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Legend of Legaia (PSX)
Name: Legend of Legaia (Playstation)
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  • Description

    A strange mist blankets the world of Legaia. It has brought madness and rage to all it touches. To survive, the people live on the outskirts of civilization. They thought they were safe from the Seru creatures, which have been changed into killers by the mist. Unfortunately, they were wrong. Still, there is hope. In the town of Rim Elm, a young man named Vahn has bonded with a food Seru. With the help of some new friends, Vahn sets off to restore the seven genesis trees--the only hope left for Legaia.



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    Awesome
    by Jason Kline 06 Feb 2008

    Legaia is a first-generation PlayStation RPG, and its visuals show this. As a vast 3D RPG, it makes exhaustive use of polygons and the palette used for any detail isn’t the best one you will see on the console. Think Final Fantasy VII, but a tad worse. Your characters look like Lego blocks, with hugely deformed hands, legs and bodies. Their only remarkable traits are their faces, but this can only be observed during battles and cutscenes since they’re merely midgets the remaining time. While it is possible to make out these facial details even in towns and when you’re loitering about, they look like dummies. As a matter of fact, the same can be said about everybody, humans and monsters alike, although the latter get away with murder by being original and bearing a multitude of funny or gory details.


    Features:

    Fully 3-D game world

    Wide variety of mini-games

    Innovative battle system

    Rich, epic soundtrack

    For 1 player