This day in Videogame History – June 26

This day in Videogame History – June 26
  • 1983 – Fisher-Price Toys announces it has cancelled plans to expand into video games.
  • 2000 – Nintendo releases the Kirby 64 – The Crystal Shards video game for the Nintendo 64 in the US.
  • 2003 – Nintendo releases the Wario World video game for the GameCube in the US. Price is US$49.99.
  • 2007 – Nintendo releases the Pokémon Battle Revolution video game for the Nintendo Wii in the USA.
  • 2007 – Eidos Interactive releases the Tomb Raider: Anniversary video game for the PlayStation Portable in the US.
  • 2007 – Square Enix releases the Final Fantasy: Anniversary Edition video game for the PlayStation Portable in the US.

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