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Baten Kaitos: Eternal Wings and the Lost Ocean (Gamecube) Review
19 May 2005
Excerpt: Well, its finally here. After a good few years of development Namcos gun RPG has finally been released. When compared with other consoles the cube hasnt exactly been showered with a large quantity of RPGs with the most notable ones being Paper Mario, and Tales of Symphonia, both of which were of high quality creating a hard act for Baten Kaitos follow. The game promises much, including an innovative battle system and over 60 hours of gameplay.
Baten Kaitos: Eternal Wings and the Lost Ocean GameCube Review
25 October 2005
Conclusion: Never before have I played through a game with such an invigorating storyline and memorable moments. Although some of the writing and voice work is questionable, neither take away from the impact the game delivers. Despite the battle system being quite complex with many rules, it is surprisingly incredibly easy to pick up. A game that bleeds originality like Baten Kaitos should be given a chance by RPG fans no matter what their taste.
Conclusion: Kalas vai cruzar-se com Xelha, uma jovem aventureira e vão acabar se envolvendo numa trama que revolve à volta de forças poderosas, desde o Império, que domina todo o mundo de Baten Kaitos, a deuses, há muito adormecidos. A partir daqui vão embarcar numa aventura capaz de se estender por mais de 50 horas e onde vão juntar-se a mais aventureiros, como Lyude e Savyna, entre outros.
Pros: Cenários espectaculares, Longevidade, Sistema de combate extremamente original
Cons: Algumas deficiências no sistema de combates, Escassez de pontos para salvar o jogo