This Day In Gaming History – April 18th

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1994
  • Super Metroid is released by Nintendo R&D1, Intelligent Systems, & Nintnedo for the Super Nintendo in North America.

2002

  • A price cut is announced for the Xbox by Microsoft in the United Kingdom. It would be reduced down from £299.99 to £199.99 (a drop of £100.00) on April 26th.

2005

  • Unreal Championship 2: The Liandri Conflict is released by Epic Games & Midway Games for the Xbox.

2006

  • Dreamfall: The Longest Journey is released by Funcom & Aspyr for the Xbox in North America.
  • Final Fantasy XI is released by Square Enix & Square Enix Product Development Division 3 for the Xbox 360 in North America.
  • Final Fantasy XI: Treasures of Aht Urhgan is released by Square Enix for the PC & PlayStation 2 in the U.S.

2008

  • Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six: Vegas 2 is released by Ubisoft & Ubisoft Montreal for PC in Europe.
  • Legacy of Ys: Books I & II is released by Nihon Falcom & Dreams for the DS in Japan.

2012

  • The House of the Dead 4 is released by Wow Entertainment & Sega for PlayStation 3 via PSN in Europe.
  • Trials Evolution is released by RedLynx, Ubisoft Shanghai, & Microsoft Studios for Xbox 360.

2013

  • Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm 3 is released by CyberConnect2 & Namco Bandai Games for PC, PlayStation 3, & Xbox 360 in Japan.
  • Papo & Yo is released by Minority on PC via Steam Worldwide.

Source: Chronology of Video Game Systems & Wikipedia

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