Shaman King - Legacy of the Spirits - Sprinting Wolf ROM

Shaman King - Legacy of the Spirits - Sprinting Wolf rom
When focusing on the main objectives, Shaman King - Legacy of the Spirits - Sprinting Wolf is about 5 Hours in length. If you're a gamer that strives to see all aspects of the game, you are likely to spend around 10 Hours to obtain 100% completion.

Spirit of Fire can only be obtained through the following method. You must have at most 19 spirits to get Spirit of Fire.

Push these buttons at the title screen.

Right, Right, L Button, left+R Button, Down, R Button, Right, B Button

You have to pay attention to the order in which they flash, and then go up to them and battle them in the same order afterwards. If you mess up, they will flash again and you have to start over.
Both Soaring Hawk and Sprinting Wolf feature the same story, gameplay, characters and locations. The difference is that each has its own set of spirits like Pokemon. To recruit all spirits the player has to trade them via Game Link Cable between the games.

You need to download and install Visual Boy Advance and then load the rom.

For detailed instructions per device, view below.

Download the official Shaman King – Legacy of the Spirits – Sprinting Wolf ROM in the (USA) version for the Game Boy Advance handheld consoles. To fully utilize a GBA ROM game, use our Cheats, Rom Hacks and GBA Roms sections. You can open the Shaman King – Legacy of the Spirits – Sprinting Wolf ROM or GBA file by Installing VisualBoyAdvance on Windows, MAC, Linux, Android or IOS/iphone.

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Also, be sure to check out Shaman King – Legacy of the Spirits – Soaring Hawk.

Shaman King: Legacy of the Spirits, Soaring Hawk and Shaman King: Legacy of the Spirits, Sprinting Wolf are role-playing video games based on the Shaman King manga and anime series. The games were released for the Game Boy Advance by Konami on February 8, 2005. Both Soaring Hawk and Sprinting Wolf feature the same story, gameplay, characters, and locations. The difference is that each has its own set of spirits so to recruit all spirits the player has to trade them via Game Link Cable between the games.

Shaman King: Legacy of the Spirits is a role-playing video game—the first Shaman King game on the genre. The player controls Yoh Asakura, a young shaman who has the ability to communicate with spirits, and along with the samurai spirit Amidamaru will battle other shamans to become the Shaman King. As the game progresses Yoh is sent to different areas of a world map where the player has to fulfill tasks for the inhabitants—that vary from going to some place, talking to other people, or collecting items. After the tasks are complete, a new area is unlocked on the world map.

As the player walks through the scenario to perform the tasks, a random battle with a spirit or another shaman can happen. In this case, the player can flee the battle if it proves difficult and if it causes too much damage there is a save point that restores all health. The player can capture the spirits by defeating them in battle or by throwing an item known as a mortuary tablet after weakening them. The player uses its spirits to fight on one-on-one turn-based battles that last until a shaman defeats all the opponent’s spirits.

While the player is allowed to store twenty of these captured spirits with him, only a roster of six spirits is allowed per battle. During a turn, the player can choose to attack, to change the active spirit with another from the roster, or to use an item from the inventory—that can restore health or cure status effect, like sleep or poison, gained in battle. The player aims to reduce the opponent spirit’s health to zero, and for such, each spirit has a maximum of six attacks that can be used only 20–30 times per battle, with some special attacks limited to five times. Also, there are different types of attacks associated with elementary properties that can be more or less effective depending on the opponent spirit’s type.

File Name

Shaman King - Legacy of the Spirits - Sprinting Wolf

File Size

6.71MB

Version

1.0

Release Date

North America: February 8, 2005

Genre

RPG

Developer

Konami

Platform

Game Boy Advance

Region

USA

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