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Quest 64

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Price: $29.99
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Description

Celtland has been cast into chaos by the theft of Eletale's Book. This mystical volume contains the secrets of the Spirit Tamers. Follow the adventures of Brian - a young adventuring boy who has the unique power to manipulate nature and guardian of humankind as a Spirit Tamer – on the quest to find Eletale’s Book. If he does not reclaim the book, the Kingdom of Celtland will be cast into darkness forever.

Product Details

UPC:

785138301037

Condition:

Used

Genre:

Strategy

Platform:

Nintendo 64

Region:

NTSC (N. America)

ESRB:

Everyone

Part Number:

N64_QUEST_64

Customer Reviews

5 Stars
Quest 64 baby!!
Was delivered in under 2 weeks. Cartridge works perfectly (turned on the first try). This is a great introductory game into rpgs. With almost no penalty for perishing(you get sent back to the last inn you visited but retain all character progress). Lukie games is my go to for retro gaming needs.
Reviewed by: (Verified Buyer) from Stratford Ontario on
5
5 Stars
Quest 64
This was my first purchase from Lukiegames and I am 100% satisfied with my purchase :) It was delivered to me in just over a week, the game is in basically perfect condition and it was an awesome price compared to other places I have seen it...I have decided I will now purchase a game everytime anew one arrives to my home...Then try to beat that game before the next one arrives...My only complaint, is that I didn't discover this site earlier :D Signed one Happy Customer
Reviewed by: (Verified Buyer) from Canada on
5
4 Stars
Bit of a mess
Could seriously benefit from a mini map, but it's fun enough. Not the best RPG in the world. Perfect condition.
Reviewed by: (Verified Buyer) from Montreal on
4
5 Stars
Quest Bought from Lukiegames.com
Works great no problems. I got exactly what I was paying for. Time to relive this baby again
Reviewed by: (Verified Buyer) from Toronto on
5
4 Stars
Quest 64
Fun game but not as good as Zelda, a little tough to figure out the battle circles.
Reviewed by: from Bellingham, WA on
4
3 Stars
A maligned and underrated title
Quest 64 was the N64's first RPG. While it has weaknesses, it should not be uttered in shame as one of the console's worst games. There is a lot of fun 3rd person, mostly turn-based gameplay here. There are colorfully animated 3D monsters, some exploration and learning, and some choices on how to develop your magic. The criticism stems from comparisons to other N64 RPGs of the time. Quest's storyline and character development are about as developed as, say the 80's Bard's Tale - just navigate the dungeon, beat the boss, find a few useful items along the way, and get to the next save point. There are no relationships, grand decisions, or even puzzles worth mentioning. There are no fancy treasures to find or buy, neither ancient sword nor mystic sceptre will weigh your character down. Your avatar's magic and physical skill with his trusty monk staff will evolve with a Final Fantasy II like system where rather than getting experience points, the character's abilities grow by doing. Random encounters can get very tedious, but that's not unusual. The main character is just a child, and most of the monsters are like animated children's toys or disgruntled extras from the Care Bears movie - so Resident Evil zombies here. Yet despite this, Quest has a brightly childlike feel that goes with the whole Nintendo family friendly brand. If this had been an entry into an older RPG, it would have been seen as a 3D facelift of basically a late 80s turn based RPG. Given the relatively inexpensive price of the game in the present day as a retro game, its a fine value. Why not invest a few dollars, and enjoy a few evenings of tossing smoking hot fireballs of doom at menacing giant pastel butterflies frolicking malignantly in the sun dappled gummy gum gumtree forest.
Reviewed by: from Maryland on
3
3 Stars
Not a bad rpg
Quest 64 is a rpg based game. i would have to say its not a bad rpg game but its not the best. all i would have to say is just have to try it out for yourself. "Get N or Get Out"
Reviewed by: from Colorado Springs on
3

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