Wild Arms Alter Code: F Review
In the early lifecycle of the Sony PlayStation, the first installment of the Media.Vision-developed Wild Arms series saw its release in Japan and North America, receiving a decent following and relatively positive reviews. It would receive a sequel on the PlayStation and another the next console generation on the PlayStation 2, and afterward came the development and release of a remake of the first game, Wild Arms Alter Code: F. While its fate outside Japan at first seemed ambiguous, Agetec took note and localized the title, which is in many respects a good reimagining of the first game and simultaneously a Frankenstein’s monster.
F features mostly the same encounter system as the third installment, with three different kinds of exclamation points appearing above the active character’s head: red, which indicates a mandatory battle; white, which indicates a battle skippable at the cost of one or more encounter points; and green, which denotes a fight skippable at no c
Saga Terra: Judge of Stellasolum - Chapter XXV
XV – A Change of Guardians
A few days afterward, however, an otter hybrid that the Otterlandic soldiers identified as Freyjadour Prescott MacDohl Otterland, the late Grand Duke Odysseus’s younger brother, came to his homeland from the Kingdom of Foxwood to assume duties in his late elder brother’s stead, adopting the regnal name of Freyjadour II. During his tenure in the Grand Duchy, Judge stayed at the Aesir cathedral, having occasional meetings with Lord Aznar, the two ultimately returning to Otterland Palace, which had regained its normal security, the soldiers at the gates halting them.
“Welcome, friends. Have you any business with the Grand Duke today?”
“Of course,” answered Judge. “Lord Aznar here and I wish to see him.”
“To discuss the Savior.”
“Ah, I remember seeing you and your friend fending off Nifl soldiers and wraiths in the palace. I’m not sure what to think of the Savior