- Platform: Nintendo Wii
- BBFC Rating: Suitable for 12 years and over. Not for sale to persons under age 12. By placing an order for this product, you declare that you are 12 years of age or over.
- Media: Video Game
- Item Quantity: 1
Eldar Saga (Wii)
- Multi-generational storyline: select to play any character in the party as the story progresses
- Real-time battles on the field map, with visible enemies and no random encounters
- Fully customisable characters: 5 basic classes and numerous advanced classes
- Find your perfect combination of race and job class to build your own battle party
- Party up with a second player online to explore the land of Eldar together
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The Lands of Eldar have long been known as the origin of chaos, a place where monsters and demons wreak havoc, indiscriminate in their madness. Legend tells of how the Spirit King, whose coming was heralded by a meteor shower, gained control of the creatures and waged an unrelenting war upon civilization. Order and life were brought to the brink of destruction, but an alliance of the four races was able to drive them back and seal the evil.
Centuries more have passed and once again the lands are slowly being over-run by the re-emerging monsters. Without a known cause or even a united front to repel them, it would seem that this time, Eldar will fall. It is up to you to take up the forgotten mantle of the hero, reunite the races, confront the hordes of monsters and restore peace to the land.
Eldar Saga is a classic RPG designed specifically for the Nintendo Wii and its RPG-starved users, allowing players to experience epic story-driven gameplay as well as the opportunity to quest together via the Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection
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Top Customer Reviews
Do not expect a Baldur's Gate for WII; it is not. But it is not a gory slash them, it has a story, some exploring to be done and some thinking (easy) to be done. I suggest for an easy experience and some fun.
There's very little production effort in this game and the whole thing feels like it was put together by teenagers as a school project, rather than as a serious game. As the plot is really thin, and the voice/movie direction is quite poor, all thats left is a grinding slash-em-up, with a game mechanic that doesn't really work
If you're thinking of buying this, I'd wait untill later in the year (2011) when some new & better looking RPGs are scheduled for Wii release.