Falling Stars: Agetec’s New PS2 RPG for “Young Girls and Boys”

FallingStars.jpg Casual, kid-oriented RPGs are few and far between, so Agetec’s announcement of just such a game this week comes as quite a pleasant surprise. Due out early this summer for the PS2, Falling Stars is a cute, cuddly and accessible RPG following the adventures of a young girl named Luna as she fights to restore peace to the village of Dazzleon. Along this journey, she’ll embark on all sorts of fun quests, compete in mini-games, train her pet for battle and even manage her wardrobe to affect how she’s perceived by other characters in the game.

“Falling Stars brings on a whole different genre of adventure RPG,” says producer Mark Johnson, Agetec. “Gameplay has been designed with young girls and boys in mind; with cute characters, fun mini games, and simplified controls. These features encourage the younger crowd to play and fall in love with their first RPG.”

“The best part about this game is not only does it have the usual RPG elements: intriguing storyline, quests, missions, battles, and so forth, but it gives you an opportunity to be creative and customize Luna’s attire,” says Ivolgamus. “The dress-up portion is what really makes the game stand out; not only can you dress Luna to your liking, but what you wear will also affect how neighbors will treat you. If neighbors like the way you dress, they will start offering you missions, quests, mini-games – they’ll even offer you better prices and trades; however, if they don’t like the way you dress, they might not even talk to you!”

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