Lunar: Silver Star Story Touch Coming This Week to iOS

Thursday, September 20th, 2012

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Lunar: Silver Star Story Touch is a remake of the first game in the Lunar series of role-playing games.  It is scheduled for release this week in the iTunes App Store.

This marks the fourth remake of the original game, Lunar: The Silver Star, which was released in 1992 on the Sega CD.  The other remakes were Lunar: Silver Star Story for Sega Saturn in 1996 (a Complete version was made for PlayStation in 1998), Lunar Legend for Game Boy Advance in 2002, and Lunar: Silver Star Harmony for PSP in 2009.

The game takes place in the fantasy world of Lunar.  You control Alex, a mostly silent protagonist, and his comrades as they attempt to stop the Magic Emperor from plunging the world into chaos.  The game has been well received by critics from the original through all its remakes.

Lunar: Silver Star Story Touch is developed by Game Arts and SoMoGa.

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  • What I wouldn’t give for a 3DS port/remake of Harmony. I loved what I played of Harmony, but it is not well suited to run on PSP. Too many loading screens.

  • Jetstorm4

    Wonder what version it’s based on, not an iPhone/iPod owner, but pretty neat.