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** At some point in the game, if you play with the cartridge inserted into a [[UsefulNotes/OtherSegaSystems Sega 32X]], someone will give you [[spoiler:Franchise/{{Sonic|TheHedgehog}}'s Shoes]]. Doubles as an EasterEgg.

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** At some point in the game, if you play with the cartridge inserted into a [[UsefulNotes/OtherSegaSystems Sega 32X]], UsefulNotes/Sega32X, someone will give you [[spoiler:Franchise/{{Sonic|TheHedgehog}}'s Shoes]]. Doubles as an EasterEgg.


* CrushKillDestroy / KillerRobot : You'll have to fight one in [[spoiler:one of Timpo's factories]].


''Pier Solar and the Great Architects'' is an EasternRPG, chiefly notable for being the only game so far that was developed in the 21st century for UsefulNotes/SegaGenesis (a few games were published on it after 2000, like the''VideoGame/BeggarPrince'', ''VideoGame/LegendOfWukong'' and ''VideoGame/StarOdyssey'', but all of them started development in the 1990s). It was originally planned to be released in 2008 for the Mega Drive's 20th anniversary, but development issues postponed its release to December 2010.

Afterwards, it had received an [[UpdatedRelease HD remake]], which was ported to UsefulNotes/PS3, UsefulNotes/PS4, UsefulNotes/WiiU, UsefulNotes/XboxOne and [[UsefulNotes/IBMPersonalComputer PC]] through UsefulNotes/{{Steam}} in 2014. A UsefulNotes/SegaDreamcast version was released as well.

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''Pier Solar and the Great Architects'' is an EasternRPG, chiefly notable for being the only game so far that was developed in the 21st century for UsefulNotes/SegaGenesis (a few games were published on it after 2000, like the''VideoGame/BeggarPrince'', the ''VideoGame/BeggarPrince'', ''VideoGame/LegendOfWukong'' and ''VideoGame/StarOdyssey'', but all of them started development in the 1990s). It was originally planned to be released in 2008 for the Mega Drive's 20th anniversary, but development issues postponed its release to December 2010.

Afterwards, it had received an [[UpdatedRelease [[UpdatedRerelease HD remake]], which was ported to UsefulNotes/PS3, UsefulNotes/PS4, UsefulNotes/WiiU, UsefulNotes/XboxOne and [[UsefulNotes/IBMPersonalComputer PC]] through UsefulNotes/{{Steam}} in 2014. A UsefulNotes/SegaDreamcast version was released as well.


''Pier Solar and the Great Architects'' is a Creator/{{SEGA}} Mega Drive/[[UsefulNotes/SegaGenesis Genesis]] {{eastern RPG}} published in 2010.

It is to date the biggest {{RPG}} and only game developed in the 21st century for this system (other games have been published after year 2000 but were developed during the 90s, namely ''VideoGame/BeggarPrince'', ''VideoGame/LegendOfWukong'' and ''VideoGame/StarOdyssey''). It was originally planned to be released in 2008 for the Mega Drive's 20th anniversary, but development issues postponed its release to December 2010.

A HD remake has been released for Steam and other platforms, with a Dreamcast version on the way.
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''Pier Solar and the Great Architects'' is a Creator/{{SEGA}} Mega Drive/[[UsefulNotes/SegaGenesis Genesis]] {{eastern RPG}} published in 2010.

It is to date
an EasternRPG, chiefly notable for being the biggest {{RPG}} and only game so far that was developed in the 21st century for this system (other UsefulNotes/SegaGenesis (a few games have been were published on it after year 2000 but were developed during the 90s, namely ''VideoGame/BeggarPrince'', 2000, like the''VideoGame/BeggarPrince'', ''VideoGame/LegendOfWukong'' and ''VideoGame/StarOdyssey'').''VideoGame/StarOdyssey'', but all of them started development in the 1990s). It was originally planned to be released in 2008 for the Mega Drive's 20th anniversary, but development issues postponed its release to December 2010.

A Afterwards, it had received an [[UpdatedRelease HD remake has been remake]], which was ported to UsefulNotes/PS3, UsefulNotes/PS4, UsefulNotes/WiiU, UsefulNotes/XboxOne and [[UsefulNotes/IBMPersonalComputer PC]] through UsefulNotes/{{Steam}} in 2014. A UsefulNotes/SegaDreamcast version was released for Steam and other platforms, with a Dreamcast version on the way.
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* NoExportforYou: Zigzagged - the planned Japanese version was eventually not released because of the lack of Japanese translators to proof-read it, however the game exists in English, French, German, Spanish and Portuguese, runs on all Japanese, American and European consoles, and can be bought from anywhere in the world.

