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 Written by John Scalzo  on January 25, 2006

News: Plenty of Metal Gear, no PS3 or Revolution confirmations

Konami announced their slate of games for 2006 and it's extremely portable-focused. Rumble Roses XX is the only next-gen game the company has planned for 2006 and most of what's left for the consoles looks to be on the niche side.

Handheld owners however will get treated to a plethora of releases including the PSP's first "multimedia" game, Silent Hill Experience.

But here's the full list:

Release date: Spring 2006
Genre: Music
Platform: PlayStation 2 computer entertainment system
beatmania is a revolutionary new interactive DJ simulation game for the PlayStation 2, which combines high-energy pulsating music with cutting-edge videos. Utilizing a specially designed DJ controller and featuring more than 50 tracks, beatmania lets gamers feel the vibe, drop the beats and create the pulsing energy of a club in their own homes.

CMT Presents: Karaoke Revolution Country
Release date: Spring 2006
Genre: Music
Platform: PlayStation 2
Saddle up with the hottest new addition to the Karaoke Revolution series. Karaoke Revolution Country marks the first branch out to a dedicated genre for the popular franchise. Officially licensed by CMT (Country Music Television), America's most popular country music network, Karaoke Revolution Country features 35 all-new chart topping songs made popular by the hottest names in country music!

Gradius Collection
Release date: Spring 2006
Genre: Shooting
Platform: PSP system
Gradius Collection is a compilation of five beloved Gradius titles in one exciting game. Spanning more than 20 years of exciting releases, the titles include Gradius, Gradius II, Gradius III, Gradius IV, and the never-before-released in the United States, Gradius Gaiden.

Konami All-In Poker
Release date: Spring 2006
Genre: Card Game
Platform: Xbox video game and entertainment system from Microsoft
Shuffle up and deal in the most exciting card game on the planet. This no-nonsense poker game lets new players learn the ropes and allows experienced poker players to get right into the action. Players choose from one of five classic games including Texas Hold ?em, Omaha and 7 Card Stud. In-game tutorials teach players the basic strategies, and Xbox Live online game service component lets players compete online for exciting multiplayer action.

Konami's Chess Battle (working title)
Release date: Fall 2006
Genre: Strategy
Platform: PSP system
Konami's Chess Battle combines intense 3D graphics and storytelling with a variety of single and multiplayer game modes for the ultimate chess experience. Set in a time prior to the age of man, players determine the fate of the world in a great battle. Players can choose to battle as one of five fully interactive 3D chess sets, including magicians, an aquatic civilization, cybernetic beings, forest-dwelling spirits and servants of chaos ? or have the option to play using a classic 3D or 2D chess set.

Metal Gear Acid 2
Release date: March 2006
Genre: Strategy
Platform: PSP system
Following the deep tactical strategy from the previous Metal Gear Acid game, Metal Gear Acid 2 features an improved card-based strategic gameplay system with card weapon upgrades and over 500 cards to use. The title delivers enhanced tactical gameplay and new visual effects, including an innovative 3-D mode packed with exciting gameplay and trailers that are viewed with special 3-D glasses. As the role of top-secret agent, Solid Snake, players will make calculated decisions to plan out their infiltration strategy and accomplish the mission in a turn-based game.

Metal Gear Solid 3: Subsistence
Release date: March 2006
Genre: Action
Platform: PlayStation 2
Metal Gear Solid 3: Subsistence is the newest game in the highly-acclaimed Metal Gear Solid series, created by the world-renowned Hideo Kojima. It features the complete smash-hit action game Metal Gear Solid3: Snake Eater, as well as all-new game modes such as robust online multiplayer gameplay, different camera perspectives, new duel mode, a demo theater mode, additional Snake vs. Monkey stages and the original Metal Gear and Metal Gear 2: Solid Snake games that were previously released only in Japan.

