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Magna Carta - The Phantom Of Avalanche (4-disc box)

Magna Carta - The Phantom Of Avalanche (4-disc box)

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  • Officially Korean licensed PC port
  • Windows 98/ME/2000/XP compatible
  • 3D game play (DirectX, OpenGL)
  • Minimum: Celeron 466, 64MB RAM


The history of Efferia can be categorized into 2 parts, before Apocalypse and after Apocalypse. Though the ancient people who lived in this continent had advanced great cultures and civilizations, however, they ruined all through Apocalypse (the Final war). Current people who live in this area mostly migrated to this continent after the Apocalypse. Calintz, the hero of Magna Carta, has a strong images of the Orient and have accessories that displays characteristic of Chinese coat with vest and troplayers. As an orphan, with his excellent skills and cool characteristics, he accumulated his reputations through numberless combats and got a nickname, "The Phantom of Avalanche". He also becomes an adopted son for king of Sirat. Calintz becomes a leader of best defense military troop "Shuwarz Strum for Shudelmir and the story begins when he leave the city with this troop.

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Genre RPG
Version  Korea
PAX-Code PAX0000102442
Item Code  8809035345528
Players  1


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FreeRPGer (1) on 01, Aug. 2011 07:20 (HKT)
Love this series.
I love Tears of Blood for PS2, and Magna Carta 2 for Xbox 360, but it seems I'll never play this one, because it hasn't been released in North America, or anywhere besides south Korea. I tried an English patch for this game, but didn't work. I want this badly, since it is the prequel to Tears of Blood (Crimson Stigmata). Release it in USA please!!!
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Anonymous on 04, Nov. 2006 02:38 (HKT)
Magna Carta
this is a great game. I am korean and i have played alot
but people mistake that this takes before tears of blood
both magna cartas are in different time and place.
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Anonymous on 05, Oct. 2006 07:54 (HKT)
I have seen Magna Carta\" Tears of Blood for ps2 in many game stores, however i did research and this is the before getting tears of blood in have to play the prequel or the whole storyline is ruined! However it seems no one has answered the question of what language it comes in! To those who have played the game, is it all korean?
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Anonymous on 23, Jan. 2006 22:05 (HKT)
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In regards to what Taran has said about the combat system being \"real-time\".
Actually, it\'s not.
You do have to wait turns to attack. And there\'s a limit as to how many steps you\'re allowed to take, which also takes an effect on the number of \'abilities\' (magic/spells thingies) you\'re allowed to cast.

I\'m not saying that it\'s a bad thing, though.
The game is addicting beyond believe.
I\'d recommend it to anyone.
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Bompi_82 on 05, Nov. 2005 18:59 (HKT)
Looks fantastic!
I have been looking for this game for about half a year now, but it looks like it still haven\'t come furter than asia when it comes to releas. Big bummer on the korean part. I think they miss out on some big bucks here. I just hope they take the next step..
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