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Rogue Galaxy - PlayStation 2

by Sony
Platform : PlayStation2
Rated: Teen
4.2 out of 5 stars 106 customer reviews
Metascore: 83 / 100

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  • Build your own special items and weapons
  • Mini-games and subquests add to the adventure & further the challenge
  • Collect over 120 Insectors -- players will increase rank and earn prizes by advancing through tournaments
  • Search throughout the galaxy for clues to track down rare items -- locaitin all items provides players with special prizes
  • Follow clues and gather information to collect the set of legendary Seven-Star Swords, considered the most powerful weapons in the game
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Rogue Galaxy is great fantasy role-playing where you follow a planet-hopping rogue for battle and adventure. At the far edge of the galaxy on the desert planet Rosa, a young man named Jaster dreams of journeying through space. He is recruited to join the crew of space pirate Dorgengoa in a race to find a legendary planet that holds the key to the greatest of treasures -- eternal life. Players follow Rogue as he planet-hops around space, visiting a number of planets, each with their own unique ecosystem populated by various unusual creatures. Play successfully to earn hunter coins that upgrade a player's hunter license and open up additional challenges Over 8 hours of high-quality cut-scenes and cinematics

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  • ASIN: B000G77X34
  • Product Dimensions: 7.8 x 5.8 x 0.5 inches ; 3.2 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: January 30, 2007
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (106 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #6,301 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
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The Playstation 2 has tons of RPGs. When a new one marches forth most RPGers can usually say "Yep" or "Nope." Rogue Galaxy is definitely a "Yep." It's easy to grasp, yet difficult to master. It's shorthanded in some key areas which keep it from being perfect, but it's still one of the best RPGs to come around in a while.

Rogue Galaxy follows the story of Jaster. Jaster dreams of exploring the galaxy someday. He more than gets his chance after having a run in with a Bounty Hunter, and then being mistaken for said bounty hunter. In all honesty, Rogue Galaxy doesn't have a great storyline. It's certainly not horrible, but it's standard. It's also full of predictable plot points, and it actually lacks a little in the character development. These two aspects of any RPG are crucial. Whether you want to accept it or not, story and character development are important, and Rogue Galaxy lacks both. It's sad because you'll meet a lot of characters who are interesting. The problem is that you just don't learn enough about them.

Luckily, the game is saved by the sheer fun factor that comes with the battle system. Unlike other RPGs, Rogue Galaxy doesn't have you running around and then there's a transition into a random battle. Rather, enemies just pop up and you take a battle stance right in the area you're exploring. It's very similar to Kingdom Hearts in that regard. When in battle you'll be able to jump around, slash as your enemies and switch between primary and secondary weapons. Your primary weapon is usually a melee weapon, while your secondary is a projectile. Battling is fast paced and fun. It deviates away from the menu based combat that has dominated RPGs over the past couple of decades.

Battling isn't entirely simple, though.
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Rogue Galaxy has been one of 2007's top rated role playing games and on reflection the reasons for this are obvious. This is a game with a well developed story line that centers on two 17 year olds. One is Jaster Rogue, raised by a priest on the planet Rosa and hungry for a life among the stars - something almost impossible in the political clime of that part of the universe. The other is Kisala, been raised as the daughter of a space pirate who is seeking some of known space's most important treasures. Neither, of course, is what they seem. When a unexpected series of events catapults Jaster in with the pirates, the two are off on a wild adventure that involves 5 worlds, countless secrets and the discovery of who each of them really is. With them is a series of companions, each with their own characters and history. While dialog is never the strength of a console game, one of Rogue Galaxy's strengths is the quality of its character development.

The worlds the game takes place in are well-defined desert, jungle, industrial and technological worlds filled with many NPC's and the usual cast of Johnny one liners. Graphics are neatly done without too much dependence on CGI (which means that there's plenty of room on the DVD for voice and story). Clues and treasures abound. Movement is three dimensional so there are both story line and battle athletics (jump on the roof of a trolley and ride it to a treasure box sort of thing). Artistic design is a strong element in the game - another important factor in its attractiveness to a player. In short, the worlds of Rogue Galaxy are worlds that you will want to adventure in. And take a bit of time looking around, as well.
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I first read about this game about two years ago in "Game Informer" and since then I had been waiting immpatiently for this game to be released. Well now it has, and it doesnt disappoint on any level....NOT EVEN THE VOICE ACTING!

I figured I would rent this game first just incase ut ended up being terrible. No less than 30 minutes into the game I found myself utterly enthralled and captivated by the game. The gameplay is not hard at all, the concept is extremely fun, and the characters keep you interested as well.

I highly recommend this game to anyone who is trying to restore use back into that PS2 that is collecting some dust, or to anyone with a PS3 that wants to play an excellent role-playing game.
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Who says there's no more original or good games to come out on the PS2 these days besides God of War 2 (wait, I think I said that...)? Rogue Galaxy may very well be the last, great, original RPG to come out for the PS2, which is fitting because it's from the makers of the amazing Dragon Quest VIII and Dark Cloud 2; which you'll probably be able to tell considering Rogue Galaxy's great, cartoony art style. Playing as young Jaster Rogue, you find yourself playing space-pirate in a case of mistaken identity. Without giving too much else away, you'll find Rogue Galaxy to have a great and lengthy quest with a quick paced battle system. The game's imaginitive art style, environments, and atmosphere is a welcome look in an otherwise stale RPG market, with plenty of enjoyable moments for sci-fi buffs to boot. The characters are great as well and don't get annoying as the game goes on, plus there's a boatload of enjoyable mini-games and other RPG elements as well. The only real downsides to Rogue Galaxy are that while the game's fighting system is fast paced, there's really not all that much to it. Not to mention that now and then, some of the explorable areas can often blend into one another. All that aside, Rogue Galaxy is a more than enjoyable and original RPG that PS2 owners who have had their fill of Final Fantasy XII should definitely consider picking up, and it's probably the last, best, original RPG to hit the PS2.
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