JRPG Study Time is a new series where we explore the vast world of JRPGs and how they have evolved. We start with a look at the title that laid the technical and narrative ground work for many games to come.
Tagged: Game Boy Color
The third Lufia game was at one point going to hit Sony hardware, but instead wound up on the Game Boy Color. Seventeen years after its initial release, the time has come to see what it looks like from a current perspective.
Many post-apocalyptic societies have been envisioned over the years, but this one has swords and sorcery. Which is still like plenty of other post-apocalyptic worlds, but it’s a neat place anyway.
Why so late with the thunder sword????
What happens when we retroview a remake of a classic NES game? Well, we spend a lot of time roaming around the world and pressing attack.