List of Video Game Console Launch Games

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 released as early as November 13, 2006.

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