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ⓘ Lufia, known as Estpolis Denki in Japan, is a series of role-playing video games developed by Neverland. In Japan, the games were originally published by Taito ..




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ⓘ Lufia

Lufia, known as Estpolis Denki in Japan, is a series of role-playing video games developed by Neverland. In Japan, the games were originally published by Taito and later, its now-parent company Square Enix, and after the closing of Taitos North American branch after the release of the first game, Natsume Inc. Atlus USA in the U.S. While the games are primarily traditional 2D RPGs, they draw on elements from many other genres including action-adventure, monster collecting, and puzzle games. In the 1990s the games were originally developed on the Super NES while the most recent installment, Lufia: Curse of the Sinistrals, was developed for the Nintendo DS and was released in Japan on February 25, 2010 and in North America on October 12, 2010. The series currently consists of six games, including this most recent installment.

                                     

1. Setting

The Lufia series spans the course of two centuries, beginning with the defeat of the god-like Sinistrals in Lufia II: Rise of the Sinistrals. These events are followed by Ruins of Lore, which takes place 20 years after Rise of the Sinistrals ends. Fortress of Doom picks up another 79 years 99 years after the events of Rise of the Sinistrals later. The current series ends with the Sinistrals final defeat in Legend Returns, which takes place 101 years after Fortress of Doom.

                                     

2. Characters

Lufia follows the exploits of the hero Maxim and his quest to defeat the Sinistrals; after his death, this task is taken up by his descendants through several generations. One of his descendants is Wain, the main male protagonist of "The Legend Returns".

                                     
  • minor league baseball team, nicknamed the Gades Gades, an antagonist in the Lufia video game series Gwen Gades, Canadian publisher and founder of Dragon Moon
  • Graeme Tialu Jarrad Lane Jericho Tanuvasa John - Paul Leota Lotufou Muliaga Lufia Hunt Michael Eldridge Pua Leautu Taliaamiomama Maukeni Timothy Konelio Tino
  • minigame Final Fantasy XIII - 2 Hey You, Pikachu Jade Cocoon Kinectimals Lufia II: Rise of the Sinistrals Megami Tensei Monster Rancher Neko Atsume Ni
  • Amon, one of the four Sinistrals, evil gods and primary antagonists of the Lufia series of videogames Amon Witch Hunter Robin a character from the Witch
  • husband in Rebecca novel by Daphne du Maurier Maxim, the main hero of Lufia II: Rise of the Sinistrals In crime: Maksim Gelman, imprisoned for murdering
  • catfish mimicking Namazu s habits appears as a boss figure in the video game Lufia II. The Pokemon Whiscash, originally named Namazun resembles a catfish
  • the original on June 10, 2018. Retrieved June 10, 2018. RPGFan Reviews - Lufia the Fortress of Doom RPGFan. July 9, 1999. Archived from the original
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  • disbanded. A cadre strength motor rifle division was placed on its territory Lufia with a large database storage of weapons and military equipment now disbanded
  • Character designer The Last Remnant 2008 - Art producer, Character designer Lufia Curse of the Sinistrals 2010 - Character designer Chaos Rings 2010
  • games in the genre, most notably Final Fantasy and Dragon Quest, but also Lufia and EarthBound, amongst others. With the release of Dragon Fantasy Book

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