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There are some great RPG's on the Snes. And then there's Lufia 2. The hero of the game, Maxim, is a monster hunter. He ends up having to fight demi-gods, or 'sinistrals'. The story is very satisfying, having a few climaxes here and there, and with some very unexpected events along the way. The battles in this game are random on the world map, and avoidable (a nice feature) on the dungeon map. You'll travel to a town, discover that someone has been kidnapped, and head off to the dungeon to sa...0 out of 1 found this review helpful.
Originally posted in my blogMany spoilers within!This one might fall a bit outside of most of your game radars. It’s not A-list like Final Fantasy or Dragon Quest, not even B-list like Breath of Fire or the Secret of series (you can bitch and moan all you want about this, but you’ll never convince me that the Seiken Densetsu series is anything more than B-list). Lufia is a pretty firm C-list series, with regards to RPG popularity. There were two SNES games games and one gbc game in the series ca...0 out of 1 found this review helpful.
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