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This is an incomplete list of launch games for various video game consoles. Although most launch titles were released synchronously with the system they were released for, some games were released prior to the actual system release, for example, Dragon Quest Monsters was released on the Game Boy Color on September 25, 1998, however the Game Boy Color itself was not released until October 1998, and although the Wii officially launched on November 19, 2006, games were release as early as November 13, 2006.

Home game consoles

Second generation

Atari 2600

U.S. launch: October 1977

ColecoVision

U.S. launch: August 1982

Atari 5200

U.S. launch: November 1982

Third generation

Famicom/Nintendo Entertainment System

Japanese launch: July 15, 1983

U.S. launch: October 18, 1985

Famicom Disk System

Japanese launch: February 21, 1986

Sega Mark III/Sega Master System

[1] Japanese launch: October 20, 1985

U.S. launch: June 1986

U.K. launch: late 1986

Fourth generation

NEC TurboGrafx CD

Japanese launch: December 4, 1988

U.S. launch: 1989

Sega Mega Drive/Genesis

Japanese launch: October 29, 1988

U.S. launch: August 14, 1989

Sega CD

U.S. launch: October 15, 1992

Japanese launch: December 1, 1991

Sega 32X

U.S. launch: November 1994

Super Famicom/Super NES

Japanese launch: November 21, 1990

U.S. launch: August 23, 1991

European launch

  • Super Soccer
  • Super Tennis
  • Super R-Type
  • F-Zero

Fifth generation

Sega Saturn

Japanese launch: November 22, 1994

U.S. launch: May 1995

PlayStation

Japan launch: December 3, 1994

U.S. launch: September 9, 1995

European launch: September 29, 1995

Nintendo 64

Japanese launch: June 23, 1996

U.S. launch: September 29, 1996

  • Pilotwings 64
  • Super Mario 64

European launch: March 1, 1997

Atari Jaguar

U.S. launch: November 1993

CD-i

International release: December 3, 1991

Sixth generation

Sega Dreamcast

[2] [3] Japanese launch: November 27, 1998

U.S. launch: September 9, 1999

Playstation 2

U.S. launch: October 26, 2000

Nintendo GameCube

Japanese launch: September 14, 2001

U.S. launch: November 18, 2001

European launch: May 3, 2002

Microsoft Xbox

U.S. launch: November 15, 2001

European launch: March 14, 2002

Seventh generation

Xbox 360

U.S. launch: November 22, 2005

European launch: December 2, 2005

Japanese launch: December 10, 2005

Xbox Live Arcade

PlayStation 3

Japanese launch: November 11, 2006

U.S. launch: November 17, 2006

European and Australian launch: March 23, 2007

PlayStation Network

U.S. launch: November 17, 2006

European and Australian launch: March 23, 2007

Wii

U.S. launch: November 19, 2006

Japanese launch: December 2, 2006

European launch: December 8, 2006

Wii Virtual Console

U.S. launch: November 19, 2006

European launch: December 8, 2006

Handheld game consoles

Atari Lynx

U.S. launch: October 1989

Game Boy

Japanese launch: April 21, 1989

U.S. launch: August 1989

Sega Game Gear

Japanese launch: October 6, 1990

U.S. launch: April 26, 1991

Virtual Boy

U.S. launch: August 14, 1995

Game Boy Color

Japanese launch: October 21, 1998

U.S. launch: November 1998

Neo Geo Pocket Color

Japanese launch: March 16, 1999

UK launch: 1999

Game Boy Advance

U.S. launch: June 11, 2001

N-Gage

U.S. launch: October 7, 2003

Nintendo DS

U.S. launch: November 21, 2004

Japanese launch: December 2, 2004

European launch: March 11, 2005

PlayStation Portable

Japanese launch: December 12, 2004

U.S./Canada launch: March 24, 2005

European launch: September 1, 2005

See also

References

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