Lunar Legend is an iconic game for Nintendo’s Game Boy Advance role-playing genre. The game was developed by Japan Art Media and published internationally by Ubisoft in 2002 to markets such as North America and Europe. The game is also translated into many languages to reach more countries.
The Lunar Legend takes place in its plot with a science fiction world in which humans have supernatural abilities such as the use of extraordinary powers and boundless magic. The main character Alex is a young boy in the process of building his dream of becoming a second Dragonmaster Dyne, who is his idol. He and his best friend Ramus accidentally discovered a cave of dragons. Here, he is infused by an old dragon with the extraordinary power he is dreaming of. The hero’s burden has risen within Alex and makes him begin to explore new journeys.
You will start playing by playing Alex’s role and begin your exploration journey with one fixed point. You need to find more teammates to accompany by trying to swap and dialogue with other characters to get consent to become their teammates. They will tell you more about the dangers and how to improve your level, including strengths, skills, and attachments. These are the decisive factors to the ability to win, although this is a game that emphasizes strategy. Matches will happen randomly, depending on the location on the map. As you face off against an enemy, the game screen splits into two parts for you and your opponent. You have the right to choose tactics and support items to win. You should try to change your strategy by analyzing each opponent’s strengths and weaknesses, so avoid using the same process for all matches because if you do, it will be difficult to win many games.