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Lunar 2: Eternal Blue Complete
17 November 2003
Excerpt: Lunar 2: Eternal Blue was originally released for the ill-fated Sega CD. Years later, after its predecessor, Lunar: The Silver Star , got some Playstation remake action (under the name of Lunar: Silver Star Story Complete ), this second game was given the same treatment.
Excerpt: First, the games graphics have been enhanced quite a bit. Where there were once dated (yet still cool for their time) anime scenes, there are now high-tech CG/anime movies that will blow you away. The level of detail that Gonzo put into these scenes is amazing.
Excerpt: Well, if there's anything negative to say with respect to Lunar 2: Eternal Blue Complete , it's that its graphics aren't exactly fantastic. As this is a remake of a Sega CD game, you won't find any hi-poly models or mind-blowing spell effects.
Excerpt: Even though the Sega CD was nothing more than a disappointing failure, the console, or should I say 'add-on', actually had two incredibly good titles for it, the first being Lunar Silver Star Story, and the second being its sequel Lunar 2: Eternal Blue.