Golden Sun: The Lost Age User Reviews
A multitude of characters
Many puzzling riddles and mazes
Low replay value right after finishing.Summary:
As the second game in the series, Golden Sun: The Lost Age carries on the story from where it left off in Golden Sun. You play as Felix, a man struggling to come to grips with what is right, and what is wrong for the world. You must make your way to both the Jupiter and Mars Lighthouses, and ignite the beacons to restore balance to the world of Weyard, but at the same time releasing the danger of alchemy upon the world. Solve puzzles, defeat monsters, and save the day as you travel on the mission to unlock the Golden Sun.
Golden Sun: The Lost Age has many good aspects, which make it an aweso...
- Battle System
- Game lenght
Sometimes it gets really really hard and confusing, the main character was 'mute', and the ending literally sucked.Summary:
In The Lost Age, you play as a character named Felix, and it basically has the same plot and storyline as Golden Sun did. The graphics are really well put together, and when you get to do certain summon attacks with your characters, it isnt really choppy or anything, which shows off the games true beauty. The characters are entertaining and fun to play with seeing as how they all have unique, and nice moves and they are nice to get hooked to.
Other than that, the enemies are fun to fight because there is just such a wide variety of enemies wherever you go, just like a traditional RPG game. B...
It has a really good plot. It also makes you never want to put it down which is great for a good gamer. I also thought the graphics were good for gba. I thought it was cool that it left off right from the first one, so if you played the first one all the way through you could start playing pretty much where you left off. I think it was a good idea to add the INSERT CLEAR DATA which made the first team of player's in the first one to have there stats and stuff for part two.The bad:
I thought they could have made world in which you traveled on look better. It also could have had some better bad guys.Summary:
Overall I think this is a good game for BIG rpg fans. It's a GREAT portible game for if you are traveling. You can't get tired of it, I mean I could barley put it down and at least an hour later I had to pick it up! If you know your game's and your NOT one of those DUMB gamers (come on all of you guy's know what I mean) you should get it!
Golden Sun: the Lost Age, Camelot's brilliant sequel to the GBA game, Golden Sun, is by far the greatest RPG on the GBA of the time. Everything about it is great with an exception to the ending, which is a letdown. You also get to play as eight characters instead of four(eventually). Isaac speaks in this game!The bad:
As stated above, the ending to TLA was one thing I found to be remotely bad. Another thing I thought was a letdown was the fact that Felix has contracted Isaac's mute disease. The replay value is also rather poor, but none the less, you may very well find yourself playing the game again and again.Summary:
In TLA, the player gets to play as Felix, Jenna, Sheba, and another, mysterious Water Adept from the lost continent of Lemuria, Piers (or Picard).
The Graphics: The graphics are some of the best graphics the GBA can offer. Everything about the graphics are awe-inspiring. The graphics will draw the player into Weyard. The summons in the game look particularly amazing.
The Plot: The plot to TLA is one of the greatest ever thought of. The game is full of plot-twists; it's nearly impossible to predict what will happen next.
The Psynergy: Yes, the psynergy that made Golden Sun a great game is back ...
I, like any other rpg guru can appreciate a well made and thoughtful game. Camelot has undoubtedly undone themselves once again. This game is amazing plain and simple!
The graphics is where this game shines! It is nothing short of the best on the gameboy advance. The character sprites are very interactive, using a wide range of emotions and gestures making the game quite enjoyable. The bosses look great and so does the world map. The weapons, like the previous games are very nicely design and so are the summons which explode with colour and life. The new unleashes look great ...
Golden Sun: The Lost Age is a wonderful RPG, and the sequel to Golden Sun. There's hardly anything bad about this game. If you bought Golden Sun and liked it, this game is a must. You will soon get addicted to it, and it will take you long to beat it (it's even longer than Golden Sun, and that one already toke me 2 months to beat). Plus, there are some exciting twists near the end of the game which will show you what is going to happen if you don't complete your mission... ^^
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