylized as THE DOG Island ), known in Japan as The Dog Island: Hitotsu no Hana no Monogatari Za Dogu Airando Hitotsu no Hana no Monogatari, lit.

Dokapon Kingdom

Dokapon Kingdom is a role-playing video game developed by Sting and published by Examu in Japan for PlayStation 2 on November 22, 2007. It was published by Atlus in North America on October 14, 2008. It is a remake of the 1994 Super Famicom title, Dokapon 3・2・1 – Arashi o Yobu Yuujou.

Dragon Quest VIII

Dragon Quest VIII: Journey of the Cursed King , is a role-playing video game developed by Level-5 and published by Square Enix for the PlayStation 2. It was released in Japan in 2004, in North America in 2005 and PAL regions in 2006, making it the first main series installment released in the PAL region.

Dragon Rage

Dragon Rage is a PlayStation 2 game by The 3DO Company. The player controls an escaped dragon named Cael Cyndar on a mission to save the dragon race from extinction by the orcs. Cael’s guide is Adara the Sprite. The dragon’s attacks include ramming, biting, grabbing & dropping, and breathing fire.

Drakan: The Ancients’ Gates

Drakan: The Ancients’ Gates is an action-adventure game with role-playing elements by Surreal Software, released for PlayStation 2 in 2002. It is the sequel to the 1999 PC game Drakan: Order of the Flame . This section needs expansion. You can help by adding to it.

Drakengard

Drakengard , known in Japan as Drag-On Dragoon , is a series of action role-playing video games. The eponymous first game in the series was released in 2003 on the PlayStation 2, and has since been followed by a sequel, a prequel, and a spin-off.

Drakengard 2

Drakengard 2 , known in Japan as Drag-On Dragoon 2: love red, ambivalence black , is an action role-playing video game developed by Cavia and published by Square Enix in Japan and Ubisoft in all other territories exclusively for the PlayStation 2.

Dual Hearts

Dual Hearts is a platforming action-adventure game for the PlayStation 2, released in 2002. In the United States it was released by Atlus. The plot begins with a treasure hunter named Rumble learning about a treasure, the Dream Stone on Sonno Island and setting out for it.

Ecco the Dolphin: Defender of the Future

Ecco the Dolphin: Defender of the Future is the fourth title in the Ecco the Dolphin series. It was released in 2000 for the Dreamcast. Defender of the Future is set in a separate continuity than the original Mega Drive/Genesis titles, hence a reboot.

Echo Night: Beyond

(ネビュラ -エコーナイト-, Echo Night: Beyond , known in Japan as Nebula: Echo Night Nebyura Ekō Naito) is a 2004 adventure video game developed by FromSoftware for the PlayStation 2 console. Agetec published the game in North America, with the European release, by Indie Games, following in August 2005.

Ephemeral Fantasia

(ライゼリート エフェメラル ファンタジア, Ephemeral Fantasia , known in Japan as Reiselied: Ephemeral Fantasia Raizerīdo Efemeraru Fantajia), is a 2000 role-playing video game developed and published by Konami for the PlayStation 2. The game was released in Japan on August 10, 2000, in North America on July 9, 2001 and in Europe on September 7, 2001.

Escape from Monkey Island

Escape from Monkey Island is an adventure game developed and released by LucasArts in 2000. It is the fourth game in the Monkey Island series and the first to use 3D graphics. The game centers on the pirate Guybrush Threepwood, who returns home with his wife Elaine Marley after their honeymoon, to find her erroneously declared dead, and her office of governor up for election.

Eternal Poison

Eternal Poison , released in Japan as Poison Pink (ポイズンピンク, Poizun Pinku) , is a turn-based tactical role-playing game developed mainly by Flight-Plan, published and produced by Banpresto for the PlayStation 2. The game is a dark fantasy RPG where the player must catch and collect demons called Majin, these monsters can then be used as fellow party members or taken back to the base for other customizations.

Everblue 2

Everblue 2 is a scuba diving adventure game. It is the sequel to the game . Arika, the developers of both games, followed it with the spiritual sequel Endless Ocean , for the Wii. The game was also released in North America (with the title still indicating it’s a sequel), while the first game was not.

