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|title = ''Illusion of Gaia''
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| image = [[File:Illusion_of_Gaia_(NA).jpg|250px]]
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| caption = North American box art
|developer = [[Quintet]]
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| developer = [[Quintet]]
|publisher = [[Nintendo]], [[Enix]]
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| publisher = [[Nintendo]] <br /> [[Enix]] (Japan)
|released = [[File:JP.png|15 px]] November 27, [[1993]]<br>[[File:NA.png|15 px]] January 1, [[1994]]<br>[[File:EU.png|15 px]] April 27, [[1995]]
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| system1 = SNES
|genre = Action RPG
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| system1NA = September [[1994]]
|modes = Single player
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| system1JP = November 27, [[1993]]
|ratings = ESRB: [[Image:Everyone.png|15 px]] Everyone
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|platforms = [[Super Nintendo Entertainment System]]
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'''''Illusion of Gaia''''' is an action RPG video game released on the [[SNES]] in the early and mid 90's. It was developed by Quintet, and published by [[Nintendo]] and [[Enix]].
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'''''Illusion of Gaia''''' is an action [[role-playing game]] released on the [[Super Nintendo Entertainment System]] in the early and mid 1990's. It was developed by Quintet and published by [[Nintendo]] and [[Enix]].
   
 
==Setting==
 
==Setting==
The game takes place on a past earth, though obviosly, most of the events that take place are fictional. There are however many real world areas such as the Great Wall of China and the Egyptian pyramids.
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The game takes place on a past earth, though most of the events that take place are fictional. There are however many real world areas such as the Great Wall of China and the Egyptian pyramids.
   
 
==Gameplay==
 
==Gameplay==
 
 
There are a total of three playable characters in the game who consist of Will, Freedan and Shadow. All of the playable characters have special abilities, and all are required in order to beat the game. Certain obstacles aren't passable without a certain character, and obviously some have strengths over others.
 
There are a total of three playable characters in the game who consist of Will, Freedan and Shadow. All of the playable characters have special abilities, and all are required in order to beat the game. Certain obstacles aren't passable without a certain character, and obviously some have strengths over others.
   
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==Trivia==
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*The game was featured on the cover of ''[[Nintendo Power V65]]''.
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Revision as of 19:11, June 28, 2019

Illusion of Gaia is an action role-playing game released on the Super Nintendo Entertainment System in the early and mid 1990's. It was developed by Quintet and published by Nintendo and Enix.

Setting

The game takes place on a past earth, though most of the events that take place are fictional. There are however many real world areas such as the Great Wall of China and the Egyptian pyramids.

Gameplay

There are a total of three playable characters in the game who consist of Will, Freedan and Shadow. All of the playable characters have special abilities, and all are required in order to beat the game. Certain obstacles aren't passable without a certain character, and obviously some have strengths over others.

Trivia



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