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Submitted by Jon Wilcox on April 25 2008 - 18:03

A new dream sequence and a couple of new items make up the cut price downloadable content of Mistwalker's RPG...

Some of the more compelling experiences to be had in Mistwalker's Lost Odyssey, which launched on Xbox 360 back in February, were found in the many dream sequences. Key to creating strong emotions and links between the main character's past and his situation in the present, the sequences were used to hint at various locations, revisited many centuries later.

So news that the first batch of downloadable content for the game, which launched today for 200 Microsoft Points, includes a new dream sequence shouldn't come as too much of a surprise. Entitled 'The Shattered Bond', the sequence takes place at the bridge ahead of the Castle of Uhra.

Additional items featured in the DLC include a new ring, Killer Machine, and the Memory Lamp, which allows gamers to replay dreams in the Theatre Mode.

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By: Anonymous

Added:Fri 18th Apr 2008 20:53, Post No: 7

I'm sorry but you're all complaining about 4 discs??? Come on, this is a game thats finally worth the money rather than paying 40quid for a game that lasts hardly a few days

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By: Anonymous

Added:Sun 30th Mar 2008 00:19, Post No: 6

Oh wait if you say its better than Blue dragon and worst than eternal Sonata, than that means you think Eternal Sonata is better than blue dragon? Dang you must REALLY like action rpg's which is okay (but you are reviewing a turn based rpg here) Compare apples to apples and oranges to oranges, not fruit to any fruit! I would by any system for blue dragon even when the ps3 was $600 but I would not buy any system for eternal sonata. So there is a big difference between the types of rpg's Not every American is a twitch gamer, some of us are cerebral. You fliped the scores that Famitsu gave all three games (which shows a big difference between the two cultures). I Which is okay but not to a person trying to get a review of a turn based rpg.

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By: Anonymous

Added:Sun 30th Mar 2008 00:14, Post No: 5

HAHA worst than Eternal Sonata? That tells me you prefer action rpgs. Which means I take everything you say with a grain of salt. Look at your - minusis. Slow build up? What are you suppose to do in a long rpg? Start off with a bang? Oh wait it did start up with a bang and still got that as a comment! You listed traditional as a Minus? Us Turn based preferers LOVE THAT! LOL. Don't get me wrong I loved tales of Symphonia, and liked Eternal Sonata. But you can get through that game pressing a,aa,a,aaa Oh wait every once in a while b and y but back to a,a,a,aa,

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By: Anonymous

Added:Tue 18th Mar 2008 22:56, Post No: 4

4 disc is awesome. It's a classic style long RPG! with an indepth stroy line. It's what we all wanted!! the game is amazing and i am loving every min of it :) good job microsoft. Make another one :P

By: Battle Chick

Added:Tue 25th Sep 2007 09:59, Post No: 3

Seriously, 4 discs?!?! Come on people, who on earth wants that?

By: AbleChain

Added:Sun 23rd Sep 2007 14:27, Post No: 2

four DVD come on microsoft you need to downsize. The days of four disc are over.

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By: Anonymous

Added:Wed 07th Mar 2007 04:57, Post No: 1

Please che love r source article again and reconfirm the following issues; 1UP confirmed that Lost Odyssey will receive a simultaneous US/JAP release date; and that Blue Dragon is due out in August. However, there was no mention that Square Enix would be publishing the two games; and it would appear that Microsoft will publish the games in both regions. Sakaguchi left Square Enix several years ago corroboration between the two companies is unlikely for the time being.