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Baten kaitos: Eternal Wings and the Lost Ocean (2003)

Baten kaitosu: Owaranai tsubasa to ushinawareta umi (original title)
According to the story, an evil god named Malpercio invaded the world and sucked the oceans dry, leaving the islands floating around in the sky. He was defeated by 5 spiritual heroes, who sealed the evil god in the form of 5 "End Magnus."

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Kalas (voice)
Bianca Allen ...
Xelha (voice)
Jeff Gedert ...
Gibari (voice)
Thomas J. Melesky ...
Lyude (voice) (as Thomas Meleski)
Rachel Walzer ...
Savyna (voice)
Yuko Yunokawa ...
Mizuti (voice)
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Emperor Geldoblame (voice)
Janica Southwick ...
Melodia (voice) (as Janika Southwick)
Michael Rhys ...
Giacomo (voice)
Amy Colyer ...
Ayme (voice)
David Neale ...
Folon (voice)
Carolyn Miller ...
Corellia (voice)
Peter von Gomm ...
King Ladekahn (voice) (as Peter Gomm)
Greg Dale ...
Dr. Larikush (voice)
Tom Clark ...
Calbren (voice)
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According to the story, an evil god named Malpercio invaded the world and sucked the oceans dry, leaving the islands floating around in the sky. He was defeated by 5 spiritual heroes, who sealed the evil god in the form of 5 "End Magnus."

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16 November 2004 (USA)  »

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One of the end of dungeon bosses in Baten Kaitos is called the Gnosis, which also features in the video game Xenosaga Episode 1: Chikara he no ishi (2002) (VG) as the invading alien force. Both games are developed and published by the same companies. See more »

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Kalas: Pigeons.
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An interesting role playing game with a unique battle system.
24 March 2007 | by See all my reviews

I am a role playing junkie, I love almost every role playing game of this type there is...however, I never cared for free playing ones where you create your character and stuff, not my style. This role playing game follows a band of travelers trying to find the mystery behind these strange seals and an ancient god. The world they live in consists of island continents floating in the sky each one representing a country. The main players seemingly on the side of evil come from a land with more technology than the other islands...they are also a ruthless empire intent on ruling the other lands as well. Our heroes come from varying islands themselves as is typical of a role playing game of this type. There are some interesting plot points, one in particular, but the story is pretty basic. Most of the characters can sprout wings, but this really did not seem to serve a point to anything other than to give our characters really cool wings during the fights. You are sort of a character yourself as you play the guardian spirit to our hero Kalas, from time to time you can make choices and suggest things to him. The most unique part of this game is the fighting. I am not the type of person who wants to fight and fight, I play role playing games more for the story, and don't get me wrong this one is more story based, still the fighting was an actual plus. It consists of offensive and defensive turns and utilizes a card based system that when used correctly can yield great amounts of damage or make an enemy's attack virtually useless. It is a great fighting system. One of the flaws of the game is the voice overs, I didn't mind their voices so much as the fact it sounded as if they were talking through a coffee can or something. Other than that, and a couple of other minor points this one was rather fun to play and enjoyable.


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