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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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The Spirit Awakens...

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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: I feel the power... Growing within me... MY WINGS! LOOK AT MY BEAUTIFUL WINGS! I don't need YOU anymore... BWAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!
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Baten Kaitos is Great!
11 December 2004 | by (Nanaimo, British Columbia) – See all my reviews

Baten Kaitos is a wonderful game full of twists and turns which will leave you wanting more. It's developed and produced by the same two companies that brought you Xenosaga Episode I and II. There are plenty of cutscenes but only one FMV. This is at the beginning of Baten Kaitos. The story is incredible, but the Voice Acting isn't too good. Monolith could have chosen a much better Cast or Director for Baten Kaitos.

Baten Kaitos is an RPG, where the battles are played through Card. Don't get me wrong, this is nothing like Yu-Gi-Oh, or Pokemon. This has all the elements and RPG should have and does not get repetitive. The story continues and there is very little backtracking. You use the Magnus Cards to select how your turn is to be played.

The battles can be somewhat tedious at times. They can become quite challenging. However, if you lose in a Boss Fight, you do not return to a Save Point, but can select whether you would like to try the Boss Fight again. This saves the work of having to go from a Save Point, through the same cutscene again, to the battle.

My Rating: 7/10


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