Check out the review of the game here: Lufia & the Fortress of Doom Review
The original Lufia isn’t exactly a stellar game despite being bright and cheery, so it’s probably best experienced through pictures to avoid the head-splitting audio and monotonous random encounters that hit you every three steps. Lufia & the Fortress of Doom may actually be better than I’m making it sound, but you’re going to be sorely disappointed if you go in expecting anything other than a hilariously outdated game. That’s coming from a huge Lufia fan, too (I consider Lufia 2 to be one of the greatest games ever made).
You’ll notice that I have a ridiculous amount of gold in an early screenshot. That’s because I cheated. Rest assured that I’ve played through the game normally enough times for that to not color my review, though. Read more →