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Ys I & II (イースI・II Īsu Wan Tsū?) is a Japanese action role-playing video game compilation consisting of enhanced remakes of the first two Ys games, released for the PC Engine CD-ROM² System by Nihon Falcom and Hudson Soft in 1989. It was released as Ys Book I & II for the TurboGrafx-CD in North America in 1990, and was a pack-in title for the TurboDuo in 1992.

Ys I & II Chronicles was released on PSP on July 16, 2009.[17] It is also based on Ys I & II Complete. XSEED Games localized and published the game in North America, where it was released on February 22, 2011. It was also released in Europe (only on PlayStation Network) on February 23, 2011. When starting a new game, the player can choose between two different game modes, which will display character portraits from the 2001 Windows release, or entirely new portraits created for this release. The soundtrack can be changed at any time during the game, between that of the PC88 release, the 2001 Windows release, or an entirely re-arranged instrumental soundtrack created for the PSP edition.

Language: English
Console: PSP, Emulator PPSSPP

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Ys I & II
Developer(s) Nihon Falcom
Alfa System (PCE/TGCD)
Team Digi (PS2)
Dreams (DS)
Publisher(s) Nihon Falcom
Hudson Soft
Xseed Games (PC – International)
Atlus (DS – International)
Designer(s) Masaya Hashimoto (director, designer)[1]
Tomoyoshi Miyazaki (scenario writer)[1]
Programmer(s) Masaya Hashimoto (original)[1]
Hiromasa Iwasaki (remake)[2]
Composer(s) Yuzo Koshiro (original)
Mieko Ishikawa (original)
Ryo Yonemitsu (arranger)
Series Ys
Platform(s) PC Engine CD-ROM², PC, PlayStation 2, Virtual Console, Nintendo DS, PlayStation Portable, PlayStation Network
Release PC Engine/TurboGrafx-16

  • JP: December 21, 1989
  • NA: 1990[3]

Microsoft Windows

  • JP: June 28, 2001


  • JP: December 24, 2009


  • WW: February 14, 2013

Wii Virtual Console

  • JP: October 16, 2007
  • NA: August 25, 2008
  • EU: September 5, 2008

Nintendo DS

  • JP: April 18, 2008
  • NA: February 24, 2009

PlayStation Portable

  • JP: July 16, 2009
  • NA: February 22, 2011
  • EU: February 23, 2011[4]

PlayStation Network

  • JP: November 17, 2010[5]
Genre(s) Action role-playing game
Mode(s) Single player

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