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Arc the Lad: Twilight of Spirits

Arc the Lad: Twilight of Spirits (PS2) game cover art
Platform: PlayStation 2
Genre: RPG
Developer: Cattle Call
AKA: Arc: Twilight of the Spirits (EU), Arc the Lad: Seirei no Koukon (JP)
Publisher
Region
Released
NA
06/24/2003
EU
01/30/2004
JP
03/20/2003

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Staff Reviews

Arc the Lad: Twilight of Spirits review

Reviewed July 01, 2006

Gary Hartley says: "Perhaps the best way to sum up Twilight is to share the impotency of its biggest sidequest. Each party has a dreaded arena they must face, each giving the parties severe limitations on what they can or cannot do. These arenas are maniacal at times, outnumbering you with competent foes that can easily beat you and your limited team down in a heartbeat. Struggling through these test -- each requiring 40-50 straight victories and a good few hours of constant work -- rewards each team with a secret character. These characters are either throwbacks from the original Arc the Lad series or quirky brand-new members for you to enjoy. They exist on a slightly higher level than your standard squad personnel and manage to avoid most of the stereotype pitfalls the others wallow in. They hit hard, amuse, and look the part. But they're only usable in random battles; they're disclosed from plot-driven affairs"
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Reader Reviews

Arc the Lad: Twilight of Spirits review

Reviewed May 24, 2004

jdog says: "A goal almost universally sought after in this day and age is a sense of self. From people, to bands, to companies, identity is a pinnacle that most everyone wants but few realize. Even video games fall into the pool of this unspoken desire, often trying to mark their piece of the gamers' terrain with anything from honed physics to inventive and revolutionary mechanics. Some games even identify themselves with diversity, masterfully easing a passenger through high speed chases, tense shooting..."
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Arc the Lad: Twilight of Spirits review

Reviewed March 06, 2004

ratking says: "Life is anything but black and white; good or bad. Things are much more complicated, and in Arc the Lad: Twilight of the Spirits (ATL:TOTS), they make that lesson very apparent. Instead you are thrown into a world where two races believe the other to be evil, and two people that tie them together. While they are of the same blood, you quickly learn that how they were raised effected their attitudes. Learning the traits of these protagonists is what makes Arc the Lad go on, and turns the newest i..."
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