The story mode contains six main levels, 28 sublevels and the order of the levels is fixed.
Don't enter Devil mode on the last boss to get the good ending.
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Advance Guardian Heroes is a beat ’em up video game developed by Treasure for the Game Boy Advance. The game was released on September 22, 2004, in Japan, September 14 in North America and February 18, 2005, in Europe. The Japanese version was self-published by Treasure, while the American and European editions of the game are published by Ubisoft. The game is a sequel to Sega Saturn’s Guardian Heroes. Since Sega is the original copyright holder and was not interested in assuming the production of a sequel, Treasure had to license the intellectual property from Sega in order to carry out the game themselves.
Advance Guardian Heroes is a side-scrolling beat ’em up in which the playable characters can perform various attacks. Physical moves include countering and mid-air dashes. Magic attacks, which drain the MP meter, include element spells and protective barriers. It is also possible to go into “Hyper Mode”, a faster, more powerful version of the playable character. The game is separated in various stages and sub-stages with their own boss-fights, enemies, and puzzles. Gameplay modes include “Story” for up to two players, “Versus” and “Training”.
Unlike its predecessor, Advance Guardian Heroes allows players to move smoothly towards and away from the screen, as opposed to switching between 3 planes. Some platforming elements have been added to break up the combat, and two new jumping manoeuvres, the air-dash and the homing jump, have been implemented. Some sequences in which these moves are used seem to be references to various 8-bit and arcade games, and some wire-fu films.
The story follows the events of Guardian Heroes. After the Undead Hero was returned to his rest, the heroes were given the option of becoming the Sky Spirit’s perfect warriors. The group was divided, with Nicole, Serena, and Valgar joining the Sky Spirit, and Han and Genjiro refusing. Randy escaped back to earth on his own, leaving Han and Genjiro to fight a losing battle against their former comrades.
Advance Guardian Heroes
North America: September 14, 2004
Beat 'em up
Game Boy Advance
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