A child that survives the death eclipse falls into fate.




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A child that survives the death eclipse falls into fate.

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The best in the Romancing SaGa trillogy for the Super Famicom.
17 February 2003 | by (Sao Paulo, Brasil) – See all my reviews

Final Fantasy VI, eat your heart out and move over! Romancing SaGa 3 has taken your place in my books!

Plot: Every 300 Centuries, the Shizoku (Death Eclipse) wipes out every newborn life in the world, save for one. Will this child become a saviour or bring doomsday to the land?

Interesting plot, but there is much more to it, since it is not linear as you think, which makes it fun. No Spoilers here though.

The artwork by Mina Hwang (Tomomi Kobayashi in Japan) is quite beautiful and detailed. She is one of my favorite artists and storywritters alongside Keita Amemiya.

The soundtrack is also nicely done. Not quite as atmospheric as Rudra no Hihou's soundtrack, but nice none the less.

Romancing SaGa is a must get (or must download).

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