Summoner 2

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In the previous game the summoner Joseph became the god Urath, reborn by uniting the eight rings of summoning. Joseph’s culture hated the goddess Laharah and called her the “goddess of death.”

This sequel takes place twenty years later in the realms of Halassar, Galdyr and Munari City which are across the world. You play Maia, who is the incarnate of the goddess Laharah and the powerful Queen of the realm of Halassar. Unlike Joseph’s kinship, Maia’s people worship Laharah as a benevolent creator. Maia was born with the mark of prophecy, her fate being written in the Book of Prophecy. From the beginning, she has welcomed her destiny and knows that she must fulfill the prophecy. What is unknown to her is the path she must follow to do so.

Summoner 2 abandons the combo-based real-time combat of the predecessor and is more action-oriented, with the player directly controlling the physical attacks of the main character. Instead of summoning creatures to fight side-by-side with Maia, she actually becomes the demon when it is summoned. Three characters can be part of Maia’s party at one time and AI scripts can be assigned to each. Different characters are introduced as the story progresses and Maia’s skills improve. It is also possible to choose to adventure in “solo-mode”, leaving the party members behind to go on alone.


Summoner 2 GameCube The main menu
Summoner 2 GameCube The eye icon means there is something to examine closer
Summoner 2 GameCube The mouth icon means you can talk with someone here
Summoner 2 GameCube You can find items in treasure chests, or by defeating enemies sometimes

Alternate Titles

  • "召唤者2" -- Chinese title (simplified)
  • "Summoner: La Déesse Réincarnée" -- French title
  • "Summoner: A Goddess Reborn" -- GameCube title

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User Reviews

Summoner 2 is a great improvement on the first Summoner PlayStation 2 Speaker for the Dead (8)

Critic Reviews

Nintendojo GameCube 2003 8.6 out of 10 86 PlayStation 2 Nov 29, 2002 85 out of 100 85
IGN PlayStation 2 Sep 17, 2002 8.4 out of 10 84
GamePro (US) GameCube Feb 04, 2003 4 out of 5 80
Game Chronicles PlayStation 2 Oct 18, 2002 8 out of 10 80 GameCube Apr 30, 2003 14 out of 20 70
GameSpy GameCube Feb 04, 2003 67 out of 100 67
Gaming Age GameCube Apr 10, 2003 C- 42
Game Critics GameCube Dec 08, 2004 4 out of 10 40
Super Play (Sweden) PlayStation 2 Dec, 2002 4 out of 10 40


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If you keep the Flaming Cutlass you get from the Pirate Captain, you can use it to unlock an easter-egg. When in the Tome of the Nhuvasarim, stand in front of a statue that resembles Luminar(from the original summoner) and attack it.

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