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Alternative Names

Wild ARMs: Crossfire

ワイルドアームズ クロスファイア

Developer

Media.Vision Entertainment

Genre

Role-Playing

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Release Dates

03/11/08 Xseed Games
08/09/07 Sony Computer Entertainment
11/28/08 505 Games

Community Stats

Owners: 44
Tracked: 1
Wishlist: 0
Now Playing: 2

Summary

The once verdant world of Filgaia is slowly dying, a result of some cataclysmic event lost in the dim, misty reaches of the past. The few pathetic remnants of once mighty nations are caught up in an endless cycle of war, fighting over the ever dwindling natural resources. Amidst the carnage and slow decay, there is one kingdom that has until recently managed to avoid the chaos and suffering plaguing its neighbors; the kingdom of Eleusinis.

However, the kingdom is slowly descending into anarchy with the king inflicted with a mysterious illness that has kept him bed-ridden, dynastic uncertainty as the heir-apparent has disappeared and is presumed to have been killed in an accident, and a run-amuck senate that has formed its own police force/army and is gradually usurping power from the royal family.

It is against this backdrop of political intrigue and social decay that the main character Clarissa Arwin, accompanied by her half-brother/protector, Felius, enter Elesius hot on the trail of Rupert Dandridge, the man who stole her mother's sword, the legendary Iskender Bey, a sword of immense power and mysterious origins. 

What starts out as a personal vendetta soon turns into an epic battle to not only keep a kingdom from falling, but to save the world of Filgaia from being turned into an uninhabitable wasteland fit only for the dead.

  • Innovative hex-based battle grid system allows more tactical positioning options, such as Formation Arts and Combination Arts, as opposed to the traditional square-based battle grid
  • One of the deepest strategy games on the PSP system with over 60 stages containing a wide array of mission objectives, as well as numerous optional battles
  • Almost endless party customization with over 20 unique job classes to choose from such as Berserker, Elementalist, Grappler, Geomancer and Sacred Slayer
  • Extensive material creation options to create more powerful weapons, spell books and armor by combining rare materials obtained by sending out hired mercenaries to scavenge throughout the world of Filgaia
  • US-exclusive inclusion of a Music Library containing select tracks from the game accessible any time from the game menu
  • Original Japanese voice-overs selectable from the Options Menu

*Xseed Games


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Sales History

Total Sales
0.06m
Japan
0.07m
NA
0.00m
Europe
0.01m
Others
0.14m
Total
1 31,249 n/a n/a 0 31,249
2 8,691 n/a n/a 0 8,691
3 5,670 n/a n/a 0 5,670
4 4,281 n/a n/a 0 4,281
5 3,198 n/a n/a 0 3,198
6 2,382 n/a n/a 0 2,382
7 1,817 n/a n/a 0 1,817
8 1,351 n/a n/a 0 1,351
9 999 n/a n/a 0 999
10 780 n/a n/a 0 780

Opinion (4)

estoyloco posted 19/03/2008, 04:22
So was this game really not released in Japan already? I kind of doubt it but I don't know for sure...

either way it's a really good game. Just wish the cutscenes could have been a little better.
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mullinsmcd posted 14/03/2008, 03:41
well I just picked it up today and I have to say that its really everything I expected and more. I do not believe the sales will be good on this one but definitely pick it up if you have the chance. Im glad I did.
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mullinsmcd posted 28/02/2008, 05:26
Since I played FFT long ago for the PS1 I was surprised that no other company had attempted to mimic the combination of a class system and a strategy RPG like that game did. Now more then ten years later we finally have a game that looks like it might be on par or even better! While I have no way of knowing how good the story will be, just from all the previews of the game mechanics it looks like its definitely could be the game that FFT players have been longing for! I know I will be buying this day one for sure.
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cool48 posted 16/01/2008, 02:35
This game could be interesting.
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