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Fullmetal Alchemist and the Broken Angel

An Action RPG game by Square Enix in the Fullmetal Alchemist series

Based on the manga and anime series that was originally sponsored by Square Enix, Fullmetal Alchemist tells of two chemist brothers out to find an artifact known as the Philosopher's Stone.

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Square Enix has announced that action RPG Fullmetal Alchemist and the Broken Angel will finally see a North American release on January 18, 2005 for a sultry $39.99 USD. The title, which had previously been released in Japan on Christmas Day of 2003, follows the anim? adventures of alchemist Edward Elric and his brother Alphonse, or Al for short. On the occasion of the prospective release, the game's official website has also been launched, featuring story and gameplay information in addition to a few wallpapers.1

  1. SquareNet

Bandai to publish Full Metal Alchemist: Dream Carnival

Alongside the announcement of the new PS2 action RPG Full Metal Alchemist: Demon of the Red Elixir (FMA2), Square Enix, sponsor and producer of the original manga and anime, also brought into the limelight the fact that Bandai, responsible for such important franchises as Gundam and Dragonball and in the news this week regarding its relationship with Nintendo, will be publishing Fullmetal Alchemist: Dream Carnival. The title is to be a 3d tag team beat'em up (???), but its target platform is unclear, as is the developer behind it.1

  1. Eurogamer

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