Evergrace

Evergrace is a 2000 Japanese action role-playing game (RPG/ JRPG) developed by FromSoftware for the Sony PlayStation 2 (PS2) and published by Agetec in North America ( Ubisoft and Crave Entertainment in PAL territories). The game was a launch title for the PS2 in North America.

Falling Stars (video game)

Falling Stars is a role-playing video game developed by Ivolgamus and published by Nordcurrent in Europe and by Agetec in North America. It was released on August 24, 2007 in Europe for Microsoft Windows and the PlayStation 2 and on August 26, 2008 in the United States for the PlayStation 2.

Final Fantasy X

Final Fantasy X is a role-playing video game developed and published by Square as the tenth entry in the Final Fantasy series. Originally released in 2001 for Sony’s PlayStation 2, the game was re-released as Final Fantasy X/X-2 HD Remaster for PlayStation 3 and PlayStation Vita in 2013, for PlayStation 4 in 2015, Microsoft Windows in 2016, and for Nintendo Switch and Xbox One in 2019.

Final Fantasy X-2

Final Fantasy X-2 is a 2003 role-playing video game developed and published by Square for the PlayStation 2. It is a direct sequel to 2001’s Final Fantasy X , the first game in the Final Fantasy series to receive such a follow-up.

Final Fantasy XII

Final Fantasy XII is a fantasy role-playing video game developed and published by Square Enix for the PlayStation 2 home video console. A part of the Final Fantasy series, the game was released in 2006.

Forever Kingdom

(エヴァーグレイス 2, Forever Kingdom , known in Japan as Evergrace II Evāgureisu Tsu), is an action role-playing game released for the PlayStation 2 by FromSoftware. It is the prequel to . Forever Kingdom takes place directly before the events of Evergrace. Darius lived a somewhat sheltered life with his parents in the small village of Solta.

Graffiti Kingdom

Graffiti Kingdom is an action role-playing video game developed by Taito Corporation for the PlayStation 2 console in 2004, and is the sequel to Magic Pengel: The Quest for Color . The game’s soundtrack was composed by Yasunori Mitsuda, better known for his work on Chrono Trigger , Chrono Cross , and .

Grandia II

Grandia II Developer(s) Game Arts Rocket Studio (PS2) [1] SkyBox Labs (Anniversary Edition) Publisher(s) Composer(s) Noriyuki Iwadare Series Grandia Platform(s) Dreamcast, PlayStation 2, Microsoft Windows, PlayStation Network, Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4 Release Dreamcast JP: August 3, 2000 NA: December 6, 2000 EU: February 23, 2001 PlayStation 2 NA: January 28,

Grandia III

(グランディアIII, Grandia III Gurandia Surī) is a role-playing video game developed by Game Arts and published by Square Enix for the PlayStation 2 console. Originally released in Japan in August 2005, the game later made available in English in North America in February 2006, and is the first main series title to not be released in Europe.

Growlanser Generations

Growlanser Generations is both a compilation of Growlanser II and Growlanser III and the sole North American release of both games. The North American localizations of both games were produced by Working Designs. This is also the last video game Working Designs released in the U.S. before they became defunct in December 2005.

Growlanser: Heritage of War

Growlanser: Heritage of War (known as Growlanser V: Generations in Japan) is a tactical role-playing video game for the PlayStation 2. It was developed by Career Soft, and published in Japan by Atlus in 2006. Atlus USA published the game in North America on September 18, 2007, and Rising Star Games released it in Europe on June 13, 2008.

Harvest Moon: A Wonderful Life

(牧場物語~ワンダフルライフ, Harvest Moon: A Wonderful Life Bokujō Monogatari: Wonderful Life) is a video game that was released in Japan on September 2003 and March 2004 in North America for the GameCube. It was developed and published by Marvelous Interactive, and is part of the long-running Story of Seasons series of video games.

Harvest Moon: Save the Homeland

Harvest Moon: Save the Homeland , released in Japan as Bokujō Monogatari 3: Heart ni Hi o Tsukete (牧場物語3 ハートに火をつけて), is a 2001 farm simulation game, part of the popular Story of Seasons series of video games. The player takes on the role of a 21-year-old man whose grandfather, Tony, recently died and left him his farm.

Fahrenheit (2005 video game)

Fahrenheit (known as Indigo Prophecy in North America) is an action-adventure game developed by Quantic Dream and published by Atari, Inc. for Microsoft Windows, Xbox, and PlayStation 2 in September 2005. The plot follows Lucas Kane, a man who commits murder while supernaturally possessed, and two police detectives investigating the case.

