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Suikoden

A Role-playing game game for PlayStation, Sega Saturn, and PSP by Konami in the Suikoden series

Suikoden box art

Suikoden is a role-playing game published by Konami as the first installment of the Suikoden series. Developed by Konami Computer Entertainment Tokyo, it was released initially in 1995 for the PlayStation in Japan. A North American release followed one year later, and a European release came the following March. The game was also released for the Sega Saturn in 1998 only in Japan, and for Microsoft Windows in 1998 in Japan. On December 22, 2008, Suikoden was made available on the PlayStation Store for use on the PlayStation 3 and PlayStation Portable consoles.

The game centers around the political struggles of the Scarlet Moon Empire. The player controls the son of a Scarlet Moon Empire general who is destined to seek out 108 warriors (referred to as the 108 Stars of Destiny) in order to revolt against the corrupt sovereign state and bring peace to a war-torn land. The game is loosely based on the Chinese novel Shui Hu Zhuan, and features a vast array of characters both controllable and not, with over ninety characters usable in combat and many more able to help or hinder the hero in a variety of ways.

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Title
Genso Suikoden
Platform
PlayStation
Release date
15 Dec 1995
Genso Suikoden box art for PlayStation
Title
Suikoden
Platform
PlayStation
Release date
Dec 1996
Suikoden box art for PlayStation
Title
Suikoden
Platform
PlayStation
Release date
1997
Suikoden box art for PlayStation
Title
Genso Suikoden
Platform
Sega Saturn
Release date
17 1998
Genso Suikoden box art for Sega Saturn
Title
Suikoden I + II
Platform
PSP
Release date
23 2006
Suikoden I + II box art for PSP
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