Legaia 2: Dual Saga
Legaia 2 Dual Saga is a great adventure.
Legaia 2 takes you through a fantasy adventure with a cast of great characters. Its thrilling button slashing excitement will never leave you with a boring moment. Legaia 2 has a wonderful storyline, filled with adventure, quests and most of all some good action. The music is set at the right tone for the game. For example, if you are resting or there is no action involved, the music will be calming. The action mechanics of the game is a nice component to this awesome adventure. The player can customize being able to equip items and weapons on the character. The game is quite a challenge for all of you hardcore gamers out there. The player will be intrigued with the storyline. The action and quests throughout the game will sometimes leave you desiring more game play. If anyone is thinking about purchasing this game, I would highly suggest it. It's a great adventure!
This game is a sequel to Legend of Legaia for the Playstation. The game really has no change other than improved graphics, new story and a brand new cast of characters. The battle system is the same as one but the seemed to work out the flaws that the first one making a perfect battle system. The Music was done by Yasoruni Mitsuda (Famous for his tracks on Chrono Cross and the Mana Series), which means that the music is near perfect and fits into the game great. The Cast reminds me much of the characters fro the Legend of Dragoon but sadly not as cool. While the game may seem frustrating stick with it and you will enjoy it. It seems to have a decent length to it as well. The graphics are not half bad. I highly recommend this game for 2 reasons 1 it is a good game for the price and 2 if you Love RPG games you will like it. However, I only Recommend it to Hardcore RPG Gamers.
A Saga at an early end.
The first one of this series was very well done. I had major problems with this game, the battle system, while nearly perfect, left me feeling rather stupid. I would go through and input attack directions after attack directions trying to get all of them. Finally I just gave up and got them from a website. It's painful to have to try to sit there and figure them out, it gets monotonous, besides the fact that you have quite a few attacks to choose from, which is one of the best parts about this game. The story line is actually not that bad, kind of similar to the first one, but I can't really remember too well, it's been quite some time since I actually played it. But, by the time I got to the final boss I didn't care anymore, trying to keep up with cooking and leveling. One of the only things that I can say was actually good about it was the fact that the characters were actually pretty cool. The voice acting sucked, but other than that, eh. If you got a spare ***** dollars and you feel up to it go ahead and get a copy, but only after you've gotten every other game that you wanted first.