Innocent Life: A Futuristic Harvest Moon

(イノセントライフ ~新牧場物語~, Innocent Life: A Futuristic Harvest Moon Innocent Life: Shin Bokujō Monogatari), also known as Harvest Moon: Innocent Life , is a farming simulation video game for the PlayStation Portable (PSP). It is a spin-off of the Story of Seasons series of games, and was released on April 27, 2006 in Japan and on May 15, 2007 in North America.

Inuyasha: The Secret of the Cursed Mask

(犬夜叉 呪詛の仮面, Inuyasha: The Secret of the Cursed Mask , known in Japan as Inuyasha: The Cursed Mask InuYasha: Juso no Kamen), is a role-playing video game for the PlayStation 2 based on the manga and anime series . The player is able to choose to play as a female named Kaname Kururugi or as a male called Michiru Kururugi.

Jade Cocoon 2

(玉繭物語2 ~滅びの蟲~, Jade Cocoon 2 Tamamayu Monogatari Tsū ~Horobi no Mushi~, literally “The Story of the Jade Cocoon 2: Insect of Destruction”) is a role-playing video game developed by Genki exclusively for PlayStation 2. It is the sequel to Jade Cocoon: Story of the Tamamayu .

Kessen

Kessen (決戦, “Decisive Battle”) is a real-time tactics video game produced by Koei and published by Electronic Arts. It was a launch game for the PlayStation 2 in Japan and North America. It was initially the only real-time wargame game available for the PlayStation 2.

Kessen II

Kessen II is a strategy game loosely based on the Three Kingdoms period of China. It is the sequel to in name only; both Kessen and the later sequel are based on events in Japan and China. The gameplay involves playing out major battles as the storyline progresses, with cutscenes between each battle for the development of the events and major characters.

Kessen III

Kessen III (決戦III) is the third Kessen title by Koei for PlayStation 2. The game is based on the life of Oda Nobunaga. The game’s time frame is roughly between the years 1550 to 1590.

Kingdom Hearts (video game)

Kingdom Hearts is a 2002 action role-playing video game developed by Square for the PlayStation 2 video game console. It is the first game in the Kingdom Hearts series and is the result of a collaboration between Square and The Walt Disney Company.

Kingdom Hearts II

Kingdom Hearts II is a 2005 action role-playing game developed and published by Square Enix for the PlayStation 2 video game console. The game is a sequel to Kingdom Hearts , and like the original game, combines characters and settings from Disney films with those of Square Enix’s Final Fantasy series.

Kingdom Hearts: Chain of Memories

Kingdom Hearts: Chain of Memories is an action role-playing video game co-developed by Square Enix and Jupiter, and published by Square Enix in 2004 for the Game Boy Advance. The game serves as an intermediary between the two larger-scale PlayStation2 games in the Kingdom Hearts series.

Klonoa 2: Lunatea’s Veil

Klonoa 2: Lunatea’s Veil is a platform game developed by Namco. It was self-published by Namco in Japan and North America, and by Sony Computer Entertainment in Europe for the PlayStation 2 in 2001. It is the direct sequel to 1997’s Klonoa: Door to Phantomile .

La Pucelle: Tactics

La Pucelle: Tactics is a tactical role-playing game developed by Nippon Ichi Software for the PlayStation 2 . It was released in Japan in January 2002, and in North America by Mastiff in May 2004. The game was ported to the PlayStation Portable in Japan on November 26, 2009 as La Pucelle Ragnarok.

Legaia 2: Duel Saga

Legaia 2: Duel Saga , known as Legaia: Duel Saga (レガイア デュエルサーガ) in Japan, is a turn-based role-playing video game and sequel to Legend of Legaia . The main character cannot be replaced on the screen. The player can make nicknames as the game progresses.

Magic Pengel: The Quest for Color

(ガラクタ名作劇場 ラクガキ王国, Magic Pengel: The Quest for Color , known as Galacta Meisaku Gekijō Rakugaki Ōkoku Garakuta Meisaku Gekijō Rakugaki Ōkoku, lit. “Galacta Masterpiece Theatre Doodle Kingdom”) in Japan, is a 2002 role-playing video game developed by Garakuda-Studio and Taito for the PlayStation 2, published by Agetec in North America.

