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Keith Ferguson ...
Kaim Argonar (voice)
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Seth Balmore (voice)
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Ming Numara (voice)
Kim Mai Guest ...
Sarah Sisulart (voice)
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Cooke (voice)
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Mack (voice)
Michael McGaharn ...
Jansen (voice)
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Tolten (voice) (as Chad Brandon)
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Sed (voice)
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Gongora (voice)
Peter Renaday ...
King Gohtza (voice)
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Kakanas (voice)
Shelly Callahan ...
Lirum (voice)
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Roxian (voice)
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Maia (voice)
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Wonderful, emotional and action packed!
18 March 2008 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

What can one say about Losy Odyssey, many have said the obvious that, "it doesn't reinvent the wheel", while this may be one could also say Lost Odyssey keeps things simple and that today is where I am coming from.

Lost Odyssey works from the Final Fantasy angle with similar fights and magic usage, this is what old school gamers simply adore, I being one myself was incredibly happy with this aspect of the game which enables a quick learning curve to take place.

Moving on, Lost Odyssey supplies a massive dose of fantastic written story line and emotional tales during 1000 years of dreams, its quite simply one of the best, however this is not to say that it is a weepy kind of game with many of your main characters memories spanning from description of being a soldier and a merc etc.

The graphics are some of best the Xbox 360 has seen and with tiny loading times this game just looks and plays amazingly smooth.

As a summary if you are a gamer who just loves action and an amazing story or are a fan of Final Fantasy games then I can safely say that this game will be for you.

For those who are interested I have complied a list of finishing times.

:For a quick mover who is not interested in the side questions: 35-45 Hours :For a gamer who enjoys to take in scenery and walk the towns while doing most side questions and optional bits: 55-75 Hours :Finally for a gamer who is considered hardcore, likes to take in everything they see and truly experience the game, completing every last bit and taking their time: 75-90 Hours My personal time: 74:58 Thank you for reading and if this has helped you decide if Lost Odyssey is the right game for you then good luck and enjoy the game!! 10/10 100/100 A++!!


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