Xenogears (1998)

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Young warrior and artist Fei Fong Wong sets off on a journey that tests his faith as well as courage as he is suddenly thrown into a battle where no one is who they seem.



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Cast overview:
Hikaru Midorikawa ...
Fei Fong Wong (voice)
Tomokazu Seki ...
Bartolemew Fatima (voice)
Yumi Tôma ...
Elhaym Van Houten / Moira Quirk (voice)
Hideyuki Tanaka ...
Citan Uzuki (voice)
Yûji Ueda ...
Billy Lee Black (voice)
Mugihito ...
Rico Banderas (voice)
Michiko Neya ...
Emeralda / Chu-Chu (voice)
Ryôtarô Okiayu ...
Krelian (voice)


During a period of war, an artist with a forgotten past, Fei Fong Wong, encounters a mysterious giant machine that he finds he can control, and it forever changes his life as well as the tides of war. Large conspiracies are uncovered involving mysterious soldiers and battles are fought from all sides. Soon enough, Fei is forced to make crucial decisions while dealing with not only his own past but his faith as well. Written by Jimmy Costanzo <costanzo@bu.edu>

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The Beginning and the End
Music: Yasunori Mitsuda
Original Lyrics: Tetsuya Takahashi
Bulgarian Translation: Milcho Spassov
Conductor: Zdeavko Iliev Mihaylov
Mixing: Shuji Yoshida (Green Bird Studio)
Recording: Dimitar Dimitrov, Rumen Entchev (as Roumen Entchev)
Recording Assistant: Danail Ivanov
Recording Studio: Radio Studio, Sofia
Recording in Bulgaria Coordinated by: Yuichi Sugiyama (White Box)
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A very fine role playing game, its only flaw being second disc issues
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This game for the most part is excellent. Its story hooks you right from the get go and the combat is rather varied for a turn based rpg. Great characters and great story too. The combat is turn based, however for some of the fights you will fight using the characters themselves and you push the buttons in certain order to perform super attacks that you can chain together for deadly result. The other fighting involves mech warriors the characters pilot called gears, and while the fighting doesn't have quite the combos in this form you do get to do very devastating attacks to your opponent. The game features cut scenes ala final fantasy, however, with the exception of the first one most are done in an anime style. The story follows a young man whose tiny town is invaded by warring nations and who becomes involved with a rebel group to take back one of the countries at war. However, not all is as it seems as secrets are learned and outside forces trying to help one country over the other have appeared. There are a lot of mystery's to unravel, a super powered villain out to destroy seemingly everything, and people with differing motives to be found. Yes, this game would nearly be perfect until the start of the second disc and from here on out the game seems a tad rushed as you basically get told what is happening without any involvement in some areas and you must fight a little in others. I am guessing the makers of this game were pushed into releasing the game a bit faster than they wanted. Still after awhile you take control of the game again and it once again becomes very good, just a shame that this one section of the story had to unfold the way it did.

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