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    Is it possible to change my User Name without creating a new account?

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    Quote Originally Posted by SpaceDreamer
    Is it possible to change my User Name without creating a new account?

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    Send me an email with your request.
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  4. #4 The Legend of Heroes II: Prophecy of the Moonlight Witch 
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    The Legend of Heroes series is probably one of the most confusing series you’ve ever come across. For starters, Prophecy of the Moonlight Witch is the third in the series, after the two Dragonslayer games, and also the first in the trilogy within the series, yet it’s called the Legend of Heroes II. That’s fine though: it’s the second game of the trilogy to be released, with A Tear of Vermillion being the first. But then Namco Bandai announced this game as the prequel to Vermillion; meaning Prophecy should’ve been released first. Apparently they weren’t planning on releasing Prophecy in the States because they didn’t think it would be as well received as it had been in the East, so Prophecy, also known as The Legend of Heroes III and The White Witch, was put to one side while Bandai worked on the translation of A Tear of Vermillion for the US. But when fans started asking for the other two games to be translated, Prophecy was quickly brought back, given a release date and a new name. But that inadvertently made this game the first, second and third game in the Legend of Heroes series. Confused? Don’t worry. Just concentrate on the fact that it’s been translated for us to enjoy: that’s the most important thing.


    In Prophecy of The Moonlight Witch, you join Jurio, a laid back guy but also quite shy, and Chris, a lively female and the more dominant of the pair, as they follow their village’s coming of age tradition of visiting the five holy shrines in the different kingdoms surrounding their home. Like Avin is the swordsman in A Tear of Vermillion and Mile is the healer, Jurio and Chris have the same characteristics so it’s easy to slide into their roles as soon as the game starts. The storyline does seem a little basic at first but after the first few hours of play you’ll soon realise there’s more to it than just visiting shrines. Different events will cause you to stray from your path for a while but may lead you to more clues about the mysterious Moonlight Witch, whose prophecies are said to have caused many villages to prosper, but just as many to suffer. The desire to find out more about her and finding out the effects of her prophecies is what really what makes this game so absorbing, and you may find yourself playing for hours at a time.


    What’s nice about the game is that the graphics have stayed exactly the same so if you’re already familiar with the glorious 3D environments in A Tear of Vermillion, you’ll be right at home with Prophecy. Shops and hotels are available in each town, and so the money you earn from defeating monsters will earn you a night’s rest or allow you to buy some high quality weapons and armour. The battle screens are the same too so the turn-based play stays as simple as ever. There are a couple of name changes in menus and names of attacks are slightly different but these are also recognisable and so it’s easy to select the move you want, select the monster you’d like to attack, then repeat for the next character until each one is ready to perform their attacks. And the soundtrack is also just as melodic. Whether you’re wandering around the towns and countryside or heading into battle, the music changes appropriately and rarely feels repetitive.

    Just like in A Tear of Vermillion there are several characters that will join your party as you travel to each shrine, each with their own motives for accompanying Jurio and Chris - Lodi’s to avenge his father’s death; Huck, Chris’ uncle and a researcher of The Moonlight Witch; and Filly’s to follow and help Jurio as often as she can – and all just as likeable as the duo. The pets remain the same too, but the system has had some work so that you can interact with them more. By feeding them foods bought from Kand shops they can perform specific magic attacks before the battles start, and ones bought from Chapel stores will increase your defence or heal your party. This is a big improvement and gives you a lot more control over how you’d like your pet to help you, though your pet’s moves can be a little unpredictable when in a bad mood.


    There have also been a couple of adjustments to this mid 90’s port that have really helped to improve the game. The translation was very poor in the previous game but has really improved in Prophecy. There are still a few cases of bad grammar buried in the text but they’re barely noticeable this time round. And at the end of each chapter there’s now the addition of short FMV sequences to illustrate the summary. These seem to have been taken out of A Tear of Vermillion: all that you saw during the chapter summaries is the text, so the addition of these fills up the void effectively.

    It’s hard to expect a lot of improvements on Prophecy, considering that it was made before A Tear of Vermillion, and that it’s also a port of the Japanese PC game, but the pet system has been enhanced since it’s previous outing and the translation has improved significantly but it could still do with some fine-tuning. The storyline is as gripping as Namco Bandai promised, though some will find the final battle a little anticlimactic. Nevertheless, Prophecy of The Moonlight Witch is an enchanting RPG that you’ll enjoy from start to finish.

    Overall: 83%


    Posted on 01/10/06 by Steph
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