Magna Carta: Crimson Stigmata

(マグナカルタ ポータブル, Magna Carta: Crimson Stigmata is a role-playing video game developed by Softmax and originally released for the PlayStation 2 in South Korea by Softmax and in Japan as simply Magna Carta (a title later used in the PAL version) by Banpresto in 2004.

Mana Khemia: Alchemists of Al-Revis

Mana Khemia: Alchemists of Al-Revis is a role-playing video game developed by Gust Co. Ltd. in 2007 for the PlayStation 2. The game is the ninth entry to Gust’s Atelier series, and incorporates elements of standard turn-based combat and alchemy. A PlayStation Portable version was released which included additional features.

Mana Khemia 2: Fall of Alchemy

Mana Khemia 2: Fall of Alchemy is a role-playing video game developed by Japanese developer Gust Co. Ltd. for the PlayStation 2. A “Portable+” version for PlayStation Portable was released on 1 October 2009 (Japan only). The game is the direct sequel to Mana Khemia: Alchemists of Al-Revis , as well as the tenth installment to the series.

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Monster Hunter (video game)

Monster Hunter is an action role-playing game for the PlayStation 2. The game was developed and published by Capcom. Monster Hunter was released in North America on September 21, 2004. It was remade and expanded in Monster Hunter G , which was released in Japan and was brought to North America and Europe as Monster Hunter Freedom for the PlayStation Portable.

Monster Rancher 3

(モンスターファーム3, Monster Rancher 3 (known in Japan as Monster Farm 3 Monsutā Fāmu Surī)) is the third game in Tecmo’s Monster Rancher series. It is the first game in the series for the PlayStation 2. This game uses cel-shaded graphics to give the game a more cartoon-like feel.

Monster Rancher 4

(モンスターファーム4, Monster Rancher 4 (known in Japan as Monster Farm 4 Monsutā Fāmu Fō)) is a monster breeding and management game that was released by Tecmo for the PlayStation 2 in 2003. This section needs expansion. You can help by adding to it. Like the previous installments, this game involves the raising, breeding, and fighting of monsters.

Monster Rancher EVO

(モンスターファーム5: サーカス キャラバン, Monster Rancher EVO (Monster Farm 5: Circus Caravan Monsutā Fāmu Faibu: Sākasu Kyaraban) in Japan) is a PlayStation 2 game in the Monster Rancher series. It was released in Japan on December 8, 2005, and in North America on April 13, 2006. The game was not released in PAL territories.

MS Saga: A New Dawn

(MS Saga: A New Dawn Gundam True Odyssey, 失われしGの伝説, Ushinawareshi G no Densetsu) “The Legend of the Lost G”, is a role-playing game for the PlayStation 2 console based on the franchise. The game was designed to be accessible to a general audience unfamiliar with Gundam.

The Nightmare of Druaga: Fushigi no Dungeon

The Nightmare of Druaga: Fushigi no Dungeon is a roguelike video game developed by Arika, Matrix Software, and Chunsoft, published in 2004 in Japan by Arika (under license from Namco) and in North America by Namco Hometek exclusively for the PlayStation 2.

Nobunaga’s Ambition

Nobunaga’s Ambition is a series of turn-based grand strategy role-playing simulation video games. The original game was one of the first in its genre, being released in March 1983 by the Japanese video game developer Koei. Nobunaga’s Ambition takes place during the Sengoku period of feudal Japan.

Nobunaga’s Ambition

Nobunaga’s Ambition is a series of turn-based grand strategy role-playing simulation video games. The original game was one of the first in its genre, being released in March 1983 by the Japanese video game developer Koei. Nobunaga’s Ambition takes place during the Sengoku period of feudal Japan.

Odin Sphere

Odin Sphere is an action role-playing game developed by Vanillaware for the PlayStation 2. It was published by Atlus (Japan and North America) in 2007, and by Square Enix (Europe) in 2008. A remake, titled Odin Sphere Leifthrasir, was released on PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, and PlayStation Vita in 2016: Atlus handled publishing duties in Japan and North America, while NIS America published the title in PAL territories.

Okage: Shadow King

(ボクと魔王, Okage: Shadow King , known in Japan as Boku to Maō Boku to Maō, literally ” Me and the Devil King”), is a role-playing video game developed by Zener Works and co-developed and published by Sony Computer Entertainment. It was released on March 15, 2001 in Japan, and October 1, 2001 in North America, exclusively for the PlayStation 2.

