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Zill O'll, the latest RPG offering from Koei for the Playstation may very well be one of the hits this fall when it is released on October 7 for 6800 Yen. Just how is it different from all the other RPGs that are out there?

Well....Zill O'll lets you choose either a male or a female main character and before you start, you will be asked a number of questions that not only will affect your starting stats, but will also affect which story you will follow.

There are 5 Starting points in the story of Zill O'll (2 Starting points for each sex and 1 shard) and depending your answers to the questions asked, your starting position, as well as your story, will differ.

Zill O'll revolves around the idea of Soul Points. You receive Soul Points each time you accomplish a mission successfully at a guild and these Soul Points are divided into 6 categories: Brave, Kind, Search, Belief, Wild, and Cool and by allocating more points to each category, not only will you gain access to more skills and magic, you will also be shaping your character to act in certain ways.

With detailed graphics and an interesting system, Koei may have one of the more interesting RPGs that will be released this fall. Will is succeed? Only time will tell!

Date Updated:
September 29th, 1999

Time Updated:
2:37 PM


WooJin Lee

Related Links:
  •   Zill O'll Screen Shots
  •   Koei


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