Lunar: The Silver Star Story Complete

PSX PlayStation Lunar: The Silver Star Story Complete

Collector’s Edition Release

 

Genre: Role Playing Game CDs: 1
Publisher: Working Designs Released: May 28, 1999
Developer: Game Arts UPC: 7 35366 00628 0
Sony ID: SLUS-00628, 00899 PSRM: 014150, 014160
Players: 1 Player Memory: 1 Block
Accessories: None
ESRB: Teen Animated Violence, Suggestive Themes
Box Copy:

Return to the world of LUNAR, in the completely reworked 32-Bit version of the RPG classic. Journey back to a place where dragons yet live, and magic is valued above all else. Join Alex, the young adventurer, as he begins a quest with his friends to save their land from the crushing advance of the Magic Emperor. Explore dungeons, fight terrifying monsters, and gather information from the locals as you advance toward the explosive confrontation with the Magic Emperor himself! Exciting, menu-menu-driven combat will keep you challenged until the last.

And, thanks to the storage power of CD and the PlayStation game console’s built-in movie player, LUNAR contains nearly an hour of incredible animation sequences that will get you involved in the story faster than you ever thought possible. Get ready for the ride of your life…

 

Variants

Working Designs would go all out on their first Lunar release on the PlayStation. There was a total of 4 variants of the Collector’s Edition, and then the much later released Fan Edition.

A Variant SLUS – 00628a, 00899a / PSRM-0140151, 014161

PSX PlayStation Lunar: The Silver Star Story Complete Set A

Set A Variant

Set B Variant SLUS – 00628b, 00899b / PSRM-0140152, 014162

PSX PlayStation Lunar: The Silver Star Story Complete

Set B Variant

Set C Variant SLUS – 00628c, 00899c / PSRM-014153, 014163

PSX PlayStation Lunar: The Silver Star Story Complete

Set C Variant

The Fan Edition was a really interesting variant release. For starters, it was advertised by Working Designs as a “1 Last Time” before it was forever shelved from reprints. It was sold at a discounted rate since the outer box and Omake box were left behind. They didn’t even bother with the usual foil stamping. Overall, the most significant aspect about the Fan Edition is that the disc artwork was literally done by a fan. Working Designs used the artwork of Armen Mardirossian, a frequent contributor to the WD Forums at the time.

Fan Edition Variant: SLUS – 00628d, 00899d / PSRM-024020, 024010, UPC 7 35366 10628 7

PSX PlayStation Lunar: The Silver Star Story Complete Fan Edition

Double Jewel Case Release.

 

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