Ōkami

Ōkami is an action-adventure video game developed by Clover Studio and published by Capcom. It was released for PlayStation 2 in 2006 in Japan and North America, and in 2007 in Europe and Australia. After the closure of Clover Studio a few months after the release, a port for Wii was developed by Ready at Dawn, Tose, and Capcom, and released in 2008.

Orphen: Scion of Sorcery

(魔術士オーフェン, Orphen: Scion of Sorcery , known in Japan as Sorcerous Stabber Orphen Majutsushi Ōfen), is a role-playing video game for the PlayStation 2. The game was developed by Shade, co-published by Kadokawa Shoten and ESP in Japan, and released abroad by Activision. It is based on the light novel series Sorcerous Stabber Orphen by Yoshinobu Akita.

Persona 3

Persona 3 , also known as Shin Megami Tensei: Persona 3 , is a role-playing video game developed by Atlus. It is the fourth installment in the series, which is part of the larger Megami Tensei franchise.

Persona 4

Persona 4 , also known as Shin Megami Tensei: Persona 4 , is a role-playing video game developed and published by Atlus. It is chronologically the fifth installment in the series, itself a part of the larger Megami Tensei franchise, and was released for the PlayStation 2 in Japan in July 2008, North America in December 2008, and Europe in March 2009.

Phantasy Star Universe

Phantasy Star Universe Developer(s) Sonic Team Publisher(s) Sega Composer(s) Hideaki Kobayashi Fumie KumataniKenichi TokoiSeirou OkamotoTaihei Sato Series Phantasy Star Platform(s) Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 2, Xbox 360 Release PlayStation 2, Windows JP: August 31, 2006 NA: October 24, 2006 EU: November 24, 2006 AU: November 30, 2006 Xbox 360 NA: October

Phantom Brave

Phantom Brave Developer(s) Nippon Ichi Software, System Prisma (Wii port) Publisher(s) Director(s) Yoshitsuna KobayashiShinichi IkedaTakeshi Hasegawa Producer(s) Haru AkenagaSōhei Niikawa Designer(s) Yoshitsuna Kobayashi Programmer(s) Yoshitsuna Kobayashi Artist(s) Takehito Harada (character) Writer(s) Sōhei Niikawa Composer(s) Tenpei Sato Platform(s) PlayStation 2 Wii PlayStation Portable Microsoft Windows Release PlayStation 2 JP: January 22,

Radiata Stories

(ラジアータ ストーリーズ, Radiata Stories Rajiaata Sutooriizu) is an action role-playing video game. It was developed by tri-Ace and published by Square Enix for the PlayStation 2. It was released on January 27, 2005, in Japan and September 6, 2005, in North America. The game was well received in Japan but received a more mixed reception in North America.

Red Dead Revolver

Red Dead Revolver is a 2004 Western action-adventure game developed by Rockstar San Diego and published by Rockstar Games. The first entry in the series, it was released for PlayStation 2 and Xbox in May 2004.

Romance of the Three Kingdoms VII

Romance of the Three Kingdoms VII (三國志VII) is the 7th installment in Koei’s famous Romance of the Three Kingdoms series. Power up kit includes following features: Short play mode. New tactical simulation mode. This mode consists of battles and event surrounding the 3 kingdoms of Wei, Wu, Shu. Added events.

Romance of the Three Kingdoms VIII

Romance of the Three Kingdoms VIII (三國志VIII) is the eighth installment in Koei’s Romance of the Three Kingdoms series. Power up kit includes following features: Marriage between generals, which can create offspring for married parties. New tactical scenario campaign mode. This mode consists of battles and event surrounding Cao Cao, Lu Xun, or Zhuge Liang.

Romance of the Three Kingdoms IX

Romance of the Three Kingdoms IX , also known as Sangokushi IX (三國志IX) in Japan, is the ninth installment in the Romance of the Three Kingdoms (Sangokushi) strategy game series by Koei. The game chronicles the events of 2nd and 3rd century China based on the writings of the historical novel Romance of the Three Kingdoms .

