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The Last Story marks the reunion of two luminaries that helped shape the RPG genre; legendary creator Hironobu Sakaguchi, and internationally-recognized composer Nobuo Uematsu. Gorgeous pre-rendered cut-scenes help convey the full emotions of key story sequences in an epic tale of survival against the odds. The genre is also advanced with an innovative real-time combat system involving strategic party-based commands that include taking cover from enemy fire, destroying environments to gain a tactical advantage, and drawing fire away from your allies to give them time to cast powerful support spells. Once the battle system is mastered, players can test their skills online where co-op and versus mode for up to 6 players can net special rare items.
Embroiled in seemingly endless conflict, the Empire has been slowly weakened by the relentless onslaught of enemy forces. Despite the debilitated state of the mainland, however, a virtually impenetrable last line of defense stands proud and keeps hope alive for all the land. That beacon of hope is Lazulis Island, ruled by the renowned Count Arganan. With the employment of an army of weapons that magically –and mysteriously-- concentrates beasts into a single region, his island has become a small wonder for its powers.
Among those coming to the island to seek their fortune is Zael, a young man who at an early age was orphaned when his homeland became one of the many victims of battle. Though he and his band of fellow mercenaries often face disdain and fear as they are perceived to be of a lower class, they manage to catch the eye of none other than Count Arganan himself. If they can successfully complete the tasks put before them by the Count, they may have a rare chance to gain the most honorable status that they have only dreamed of - knighthood.
It is during one of these missions bestowed upon them that Zael discovers a hidden site, one which grants him a wondrous and yet familiar power to gather his enemies in one place…
Gotta say, this is a fun game. There is a LOT of dialog, but the game is clear cut enough that you don't need a manual to get through it.Published 1 month ago by Dave Ross
From a creator of the FF franchise, it is as we expect, a bit linear, but it is still a great game!Published 17 months ago by Vincent Savard
This game was one of the best I played on the wii. At first it's kinda hard to get used to the fighting control since I'm use to ex: Zelda one where you move the wii controler to... Read morePublished 18 months ago by Lea
It's convenient and i enjoy it. Try it i recommend it. Everyone should have it. i like it because it's fun.Published 19 months ago by Tassetoi
I liked the battle system at first but it got boring quick and the story was really crummy. And i know it's on the nintendo wii and i know graphics aren't everything but the... Read morePublished 20 months ago by Ian L