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My first exposure to Lunar 2 Eternal Blue was on the Sega CD. After loving the hell out of the original game, playing the sequel was a no brainer. Set 1000 years after Lunar: The Silver Star, the sequel introduced a whole new set of characters (based off of Dragonmaster Dyne and the Four Heroes) in a world in which Dyne and Athena are considered legends. Controlling a young boy named Hiro, the player will set out on a journey to help a mysterious girl named Lucia to find the Goddess Althena in o...1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
--BTW, Before I begin, there will be some SPOILERS in this review, so read at your risk (although they are minor ones)-- I finally played and finished Lunar 2. Back when it was first re-released for the PS1, people were saying it was good although not as much as the first game, so even though I had loved Lunar 1 I didn't get Lunar 2 right away. I will say right now that this review will be high in comparisons between the two Lunar games. Eventually I replayed through Lunar 1 and found it to be...0 out of 1 found this review helpful.
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