Reviews and Problems with Lunar: Silver Star Harmony
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Lunar Silver Star Harmony
Family Friendly Gaming
2 February 2013
Excerpt: There are two types of role playing gamers - those that have played Lunar video games, and those that have not played them. Hardcore RPG fans will recount their hours playing Lunar Silver Star Harmony. This reviewer has played this game on the Sega CD, Playstation, and now Playstation Portable.
Excerpt: Lunar: Silver Star Story Complete was the first game I completed on my newly owned PlayStation back in 1999. It was the first game I played that melted my heart and made me believe that video games had great stories to tell.
Excerpt: Watching the news accumulate for Lunar: Silver Star Harmony was an interesting experience. Among the rabble, two names kept popping up over and over and over: Working Designs and Victor Ireland.
Excerpt: I was quite excited when I heard that Game Arts was set to bring an old classic back to the gaming masses of today. Lunar, of Sega CD fame, has finally come to Sony's PSP. The recently released Lunar Silver Star Harmony has hit store shelves courtesy of XSEED Games.
Summary: Sporting a new translation and voiceover work, this oft-remade RPG has now come to the PSP. A few technical issues drag it down a bit, but it's still one of the best darn entries in the genre.
Excerpt: Lunar: The Silver Star first launched on the SEGA CD in 1992, making it older than a fair number of our readership. XSEED has done admirably, breathing new life into a game old enough to buy cigarettes and porn in the US, even if the game does show its age. Lunar is a classic story.
Conclusion: Lunar: Silver Star Harmony is rated T for Teen with ESRB descriptors of Mild Fantasy Violence, Mild Language, Partial Nudity, Suggestive Themes, and Use of Alcohol. While you trade blows and magic blasts in battle, violence is pretty mild as there is no blood and defeated enemies just disappear in a...