History VideoGame / TreasureOfTheRudra

29th Jun '16 10:46:49 AM theknack101
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'''A warning''' for those about to play it using an emulator: the game relies very heavily on in-game save states. It's vital to use the ROM's actual memory slots, and the emulator's save slots ''after'' saving in-game. You'll also need to reload from the title screen each time you want to switch characters. (And, to be on the safe side, be sure to read up on the game's one GameBreakingBug.) [[note]]On day 8 with Surlent, don't use the left portal at Thor Vulcano after the forest bridge is broken but before seeing the events in the lab at Avdol. Due to a programming oversight, you won't be able to get back.[[/note]]

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'''A warning''' for those about to play it using an emulator: the game relies very heavily on in-game save states. It's vital to use the ROM's actual memory slots, and the emulator's save slots ''after'' saving in-game.in-game because there is a fourth storyline that opens up after the first three are completed. You'll also need to reload from the title screen each time you want to switch characters. (And, to be on the safe side, be sure to read up on the game's one GameBreakingBug.) [[note]]On day 8 with Surlent, don't use the left portal at Thor Vulcano after the forest bridge is broken but before seeing the events in the lab at Avdol. Due to a programming oversight, you won't be able to get back.[[/note]]
14th Jan '16 7:30:56 PM nombretomado
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Released by Squaresoft in 1996, ''Rudra no Hihou'' (''Treasure of the Rudra'') is one of the last [=RPG=]s written for the SNES. It's often mentioned in connection with two other Japan-only SquareSoft games of the era: ''VideoGame/BahamutLagoon'', and the at times very similar ''VideoGame/LiveALive''. The game's main drawing point is its magic system: the player can literally write their own spells, by combining syllables with prefixes and suffixes or by plain trial and error. ''Rudra no Hihou'' is very similar to the ''Franchise/FinalFantasy'' series in terms of atmosphere, game play and complexity.

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Released by Squaresoft in 1996, ''Rudra no Hihou'' (''Treasure of the Rudra'') is one of the last [=RPG=]s written for the SNES. It's often mentioned in connection with two other Japan-only SquareSoft Creator/SquareSoft games of the era: ''VideoGame/BahamutLagoon'', and the at times very similar ''VideoGame/LiveALive''. The game's main drawing point is its magic system: the player can literally write their own spells, by combining syllables with prefixes and suffixes or by plain trial and error. ''Rudra no Hihou'' is very similar to the ''Franchise/FinalFantasy'' series in terms of atmosphere, game play and complexity.
30th Dec '15 8:35:24 PM jormis29
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* PublicDomainArtifact: [[spoiler: The 6 Divine Treasures; but the 3 most known are the Holy Grail, The Sigmund Sword, and the Holy Robe.]]

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* PublicDomainArtifact: [[spoiler: The 6 Divine Treasures; but the 3 most known are the Holy Grail, HolyGrail, The Sigmund Sword, and the Holy Robe.]]
22nd Nov '15 2:49:00 PM Aquillion
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* TheChosenOne: Riza.

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* TheChosenOne: Riza. And everyone with a Jade, but Riza had hers from birth and is widely recognized as this.
15th Sep '15 10:59:38 PM ProfessorDetective
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Every 4000 years, the earth's dominant race (first danans, then mermaids, giants, reptilians, and currently humans) is mostly destroyed by a creature known as the Rudra, to make way for the next species. At the start of ''Rudra no Hihou'', humanity has only 16 days left, and the Rudra is about to be born. Four [[LampshadedTrope suspiciously stereotypical]] heroes (a fighter, a wizard, a priestess and a thief) are chosen by fate to save the earth... and all get a PowerCrystal violently lodged into their heads. Each with their own friends and their own separate goals, they set out to save their planet and to discover who is behind the oncoming destruction, lampshading and subverting an impressive number of tropes along the way.

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Every 4000 years, the earth's dominant race (first danans, danaans, then mermaids, giants, reptilians, and currently humans) is mostly destroyed by a creature known as the Rudra, to make way for the next species. At the start of ''Rudra no Hihou'', humanity has only 16 days left, and the Rudra is about to be born. Four [[LampshadedTrope suspiciously stereotypical]] heroes (a fighter, a wizard, a priestess and a thief) are chosen by fate to save the earth... and all get a PowerCrystal violently lodged into their heads. Each with their own friends and their own separate goals, they set out to save their planet and to discover who is behind the oncoming destruction, lampshading and subverting an impressive number of tropes along the way.



Despite containing many of the standard references to ''Franchise/FinalFantasy'' (there's a Cid with an airship, an Aegis shield, four magical stones, etc.) the game has a surprisingly unique and intricate storyline, and no two playthroughs are the same. It's very well-written, features ''great'' music, and takes about as long to finish as a standard ''Franchise/FinalFantasy''. If you like non-standard Squaresoft games such as ''VideoGame/ChronoTrigger'' and ''VagrantStory'', chances are you'll love ''Rudra no Hihou''.

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Despite containing many of the standard references to ''Franchise/FinalFantasy'' (there's a Cid with an airship, an Aegis shield, four magical stones, etc.) the game has a surprisingly unique and intricate storyline, and no two playthroughs are the same. It's very well-written, features ''great'' music, and takes about as long to finish as a standard ''Franchise/FinalFantasy''. If you like non-standard Squaresoft games such as ''VideoGame/ChronoTrigger'' and ''VagrantStory'', ''VideoGame/VagrantStory'', chances are you'll love ''Rudra no Hihou''.
15th Sep '15 10:58:02 PM ProfessorDetective
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15th Sep '15 10:57:46 PM ProfessorDetective
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15th Sep '15 10:57:16 PM ProfessorDetective
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27th Jul '15 10:47:15 AM Solle
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* EccentricMentor: Zora, she also classifies as the CynicalMentor.

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* EccentricMentor: Zora, she also classifies as the CynicalMentor. (She's additionally an {{Expy}} of Unne from ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyIII''.)
5th Jul '15 9:54:54 AM Prfnoff
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* SpiritualSuccessor: Although the two games are very different, much of ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyV'''s dungeon/castle layout system is seen in ''RudraNoHihou''.

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* SpiritualSuccessor: Although the two games are very different, much of ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyV'''s dungeon/castle layout system is seen in ''RudraNoHihou''.''Rudra no Hihou''.
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