Golden Sun: The Lost Age

Golden Sun: The Lost Age

released on Jun 28, 2002

Golden Sun: The Lost Age

released on Jun 28, 2002

The story of Golden Sun: The Lost Age picks up right near the end of the first game. Golden Sun veterans will be surprised to learn that The Lost Age is played from the point of view of the party being chased as they try to light the remaining two lighthouses, which will unlock the power of alchemy for the world--or will it instead unlock the world's destruction? * LAN PVP mode via GBA Game Link Cable


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This is a big improvement over its predecessor and while it's still a game that's not without flaws, I can't help but be swept up in The Lost Age. The systems have been made more engaging and refined with a revamped class system, dungeons feel more well-designed, and the game is also just much more massive. All that said, I felt like the game's open-endedness worked against it at points, with such a minimal level of direction that it necessitates exploring everywhere. The random battles are also total fodder, with 99% of them beatable just by mashing the A button. The story is also fairly weak and feels like an afterthought to the rest of the game. Most of these flaws feel more like relics of the time, so it's hard to fault the game too strongly, but they are still things that I thought of during my playthrough. Worth adding that this is perhaps the single best looking Game Boy Advance game I have ever seen, it's stunning what Camelot has done within the limitations of the system.

this game is an an odd one to me. The fights are boring, the dungeons are decent but nothing too special, the story and characters are laughably bland, but the worldbuilding and exploration are so well made that it made me actually want to finish this

More hype than expected just by finally seeing the rest of the overworld.

La suite direct du 1 MAIS

Le potard des puzzle a été tourné à fond..
Ceux-ci sont excessivement long, nombreux & répétitifs.
Interrompu par de nombreuses rencontres aléatoires.
Ceci m'a rendu le jeu pénible.

En plus de l'histoire qui (comme pour le premier) semble sympa mais difficile à comprendre car de nombreux dialogues ne veulent rien dire.

Second part of Golden Sun. Great jrpg. More interesting, and the soundtrack is as good as always. The graphics are nice too, for a GBA game.

Ich. Liebe. Dieses. Spiel. Mindestens 10x durchgespielt, der Plot am Ende ist ZU krank, Musik ist ist baba. Und ja, bin ziemlich biased, liegt aber auch daran, weil das einer meiner ersten richtigen Spiele war, die ich gespielt hatte.