Rumble Roses XX
Release date: Spring 2006
Genre: Sports/Wrestling
Platform: Xbox 360 video game and entertainment system from Microsoft
The follow-up to last year's smash hit all-female wrestling video game and the first wrestling game for Xbox 360, Rumble Roses XX will feature a full lineup of incredible looking wrestlers along with all-new moves, gameplay modes, tag team action and online play. Set to be the ?best-looking? game for the new console, Rumble Roses XX features more than 20 playable characters, including all the popular ladies from the original Rumble Roses such as Reiko and Dixie. Each wrestler will also have a variety of costume changes, new moves, different crowd reactions and attitudes depending on their persona.

Silent Hill Experience (working title)
Release date: Spring 2006
Genre: Multimedia
Platform: PSP system
Unique among all PSP system products available on the market, The Silent Hill Experience combines a variety of media ? comics, music and movies ? to deliver a complete behind-the-scenes look at the popular Silent Hill franchise. Using an intuitive 3D interface, Silent Hill fans will be able to view all-new digital interactive comics, listen to music from the long-running series of Silent Hill video games, and watch exclusive video content, including an interview with the director of the highly-anticipated Silent Hill motion picture.

Steel Horizon (working title)
Release date: Fall 2006
Genre: Strategy
Platform: PSP system, Nintendo DS
Steel Horizon combines turn-based strategy with intense action to deliver an exciting game play experience to players of all ages. Players will be able to build and command a powerful WW2 naval fleet, comprised of battleships, submarines and aircraft carriers. By combining the best of turn-based strategy and real-time action, players will strategically position their fleets and engage in real-time 3D combat.

Street Supremacy
Release date: Spring 2006
Genre: Racing
Platform: PSP system
Experience the super-charged world of street racing as a member of a team out for supremacy. Face off against rivals as you race through Tokyo's traffic-filled streets. Stay in front of your opponents, dominate the competition and rule the highway! Featuring unique RPG-style racing gameplay, single and multiplayer modes and numerous licensed vehicles, Street Supremacy is must-have for the PSP system.

Suikoden V
Release date: Spring 2006
Genre: Role-playing
Platform: PlayStation 2
Continuing the series' legacy, this newest installment will take fans on an all-new epic adventure through never-before-seen continents located within the immense and exciting Suikoden universe. Suikoden V, like its predecessors, offers unparalleled in-depth gameplay, 3-D environments, a riveting storyline as well as the series' trademark 108 Stars of Destiny. The game features significant enhancements from all the previous installments in the series, including 6-member battle parties, multiple mini-games, the homebase system, and many other new features which create a unique gameplay experience like no other.

Tao's Adventure: Curse of the Demon Seal (working title)
Release date: Spring 2006
Genre: Role-playing
Platform: Nintendo DS
In this exciting, action-packed RPG, players take on the role of Tao, a young magic student living on Bente Island, who must travel on an incredible journey to save his family and fellow village people from an evil monster curse that has turned everyone into stone. During this mystical quest, players will embark on an epic voyage packed with many traps and tricks, multitudes of monsters, 40 floors of thrilling battle adventure at the Monster Tower, and an endearing storyline which RPG fans will love.

World Soccer Winning Eleven 9
Release date: Early 2006
Genre: Sports/Soccer
Platform: PlayStation 2, Xbox, PSP system, PC CD-ROM
Winning Eleven 9 shoots and scores with the best soccer experience in the industry. This new edition combines the attention to detail that has been the series' hallmark along with new formations, Master League enhancements and ? for the first time ever ? online play. Winning Eleven 9 features real players, a large variety of licensed teams, photo-realistic graphics, and a huge variety of stadiums, helping players re-create the same excitement that surrounds the world's most popular sport.

Ys: The Ark of Napishtim
Release date: Spring 2006
Genre: Role-playing
Platform: PSP system
The Ys series is one of the most beloved RPG franchises of all time. Now on the PSP system, gamers-on-the-go can experience the beautifully rendered environments, distinct storytelling, exciting plot twists and unique characters that set Ys apart from other action RPGs. Additionally, players can unlock new mini-games and databases revealing the secrets of Ys, as well as listen to the game's complete soundtrack as well as view movies and trailers in the Ys Media Player.

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