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* NoExportforYou: NoExportForYou: Zigzagged - the planned Japanese version was eventually not released because of the lack of Japanese translators to proof-read it, however the game exists in English, French, German, Spanish and Portuguese, runs on all Japanese, American and European consoles, and can be bought from anywhere in the world.


** One familiar merchant says “Later, ace!” when the party leaves, referencing ''VideoGame.PhantasyStarII''. [[TheDevTeamThinksOfEverything The portuguese version of the line uses what Tectoy did when they translated that game.]]

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** One familiar merchant says “Later, ace!” when the party leaves, referencing ''VideoGame.PhantasyStarII''. [[TheDevTeamThinksOfEverything [[DevelopersForesight The portuguese version of the line uses what Tectoy did when they translated that game.]]



** At some point in the game, if you play with the cartridge inserted into a [[UsefulNotes/OtherSegaSystems Sega 32X]], someone will give you [[spoiler:Franchise/{{Sonic|TheHedgehog}}'s Shoes]]. Doubles as TheDevTeamThinksOfEverything.

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** At some point in the game, if you play with the cartridge inserted into a [[UsefulNotes/OtherSegaSystems Sega 32X]], someone will give you [[spoiler:Franchise/{{Sonic|TheHedgehog}}'s Shoes]]. Doubles as TheDevTeamThinksOfEverything.an EasterEgg.


''Pier Solar and the Great Architects'' is a Creator/{{SEGA}} Megadrive/[[UsefulNotes/SegaGenesis Genesis]] {{eastern RPG}} published in 2010.

It is to date the biggest {{RPG}} and only game developed in the 21st century for this system (other games have been published after year 2000 but were developed during the 90s, namely ''VideoGame/BeggarPrince'', ''VideoGame/LegendOfWukong'' and ''VideoGame/StarOdyssey''). It was originally planned to be released in 2008 for the Megadrive's 20th anniversary, but development issues postponed its release to December 2010.

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''Pier Solar and the Great Architects'' is a Creator/{{SEGA}} Megadrive/[[UsefulNotes/SegaGenesis Mega Drive/[[UsefulNotes/SegaGenesis Genesis]] {{eastern RPG}} published in 2010.

It is to date the biggest {{RPG}} and only game developed in the 21st century for this system (other games have been published after year 2000 but were developed during the 90s, namely ''VideoGame/BeggarPrince'', ''VideoGame/LegendOfWukong'' and ''VideoGame/StarOdyssey''). It was originally planned to be released in 2008 for the Megadrive's Mega Drive's 20th anniversary, but development issues postponed its release to December 2010.



** You can find ingame Megadrive/[[UsefulNotes/SegaGenesis Genesis]] cartridges of ''VideoGame/AlienSoldier'' and ''VideoGame/PhantasyStarIV''.

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** You can find ingame Megadrive/[[UsefulNotes/SegaGenesis Mega Drive/[[UsefulNotes/SegaGenesis Genesis]] cartridges of ''VideoGame/AlienSoldier'' and ''VideoGame/PhantasyStarIV''.





* BiggerOnTheInside: Typical for an {{eastern RPG}}.

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* BiggerOnTheInside: Typical for an {{eastern {{Eastern RPG}}.



* LostForever: What can happen for some items if you're not careful enough, as several places can only be visited once and/or before a certain point in the plot. Made worse by the fact that some chests can only be opened by backtracking to them much later in the game once you have the necessary skill/key to open them... and they contain some of the most important treasures.
* MightyGlacier / TheBigGuy (Class 2): Rudy.

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* LostForever: What can happen for some items if you're not careful enough, as several places can only be visited once and/or before a certain point in the plot. Made worse by the fact that some chests can only be opened by backtracking to them much later in the game once you have the necessary skill/key to open them... and they contain some of the most important treasures.
%% * MightyGlacier / TheBigGuy (Class 2): TheBigGuy: Rudy.


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* PermanentlyMissableContent: Some items can't be gotten past a certain point if you're not careful enough, as several places can only be visited once and/or before a certain point in the plot. Made worse by the fact that some chests can only be opened by backtracking to them much later in the game once you have the necessary skill/key to open them... and they contain some of the most important treasures.


