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It’s an addictive game with very high replay value because it offers a lot of choice to the player in how they want to focus their time within the game.And because it’s procedurally generated, it also offers a wide variety in terms of level design and challenges to the player as well.ARC Entertainment Working Designs 2002 PSOne Classic on PSN Sequels on PS2 Arc the Lad playable (7 story, 6 summons story, 1 summons sidquest): Arc, Poko, Kukuru, Gogen, Tosh, Chongara (Kelack, Mofly, Hemo-Ji, Fu-Jin, Rai-Jin, Odon, Choko), Iga Arc the Lad II playable (21 story, 1 sidequest, 198 monsters): Elc, Lieza, Paundit, Shu, Shante, Gruga, Sania, Diekbeck, all characters from Arc the Lad return and Chongara's summons are separate characters now Arc the Lad III playable (6 story, 1 sidquest, 3 temporary): Alec, Lutz, Theo, Cheryl, Marsia, Velhart, Anrietta; and Elc, Shu, and Tosh as temporary characters #compilation #grid #savelink #turn #traditional Konami. Your monster retains levels, but the main character (Koh) does not. I wasn't too big on the genre after this generation. Coming out of FF7/8 I can see the dissention, though. I guess the "being everywhere" genre approach works for it. The only bad thing was this flood of games severely burned me out...

Where to Buy: Unfortunately it’s very old and hard to find, at time of this review there is one copy left on amazon, being sold for 0 Keep your eyes on this page here: You can also check out the reviews there and see for yourself that this is a great game.

Geeky: Sweetie: Overall: 57 / 80 71% C- “Good Game For Girls” Concept: 10/10 Azure Dreams was one of my favorite games growing up.

In fact, I still find myself playing it, almost 20 years later.

Favorite Dear: Junpaku no Yogensha is a mix of RPG/Strategy/Dating Sim that only needs two buttons (the L and R buttons are also used, but their only use, albeit a useful one, is scrolling up/down menus faster).

Time Crisis, be it played either with the control pad or with the Guncon Light Gun, only uses two buttons. Puzzle games, for the most part, only use 2 buttons.