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Riviera: The Promised Land


Atlus
Compatible with Game Boy Advance™ (GBA™)
Works on all systems sold worldwide.
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features

  • Exquisite hand-drawn graphics with over 100 character expressions and event scenes
  • Over 30 hours of intense RPG gameplay with multiple endings
  • Five exciting varieties of mini-games that unlock rare items and secret paths
  • Unique item system that allows items to function differently depending on which characters equip them

description

Long ago, a war between gods and demons--Ragnarok--erupted, and the world was thrown into a state of chaos. Asgard, the realm of the gods, was overrun by demons and was on the brink of destruction. In desperation, the gods sacrificed their very lives to create fierce warriors known as Grim Angels. Each wielding a godly weapon known as a "Diviner," these angels quickly brought the war to an end. The demons were sealed away, but the gods would soon follow. However, the gods were able to leave behind their power in the heavenly isle of Riviera.

The movement and search controls are best described as modified point-and-click. Instead of directly controlling the movements of Ledah and Ein, the game gives you movement choices on every section of the map. You simply chose the direction you wish to go with the Control Pad when you are in Move mode.

The same approach is taken with items on any given map. To go from Move mode to Look mode, press A. Arrows indicate items on the map. If you want to trigger the item, press the Control Pad in the corresponding direction of the arrow.

Each item has a Trigger Point value. Every time you defeat an enemy, you gain Trigger Points. You shouldn't feel obligated to look at every item, especially if you have a low number of Trigger Points, but looking in treasure chests is a no-brainer.

If confronted by an enemy, you get to chose four items to take with you to the fight. The basic weapons are the powerful Diviners, but Ledah and Ein will pick up other weapons and items such as potions along the way. The Diviners offer unlimited attacks. Other weapons and items have limited uses. The characters also learn Over Skills, which are powerful attacks that can be unleashed when the Over Skills meter fills. Each attack on an enemy adds to the meter.

Although your characters level up with experience, you cannot choose which attributes to level up.

On occasion you'll be required to participate in a small test of skill. You'll need to either push a series of buttons or tap a button repeatedly. Otherwise, the gameplay is pretty straightforward.

further info

Genre RPG
Version  US
  ESRB Teen
Titles rated T (Teen) have content that may be suitable for ages 13 and older. Titles in this category may contain violence, suggestive themes, crude humor, minimal blood, simulated gambling, and/or infrequent use of strong language.
PAX-Code PAX0000564281
Catalog No.  AGB-BREE
Item Code  0730865850150
Players  1

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Average rating:  (5 out of 5)
Total votes:3

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ZikZak (16) on 12, Aug. 2005 17:11 (HKT)
A Sakura-Taisen like ?
Great new RPG for the GBA.
You control an angel surrounded by female for a quest against other angle who want to destroy riviera.
The game contains a lot of humour, characters are very fun and attractives.

A great game with more than 20 hours of adventure.
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Spengler (39) on 25, Jul. 2005 10:50 (HKT)
Harem anime meets RPG.
Very cool RPG with great graphics, sound & humour.

This is the first GBA game that has demanded so much of my attention in quite a long time, but as this is an RPG it is probably not suited to everyone\'s taste.

Overall I\'d have to say this is definitely one of my favourite GBA games.
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