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Role-playing/Third-Person 2D Action RPG
EVERYONE 10 AND OLDER, Animated Blood, Fantasy Violence, Mild Language, Mild Suggestive Themes
Konami Digital Entertainment Co., Ltd.
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Rid the world of evil vampires with the power of the sun and moon in Lunar Knights, a Boktai-esque melee combat and shooter game that is designed to rely on the interactive properties of the Nintendo DS. The story unfolds as two characters, Aaron and Lucien, are handed the task of saving the world from hoards of neck-sucking vampires by slaughtering them during the night in a variety of isometric dungeons. After defeating a vampire, the characters will launch into the upper atmosphere, blasting away at vampires in space to eventually expose the vanquished vampire to the unpolluted rays of the sun that ultimately purify them.
Aaron and Lucien are ruled by two different powers, and Aaron gets his strength from the light of the sun. His attacks and strength are affected by the power of the suns rays, and he attacks from a distance with firearms. Lucien is a moonchild who gathers strength for his lunar sword fighting style under the nights darkened skies. Both characters have elemental friends that affect an avatars firepower and enemies in different ways when you have collected and equipped a buddy, and the TRC meter is full.
For example, Alexander is a wind elemental and features an attack of tornadoes that you must draw on the touch screen. Lunar Knights does not require real sunlight to play, and the game runs its own day and night cycle that will alternate the current character choice. In "Casket Rocket" mode you are required to navigate your characters and blast on bad guys by utilizing the stylus. ~ Gracie Leach, All Game Guide