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Just RPG (Oct 30, 2009)
Millennium: A New Hope is another great turn-based RPG by Aldorlea. You are Marine, a young girl who just wants the people of Mystrock and the peasants to be equal. Your father harasses the people of Mystrock, just so the peasants could possibly live a better life. They seem to not care for you or your peasants, and instead break your father's leg. At that point, you know you have to change things through Martial Law. Gather your warriors and be the first peasant to ever challenge Mystrock.
RPGFan (Oct 11, 2009)
Millennium: A New Hope has edged out 3 Stars of Destiny as my favorite Aldorlea game to date. Anyone who has been hesitant to take a chance on an Aldorlea game should definitely give Millennium: A New Hope a look. Games such as this one and Warfare Studios' Dark Souls 2 are raising the bar on the kinds of production values players will soon come to expect from commercial RPG Maker titles and I eagerly await Millennium's next episode.
The Gamesmen (Oct 22, 2009)
There is a good amount of content here to be had and it could easily be featured as a WiiWare title in the vein of Final Fantasy IV: the After Years.
Digitally Downloaded (May 07, 2014)
After the previous successes that Aldorlea has had with the Steam release of both 3 Stars of Destiny and The Book of Legends, I hope to continue seeing the team release its catalogue on the platform. These are games that deserve to be experienced, and without being on Steam it's far too easy for them to be lost on the sea of the Internet. Even with all the little issues I had with Millennium: A New Hope, I do hope to see the next chapters re-released in this manner to see the story through to completion.
60 (Oct 24, 2011)
From an RPG standpoint, this game is really good, with 30 or so hours of material. From a casual games standpoint, it’s more like a great two-hour game, trapped inside a six-hour game. It’s kind of hard to balance between hardcore RPG fans and casual gamers, but the game does the best it can. I guess that means I have to balance out the score, though. 8 for RPG fans, 4 for casual gamers, making it a respectable 6 overall.