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Lunar Genesis (DS)

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Manufacturer: Atari / Genre: Action & Adventure / Release Date: 2006

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      22.07.2009 01:00
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      Really good game but should have been so much more

      a pleasant little RPG game where you play through the several levels training yourself up and then beating the final bad guy to save the world and then beating the final boss.

      This game is set 1000 years before the original game Lunar: Silver star so is a good way of getting into the series if that is you're plan

      You play through the game as Gian and you're sidekick Lucia who is the herione of the game and between them, they have an almost sibling like relationship. You play through the game by taking on jobs too, completing these jobs is usually a case of collecting items or killing a number of monsters and then getting paid for it once the job is completed.

      The game boasted a long game play and pleanty to do however I finished this game in just two days and I feel that this was a huge let down, because I thoroughly enjoyed the game. This in my opinion is its only let down and if you are wanting a huge story line, then look to a Final Fantasy game instead

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    Set in an expansive fantasy universe and beautifully presented in a rich, vibrant visual style, the world of Lunar has seen a number of versions across several formats, spanning 14 years and three generations of hardware. Set a thousand years before previous storylines, Lunar Genesis tells the tale of a band of young adventurers performing courier jobs who stumble into a battle between the forces of good and evil. This battle threatens to consume the entire land and sets the stage for over 70 hours of handheld RPG adventuring.