leroy hacker said:I have heard in the past that the Wild Arms games have pretty good dungeon puzzles. Which one has the best? Can they compare to Lufia 2's?
speedpop said:I think alongside Wild Arms, you could throw Golden Sun on there. The puzzles in Golden Sun literally made me look forward to running through a dungeon and that is rare.
Tamanon said:Wild Arms 2 had some pretty good puzzles, IMO. They really were the spiritual successor to Lufia games.
I thought he was like an almighty god, but doesn't he want to rule the world or something along with the sinistrals, I recall him saying ''we''. That would make him evil in the eyes of the humans no? In any case, I'd like the story to be around him.Dragona Akehi said:Arek was a Neutral Superbeing, much like howis a Good Superbeing and Daos, Gades and Amon being Evil Superbeings.Erim/Lufia
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Dragona Akehi said:Well unless things have changed significantly, it isn't going to be a turn based RPG, and it makes me very sad.
I don't think, despite what neo is saying, that Neverland Co. is working on the game at all. I think Famitsu is wrong there.
Teknoman said:Man...dont see why every turn based RPG has to go some other route (action, real time strategy, etc.). Why not just try to build onto the turn based formula so its familiar, yet refreshing?
Jigsaw said:i always found wild arms the better lufia...cool enouncement nonetheless
Neverland did all the work on the first games, but Taito owned the rights to them. But then Neverland and Taito had some sort of falling out and stopped working with each other, and Lufia games have suffered for it.GaussTek said:Is there a reason why Neverland wouldn't be working on this game? Do they have another project or it is something related to the franchise rights?
have you played Lufia before? it is animetheMrCravens said:They'll probably turn this into another colorful anime RPG, with anime cutscenes.
Rpgmonkey said:Didn't know The Legend Returns was disliked so much.
I like it more than Lufia 1...
Prime Blue said:Ooh! Selena appears in the game, so it seems to be a direct sequel to Biography Estpolis II.
ethelred said:Well, I said way back in the beginning that I expected it to be an action RPG since Neverland doesn't do anything else anymore (sad panda face), but if the game has dungeons anywhere near as fun as Lufia 2's then it could still be a fun, albeit lesser, game. Neverland does make pretty good action RPGs.
Being a retelling of Lufia 2 seems kind of weird, though... but I have to say, I really like that design for Selan.
lucablight said:How do you know it's a retelling of Lufia 2?
Huh? The complete soundtrack box translates the series title as Biography Estpolis.Dragona Akehi said:and "Estpolis Biogrophy II" is the soundtrack.
You're right, didn't even think of the ending for a moment although I beat the game so often...Dragona Akehi said:It can't be a sequel. More likely a reimagining... because Parcelyte is apparently a Republic with a President now.
Prime Blue said:Huh? The complete soundtrack box translates the series title as Biography Estpolis.
You're right, didn't even think of the ending for a moment although I beat the game so often...
The strange thing is: The soundtrack booklet states she was 20 years old back then, and this title has her 21 years old. So, either an alternate timeline sequel or a prequel/retelling with sloppy continuity.