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Golden Sun (Game Boy Advance)

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www.nintendo.com:

    Harness the power of the elements and the fury of the Djinn.



    Ace developer Camelot forges an epic story of good vs. evil, brilliant graphics, a great combat system and even a multiplayer vs. mode into a stunning RPG.

    Golden Sun transpires in a world shared by two immense continents, Angara and Gondowan. Here alchemy rules and rare individuals called Adepts have mastered Psynergy, or the ability to telekinetically move items and attack. As the game begins, two villainous mages hatch a diabolical plot to use four Elemental Stones to wreak unspeakable horror on Angara. And so Isaac and his fellow Adepts embark on a perilous journey to reach the stones first and save the world.

    For more about the world of Golden Sun, visit the mini-site at: www.gameboy.com/goldensun.

    Golden Sun has been rated "E" for Everyone by the ESRB, with a "Mild Violence" descriptor.

    Contributed by Xoleras (66236) on Dec 31, 2004.

Back of Box (U.S./Canada):
    In a dark time, an epic adventure dawns...

    Evil is slowly covering the world. Forces of darkness are pursuing the lost art of Alchemy, and as they draw ever closer to their foul purpose, mankind hangs in the balance. You and your companions are the last hope: armed with noble weapons, magical Psynergy, and a host of elemental creatures, you must find a way to stem the evil tide.

    • An enormous RPG shines on the Game Boy Advance! With incredible graphics, an engrossing story line, and a huge world to explore, you'll be playing long after the sun sets.
    • Unbelievable magic! Gather the four types of elemental creatures-fire, water, wind, and earth-and combine them in different ways for some of the most awe-inspiring magical spells ever seen.
    • Go head-to-head with a friend! Link up with a Game Boy Advance GameLink cable (sold separately) and sqaure off your parties in a no-holds-barred battle!

    Contributed by JPaterson (9147) on Jan 30, 2003.