Rogue Galaxy begins on the planet Rosa with the title hero, Jaster Rogue, a young man with avid dreams of exploring the galaxy. Unfortunately for him, Rosa, despite being a planet on the ... See full summary »

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Jaster Rogue (voice)
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Kisala (voice)
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Zegram Ghart / Henry / Borga / Golba (voice) (as Steven Jay Blum)
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Lilika Rhyza (voice)
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Simon Wicard (voice) (as Greg Ellis)
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Izel / Tony / Ragnar (voice)
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Rogue Galaxy begins on the planet Rosa with the title hero, Jaster Rogue, a young man with avid dreams of exploring the galaxy. Unfortunately for him, Rosa, despite being a planet on the outskirts of the galaxy, is rife with highly contested natural resources. As a result, the planet has been placed under occupation by the Longardia Commonwealth in order to ostensibly defend it against the Draxian Empire. Its citizens live under their oppressive control and are forbidden from leaving the planet. However, thanks to a few misunderstandings and a series of fortunate events, Jaster is recruited by a gang of space pirates who mistake him for the legendary hunter, Desert Claw, and he joins the crew of the pirate ship Dorgenark along with her captain, Dorgengoa, as they leave Rosa. He will eventually find himself taking part in a galaxy-wide search with the crew for a legendary planet said to hold the secrets of a highly advanced and vanished civilization along with possessing enough wealth ... Written by H2Yo

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In Japan, Rogue Galaxy sold close to 400,000 units in just three months. See more »

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Lilika Rhyza: [Repeated Line] Be Careful. We'll lose our way if we're careless.
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Featured in Troldspejlet: Episode #38.5 (2007) See more »

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Rogue Galaxy (RPG For PS2)
12 May 2008 | by See all my reviews

Let me start off by saying this game is developed by Level 5, the company who is behind the games like Dark Cloud, Dark Cloud 2, Dragon Quest VII. Although I've played none of the previous games from Level 5 but Rogue Galaxy has made me interested to check them all out.

Story: Many people have criticized the storyline for not being good enough, it is certainly right to some extent, although the plot doesn't pickup when it needs to and in the final chapters of the game the story takes an emotional turn that isn't bad at all. In somewhat middle chapters of the game the story line loses its appeal but as I said before it picks well enough in the final chapters that makes the whole experience worthwhile. I would like to give the story 7 out of 10.

Graphics: I don't have any complain about the Cel-shaded graphics they are displayed and pushed to the limit & and the graphics certainly deliver on all aspects so I would like to give it a 7 out of 10.

Controls: Certainly the last and not the least, the controls here in the game are pretty addictive, you can easily jump into the action and understand the whole concept in about 2-days at least. The Revelationflow in the game resembels much to the Final Fantast XII Gambet System where you can upgrade and unlock powerful attacks and spells. Although sometimes it feels refreshing and sometimes it feels like being repetitive so I would like to give it a 7 out of 10.

Bottomline: There you've it folks, The Controls are there, the Graphics are excellent the Story has its ups and downs but it delivers in the end and the final soundtrack that'll steal your heart-away and some excellent voice acting. It is not to say that this game is excellent it has its share of weaknesses but the number its strength is much greater than its weaknesses. You would definitely wanna try this tile out either your in for the game-play,story or just like seeing the pretty cut-scenes all in all its a good entertainment and thats what counts.


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