Legaia 2: Duel Sagabegins in a small village called Nohl. The player assumes the role of Lang, a rookie member of the Nohl militia. The game includes features new to the RPG genre, including a unique battle system called Tactical Arts that allows players to enter a series of directional button inputs to call up special attack combos and maneuvers. Tactical Arts attacks will be accompanied by dynamic camera angles to further enhance the effects. Players will also have access to Origins, which assist characters in fighting battles and solving puzzles. Each member of the adventure party will have a different Origin available to him or her. Players can use these to battle enemies, heal injured party members, and destroy barriers.
I always thought I was one of the few people who really enjoyed Legend of Legaia on PlayStation. The reason for the divisiveness of opinion about the game was simple enough: the battle system was something you either really liked or not at all. Personally, I was absorbed by its innovative complexity and I also really enjoyed the game's story.Honestly I totally forgot the sequel was on its way so I have only played through it recently. It begins simple, as RPGs are inclined to do -- your character, … more