When focusing on the main objectives, Golden Sun is about 22 Hours in length. If you're a gamer that strives to see all aspects of the game, you are likely to spend around 27 Hours to obtain 100% completion.
There are 28 Djinn in total in the first part. (A) means that the Djinni in question is automatically obtained over the course of the story, or that you do not have to fight the Djinni to obtain them. (F) means that the Djinni in question must be fought to be gained.
(*) After the player completes the Lamakan Desert, the bridge between Kalay and Vault is fixed, allowing the player to return to the north and visit newly accessible optional dungeons.
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Golden Sun is a series of fantasy role-playing video games developed by Camelot Software Planning and published by Nintendo. Golden Sun follows the story of a group of magically-attuned “adepts” who are charged with preventing the potentially destructive power of alchemy from being released as it was in the past. Players navigate these characters through the game’s fictional world by defeating enemies, solving puzzles and completing assigned missions to complete a pre-ordained storyline.
The original two games, Golden Sun and Golden Sun: The Lost Age, were released in 2001 and 2002, respectively, for the Game Boy Advance platform. A third game, Golden Sun: Dark Dawn, was released for the Nintendo DS platform in 2010. In Golden Sun, the player plays as protagonist Isaac and his companions as they set off into the world of Weyard to prevent a group of anti-heroes from releasing a mysterious power called “Alchemy” to the world. Golden Sun: The Lost Age follows the plight of the surviving members from the previous game’s antagonists as they continue to pursue the release of Alchemy by means of lighting four elemental lighthouses. Golden Sun: Dark Dawn takes place thirty years later and follows the path of the descendants of the previous two games’ heroes as they navigate a world adapting to the presence of Alchemy.
The series has received a generally favorable reception by critics. The first Golden Sun game has been widely lauded as among the best games for the Game Boy Advance, with the first game receiving Nintendo Power’s Best GBA Game of 2001 and ranking in IGN’s Readers Choice Top 100 games ever, as number 94. The Lost Age performed even better than its predecessor, ranking 78 on IGN’s Readers Choice Top 100 games ever. Dark Dawn, while still scoring highly on Metacritic’s aggregation of critic scores, was less well received.
Japan: August 1, 2001,
Camelot Software Planning
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