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As a student of Astral the wizard, you and your friends study all the usual subjects: reading, writing, and sword fighting.
As your time at school draws to an end, dark events are taking place on the island of Grans. The two Jewels which seal the Door to Darkness have been stolen, allowing a creature of awesome power to be unleashed. Finding where the Jewels were taken, and why, is a task only the bravest of adventurers can undertake.
|OS:||Win 7, Vista and XP|
|Processor:||1.6 HGz Intel Pentium 4|
|Hard Drive:||50 MB|
|Video Card:||32 MB or greater|
Platform: PC Download
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Great sequel in the series that is arguably one of the best RPGs ever created.Published 1 month ago by Bernard
Emulator works just like it is suppose to, so glad I get to play this game again. It's different than Shining Force one but hey, its Shining Force <3
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This game was one of my favorites from the Sega Genesis back in the day. Was thrilled to find that it was available on the PC for downloading. Read morePublished 12 months ago by K. L Peterson
One of the best old-school RPGs around. When Sega decided to not port over Shining Force 3 parts 2 and 3 in English, it was a sad day. Camelot Studios is sorely missed.Published 16 months ago by Gail L. Santiestevan
Awesome my all time favorite game as great as I was expecting still favorite. Played nonstop I loved this gamePublished 19 months ago by Jacob brouner
I love this game. It's one of my all time favorites. I still replay this start to finish every few years.Published 23 months ago by zereoue20
This is one of the greatest classic RPGs ever. Combat requires a nice balance of strategy. Wonderful for gamers who had the original on Genesis or anyone who likes old-school RPGs. Read morePublished on July 21, 2013 by matthew
This game is a very fun game at a very cheap price. Although I love it so, I would not recommend it for people that aren't ready for a really big challenge. Read morePublished on May 29, 2013 by Tim Dargan