After a meteor wipes out the majority of forces from the nations of Uhra and Khent, Kaim joins Seth and Jansen to investigate the Grand Staff at the behest of the council of Uhra. At the ... See full summary »


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Cast overview, first billed only:
Keith Ferguson ...
Kaim Argonar (voice)
Seth Balmore (voice)
Ming Numara (voice)
Kim Mai Guest ...
Sarah Sisulart (voice)
Cooke (voice)
Mack (voice)
Michael McGaharn ...
Jansen (voice)
Tolten (voice) (as Chad Brandon)
Sed (voice)
Gongora (voice)
Peter Renaday ...
King Gohtza (voice)
Kakanas (voice)
Shelly Callahan ...
Lirum (voice)
Roxian (voice)
Maia (voice)


After a meteor wipes out the majority of forces from the nations of Uhra and Khent, Kaim joins Seth and Jansen to investigate the Grand Staff at the behest of the council of Uhra. At the Staff, the three are captured by hostile scouts who take them to Numara, where they meet with Queen Ming, another immortal who has lost her memory. The queen allows the group to go free in Numara, where Kaim meets Cooke and Mack, his grandchildren, who join the group after the death of their mother. News eventually arrives in Numara that Gongora has encouraged Tolten to reestablish the monarchy in Uhra and prepare for war. The general of Numara, Kakanas, uses the opportunity to usurp control of the country from Ming, forcing her to flee with Kaim and others as enemies of the state. The group travels towards the nation of Gohtza, hoping to seek help from its King. On the way, Sarah Sisulart, Kaim's wife, joins the party after she is recovered from the Old Sorceress Mansion.

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6 December 2007 (Japan)  »

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Rosuto Odessei  »

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10 September 2009 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

It's funny to me now, how I almost gave up on this game completely. A couple of months ago a friend gave me three of his Xbox 360 games to borrow for a while. One of these was Soul Caliber IV, the other I can't remember the name of, which is ironic since the one I can't remember the name of was actually the one I had wanted to borrow in the first place as far as I can remember. Anyway, the third game was Lost Odyssey; he threw in Soul Caliber and LO because he wanted me to play them and see if I liked them. So I played Soul Caliber IV for a while and enjoyed it, and then I decided to try Lost Odyssey. At first, I was bored and convinced that, being an RPG novice, I wouldn't be able to play the game properly. So I cast it aside without giving it much of a chance. I'd barely even made it past the first city.

So, yeah, I wasn't into the game and I soon forgot about it. My friend asked if he could have the game back, if I wasn't willing to play it. I said yeah, but we both forgot about it and I didn't see him during the summer, when I realised I still had the game. One day I randomly put it on again and this time I started playing for real, and soon found myself hooked. The game is four discs long, and it took me about a week to get through three of the discs. That's how much the game sucked me in, and had me addicted.

The story is of Kaim Argonor, an immortal who lives in the human world. His memories have been erased and he cannot remember who he is and what he has done in the past. He soon meets up with other immortals, and also mortals, who become his close friends. As time goes on, he begins to remember, as do the other immortals whose memories have also been erased.

I won't spoil the story, I'll just say that this game is great. I haven't got much to compare it to since I'm not really much of an RPG gamer, but in my eyes it is one of the best looking, deepest games I've ever played. I've played Final Fantasy X, but it was so long ago that I'm not sure I can really compare the two games. Still, Final Fantasy fans may want to give this one a look since I've heard the music composer of the FF series helped with this game. Anyway, it's a really good game and deserves to be recognised as an amazing RPG.

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