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Known as Estpolis Denki: Yomigaeru Densetsu in Japan. Lufia the Legend Returns is the third installment of the JRPG Lufia series made for Game Boy Color system by Neverland. Published by Taito and Natsume in 2001.

The story's is a sequel to the first two games, after the previous two doom island wars. A traveling fortune teller, Seena, who's on a "great adventure" to uncover to forgotten legend of the doom island wars, wander into a town Patos and bump into an idiot swordsman named Wain. At the moment, the Sinistrals of Destruction, Gades, has awaken and then starts destroying a house in Patos. After the heroic deed of Wain running into a burning house to rescue a girl, Seena finds Wain a worthy fellow and asks him to come along her on an adventure, thus the beginning of the story.

While being less popular, Lufia the Legend Returns provides a unique battle and character's skill growth systems as well as Randomly Generated Levels for dungeons. The players is allowed to put nine characters all at once in a battlefield. It also has a good soundtrack, graphic, and storyline, which is filled with nostalgic elements from previous games, such as the dragon eggs, a linear final dungeon, and every Sinistrals bosses up to date.

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