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Lufia and the Fortress of Doom

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The Sinistrals, four masters of Doom, arrived in this land on their floating island 100 years ago. You will begin your quest by traveling through time to join in a tremendous battle against them--and you will determine the outcome. When you return to present time, you and Lufia, your companion, must join forces with two others to prevent the Sinistrals from regaining control of your world. It will be a long and difficult task--This land is larger than that of most RPG games. And in the end, the balance of fate will be overturned in a contest of love and betrayal that could destroy you all.

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5 Stars
A Solid RPG
A fantastic and challenging RPG. Very old school in it's style and approach to the genre, but is worth it to play.
Reviewed by: (Verified Buyer) from Guelph on
5 Stars
I ordered this game plus 3 other snes rpg games, arrived in pefect state in the Netherlands, I have already ordered a number of nes games to complete the collection, nice site and prices are good.
Reviewed by: from nederland on
5 Stars
The most underrated RPG franchis of the SNES
This game with its successor, Lufia II: Rise of the Sinistrals are the most underrated RPG franchise on the SNES. We take part in an epic quest with challenges that will prove interesting even the second time around as the Experience gained is boosted on playback from a previously completed game save. (Compared to Chrono Trigger's New Game+, Lufia actually let' you star over at level 1 with twice as much XP per fight, so it is a little more interesting for veteran gamers than the simpler "get your stuff back" of Chrono Trigger) The characters are well designed and the storyline is enticing, with a soundtrack that is one of the most interestings from the era. A must for RPG enthusiats. But the sequel is even more developped, BUT as in Suikoden, there is continuity between the 2 so try to finish this one first. Among the Top 20 obscure SNES games 9/10
Reviewed by: from Quebec on
4 Stars
An excellent if poorly marketed RPG.
I first played Lufia and the Fortress of Doom at a friend's house back in 1996 or so before eventually buying a copy a few years later. It's not Final Fantasy, but it's still a game and a series well worth experiencing. FOrtress of Doom tells the story of a war against four powerful godlike beings known as Sinistrals. The Sinistrals were first encountered and defeated by the mighty warrior Maxim only to rise 99 years later. Maxim's descendant, a young apprentice knight in the kingdom of Alekia, first learns of the trouble when a neighboring kingdom is attacked and destroyed by an unknown force. When he investigates he encounters a being claiming to be Gades, one of the four Sinistrals. Knowing the threat te Sinistrals will pose tot he world if allowed to remain unchallenged, the young warrior resolves to followin te footsteps of his mighty ancestor. But putting a final end to the Sinistrals may be harder than it first seems and may require a terrible sacrifice. Lufia and the Fortress of Doom is a fairly simple RPG. There are only a couple sidequests, one of which is actually partially required in order to complete the game. The controls are fairly simple, though the combat system may take a bit of getting used to since it involves selecting options via a cross-shaped selector. Musically the game is a slightly mixed bag, though to be fair there are no outright bad tracks. Most songs are reused fairly frequently, but as this is a relatively short game this is understandable. The sound effects are nothing special, but the music makes up for that. If you haven't already done so you should definitely give this game a go.
Reviewed by: from Twin Falls, Idaho on

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