SNES Longplay [100] Terranigma (Part 1 of 4)


Played by xRavenXP

This is a longplay of game Terranigma, known in Japan as Tenchi Sozo (The Creation of Heaven and Earth) is a RPG. Originally released in Japan in 1995, was developed by Quintet (which had previously designed creation-themed Super Nintendo games such as ActRaiser and Soul Blazer) and published by Enix for the Super Nintendo.

The game is the last title in a loosely connected trilogy consisting of Quintet’s Soul Blazer and Illusion of Gaia. The characters and the illustrations were drawn by japanese artist Kamui Fujiwara. It was published by Enix (now Square-Enix) and released in Japan (NTSC-J), and English version in Europe and Australia (PAL VERSIONS). This game has released in Japanese, English, Spanish, Deuthch and French.

The game unfortunately was never officially released in North America. Terranigma tells the story of the Earth’s resurrection by the hands of a boy named Ark, and its progress from the evolution of life to the present day. Undoubtedly one of the best RPGs I’ve ever played in my entire life, and as I’ve said, this game has a plot more realistic since the places are really based Ark passes in places that really exist. This game was never actually released in the Americas, but I rented this game unforgettable in the era of 16-bit and it worked on the Super Nintendo that I had when a kid. Make this longplay was a fulfillment of a dream for RPG genre has always been my favorite and Terranigma (along with Earthbound, Secret of Mana, Final Fantasy, Chrono Trigger and many others) is one of the best games in the world, is unfortunately very underrated.

This game also shows how the world has evolved and how far humanity has come to start making acts capable of causing his own destruction, and many other things that you will see in this epic game, with fun and dramatic moments.

This longplay is dedicated to Terranigma Origins project, done by Ergz

36 Replies to “SNES Longplay [100] Terranigma (Part 1 of 4)”

  1. Bryan Fdz

    This game remains me the game for cellphones with java system, the game is Heroes Lore Winds of Soltia, it's almost the same think, I'm going to play this game just for that reason, can't wait to start (:

  2. Prymer 55

    It always annoys me watching someone play a game like this and not kill everything on screen or not pick up every rock or other things you can pick up and break. I'll was always so bent at searching and killing everything when I played games like this. It annoys me even more with this game because I liked it so much when I was a kid

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