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Wild Arms Advanced 3rd
Sony Computer EntertainmentCompatible with PlayStation 2™ (PS2™)
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descriptionVirginia Maxwell chose this trip on a steam train just because she was bored by the monotonous life in a sleepy village and wanted to explore the world. Treasure-hunter Jet Enduro thinks the train will bring him to a place where a flower with magic powers can be found. Gallows Caradine is a shaman of his tribe and is the guardian of a sacred artifact. Clive Winslet is just a cynical adventurer and bounty-hunter. Now they all must face the danger: the train they ride on is being attacked. They decide to work together.
This third installment of Sony's popular series continues the tradition of two previous games, adding a stronger emphasis on the Wild West atmosphere. Instead of three main characters there are four, and in the beginning of the game you must play as each one of them before bringing them all safely on the train. The battles are random, with a FP gauge which fills while attacking and defending, and usage of Arms and magic which require FP, similar to the second game of the series. Other similarities include the search system (towns and dungeons are not indicated on the map until you discover them), the ability to cancel a random battle and special abilities used outside of battles to solve puzzles. An interesting innovation is a dialogue based on key words, similar to a system commonly used in adventure games, which allows a more flexible use of dialogue options.
|Official Release Date||Mar 14, 2002|
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