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Golden Sun 2 (2002)

Ôgon no taiyô: Shitsu warate jidai (original title)
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Picking up the story right after the events of Golden Sun (2001), The Lost Age, follows the previous games' magic-attuned antagonists Felix and his allies as they seek to restore the power of alchemy to the world of Weyard.

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Picking up the story during the events of the previous game, Golden Sun (2001). Golden Sun 2 aka The Lost Age, puts the player into the roles of a magic-attuned "adept" named Felix and his allies as they seek to restore the power of alchemy to the world of Weyard. Written by mdhaffa1995

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Lemuria The lost city in this game is a reference to what is thought to have been an ancient civilization (in our world) that which existed prior to and during the time of Atlantis. Physically, it is believed that Lemuria existed largely in the Southern Pacific, between North America and Asia/Australia, It is believed that the Civilization was wiped out between 25,000 BC and 24,000 BC. See more »

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On a particular small island, there is a puzzle in which one must push a few boxes in the water to then jump over to a treasure box. If one saves the game here and restarts later, one is stuck on that island for the rest of the game due to not being able to get back to the other side again. See more »

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Not as good as the first.
21 July 2003 | by See all my reviews

Golden Sun:The Lost Age,is a sequel to the popular Game Boy Advance RPG,Golden Sun. The first Golden Sun starred four teenage kids destined to save the world from another group of people trying to destroy it by releasing a great power onto the world. Golden Sun: The Lost Age,is the exact same thing,except that you play as a group trying to do what the group from the first tries to prevent:Lighting the Four elemental lighthouses and unleashing Alchemy(the great power) onto the world. Instead of the original 4,there are now 8 characters. The Djinn(Elemental monsters that you can summon) are back as well,with over 27 different Djinn,all from four different elemental bases(Earth,Fire,Water,Wind). Also there are new dual-Djinn summons,you can summon the regular four different summons that a Djin can become,and you can combine two elements to become one strong summon. (Like 2 Water Djinn and 2 Wind Djinn to create a summon composed of two elements instead of one). The world map is the same with the exception of Boat travel. You can go almost anywhere thanks to the boat you recieve later in the game. The enemies don't appear until mid-way through the game,and then you don't even have to win against them. In my eyes,the first Golden Sun is better,for these reasons: The main character,Issac is a mute in the first,no longer a mute in the second. Felix(the hero in the second)is a mute in the second,not in the first. In the first the wise man called Kraden talks a little too much,he talks even more in the second. While they are both good games with stunning graphics and great gameplay,I just like the first better. All in all I give this game a 9/10.


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