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Arc the Lad II (PlayStation)


Developer Arc Entertainment
North America Japan PAL
Publisher SCEI SCEI N/A
Year 1996 1996 N/A

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FAQ Name Author Version Size
Character and item development FAQPaul Sche1.02K
FAQBwongK
FAQ/WalkthroughShinji Lam2.0K
Guild Job FAQAnn NobleK
Special Attack GuideKurt ZillgittK
WalkthroughShoji Iwata1.00K


The second instalment of the series is even better than the first one. The game is a direct sequel of the first, but the story is much better. One of the main problems of the first game was the repetitiveness; there were no shops, world maps or side quests. This has all been improved. You now have a game that takes at least 60 hours of gameplay, with lots of side quests. One of the coolest features is that you can import your characters from the first game with an old save file, which is really neat. The graphics havenít really improved, but the music is even better than in the first game.