Ys: Book 1&2 (1990)

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You play as Adol who goes on an adventure fighting monsters, later on, he climbs Darm Tower to fight Dark Fact. In the Sequel, Adol is sent to the floating island of YS to save the people from the demons and monsters, and to fight Darm.


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Director:

Masaya Hashimoto

Writer:

Tomoyoshi Miyazaki

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27 October 2005 | brainwarp
By far one of the best RPGs out there. Dragon Slayer, Alundra, and Vagrant Story.
I loved Y's 1, 2, 3, 4 on the Turbo Duo (PC Engine in Japan) by NEC. Y's 4 was all Japanese though, so never completed it. Y's 1&2 were by far the best of the Y's series. 4 was more like 1&2, but all Japanese, so was hard to play and enjoy as much. I know there is a Y's for the PS2 now and I really want to try it.

Dragon Slayer is also another awesome RPG on the Turbo Duo.

Playstation 1's Alundra (not Aludra 2 though) and Vagrant Story are two more awesome RPGs.

I have yet to find an RPG that I can say really stands out on the PS2. Final Fantasy lost me with FF7 and up. Though I mostly liked FF1-4 If anyone knows of any great RPGs for the PS2, I may check them out. But so far I haven't really enjoyed any of them. Hated "Kingdom hearts", ICO was too slow.

Really, I think the only 3D RPG I have really liked so far is Vagrant Story on the PS1.

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Japan

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