Games | PlayStation 2: Far and away the best-selling home system of all time, though to be fair, probably two thirds of the units moved were to replace those with worn-out disc drives.
Breath of Fire: Dragon Quarter: The Breath of Fire series burns out rather than fading away. Because, y'know, fire.
Final Fantasy X-2: Where Final Fantasy went completely insane.
Final Fantasy XI: Where Final Fantasy went multiplayer.
Final Fantasy XII: Where Final Fantasy went awesomest.
Ico: Tackling the age-old question: Can a game be hammered into the ground during arguments whether video games can be art?
Klonoa 2: Lunatea's Veil: The sequel and still pretty OK.
Shadow of the Colossus: Team ICO brings us a bunch of enormous bosses and a big beautiful world to explore.
Suikoden III: Konami's Suikoden series steps into 3D and tries some other new things as well.
Suikoden IV: Konami's Suikoden series refines its 3D presentation, but otherwise stops trying.
Wild Arms 4: What would the Japanese video game equivalent of a spaghetti western be? A yakisoba western? Maybe it's best not to think about it.
Xenosaga Episode I: Der Wille zur Macht: Will humanity succumb at long last to the LOLocaust of the Xeno franchise? No. This series died with Episode III, and thank god for that.