Monday Morning News
Eldorado Gate, is coming to your (Japanese) Dreamcast this August. The first chapter is retailing at 2800 yen, and 24 volumes total should be released bimonthly.
New info on Natsume's Lufia: The Legend Returns for Gameboy Color. It's the third installment of the popular RPG series and is set to release in North America by year's end. In this installment, 100 years have passed since the events of Lufia 2. You play as Wein, who must find 11 warriors who have spiritual power, in an effort to reseal the 4 Sinistrals on Doom Island, who have returned once again. Character descriptions are as follows:
Seena - a 16 year old girl who has set out to solve the mysteries of the 4 towers that have appeared out of nowhere.
Wein - a 17 year old who is a descendent of Maxim.
Melfis - a 20 year old princess who was once confined to a tower.
Randorf - a 72 year old swordsman and faithful servant to Melfis.
Dei - a skilled, 24 year old thief
Aima - a 26 year old monk
Deckard - 32 year old pirate
Ruby - A seductive, 21 year old female gambler.
Milka - a 25 year old elf, who loves nature.
Isac-Shia - an inventive, 43 year old magician
Chelsee - a 13 year old girl, who dreams of being a star.
Bareia - 28 years old and the last vampire
Yurist - a 27 year old poet, wanderer, rambler, and gambler.
Panapas - an 11 year old musician and artist.
Moose - a capsule monster who can understand humans.
Balzak - the god of fire.
The Academy of Interactive Arts & Sciences Interactive Achievement Awards, held during E3, have been announced. In Craft Awards, for Outstanding Achivement, Final Fantasy VIII picked up awards for both Art Direction and Animation. It was also the console RPG of the year. EverQuest was the Online Game of the Year.
May 22nd, 2000