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Illusion of Gaia (1993)

Gaia gensouki (original title)
Tim (Will in the North American version, Paul in the European version) is just an ordinary boy with uncanny psychic powers. He did not know a use for them, until he stumbled into "Dark ... See full summary »

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Tim (Will in the North American version, Paul in the European version) is just an ordinary boy with uncanny psychic powers. He did not know a use for them, until he stumbled into "Dark Space" and met Gaia, a goddess that resembles a disembodied head of an old woman with dread-locks. She tells Tim that he is needed to stop the "Comet of Doomsday" from hitting the Earth, mutating every living thing on Earth as well. Plus, Tim also needs to search for his father, whom was lost on an advanced expedition. Tim meets new friends and with the help of Gaia, learns new special powers (such as transformation), so he can be worthy of destroying the "Comet of Doomsday". However, what is causing the comet to appear? Written by Chibi Riza

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1 September 1994 (USA)  »

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Shira: Look in the sky. The comet is so beautiful. After years and years the comet approaches Earth, then recedes. Some say it's an unlucky star. Some say it's a lucky star... Will. What do you think?
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After the credits, Kara, Seth, Lance, and Erik are shown in a modern school, running towards Will. See more »

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What a gem of a game!
19 June 2010 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Instead of going out and buying a Playstation 3 or Xbox 360, I figured I should play all of my old games that have been on the shelf. This game is one of the best, if not the best game I have played on the super Nintendo. This game, unlike Zelda, didn't get a lot of commercial success. Sort of like Crystalis on the regular Nintendo system, the game didn't finally hit full stride until the game was out of production. I only played the game because I had heard it was from the makers of Soul Blazer (another great game). The story line was pretty decent for this game, but I really liked the game play. The main character (Will in the U.S. version) moves around smoothly and the reaction time of the weapons is great. As with Soul Blazer, the music was great. I honestly have little to complain about this game. The only thing I don't like is having to fight the bosses over again at the end of the game. I felt that was a waste of time. Other than that, I have nothing bad to say at all about the game. It's a great role-playing game that I recommend for those of you who like similar styles of role-playing games. If you have it laying around and haven't finished playing it, then get out your old snes system and get playing!


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