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- Product InformationIn a time long ago, an unjust ruler by the name of Emperor Barbarosa took control of a peaceful land with an iron fist. Tired of his tyranny and oppression, a woman named Odessa Silverburg rose up and formed a revolution to end Barbarosa's evil reign. Son to one of Barbarosa's generals, Teo McDohl, joined with Odessa and headed up the Liberation Army. Together they gathered recruits to amass the 108 stars of destiny and overthrew Barbarosa. They forged a land of unity and peace and for the time everything was calm.
Such was the setting for Konami's sleeper RPG triumph, Suikoden. Now, three years after the fall of Barbarosa, a new war threatens the peaceful land. The Highland Empire, ruled by the Blight family, has instigated a war with the peaceful city-state Jowston. After much fighting a peace agreement is finally formed between the two sides. The main character and his childhood friend, Jowy, are soldiers in the war and are sent to oversee the treaty talks. Overjoyed by talks of the end of the war, all the two can think about is finally returning to their hometown, Kyaro. But something goes terribly wrong and the two are cast off, branded traitors to their country. After being exposed to treachery, power, greed, everything that come with war, the two must struggle with their own destined path. You must once again bring together the 108 stars of destiny and put an end to the war.
And so begins the epic saga that is Suikoden II, the next episode in Konami's amazing Suikoden series. New features to the game not found in the original include: New tactical, turn based war battles which offers total control, upgraded graphics and new special effects on spells and animations, 108 characters to help you in your quest, each with a different ability and purpose, the option to use your Suikoden data from the first game to unlock hidden storylines and an improved and unique "castle building system" exclusive to Suikoden.
- GameSuikoden II
- PlatformSony PlayStation 1
- ESRB RatingT - Teen
- ESRB DescriptorMild Animated Violence, Suggestive Themes
- Control ElementsGamepad/Joystick
- Number of Players1
- Release Year1999
- Game SeriesSuikoden Series
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- usflegendMar 07, 2012by
This game represents every reason why I can't stop playing games.
There are so many reviews for this game but none capture the true appeal of this game. This game has something most games do not have. -Organization -Amazing story -easy controls -emotion / drama -extras " tons " -goals -fun minigames This story goes deep into your soul and will keep you entertained to the end and after. You will not be able to put this down once this journey begins! I would advise anyone who loves RPG's to try this game out. This price is steep but once you play you will relize why. Note: Play Suikoden 1 first and try to get 100 percent in that game. The save file carries over...no spoilers so I wont tell you what happens. Enjoy!!!!
- spazwillJul 29, 2011by
Awesome game! Worth every penny that you would spend on it!
I played this game far back when it first was released by borrowing a friend's copy. I was enthralled and pulled into a world that consumed me. The story and game play are of epic proportions and many of our current generation of games could learn a lesson from this game. Over the years I've tried to get a copy of this game and I have finally succeeded. Needlessly to say it was worth every penny I spent on it. If you want a game for it's story and the depth of the game play it provides, then this is one for you. How many games can you name where you can pick from 108 characters to play? Not that many and most of those if not all belong to the series that this game is from. I've played every game in this series and this one by far is the best.
- 1043787795@dele...May 21, 2011by
One of the rarest gems of RPG titles that is simply awesome.
This is like the hardest game to find. The first was added to PSN but in 2 years they've never made part 2 available that way. It's a great game series and S2 is indeed a rare gem. What makes this game and the others in the series so unique in the 108 stars of fate and while it may not be a popular as Final Fantasy, it has a great story and gameplay. If you love RPGs then this game if worth playing.
- 892283553@delet...Jun 21, 2009by
Rich score, great replay value.
One of the first things I notice about any RPG is its musical score. Miki Higashino strikes a good balance between themeless, complex background music similar to the style of Hitoshi Sakamoto and epic, rich recurrent themes. Her use of deep chord structure, percussive syncopation, and conflict-resolution is appreciated and is just one more of the reasons this is such a great game. I bought this when it first came out and its continually jumping street value has justified the purchase of at least two more games. The replay value on this game is great--this game is a completionist's nightmare. The Clive subquest, collecting all the recipes, and playing around with all the possible combinations of 108 playable characters, each with rich portraits and stories, make this a game I can't help but pull down from the shelf once in a while. It's not without fault, there are a few typos, plot inconsistencies, and a little frustration every time you want to go back to a particular town only to find it's under siege by the Highland Army. Still, so much care was put into this game, it's score, visuals, sounds, sub-quests, characters, and minigames that this is well worth the dough for any RPG collector. Read full review
- loiganApr 10, 2009by
An amazing RPG both in it's day and today.
This game is amazing. It has a typical turn based RPG battle style, the magic in this game runs off the 'Rune' system. Which Is a lot like the Materia System in Final Fantasy 7, the main difference being that there is no MP in Suikoden, instead you can only use each Rune a certain number of times before you ned to rest to 'Recharge' them. In addition to this system there are also Duels and War Battles. The Duals pit the Hero against the Enemy and you have various commands you can use and you must predict your enemy's moves to be successful. Then in the war battles you control many units and you move around a grid representing a land area and fight the enemy units. All of these systems are a lot of fun and never get old. There are 108 characters that you can recruit to join you (Any Suikoden fan knows this to be a hallmark of the Series). You have a Castle that you can decorate and this is where your people live. This RPG has a great story and will keep you guessing until the end. Anyone who like's RPGs will love this game, it is worth every penny. Even if you are new to RPGs, no RPG could be a better introduction then this game. Get it, I highly recommend it. Read full review
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