** Zellini's ''Bright Mind'' spell is learnt by reading ''Slade's Guide'', which is a reference to Slade, the thief who started the plot in ShiningForceII.

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** Zellini's ''Bright Mind'' spell is learnt by reading ''Slade's Guide'', which is a reference to Slade, the thief who started the plot in ShiningForceII.VideoGame/ShiningForceII.

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* CrossPoppingVeins: Alina gets these sometimes.


''Pier Solar and the Great Architects'' is a {{SEGA}} {{Megadrive}}/[[SegaGenesis Genesis]] {{eastern RPG}} published in 2010.

It is to date the biggest {{RPG}} and only game developed in the 21st century for this system (other games have been published after year 2000 but were developed during the 90s, namely {{Beggar Prince}}, {{Legend of Wukong}} and {{Star Odyssey}}). It was originally planned to be released in 2008 for the Megadrive's 20th anniversary, but development issues postponed its release to December 2010.

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''Pier Solar and the Great Architects'' is a {{SEGA}} {{Megadrive}}/[[SegaGenesis Creator/{{SEGA}} Megadrive/[[UsefulNotes/SegaGenesis Genesis]] {{eastern RPG}} published in 2010.

It is to date the biggest {{RPG}} and only game developed in the 21st century for this system (other games have been published after year 2000 but were developed during the 90s, namely {{Beggar Prince}}, {{Legend of Wukong}} ''VideoGame/BeggarPrince'', ''VideoGame/LegendOfWukong'' and {{Star Odyssey}}).''VideoGame/StarOdyssey''). It was originally planned to be released in 2008 for the Megadrive's 20th anniversary, but development issues postponed its release to December 2010.



** One familiar merchant says “Later, ace!” when the party leaves, referencing ''PhantasyStarII''. [[TheDevTeamThinksOfEverything The portuguese version of the line uses what Tectoy did when they translated that game.]]
** You can find ingame {{Megadrive}}/[[SegaGenesis Genesis]] cartridges of {{Alien Soldier}} and {{Phantasy Star IV}}.
** At some point in the game, if you play with the cartridge inserted into a [[OtherSegaSystems Sega 32X]], someone will give you [[spoiler:Franchise/{{Sonic|TheHedgehog}}'s Shoes]]. Doubles as TheDevTeamThinksOfEverything.

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** One familiar merchant says “Later, ace!” when the party leaves, referencing ''PhantasyStarII''.''VideoGame.PhantasyStarII''. [[TheDevTeamThinksOfEverything The portuguese version of the line uses what Tectoy did when they translated that game.]]
** You can find ingame {{Megadrive}}/[[SegaGenesis Megadrive/[[UsefulNotes/SegaGenesis Genesis]] cartridges of {{Alien Soldier}} ''VideoGame/AlienSoldier'' and {{Phantasy Star IV}}.
''VideoGame/PhantasyStarIV''.
** At some point in the game, if you play with the cartridge inserted into a [[OtherSegaSystems [[UsefulNotes/OtherSegaSystems Sega 32X]], someone will give you [[spoiler:Franchise/{{Sonic|TheHedgehog}}'s Shoes]]. Doubles as TheDevTeamThinksOfEverything.

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* MultipleEndings: [[spoiler:Towards the end, Hoston is given a choice between using the Piers Solar to rewrite history to avert all the horrible events of the game, at the cost of his own existence, or to continue to see his journey to the very end.]]

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A HD remake has been released for Steam and other platforms, with a Dreamcast version on the way.


* HeroicBSOD: [[spoiler:Hoston]] suffers one of these shortly after [[spoiler:Rudy, his father, dies at the hand of Kloneo.]] It doesn't last very long, before [[spoiler:Alina and Edessot]] get him back on his feet.

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* HeroicBSOD: [[spoiler:Hoston]] suffers one of these shortly after [[spoiler:Rudy, his father, dies at the hand in front of him after taking a fatal attack from Kloneo.]] It doesn't last very long, before [[spoiler:Alina and Edessot]] get him back on his feet.

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* HeroicBSOD: [[spoiler:Hoston]] suffers one of these shortly after [[spoiler:Rudy, his father, dies at the hand of Kloneo.]] It doesn't last very long, before [[spoiler:Alina and Edessot]] get him back on his feet.

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