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It's been too long since I've played this game, so this review will be rather short compared to other reviews I've done.
First of all, ALL of the characters are cool in their own way. Secondly, the characters are all pretty likeable. Third, the battle system is great. The moves are cool, the story's amazing, the gameplay is awesome. There are lots of extra's. The voice acting is great too! This is an HUGE improvement over the Dreamcast version, because it adds on a whole new story arch at the normal point that it ends! This game is just that great! Now, there are things about it which are negative, but, seeing as I haven't played this game in SUCH a long time, I can't really think of them. Except, that I think the dungeons can get tedious...
A combination of the two Evolution games from the Dreamcast. Both were good games, even though they were dungeon crawlers for it's time. I am glad they compiled it and bought it first chance I got. The main difference about this game is that they tie the two stories together by cutting some of the middle levels out so that by the end of the game, you are about the same level you would of been had you only played one of the two games. I guess they figured the average person would grow bored if they grinded enough XP for two whole games. I honestly don't remember if they cut out the scenes that happened between the cut levels as it has been so long since I played the original.
This game is a very entertaining RPG for the Gamecube. Originally a 2-game installment for the Dreamcast, both games are combined into one giant 40+-hour dungeon-crawling RPG game. The characters are unique, the weapons are unlike any others you'll see in any other game, and the monsters are eccentric and whimsical in design.
This was the first RPG I had played in the Nintendo Gamecube, and it's definitely one of the best. E.S.P really did an amazing job with this RPG, however I do feel like a couple of small things were missing, maybe there should've been more dungeons or a little more content, but there just seems to be something a bit off when I played it.
Otherwise, this game is very enjoyable, and it brings back memories of my childhood when I played it for hours on end. Definitely add this to your GameQ, and be patient, because it's actually really rare to find/get in stores and even online.
Evolution Worlds is a sleeper hit in every sense of the word.