Lunar: Eternal Blue (1994)

Video Game  -  Action | Adventure | Drama  -  September 1995 (USA)
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When longtime friends Hiro and Ruby discover a strange visitor from another world, they find themselves on a long journey to find the Goddess Althena and stop the mad godlike Zophar from ... See full summary »


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Cast overview, first billed only:
Mark Zempel ...
Kelly Weaver ...
Lucia (voice)
Jennifer Stigile ...
Jean / Ruby (voice)
Ned Schuft ...
Ronfar (voice)
Kathy Emma ...
Lemina Ausa (voice) (as Kathy Ostrander)
Blake Dorsey ...
Lunn (voice)
Emmunah Hauser ...
Mauri (voice)
Ty Webb ...
Leo (voice)
Dean Williams ...
Borgan (voice)
Jonathan Esses ...
Nall (voice)
Katie Staeck ...
Althena (voice)
John Truitt ...
Ghaleon (voice)
T. Owen Smith ...
Zophar (voice)
Kathryn Kirk ...
Old Luna (voice)


When longtime friends Hiro and Ruby discover a strange visitor from another world, they find themselves on a long journey to find the Goddess Althena and stop the mad godlike Zophar from rebirth. Many other characters with their own stories to tell join the party throughout the adventure. In the end it comes to one question: can Hiro save Lunar or will Zophar bring the tiny world into darkness forever? Written by Zaldymir

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In the darkest hour, hope springs eternal.


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September 1995 (USA)  »

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Lunar 2: Eternal Blue Complete  »

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Much of the spoken dialogue used in the new version of Lunar Eternal Blue for the Playstation actually reuses dialogue from the Sega CD version, even in cases in which a different actor is performing a character's voice. See more »


Mauri: That fool! Ronfar is doomed to die a fool's death.
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References Let's Make a Deal (1963) See more »

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I love this game, best RPG ever!

Being the owner of a Sega CD, I was lucky enough to get a copy of Lunar: The Silver Star. After playing that, I wanted more but I didn't think Working Designs would make another Lunar game. I was very pleased to be wrong when I found out they would be releasing Lunar: Eternal Blue. They pushed the graphics more and have another strong musical score. The gameplay is basically the same as Lunar 1, except you can power up the magic power of your different party members. You have another great set of main characters, along with interesting secondary characters which lead the plot into numerous twists and turns. The game also have plenty of side quests to go on even after you've completed the game!

The story picks up 1000 years after the original game. You join Hiro, a young archaeologist-type explorer, and Ruby, a baby red dragon, searching an ancient ruin. After escaping the perils of the ruins with new found treasure, he learns of strange goings on occurring at the Blue Spire. Accompanied by Grandpa Gwyn, Hiro follows his curiosity and is led into a new set of exciting adventures. My favorite RPG character is Hiro, mainly because of his awesome Poe Sword attack. No spoilers here, you should definitely buy this game, it is worth the money. They released it for Playstation with updated animations and graphics. You won't be disappointed.

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