Saturday, January 1, 2011

The Last Remnant - Reloaded - Mediafire

The Last Remnant

Publisher: Square Enix
Developer: Square Enix
Genre: Role-Playing
Release Date: Mar 24, 2009 (US)
ESRB Descriptors: Blood, Suggestive Themes, Violence, Language
Hoster: Mediafire
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The PC has not provided a home to many Japanese role-playing games, and when it has, the results have been uneven. How refreshing, then, that The Last Remnant is such an entertaining experience. It features a rich, original fantasy world, obviously crafted with great care and artistry, and it tells a strong, politically charged tale that will keep you glued to the screen. Although somewhat flawed, the battle system is fun to play around with, particularly in the second half when enormous armies go head to head in some dramatic, bloody showdowns. When the game was released on the Xbox 360 in 2008, these elements were partially buried under an avalanche of shameful technical problems. But with nary a hint of slowdown and less noticeable texture pop-in, The Last Remnant's excellent gameplay shines on the PC, making it a journey that almost any RPG fan should take.

Rush Sykes is the prototypical fantasy hero, innocently sulky but totally devoted to his sweet sister Irina. When Irina is kidnapped, Rush hurries to liberate her, but unsurprisingly, it's not the most straightforward of rescues. Rather, Rush finds himself caught in a political struggle centered around powerful magical artifacts called remnants. These objects are both the center of society as well as a great curiosity, heavily researched at the Academy by hosts of scientists, including Rush's own parents. What starts as an upheaval between the pro- and anti-remnant factions explodes into an all-out war when a formidable hulk of a man calling himself the Conqueror appears, apparently able to control any remnant, no matter how large or potent. Political forces clash and hidden powers are unleashed, and though a tenuous peace is eventually achieved, it isn't long before conflict reawakens. The story is epic, though Rush himself isn't the most interesting leading man. Fortunately, his supporting cast is excellent; the noble David is a charmingly haughty presence, and David's guard Emma makes a strong impression, thanks to some excellent, emphatic voice acting.

Whereas other RPGs tend to center on their protagonist, The Last Remnant eventually focuses on the Conqueror and his secrets. He's a solemn, momentous presence who makes an impact each time he appears, and it's easy to believe that this man may actually be capable of controlling the universe. But though it will take you a good 60 hours or more to unravel all of his secrets, the journey is entertaining, given that The Last Remnant's distinctive fantasy world is so beautifully constructed. Each city you visit is different from the last, yet the overall vision is cohesive, so nothing feels out of place. Landmarks such as the towering, glowing remnant in Elysion are not soon forgotten, and numerous side quests will have you exploring scorching deserts, caves of bubbling lava, and even the land of the dead. Most of these locales are lovely and beautifully lit.

Minimum System Requirements :
Windows XP SP 2 / Windows Vista SP 1
CPU: Intel Core 2 Duo (2GHz) / AMD Athlon X2 (2GHz)
RAM: 1.5 GB Ram
Graphics Card: NVIDIA GeForce 8600 VRAM 256 Mb
Sound Card: Direct X 9.0c compatible
15 GB Hard Disk space

Recommended System Requirements :
Windows Vista SP 1
CPU: Intel Core 2 Duo (2.4GHz) / AMD Athlon X2 (2.4GHz)
RAM : 2 GB Ram
Graphics Card: NVIDIA GeForce 8800 VRAM 512 Mo
Sound Card: Direct X 9.0c compatible
15 GB Hard Disk space



DJ NELO TEAM on 4/23/2011 4:28 AM said...

hi,, what this file will be fine when i download it ?? you know, MF sometimes file in there will be corrupted . . ?? can tell me date of this game upload ?? sorry my english so bad..

DJ NELO TEAM on 4/28/2011 1:39 AM said...

Hei,, this file have been corrupted in volume 14 an 40.. you can see it in my screenshot . . . so please re-upload at file ?? please . . .

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