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Lufia GBC Poll

The Lufia series has brought RPGFans deep into an involving story in which both Lufia games cover quite seamlessly. However, the series has been moving backwards in time ever since Lufia II: Rise of the Sinistrals took place 100 years before Lufia & the Fortress of Doom. And now, the recently announced Lufia: The Beginning of a Legend will supposedly take this series back further to the younger days of Maxim and, who knows, it might even answer some of the mysteries still left in the series. At this point, your guess is as good as ours, so Sensei Phoenix and I have formulated the following question:

"What would you like to see in Lufia: The Beginning of a Legend?"

To get you up to speed on the series, feel free to read our Lufia & the Fortress of Doom and Lufia II: Rise of the Sinistrals reviews as well as our Lufia: The Beginning of a Legend news story. When you're ready, head to the main page to cast your vote!

Last week, when our readers were asked to choose which game shown at TGS made them excited, Final Fantasy IX won, yet Grandia II, Dragon Quest VII, and Phantasy Star Online were not too far behind. Needless to say, lots to be excited about at this Spring's TGS! If you would like to see the results, they're available in the poll archives!

That's it for this week's poll. Happy voting!

Date Updated:
April 16th, 2000

Time Updated:
12:54 PM


Stahn Mahn

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