Romance of the Three Kingdoms X

Romance of the Three Kingdoms X , also known as Sangokushi X (三國志X) in Japan, is the 10th installment in the Romance of the Three Kingdoms (Sangokushi) strategy game series by Koei. It was originally released in the summer of 2004 and the PUK expansion was released several months afterwards.

Romance of the Three Kingdoms XI

Romance of the Three Kingdoms XI , also known as Sangokushi 11 (三國志11), is the 11th installment in the Romance of the Three Kingdoms (Sangokushi) grand strategy game series by Koei. The game was released for the PC on March 17, 2006 in Japan. A Traditional Chinese version was released on July 27 in Taiwan.

Romancing SaGa

Romancing SaGa is a 1992 role-playing video game developed and published by Square for the Super Famicom. It is the fourth entry in the series. It was subsequently released for the WonderSwan Color in 2001 and mobile phones in 2009.

Sakura Wars: So Long, My Love

Sakura Wars V: So Long, My Love is a cross-genre video game developed by Sega and Red Entertainment for the PlayStation 2, with a later port for the Wii developed by Idea Factory. Published by Sega in Japan, it was released in other regions by NIS America and became the first Sakura Wars game to be localized in English.

Shadow Hearts

Shadow Hearts is a series of role-playing video games for the PlayStation 2. The Shadow Hearts series was developed by Sacnoth (renamed Nautilus for the later games in the series) and released by Aruze in Japan and Midway in North America and Europe.

Shadow Hearts: Covenant

Shadow Hearts: Covenant is a role-playing video game developed by Nautilus ( Sacnoth) for the PlayStation 2, and is the second entry in the Shadow Hearts series. Published in Japan by Aruze in 2004, the game was released internationally by Midway Games in 2004 (North America) and 2005 (Europe).

Shadow Hearts: From the New World

Shadow Hearts: From the New World is a role-playing video game developed by Nautilus ( Sacnoth) for the PlayStation 2. It was published in Japan by Aruze in 2005, in North America by Xseed Games in 2006, and in Europe by Ghostlight in 2007.

Shadow of Memories

Shadow of Memories Developer(s) Konami Computer Entertainment Tokyo Runecraft (PC port) Publisher(s) Konami Producer(s) Junko Kawano Artist(s) Minako AsanoJunko KawanoYohei KiyoharaKazuhide Nakazawa Writer(s) Junko Kawano Composer(s) Norikazu MiuraHana HashikawaSayaka Yamaoka Platform(s) PlayStation 2, Xbox, Microsoft Windows, PlayStation Portable Release PlayStation 2 JP: February 22, 2001 NA: March 6, 2001 EU:

Devil Summoner 2: Raidou Kuzunoha vs. King Abaddon

Devil Summoner 2: Raidou Kuzunoha vs. King Abaddon is an action role-playing game developed and published by Atlus for the PlayStation 2. The game is the fourth in the Devil Summoner series, which is a part of the larger Megami Tensei franchise, and serves as the direct sequel to Devil Summoner: Raidou Kuzunoha vs.

Devil Summoner: Raidou Kuzunoha vs. the Soulless Army

Devil Summoner: Raidou Kuzunoha vs. the Soulless Army is an action role-playing game developed by Atlus for the PlayStation 2. The game is the third in the Devil Summoner series, which is a part of the larger Megami Tensei franchise. It was published by Atlus in Japan and North America in 2006, and in Europe the following year.

Shin Megami Tensei: Digital Devil Saga

Shin Megami Tensei: Digital Devil Saga is a duology of role-playing video games developed by Atlus for the PlayStation 2. They are a spin-off of the Megami Tensei series. The first Digital Devil Saga was released in Japan in 2004, North America in 2005, and Europe in 2006.

Shin Megami Tensei: Digital Devil Saga

Shin Megami Tensei: Digital Devil Saga is a duology of role-playing video games developed by Atlus for the PlayStation 2. They are a spin-off of the Megami Tensei series. The first Digital Devil Saga was released in Japan in 2004, North America in 2005, and Europe in 2006.

Shin Megami Tensei III: Nocturne

Shin Megami Tensei III: Nocturne is a post-apocalyptic role-playing video game for the PlayStation 2. It was developed by Atlus, published by Atlus in Japan and North America, and by Ghostlight in Europe. It is the third entry in the Shin Megami Tensei series, the central series in the Megami Tensei franchise.

