Lufia - The Legend Returns Intro For The Gameboy Color




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44kryth: Sqenix killed the franchise.....

TheVideogameDatabase: Amazing music!

Round2GamingChannel: Such an awesome franchise......damn I love Lufia!

BawesomeBurf: I played through this on a PSP emulator a few years ago. Really good game! :)
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Lufia - The Legend Returns Intro for the Gameboy Color 5 out of 5

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44kryth: Sqenix killed the franchise.....
Kerry Singleton: Is this Ali a brother?
Stephen Day: What is wrong with you?they are hi res players not mp3
FlameOmega 943: I have a lot of pet peeves in music:
1. When people say they listen to everything yet when you ask them if they listen to something like Rock or Country, they say no.
2. People who don't know what the freak they're talking about when it comes to music.
3. When bands and artists use one or more words throughout the chorus.
4. Metal elitists who think that something isn't metal because it doesn't have the heavy guitar riffs or anything like that, mainly towards Nu Metal.
5. Artists who release multiple versions of their albums or songs. Like you have the original song, then you have the remix, then you have a song with a feature, then another remix and it's like what the freak.
6. People who see a band changing their sound or innovating to newer topics and then just dropping them as a whole.

Edward Elk: i read all the quest. this game story is amazing yet it so sad.
Jan Kragt: "We need to insist on INsensitivity Training, not Sensitivity Training." I love that. Toughen up. You are welcome as equal if you can toughen up. If you insist on power over us, then you are not welcome. Too many of those classes try to turn us into fearful milquetoast wimps, free only from offense to anyone and everyone -- but ourselves, ignored and trivialized, forgetting that we even exist as individuals.
biker mike: Looks like another great product! Would be great for the snowblower duties as well!!!

Lufia - The Legend Returns Intro for the Gameboy Color