12 Lunar SSS Demo Impressions

After months and months of waiting, American Playstation owners finally got a chance to sample the masterpiece that is Lunar Silver Star Story. Actually, I should say years and years of waiting because I actually played a demo of the japanese Saturn version back in the summer of 1996 (3 years ago) so it feels like I've been waiting forever for this game to come out. Anyway, the demo is out now, the game is finished and all we have to do now is wait in agony until the game finally ships to stores everywhere. Just to wet your appetite even more, we now have 12 reader impressions of the demo for you to read today. In there you'll find many opinions from people who never played a Lunar game before, from people who played the import version, from people who played the original version on the Sega CD, etc. Because of those different perspectives, you get a good idea of what to expect. Some people are happy to finally play this game they've heard so much about while others who played it before think it was improved in every aspects and there are others who think that some things were better in the original Sega CD version. Like I said, there's a lot of different opinions in there but one thing seems to stick out from all of these opinions: Lunar Silver Star Story is a great RPG and this is one thing that everybody seems to agree on so far. You can check out those RPGFan reader demo impressions by clicking here.

Date Updated:
April 27th, 1999

Time Updated:
10:39 AM


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