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... Flece (voice)
Jenny Avery ... Rosalind (voice)
John Bakos ... Abbot Laurent (voice)
Joel Cory ... Machival (voice)
Charles Gerace ... King Bellias (voice)
Jeffrey Gibson ... Hierophant (voice)
Kevin Gudahl ... Carados / Guard / Pijian / Murod (voice) (as Kevin Gudhal)
... Jekhar (voice)
B.J. Jones ... Somehan (voice)
Roger Mueller ... Yago (voice)
... Joseph (voice)
Jill Shellabarger ... Aoqi / Queen Galienne (voice)
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Born of fate. Raised by prophecy. Chosen as a savior. Destined to destroy...


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26 October 2000 (USA)  »

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Summoner  »

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One of the first pure role playing games for the playstation 2.
28 April 2009 | by See all my reviews

Yes, this game came out as a launch title for the playstation 2. This along with Eternal Ring, Orphen and that one that had all the clothes changes and such in it as the first role playing games for the then new system. Of them all this was the most like a role playing game than any of the others. Unfortunately, after a rather promising opening scene where you are introduced to the character who is to become the summoner the game gets more and more dull. I have never seen so many long winded speeches and such at one point the game was like taking a history class or something. The fighting is weak too, as it is the first game that I had played that used the action turn based combat that would be later found in Knights of the Old Republic and Final Fantasy XII and I am not the biggest fan of this type of fighting. Either make it all turn based like all the other Final Fantasy games, or make it all action based like the Tales games and Star Ocean games. I really hate the hybrid as it becomes a pain to do spells and such. The story like I said started off okay, but got dull and the fighting in the end is a pain too as it becomes almost impossible to level up in the later stages of the game by fighting as you must rely mainly on doing favors for characters to get large boosts of experience which that is fine, but it makes fighting needless in the end. The ending is also weak as the credits can be accessed anytime you want on the main menu and the actual ending itself last all of a minute.


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