Golden Sun: The Lost Age

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Golden Sun: The Lost Age
Developer(s)Camelot Software Planning
Publisher(s)Nintendo
Designer(s)Hiroyuki Takahashi Edit this on Wikidata
Composer(s)Motoi Sakuraba Edit this on Wikidata
SeriesGolden Sun Edit this on Wikidata
Platform(s)Game Boy Advance, Wii U Virtual Console
ReleaseGame Boy Advance:[1]

Wii U Virtual Console:
Genre(s)Role-playing video game
Mode(s)Single player
2 players via Game Link Cable

Golden Sun: The Lost Age (黄金の太陽 失われし時代, Ōgon no Taiyō: Ushinawareshi Toki) is a 2002 role-playing video game published by Nintendo and developed by Camelot Software Planning. It is the sequel to the 2001 video game Golden Sun and is the second game in the Golden Sun series. It was released for the Game Boy Advance and later for the Wii U Virtual Console. The Lost Age was released on June 28, 2002 in Japan, April 14, 2003 in North America, and on September 19, 2003 in Europe.

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The game was given positive reviews:

IGN rated the game a 9 out of 10. Craig Harris of IGN said that they liked the more complicated puzzles that were added even though most of the mechanics in the game did not change.[3] IGN named The Lost Age as their "Game of the Month" in April 2003.[4] IGN ranked the game at #78 on their Readers Choice Top 100 games ever in 2006.[5]

The Lost Age was also ranked at the 69th best game made on a Nintendo System by Nintendo Power in their "Top 200 Games" list.[6]

References[change | change source]

  1. "Golden Sun: The Lost Age: Release Data (PlayStation)". GameFAQs. Retrieved 2015-6-22. Check date values in: |accessdate= (help)
  2. "ESRB: Golden Sun: The Lost Age". ESRB. Retrieved 2015-6-22. Check date values in: |accessdate= (help)
  3. "Golden Sun: The Lost Age Review". IGN. Retrieved 2015-6-22. Check date values in: |accessdate= (help)
  4. "GBA Game of the Month: April 2003". IGN. Retrieved 2015-6-22. Check date values in: |accessdate= (help)
  5. "Readers' Picks Top 100 Games: 71-80". IGN. Retrieved 2015-6-22. Check date values in: |accessdate= (help)
  6. Staff (February 2006). "NP Top 200". Nintendo Power 200: 58–66. 

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