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« on: March 23, 2005, 07:23:21 AM »

According to RPGamer, a game called Lunar Genesis is in the works for the DS.  I loved Lunar : Silver Star Story, and Eternal Blue to a lesser extent, so I would love to see another game in the series.  This good news almost makes up for the bad news that Phantasy Star Universe is going to be a sequel to the PS Online games, rather than the original RPGs frown
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« Reply #1 on: March 23, 2005, 08:17:06 PM »

I've always heard a lot of good stuff about the Lunar series, but I've never actually seen or played one.  What game or gametype would it be most comparable to?
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« Reply #2 on: March 24, 2005, 06:37:52 AM »

I'd say they're most like the early Final Fantasy games, with your party on one side and the enemy on the other in turn-based battles.  They're best known for their nice and numerous anime cutscenes and endearing characters.  The graphics are simple SNES quality, but still charming.  They're definitely worth playing, and I see them fairly often at used game stores, so they're probably not that rare.
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« Reply #3 on: March 24, 2005, 07:33:07 AM »

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I'd say they're most like the early Final Fantasy games, with your party on one side and the enemy on the other in turn-based battles.  They're best known for their nice and numerous anime cutscenes and endearing characters.  The graphics are simple SNES quality, but still charming.  They're definitely worth playing, and I see them fairly often at used game stores, so they're probably not that rare.

I have a hard time locating them at local game stores!  I've always wanted to play either title on the psx, and I feel ashamed for having not played them and calling myself an RPG junkie   biggrin

Someday, though, I'll submit that bid on ebay to get a copy.
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« Reply #4 on: March 25, 2005, 12:51:18 AM »

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I have a hard time locating them at local game stores!  I've always wanted to play either title on the psx, and I feel ashamed for having not played them and calling myself an RPG junkie   biggrin

Someday, though, I'll submit that bid on ebay to get a copy.

And odds are you'll pay full price for them on eBay, whenever you do place that bid. biggrin

Ah, eBay...I remember seeing the prices for the Sega CD versions remain at retail (if not more) for years after they came out.
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« Reply #5 on: March 25, 2005, 01:22:41 AM »

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I have a hard time locating them at local game stores!  I've always wanted to play either title on the psx, and I feel ashamed for having not played them and calling myself an RPG junkie   biggrin

Someday, though, I'll submit that bid on ebay to get a copy.

And odds are you'll pay full price for them on eBay, whenever you do place that bid. biggrin

Ah, eBay...I remember seeing the prices for the Sega CD versions remain at retail (if not more) for years after they came out.

Heh no doubt.  After scavenging around the psx collections at game stores around here for some time and waiting for so long to get a game . . . I usually resort to breaking down and then purchasing it on Ebay.  The good thing is - I can usually sell it for possibly a couple of bucks more when I finished, which is nice   biggrin
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