Platform: PlayStation 2
Genre: Turn Based RPG
Release Date: April 1st, 2008
Vayne Aurelius, a young man living with no one but his pet, is invited to enroll in Al-Revis Academy, a school that teaches alchemy. Upon starting his first year, he makes some new friends, and joins their workshop. Together they take on dangerous class assignments, make new friends and rivals, and spend the next several years learning new forms of alchemy, while Vayne learns there’s more to his enrollment than he realizes.
Here it is! Part One of my Easter Double Whammy!
Over the years, many RPG series have been redefining themselves with each new installment by creating a new world, with new characters, events, and situations. The main similarities are typically game mechanics. While this adds variety to their franchise, there’s something that can also be said about a series that’s main titles are all set in the same world. When done well, continuity with events and characters can make for wonderful surprise twists during the story.
Here are some of the game series’ that did a fantastic job of fitting in the same world.
Just a heads up that with Easter coming up, I will be posting my next “The Five” list on Thursday, and will also be including a holiday bonus. I will be also posting a review for Mana Khemia: Alchemists of Al-Revis.
Hope you look out for them tomorrow!
And here we are with another Friday, and another Five of something. Last week, we looked at some oddities in party members by looking at some of the younger characters that you can play with. This week, we are looking at another unique type of character: Non-humans. Whether alien, monster or machine, Non-humans have been a part of RPGs of every genre. Some are merely support characters, but there are those that really shine. Here is a list of some that I have encountered in my gaming travels.
Developer: Enix Corporation
Platform: Nintendo Entertainment System
Genre: Turn Based RPG
Release Date: August 1989
As a descendant of the hero Erdrick, You have been tasked to defend the kingdom from the clutches of the villainous Dragonlord. Your first task is to seek out the mighty dragon that has kidnapped the fair princess. Will you rise up to the challenge and live up to the legacy left by your mighty ancestor?
RPGs tend to have a lot of powerful playable party members. Most of these characters are in their teens or older, but what about the powerhouses that haven’t fully matured yet? This list highlights some of the best youngin’s in old school RPGs.