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Lunar Legend

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Expert Review

29 April 2004
  • Excerpt: That was the question that legions of gamers asked after Game Arts announced Media Rings would be developing LUNAR Legend, a new version of the classic role-playing game, LUNAR: (The) Silver Star (Story (Complete)), for the Game Boy Advance. After being released on the Sega CD back in 1993, the first title in the esteemed RPG series has spawned remakes on the Sega Saturn (twice, Japan only), Sony's Playstation, and the PC (also, Japan only), as well as tons of hardcore...
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Overall 6
Gameplay 6
Graphics 6
Sound 4
Storyline 8
Replay value 6

Lunar Legend

12 January 2004
  • Excerpt: Now matter how many ways you hear the Silver Star story of Alex, Luna, and Ghaleon, it never gets old.
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Lunar Legend – Review

11 December 2003
  • Excerpt: As has been noted time and again in reviews on both this site and by the gaming public at large, the role-playing game (RPG) is a genre that lives and dies by its archetypes. Traditional to a fault, the RPG is a genre where change comes in minute increments instead of large chunks—primarily because the core fanbase of these games prefers it that way.
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Overall 8

Lunar Legend

Just RPG
6 December 2003
  • Excerpt: Lunar Legend is the fourth incarnation of the Sega CD classic Lunar: Silver Star . Having never had a chance at the previous three, I knew Legend was a must have when I happened upon it. I have not been disappointed. The game is sufficient graphically, though not wowing, which is common for a handheld release. The sprites are most comparable to those in Chrono Trigger in terms of articulation, although Lunar uses shorter, more cheerful characters.
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Overall 8

Lunar Legend

Game Over Online
4 February 2003
  • Excerpt: When I flip over my Game Boy Advance review stack, I have to admit I try to look for the more entertaining titles because more often than not, titles on this platform are a rehash of something old or something outdated. There's very little in the way of original content. So when confronted with a slate of console RPG titles, I like to take a quick cursory look at the screenshots and I can tell you off the bat that Lunar Legend was the prettiest of the bunch.
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