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'Summoner: The Prophecy' (NGC) - Screens

by Rainier on Nov. 27, 2002 @ 9:45 p.m. PST

On a storm-swept ship, the adventure begins. You are the Queen of Halassar. Thousands have fought and died for you. Millions adore you as the “goddess reborn.” Your fate is written in the Book of the Prophets. You are the savior of all creation. But your enemies are strong. The King of Galdyr wants you dead. Sinister factions plot your downfall. The armies of Urath march on your borders. Below Munari City, the mysterious Unseen weave a dark conspiracy. And now one of your own has betrayed you. A thief robs your inner sanctum. Intrigue lures you to the Midnight Sea. In a howling tempest, your destiny begins to unfold. Today a new batch of screens, njoy!

FEATURES:

  • Battle your enemies in real time with a party-driven combat system
  • Explore over 30 exotic and imaginative 3D locales, from the tropical isle of Teomura to the bizarre and dreamlike City of Masks
  • Fulfill Maia’s prophecy through an immersive, character-driven story. Rule the Kingdom of Halassar and interact with hundreds of NPCs
  • Transform the “language of gods” into twelve powerful summons, from the Blood Juggernaut to the Blade of Sand
  • Control up to three characters at a time, and build your party from a roster of eight unique characters with specialized attacks and spells
  • Customize your characters using a flexible skill-point system. Learn to craft deadly poisons, cast a meteor storm, or devour your enemy’s soul
  • Improved texture resolution and color in all environments
  • Enhanced lighting in all environments
  • New character models and textures for lead party characters Maia and Taurgis specifc to Gamecube
  • High resolution audio FX and soundtracks taking advantage of 16 megs audio RAM

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