Fullmetal Alchemist 2: Curse of the Crimson Elixir is the third Fullmetal Alchemist computer game for the PlayStation 2 and is the second Fullmetal Alchemist console pretending game for the PlayStation 2. It is the prequel of sorts to Fullmetal Alchemist and the Broken Angel. The game has significantly better clear lines of sight than the past title, as well as all discourse being voiced over.
Why is it good?
To assist with helping deals, Square Enix chose to deliver the game with a reward DVD in the United States containing the second and third episodes of Season 2 (episodes 27 Teacher and 28 One is all, All is One”) of the 2003 anime series, since the show required a 4-month break in its Adult Swim broadcast. This DVD contains just English sound, with the abbreviated variant of the second OP “Prepared STEADY GO” by L’Arc~en~Ciel and the abbreviated third ED “Homeland” by Crystal Kay, since that is the form that should have been displayed in the Adult Swim broadcast. As of August 31, 2005, the game has sold 160 thousand units in Japan.
pproximately based around the occasions of the initial not many episodes of the anime (with some plot components acquired from the manga), Edward and Alphonse learn of a startling peculiarity clearing Amestris; individuals in numerous districts are disappearing suddenly, probably lively away by “beasts”. In Resembool, Edward and Alphonse meet a mysterious chemist named Jack Crowley and a substance called the Phantom. It appears to be that they have a few association with both the vanishings and the peculiar animals (known as Golems) showing up around the open country. When sends the siblings and to examine a town tormented by these beasts, they meet Arlen Glostner, a prehistorian who is concentrating on the old development of Lebis. Edward and Alphonse before long wind up set out toward the remnants of Siam-Sid, the capital city of Lebis, to find reality behind the Golems and the perplexing vanishings. The game stirs up with the occasions in the series rather prominently, presenting components that didn’t occur in either the 2003 series or in the manga/Brotherhood renditions. For example, Ed and Al go to meet Shou Tucker expecting to learn something about natural speculative chemistry, yet never meet both of the Tuckers, who are both currently dead because of Scar’s assault. Additionally, Ed and Al return to East City after their time in Resembool so they can report the golem assault to Mustang, and return to East City after the occasions in Siam-Sid.
The Response by the audience
As of August 31, 2005, the game has sold 160,000 units in Japan. In his audit of the August 2005 Newtype USA Game of the Month, Kevin Gifford expresses “For Broken Angel veterans, the enhancements here will probably be gradual.” and that “Assuming there’s anything to gripe about with Curse, it’s the sluggish development.”
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