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Aidyn Chronicles (N64)
Name: Aidyn Chronicles (N64)
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  • Description

    Aidyn Chronicles takes place in a fully 3D environment. What does this mean? Well, most RPGs are either 2D games, which appear flat with a top-down view, or else they use 3D characters on prendered backgrounds. Both of these methods have their advantages, but both lack the realistic feel of a world that is true 3D. With Aidyn Chronicles, you can go anywhere you can see, with no loading, black screens or transitions. If you see a cave or path, you can explore it fully - there's no artificial restrictions.



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    by David Pugh from North Carolina United States
    01 Jul 2004

    its been probably about a year since i have played aidyn chronicles,but it was the firs rpg that i didn't find boring or annoying like any of the final fantasies, i thought rpgs were pointless and the battle system (turn based) of ff annoyed me.The only reason i even hired it was that i saw it at my friends house and the battle system is still turn based but alot more fun and strategical.no one seems to like this game at all, even with its flaws and 4 hour dependable crashes.it took me 50 hrs to finish,the games is so open and expansive especially for a catridge,the range of monsters and weapons and armor each with positives and negatives.The storyline was ok and it had the predictable quirkiness to it but it was a very enjoyable game and i was extremely sad and annoyed at having finished such a good game.it is entitled chronicles, are ther going to be anymore.


    Features

    Real-time, 3D polygonal environments and beautifully animated 3D characters. 

    Unique blend of action and turn-based combat provides maximum control while keeping 
    the feel and flavor of an RPG. 

    Dozens of items, weapons and spells. 

     Rich, involving story line with nonlinear aspects - player can choose what order to complete tasks in. 

    Thirteen different playable characters, up to four characters controllable at one time. 

    The world itself is huge, with towering cliffs and sandy beaches, gloomy swamps and deep forests, arid deserts and snowy mountains. 

    Of course, this vast expanse is filled with creatures, both friendly and hostile. Human towns dot the landscape, and the cities of the mystical Mirari and fabled Jundar await the more determined adventurer. 

    These places are havens from the dangers of the road, where fierce monsters - some not seen in a hundred years - wander, waiting for unwary travelers. In a town, you'll often find a weaponsmith skilled in the production of swords or bows, a master of arms to hone your fighting skills, or a sorcerer to teach you more spells in one of the four schools of magic. 

    But more valuable even than these things is the information you'll receive. Depending on your attitude, townspeople may be glad to help you or become angry and insult you. But all have some information that is valuable to your cause.