Shining Force EXA

(シャイニング・フォース イクサ, Shining Force EXA Shainingu Fōsu Ikusa) is an action role-playing game developed by Neverland and published by Sega for the PlayStation 2 and mobile phones as a part of the series. It tells the story of a world divided by a war between humans and demons.

Shining Force Neo

(シャイニング・フォース ネオ, Shining Force Neo Shainingu Fōsu Neo) is an action role-playing game co-developed by Neverland and published by Sega in 2005 for the Sony PlayStation 2 as a part of the Shining series. It is not a turn-based strategy game as the other games of the Shining Force sub-series are.

Shining Tears

(シャイニング・ティアーズ, Shining Tears Shainingu Tiāzu) is an action role-playing game co-developed by Nextech and Amusement Vision and published by Sega in 2004 for the PlayStation 2 as a part of the Shining Force video game series. It tells the story of a mysterious boy named Xion.

Star Ocean: Till the End of Time

Star Ocean: Till the End of Time is an action role-playing game, the third main game in the series. The game was developed by tri-Ace and published by Square Enix for the PlayStation 2 console. It was released in Japan, North America, and the PAL territories.

Steambot Chronicles

Steambot Chronicles , known in Japan as Ponkotsu Roman Daikatsugeki: Bumpy Trot (ポンコツ浪漫大活劇バンピートロット) is a 2005 action role-playing game developed and published by Irem Software Engineering in Japan for the PlayStation 2. It was later published by Atlus in North America and 505 Games in PAL regions.

Stella Deus: The Gate of Eternity

Stella Deus , released in the west as Stella Deus: The Gate of Eternity , is a tactical role-playing game co-developed by Atlus and Pinegrow for the PlayStation 2. It was published in Japan and North America by Atlus, and in Europe by 505 Games.

Suikoden III

(Suikoden III Japanese: 幻想水滸伝III, (listen) is a Hepburn: Gensō Suikoden Surī) role-playing video game developed by Konami Computer Entertainment Tokyo and published by Konami exclusively for the PlayStation 2 video game console, and the third installment in the Suikoden video game series.

Suikoden IV

(Suikoden IV Japanese: 幻想水滸伝IV, Hepburn: Gensō Suikoden Fō, (listen) ) is a role-playing video game developed by Konami Computer Entertainment Tokyo and published by Konami for the exclusively for the PlayStation 2 video game console and is the fourth installment of the Suikoden video game series.

Suikoden V

(Suikoden V Japanese: 幻想水滸伝V, Hepburn: Gensō Suikoden Faibu, (listen) ) is a role-playing video game developed by Konami and Hudson Soft and published by Konami for the Sony PlayStation 2 video game console and the fifth and final main installment of the Suikoden video game series.

Suikoden Tactics

Suikoden Tactics , originally released in Japan as Rhapsodia , is a tactical role-playing video game developed and published by Konami for the PlayStation 2 console as part of their series. Initially released in Japan and North America in late 2005, the game was later made available in Europe and the PAL region in early 2006.

Tales of the Abyss

(テイルズ オブ ジ アビス, (生まれた意味を知るRPG, Tales of the Abyss Teiruzu Obu Ji Abisu) is a role-playing video game developed by Namco Tales Studio as the eighth main title in their series. Originally released for the PlayStation 2, the game was published by Namco in Japan in December 2005, and Bandai Namco Games in North America in October 2006.

Tales of Legendia

( (絆が伝説を紡ぎだすRPG, Tales of Legendia Japanese: テイルズ オブ レジェンディア, Hepburn: Teiruzu Obu Rejendia), is a role-playing video game that was developed and published by Namco for the PlayStation 2 as the seventh main title in their series. Originally released in Japan in August 2005, it was later made available in English in North America in February 2006.

Tsugunai: Atonement

Tsugunai: Atonement , known in Japan as simply Tsugunai , is a role-playing video game developed by Cattle Call for the PlayStation 2 game console. The game was published by Sony Computer Entertainment in Japan in February 2001 and was published by Atlus USA in North America in November 2001.

Unlimited Saga

Unlimited Saga is a 2002 role-playing video game developed and published by Square (rebranded as Square Enix in 2003) for the PlayStation 2 as the ninth game in the series. It was released in 2002 in Japan and 2003 in North America and Europe; its European version was published by Atari.

