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Alundra 2: A New Legend Begins

Platform : PlayStation
Rated: Everyone
3.5 out of 5 stars 29 customer reviews

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An epic struggle between good and evil ignites the kingdom of Varuna as the peaceful realm falls under the control of a sinister baron. You are Flint, a renegade swordsman seeking revenge on the pirates who killed your mother and now flourish under the new regime.

You must wield your sword through this land of unsuspecting danger and adventure. Can you successfully explore and survive this intricate story wrought with bizarre characters, brain-twisting puzzles, and wild games? Beware! An even greater evil is about to be revealed.

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An epic struggle between good and evil ignites the kingdom of Varuna as the peaceful realm falls under the control of a sinister baron. You are Flint, a renegade swordsman seeking revenge on the pirates who killed your mother and now flourish under the new regime.

You must wield your sword through this land of unsuspecting danger and adventure. Can you successfully explore and survive this intricate story wrought with bizarre characters, brain-twisting puzzles, and wild games? Beware! An even greater evil is about to be revealed.


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  • ASIN: B00003W865
  • Media: Video Game
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (29 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #17,660 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
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I love RPG games and have been playing since they 1st came out. This game would have rec'd a 5 Star rating if it wasn't so very frustrating. It 'loads' so often its annoying. Its easy to figure out the puzzles and most are fun but just as you have put an hour into the game (with no save point in sight)it puts in a easy puzzle but an impossible to do in less than another hour or more - skill to learn. If you don't learn the skill and get through it you must lose the last hour or more you put into the game. I am halfway through the game and will probably not play it to the end. The current skill I'm on is to leap to a box which lights another box and the one you are one disappears. Not so hard to figure out, but almost impossible unless you accidently land in the right place at the right time facing the right direction to go more than a few blocks before you have to start all over. Again not unreal to do just long and frustrating. I play to be challenged and the feeling of accomplishment at the complition of a difficult skill and I have NEVER shut off a game so often and been willing to loose all my progress rather than get upset. So, 3 Stars is all it deserves in my opinion. This could have been a great game.
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This game rocks! Its rare to find a game so well balanced between RPG and action elements. The difficulty level is not too tough, and they even have an easier version for newbies, but I recommend playing the more difficult one.
The only downfall to this game is the graphics. After playing graphic masterpieces like Final Fantasy VIII and Legacy of Kain, I have come to expect games not to be so grainy. The textures in the game are really ugly up close, plus the beginning of the game has one of the most blocky "FMV" sequences I have ever seen on the playstation(which, from what I understand, was made especially for American audiences to clarify the story. I found this unnecessary, plus all of the images are taken from the game itself)
If one can get past the not so clear graphics, the game itself is incredible. I recommend it to all Action/RPG fans.
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By A Customer on January 5, 2001
A solid but unspectacular action RPG. Gameplay is very similar to 16-bit games much like Beyond Oasis, Zelda 3, and Light Crusader with inventory management reminiscent of Y's 3. Basically just an old school hack and slash adventure with a block puzzle thrown in from time to time. Short of the occasional FMV and the 3D graphics this game could have easily been done years ago on older systems. Graphically it looks quite nice, but the camera angle is a little difficult at times. Overall a decent game that doesn't really live up to modern standards. Fans of titles like Soul Reaver and the PSX Final Fantasy games would be better off to look elsewhere.
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Alundra 2 is excellent. The graphics, sound, and difficulty are right on. The extras and minigames give the game high replay value and overall enjoyment. The only thing that I'd like to point out is the lack of almost all characters, storyline, enemies, etc. from the original game. The only things I noticed returning were some of the styles in puzzle solving. Never-the-less, it's a great game, with or without the "Alundra" guise.
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By A Customer on March 30, 2000
I do recommend this game although I still cant figure out why it even carries the name Alundra. I'll be honest, this game isn't remotely similiar to the first in my opinion. If it had a different name noone would know it is the sequel. Now to the good part this game is very fun I thought it was reminiscent of the Granstream Saga which I thoroughly enjoyed. This game totally makes the first one seem obsolete, it has a humour about it that a lot of games seem to be missing these days and the game play is wonderful. Flint (the main character)is very easy to control. It's well worth the money. Go ahead, buy it.
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By A Customer on September 13, 2000
I was really excited when I first got this game. It was fun and I looked forward to playing it. But then about 1/2 - 3/4's of the way in I got really tired trying to figure out some of the secrets of the rooms and even when I did it became more about becoming master of my controller-pushing the right buttons in the cleanest, fastest way so that I could actually jump, leap or hit my way correctly into the next sequence....YAWN..., not to mention tedious...It's one thing to be smart enough to figure out *how* to more on and it's another thing entirely when you know what you need to do and can't quite physically pull it off and have to keep trying...and trying...and trying...to get it done 'cause ya ain't go no choice! BLAH!
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Alundra 2 is a great game. There are not enough action/rpgs out there. It has an excellent system of magic and sword combos. The puzzles are not too easy but they are not as difficult as they are in Alundra either. The story is not as good as Alundra's, and it has nothing to do with its story . that does not make the story horrible though. It has a lot of hummor in it. If you like action/rpgs then chances are you will like Alundra 2. It has solid gameplay and a hummorous story. The voice overs are also a plus that is missing from many games.
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By A Customer on April 9, 2000
This game is nothing like the original Alundra accept the puzzles... but all of the cool adventure/RPG games that have sequals are nothing alike usually. Look at the final fantasy series, they are all different accept the style of fighting. This is a really cool game and is very addictive. Buy it if you want a cool adventure game to play
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