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About this product
- Product InformationA port of the 1995 Sega CD title, Lunar 2: Eternal Blue Complete brings the magical tale of Hiro, Lucia, and their friends to the PlayStation with updated visuals and minor gameplay tweaks. A thousand years have passed since Dragonmaster Alex destroyed Ghaleon and rescued Luna. Unbeknownst to the inhabitants of the world, an evil presence is rising, with the sole purpose of reviving the evil Zophar and bringing about the end of the world in the process.
Through a series of chance encounters, Hiro ends up meeting new friends and enemies. As fate guides him and his winged, cat-like companion Ruby towards their ultimate destiny, they'll find strength and courage to save their world, even if it means giving up what they love the most.
As the game progresses, full-screen animation sequences further the storyline and reveal more about Hiro's companions: Ronfar, Jean and Lemina. With the exception of battles, the game is viewed from a top-down perspective. Unlike the random battles found in games like Final Fantasy, enemies in Lunar 2 are visible and can be avoided altogether if so desired. Battles are turn-based, allowing the party to engage the enemy with a variety of melee and spell attacks.
Characters can be positioned at the front or back of the group, affecting both their attack and defensive capabilities. An option is also available to let the computer fight battles for you. Magic attacks are based upon the five elements: Earth, Wind, Fire, Water and Thunder, each having its own advantages and drawbacks. Though some characters are more adept magic users than others, each character will gain more advanced magic attacks as their levels increase.
Working Designs has packaged the game with a host of extra collectibles. Featured in the set is a music CD of the game's soundtrack, a "Making of Lunar 2" CD, cardboard character standees, a full-size Lucia pendant, an overworld map, and a leatherette hardbound instruction manual.
- PublisherWorking Designs
- GameLunar 2: Eternal Blue Complete
- PlatformSony PlayStation 1
- ESRB RatingT - Teen
- ESRB DescriptorMild Animated Violence, Mild Language, Suggestive Themes
- Control ElementsGamepad/Joystick
- Number of Players1
- Release Year2000
- Game Special Features
- Journey through the world with Ruby and her friend Hiro
- Explore over 100 pages of a hardbound art book and instruction manual
- Featuring three game CDs, a "Making of Lunar 2" video, and one music disc
- Journey through the world with Ruby and her friend Hiro
- Game SeriesLunar Series
Most relevant reviews
- thedreamcastmas...Oct 12, 2014by
A worthy sequel to one of historys best RPG's.
An absolutely stunning game. The original Lunar has been considered a classic since it was released on the Sega CD and the crown jewel of legendary publisher Working Designs. Against all odds they've managed to make a worthy sequel in Eternal Blue. Like the original Lunar it is full of colorful, memorable, and lovable characters with the world of Lunar acting as its own. As great as the original was Lunar 2 has several improvements working for it that in some ways actually make it the superior game. For one, it is a longer game and has more cut scenes. The battle system is more refined making encounters less tedious and each character has a greater variety or magic/skills that fit into the game well. even status based attacks are worth using, unlike every single other rpg in the world. Additionally there seems to be a greater variety of monsters to fight in general. Without spoiling it I must say that the story is at least on par with the original. If you're a "true believer" in the series I highly recommend dropping the huge chunk of change on the complete edition of the game. It includes a leather bound booklet, full map of the world, a brilliant soundtrack, a making of CD, mini card board stand ups of the characters and a full size pendant (an important in game item). All and all it feels more "complete" than fans of the Sega CD version will recognize and no one will be disappointed by this enthralling adventure. By far one of the best RPG's of the 32 bit generation. Funny, clever, engaging. Everything you'd want and more.Read full review
- mousquisherDec 23, 2012by
A wonderful game for any fan of anime, RPGs or just plain good storytellin'
Lunar 2: Eternal Blue Complete is a wonderful RPG that was groundbreaking in it's day, with over an hour's worth of hand-drawn animation, spoken dialogue and an intricate-yet-user-friendly combat system. L2:EBC takes everything good from its predecessor, Lunar: Silver Star Story Complete, and improves upon it.
While Lunar 1 was a fun but simple romp around the globe to find pieces of the legendary Dragon Armor, Lunar 2 is centered around its characters. The story of this second game leaves a greater impression on the player than the first and has the player feeling for the characters.
If you can find a copy of this game and Lunar 1 with all the extra stuff they originally came with, go for it. These games came standard with 'making of' DVDs, soundtracks, and more goodies at a time when 'collector's editions' were fairly rare here in the US.Read full review
- supersj4gokuJun 21, 2016by
Top 5 RPGs of all time
This game is easily one of the top 5 rpgs made of all time.
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- fullmetalderpyh...May 12, 2008by
An enjoyable old school romp through RPG land!
For those that played this on the Sega CD, you will be pleased to know the remake is just as good as the original. Some things were tweaked, but all of the things you love are still here: the cliche story, the awesome characters, the wonderful voice acting, and the same, turn based battle system of the original. Now defunct Working Designs made a great game here with plenty to see and do and well worth the effort to talk to everyone and take your time with the game. The voice acting is excellent, but the new option to turn the battle voices off may be the winner for some players, as they can get redundant, especially when battling the final boss! This game has just enough of a challenge for your average gamer while keeping the ones who are looking for a challenge intrigued with the bonus dungeon in the Epilogue. Go on an adventure to once again save the world of Lunar! And, for collectors, Working Designs has given you a treat! This game comes with 2 different disc art variants (Hiro, Ruby, Lucia variant is the more common, while Ronfar, Leo, and Lemina is much, much rarer!), a jeweled case that holds all 3 game discs and 1 Making-Of CD with interviews for both the American and US companies; a complete soundtrack with its own sleeve and a special "Omake" or "Extras" box that includes a paper map, a ton of character stand-ees, and a beautiful replica of Lucia's Pendant with it's very own pouch! And if all that wasn't enough, it is all housed in its own collectors packaging. Maybe if you're lucky, you'll even see Victor Ireland selling SIGNED copies! I highly reccomend this game to any RPG-lover! If you didn't play the Sega CD version, make it a mission to find the original if you loved this remake!Read full review
- emtar24Jun 19, 2010by
I have collected the Lunar series for a while now and to be honest if you want an old school type of game this is the one for you. They masterfully combine Anime with game play and you really get the feeling like you know the characters with in. Lunar Silver Star Story got the game rolling and it didn't disappoint in any way and luckily Lunar Eternal Blue kept the same style and while the story was different kept you hooked to the good graphics and great story arch that lunar is famous for. If you buy this game be preparied for a great collectors item and a great game.