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Lunar Silver Star Story (4 Disk Edition)
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Lunar Silver Star Story (4 Disk Edition)

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Description

Lunar Silver Star Story Complete Sony Playstation Game.

Lunar: Silver Star Story Complete is a traditional role-playing game that features hand-drawn backgrounds and sprite based characters. As you progress throughout, you will meet up with adventurers and travelers -- people who want to either join your party or destroy you. Your party constantly changes because of the plot development, and some will leave and come back at a later time.

Your journey will lead you into a wide assortment of towns and towers, forests and caves. In towns, you'll have to interact with its inhabitants to better understand the story as well as learn valuable clues. You can also buy items, weapons and armor for your party members. You'll need plenty of silver though, and you can get that from fighting enemies in dungeons. Lunar: Silver Star Story Complete uses a traditional turn-based fighting engine. The more enemies you kill, the higher your experience becomes which awards you with more spell and magic power.

There is over an hour of anime-based movie sequences that propel the story in key moments, a hardback 120 page manual that documents production and gameplay, four CDs (two of which are the game) featuring the complete soundtrack and a "making of" movie, and a cloth map of the world.

Product Details

UPC:

735366006280

Condition:

Used

Genre:

Role-Playing

Platform:

Playstation 1

Region:

NTSC (N. America)

ESRB:

Teen

Part Number:

PS1_LUNAR_SILVER_STAR_STORY

Customer Reviews

5 Stars
classic.
A classic rpg with excellent music and animation. The game has a good story with lovable characters --- a must play game.
Reviewed by: from New Hampshire on
5
5 Stars
One of the best RPG's for the Playstation.
I first learned of this game when someone reviewed one of the Lufia games and compared a certain aspect of its storyline to this one. This game, like a lot of titles released by the now-defunct Working Designs, was extremely expensive but worth every penny as far as I'm concerned. Quite apart from the quality of the game itself, it included some extra souvenirs. In this case there's a cloth map of the first area of the game, a small package of character standees (sort of like trading cards), and, my personal favorites, a making of disk that describes the making of the game and the porting from Sega to Playstation, and a music CD featuring tracks from the Playstation and Sega versions of the game. Story wise it starts out with your standard fare. Alex is a teenager living in a small village on an isolated island. His idol is the great Dragonmaster Dyne, the hero who protected Althena, the world of Lunar's benevolent goddess. Alex yearns to leave his home and have adventures like Dyne did. He gets his wish when his childhood friend Ramus suggests that they sneak into a cave occupied by a white dragon and steal a diamond supposedly worth thousands of silver. They set out for the cave accompanied by Alex's other friends, his childhood sweetheart Luna and the flying cat Nall. Much to their surprise, the dragon welcomes them into his lair and even willingly hands over the diamond. This marks just the beginning of the adventure. Rumors abound of a new Dragonmaster as well as a mysterious, evil being calling itself the Magic Emperor. It may be Alex's destiny to discover the truth of these rumors and to confront the evil plaguing the world of Lunar. One of the greatest aspects of the game is its incredible soundtrack, a sample of which is included on the music CD. You can also listen to the game's enntire soundtrack by using Alex's ocarina. The sound effects are also pretty cool, but what I really liked was the voice acting. Major cutscenes are fully voiced and then of course each character has a set of quotes that they utter in battle when they use magic or items or special abilities. There's also a special treat when you beat the game, the chance to listen to some bloopers from the voice actors' recording sessions, some of which come from the Sega versions of the game. And some of those outtakes are quite hilarious. All in all if you haven't played this game I highly recommend it. It's expensive, yes, but it's cheaper buying it from Lukie than anywhere else I've seen it. And it's worth every penny. It's one of the biggest reasons I'm considering buying myself a Playstation 2 or even a PS1.
Reviewed by: from Twin Falls, Idaho on
5

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