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  Game Name:
Terranigma
System:
SNES
Genre:
RPG
Players:
1
Developer:
Quintet
Publisher:
Enix / Nintendo
Release Date:
Japan: October 20th, 1995
Europe: December, 1999
 

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Terranigma - Creation of Heaven and Earth  (Tenchi Souzou for those critical of Japanese names which translates to "Genesis") is a little known gem published by Enix and Nintendo (Developed by Quintet). Some say that this is the last of a trilogy of two other games: Soul Blazer and Illusion of Gaia. Each we're produced by Enix and share a similar gameplay. This is not true, however, each of the games are loosely tied. Terranigma was released on October 20, 1995 in Japan, December 19, 1996 in Europe, and the game was unfortunately not released in the United States.

Assuming the role of Ark, you set out on an adventure to restore the continents of the world. An epic story reveals the game to not only be a fun experience, but an enlightening one as well. The score, produced by Miyoko Kobayashi and Masanori Hikishi is an incredible assortment of music tracks comparable to the Final Fantasy Series and as qualitative as tracks on some Playstation games.

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