May 15, 2019 posted by


I went through my entire childhood calling this “Legend of Legalia”. Learn how and when to remove these template messages. I absolutely adored this game back when it first came out. After Cort merges with Juggernaut and becomes a gargantuan, the heroes defeat it. I’ll have to rectify that someday. Seems all good and well, I know, but before you can get cozy, your rinky-dink estate is attacked by Juggernaut after some other things happen in a quick manner , a gigantic monster that is in need of a serious attitude adjustment.

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Also, some button combinations during a fight unleash special moves using your Ra-Seru. I had some sports games from relatives that did not know me well, some THQ-made licensed games from legqia with the best of intentions, and some RPGs that I bought for myself – those were my favorites.

This is a turn based game, yet legai is quite imaginative; like your Agl agility and speed determine whether to go first or second etc.! Noa was a pure attacker because her bar allowed for long combos. A good combat system can go a long way in a JRPG, as much as those games are so heavily story driven I’d argue that the combat system is actually more important. It’s like a blend of turnbased rpg with fighting game style attack input. Condition is Brand New.


Great legais I’m super excited I got this game for the price I got it, also it arrived a day earlier than expected so that’s a plus.

This PSX title features 3D models with high-resolution textures. I remember I had my dad order this game from some weird catalog solely because it had the double disc case, like FF7 did, so I figured it was an RPG.

Later in the game, when you can enter in many different commands, you can actually start to superimpose multiple arts into one powerful string of attacks. Zeik Follow Forum Posts: I selected the game based solely on its cover because I was a stupid kid, but once my friend discovered his first art, some kind of backflip kick, he seemed hooked on the game. He leads a normal life with the peaceful townsfolk until one day something changes all that and he finds himself on a quest to stop the relentless advance of the Mist.

Legend of Legaia – Wikipedia

These are fun and brilliantly made. They were created by the Source Forge, the world’s creation located inside Demiurge Tower, along with three magical stones.

One of my favorite things about Legend of Legaia was how it actually changed your character’s outfit based on what items they had equipped whereas Final Fantasy and Chrono Cross only changed the weapon. I also remember it was the very first game I ever bought with my own money. Though this post is definitely about the most obscure game i’ve covered and it is not as elgaia as I tend to go.

Gone but Not Forgotten: Legend of Legaia

Oh man I forgot about this game! The number of strikes is used and affected by several factors for each status.


It doesn’t stop there for voices, each attack of martial arts has 2 or maybe 3 different voices behind it. It’s a good one-time-only 40 hour drive through a single disc game filled to the brim with an intoxicating way of kicking ass. The player controls each characters and only three for the battle screen, while others cannot replace the leading one. He even has somewhat of a love interest with a local girl, with long, green hair and all, named Mei.

On top of refilling your AP meter, defending extended the length of your attack bar for one turn after defending. I am clearly a fan boy of the game, but theres good ground basis on that.

There’s nothing wrong with a good old-fashioned world saving adventure story in a JRPG if you do it right. It is pretty darn unique, and I think a game could take its fighting game input premise and turn it live action if they wanted to. I was too young to properly play this game when I had it. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Great game overall though. I guess it’s just a matter of execution. Outside of battle the game has all the typical RPG fare: You can immediately see the difference the moment you try to play Legaia 2: