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Kya: Dark Lineage

by Atari
Platform : PlayStation2
Rated: Teen
38 customer reviews
Metascore: 69 / 100
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  • Help Kya find her brother by exploring nine massive & spectacularly detailed environments
  • Use the intricate and extensive monetary system to purchase equipment & magical abilities, for better attacks and defense
  • Steal and tame wild animals to use for attacking or escaping your opponents
  • Free the Nativ people to earn upgrades and power-ups
  • Unique plot twists as you face the multiple quests and subquests that will reveal Kya's destiny!
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Product Description

Take on the role of Kya as she sets out on a perilous journey to find her brother and the way back home.

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Kya and her brother Frank are unexpectedly transported to a mysterious world and immediately separated from each other. As Kya begins the search for her brother, she meets the gentle Nativs, who befriend and help her in her quest. Kya soon discovers that the peaceful Nativs are brutally oppressed by wicked Wolfen creatures. Worse yet, the Wolfen are former Nativs, mutated into a dark army by the evil ruler Brazul. Kya realizes that the only way to find Frank and return home is to lead a rebellion to defeat Brazul and liberate the Nativs. To do this, she must free the Wolfens from their magical imprisonment and restore their Native identity. Game Features:

  • Explore nine massive and highly-detailed worlds
  • Play through a deep, intense storyline with 50 main and side quests
  • Fly and freefall from towering heights using powerful air currents
  • Perform thrilling, freestyle slide maneuvers and 360? spins with magical boards
  • Fight using more than 30 melee attacks, combat moves and magical strikes
  • Steal, tame and ride wild animals to flee or attack enemies
  • Free the Nativs so they can open shops--buy power-ups and magical abilities
  • Take on more than 20 challenges with single and multiplayer mini games


Product Details

  • ASIN: B00009IFE6
  • Product Dimensions: 7.5 x 5.3 x 0.6 inches ; 3.2 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (38 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #19,455 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here


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32 of 32 people found the following review helpful By Gen Falel on January 9, 2005
Our heroine and her brother are sucked into an alternate universe world. Our heroine, Kya, regains consciousness just in time to flee for her life with the help of one of the natives--giving a fast-paced school-of-hard-knocks demonstration of how the game's physics and nature works. Then you end up in the middle of the remaining native village, learn about the terrible threat of the Wolfen (and that your brother is probably in their clutches), and that you're the chosen one.

Being the chosen one means two things: You can use the weapons (more on those in a minute), and you can turn the Wolfen back to the Nativs (yeah, that's the name of the natives. Yeah, I agree.) once you finish knocking them out.

There are three things that make this game absolutely wonderful. The first is the combat system. Lesser creatures can be whacked by your boomerang, but with the Wolfen you typically have to personally whack them around until they stop moving. The fighting system in this game, however, is brilliant. Your moves are intuitive and your combos are relatively easy to learn, and you have a training room back in your home base that teaches you your attacks until you have them down. Rather than making you depend on studying a manual or relying on button-mashing, the game will allow you to practice (against a nonmoving straw opponent) every combo and trick you want to. If this doesn't sound brilliant, that's my own failing as a reviewer--it's an incredibly useful feature that should be in every fighting game.

Of course, Wolfen also go unconscious if you cause them to fall from a great height, cause something to fall on them, explode something near them, or cetera.
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14 of 15 people found the following review helpful By tot's mom on November 22, 2003
Don't know how, but rented this at Blockbuster a week earlier than the release date. I don't play much video games since I am not every good ate them. but this game is super fun. The game starts and after a short movie, you jump right in to an action pack game. It has a combination of everything: skateboarding, flying, exploring, save-the-love one, fighting monsters, puzzles, etc. It's taking me some time to play, but, again, I am not a very good gamer. I find it easy enough and challenging enough. Which makes it fun. Happy Gaming!
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Teri LeCheminant on December 15, 2003
I rented this game. I'm a 56 year old woman who loves her Playstation II. Normally, I'm not co-ordinated enough to do flying or racing. But this one is so much easier. It also makes you think. It's really an action advetnure. Very fun and enjoyable. Often I've missed several good television programs because I lost track of time playing this game.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on March 15, 2004
i love to play but i dont like very tough games i loved kingdom heart ,jak and daxter when i bought kya it was based on a review when i got it i was not very interested to play it for weeks i thought its very tough and boring....but i was surprised.......really i am enjoying it and i cant stop playing it its for those who like to play easy but fun games with fun story...there are many things to do in this game it keeps you busy and not bored...its not easy easssssy...but not very tough
its a must not only for girls but boys as well....totaly LOVE IT
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on January 8, 2004
Excellent game! Would have given it 5 out of 5, but there are a few minor annoyances that kept me from doing so. However, these minor flaws did not keep me from having a lot of fun with this game. If you liked games such as Rayman 2 and Jak & Daxter (first one), you'll almost certainly like Kya. Ok, so here are the annoyances: (1) enemies often fall over edges or through walls and disappear -- need to come back later and fight again, (2) occasional frame shudder, (3) get stuck in some sub-levels with no way to back out to main game hub (mostly not a big deal, but sometimes a pain when stuck up against a tough adversary or tough level). Anyway, again, this game was great, all and all. Hope there is a sequel!
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Grace Collins on October 23, 2004
This was a great game... in spite of being really frustrated at times with the situation and my own inept game-play skills. It was an amazing game and a whole lot of fun to play. The first part of the game though is a real intense start, no calm. Hi how ya doin set- up thing you have to do stuff right away. It was insane. It was beautiful and a lot of fun. As for the whole thrown together bit. Not true, it's thought out. THough sometimes quite annoyingly thought out. It's a very worthwhile game adn when you look at the price the number of hours you get to play are well worth the price. This game is fun and I like blue hair. :p

BTW Kya didn't just mystically become athletic in the beginning scene it's apparent that she IS athletic so I don't find it that great of a leap.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Mimi on February 24, 2006
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We play our games with our 5 year old son watching and so screen carefully for what he is seeing. This game has all the best graphics, varied worlds, challenging play AND is fine for our kiddo to enjoy as well. Did you like Jak and Daxter (the first one)? Then you should like this game too.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Scot Day on March 20, 2004
I bought this game out of impulse and didn't play it for a while, but when i did finally decide to pick it up and play I could not put it down, that very rarely happens to me. The story is fun and exciting , it kept me moving along and wanting to help. The controls are easy, despite the large amount of different moves available. The gameplay is excellent, every detail is beautiful. It was like playing many games all in one. I am hoping there will be a sequel!!!
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