Wild Arms 3

(ワイルドアームズ アドヴァンスドサード, Wild Arms 3 , known in Japan as Wild Arms Advanced 3rd Wairudo Āmuzu Adovansudo Saado), is a role-playing video game developed by Media.Vision for the PlayStation 2. It is a sequel to and . Sony Computer Entertainment released it in Japan and North America in 2002 and Ubisoft published it in Europe in 2003.

Wild Arms 4

(ワイルドアームズ ザ フォースデトネイター, Wild Arms 4 , known in Japan as Wild Arms the 4th Detonator Wairudo Āmuzu Za Fōsu Detoneitā), is a role-playing video game developed by Media.Vision and the fourth installment in the video game series.

Wild Arms 5

(ワイルドアームズ ザ フィフスヴァンガード, Wild Arms 5 , released in Japan as Wild Arms: The Fifth Vanguard Wairudo Āmuzu Za Fifusu Vangādo), is the fifth video game in the series of Japanese role-playing games. The game celebrates the series’ 10th anniversary by featuring cameo appearances of characters from the previous games.

Wild Arms (video game)

Wild Arms is a role-playing video game developed by Japanese company Media.Vision. Originally released in Japan in 1996 for the PlayStation, it was later translated and released in North America in 1997 and Europe in 1998 by Sony Computer Entertainment.

Xenosaga Episode I

Xenosaga Episode I: Der Wille zur Macht is a role-playing video game developed by Monolith Soft and published by Namco for the PlayStation 2; the game was released in 2002 in Japan and 2003 in North America. It is the first entry in the trilogy, and forms part of the wider metaseries.

Xenosaga Episode II

Xenosaga Episode II: Jenseits von Gut und Böse is a role-playing video game developed by Monolith Soft for the PlayStation 2. It was published in Japan (2004) and North America (2005) by Namco, and in Europe by Sony Computer Entertainment Europe (2005). It is the second entry in the trilogy, and forms part of the wider metaseries.

Xenosaga Episode III

Xenosaga Episode III: Also Sprach Zarathustra is a role-playing video game developed by Monolith Soft and published by Namco Bandai Games for the PlayStation 2 in 2006. It is the final entry in both the trilogy and the larger Xenosaga series, which forms part of the franchise.

Yakuza (video game)

Yakuza is an action-adventure video game developed and published by Sega for the PlayStation 2. It was released in 2005 in Japan and in September 2006 elsewhere. The story follows Kazuma Kiryu, a yakuza member who spent ten years in jail for a crime he did not commit.

Yakuza 2

Yakuza 2 is an action-adventure game by Sega, the sequel to . It was released on December 7, 2006, for the PlayStation 2 in Japan and in September 2008 in North America and Europe.

Ys VI: The Ark of Napishtim

Ys VI: The Ark of Napishtim Developer(s) Nihon Falcom [1] Publisher(s) Nihon Falcom Konami (PS2 & PSP) [1] Taito (MOBI) Xseed Games (Win) Composer(s) Hayato Sonoda Wataru Ishibashi Series Ys Platform(s) Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 2, Mobile, PlayStation Portable Release Microsoft Windows JP: September 27, 2003 WW: April 28, 2015[2] PlayStation

PLUS ALL OF THE PSONE GAMES!!! Playstation 1 had some of my favorite games of all time and I loved being able to play them still on my PS2. I have listed the PS1 games further down in the list, but just as an example from the top of my head some great PSOne games for girls included Suikoden 1 and 2, final fantasy 7, 8, and 9, Jade Cocoon 1, Saga games, Mana games, Wild Arms 1 and 2, Star Ocean Games, Lunar 1 and 2, Arc the lad collection, Xenogears, Alundra, Tales Of games, Chrono Cross, Persona 1 and 2, and even though they’re not story games, Top Shop and Robopit are really fun kinda quirky obscure games that I enjoyed. But we’ll get to the full PSOne list a little later. Just keep in mind, the PS2 can play every PSOne game without exception. This makes it the largest library of games for girls when combining PS1 and PS2 Games for Girls. Visual novels and Otome games were still seriously under represented in North America which is why I think the Nintendo Switch or PC or Mobile are doing a much better job delivering games for girls on their platforms. PS4 is also seeing many of these visual novels and otome games but the PS4 (and PS3) lose the backwards compatibility features that made the Playstation 2 so great.

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