From the village of Burg, a teenager named Alex sets out to become the fabled guardian of the goddess Althena...the Dragonmaster. Along with his girlfriend Luna, and several friends they ... See full summary »

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Kikuko Inoue ...
Alex / Luna (voice)
Rokurô Naya ...
Ghaleon (voice) (as Rokurou Naya)
Kôichi Kitamura ...
Quark (voice) (as Kouichi Kitamura)
Rei Sakuma ...
Nall (voice)
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Alex (voice) (as Ashley Angel)
Rhonda Gibson ...
Luna (voice)
Margaret Gel ...
Nall (voice) (as Jackie Powers)
Hal Delahousse ...
Quark (voice)
John Truitt ...
Ghaleon (voice)
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From the village of Burg, a teenager named Alex sets out to become the fabled guardian of the goddess Althena...the Dragonmaster. Along with his girlfriend Luna, and several friends they meet along the journey, they soon discover that the happy world of Lunar is on the verge of Armageddon. As Dragonmaster, Alex could save it. As a ruthless and powerful sorceror is about to play his hand, will Alex and company succeed in their quest before all is lost? And is his girlfriend Luna involved in these world shattering events? Play along and find out. Written by Robert C. Edwards Jr.

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December 1993 (USA)  »

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Was re-released in 1999 on Playstation as Lunar: Silver Star Story Complete. See more »

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[in the ending movie, Alex's other friends evacuated safely from Fortress of Althena which is crashing into the water, but Alex and Luna made it out]
Jessica de Alkirk: [about to cry after Alex and Luna who never got out] Oh, Alex... Luna...
[as Alex's friends watches from distance where the flying fortress exploded after hitting the ground, a brief glitter was shown. Jessica, saddened by Alex and Luna's disappearance leans on Kyle and cries as Kyle embraces and comforts her]
Kyle: Alex... Dumb kid. Why'd you take the ...
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Followed by Lunar: Eternal Blue (1994) See more »

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LUNAR
Opening Theme
Performed by: Mayumi Sudou
Composed by Noriyuki Iwadare
Arranged by Takashi Kudo
Lyrics by Isao Mizoguchi
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The ultimate RPG: Lunar the Silver Star
2 March 2009 | by (Sacramento, CA) – See all my reviews

Lunar: The Silver Star (1992) has to be the greatest role playing game ever made. No other game can come close. I played this game on the Sega CD back in 1995. I used to work in a video game store and I find this game in the back and I was hooked. The story line is cool and all of the characters are likable and the game play is near flawless. The game came out again in a modified version for the Playstation and GameBoy Advanced. A few sequels followed but none of them could ever match the original awesomeness of the first Lunar tale.

The late Working Designs software company should be commended for releasing this game for the North American market. I love the translation of the game. If you enjoy role playing games, I suggest you find a copy of Lunar: The SIlver Star.

Highest recommendation possible!


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