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Crystalis, originally released in Japan as God Slayer: Haruka Tenkū no Sonata (ゴッド・スレイヤー はるか天空のソナタ, lit. "God Slayer: Sonata of the Far Away Sky"), is a 1990 action RPG/action-adventure video game produced by SNK for the Nintendo Entertainment System.

Though Crystalis never became a runaway hit, it is now considered a cult classic. The game's initial success prompted a release for the Game Boy Color by Nintendo Software Technology in 2000, which is generally considered more of a remake than a simple port. Many changes were made to the story, music, and other aspects of the game, upsetting fans of the..

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Walkthrough for Crystalis. Leaf. Leave the cave you start in and enter the village of Leaf.; Talk to the elder in the upper-left house and he will give you the Sword of Wind.Press SELECT and equip the sword.

For Crystalis on the NES, GameFAQs has 21 FAQs (game guides and walkthroughs).

This is a walkthrough, and hopefully a 100% complete database of all info related to Crystalis. I've done a TON of research on this game, as we are making a "Same Graphics / Same Style / Continuing Storyline [SEQUEL] to this!

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----- Crystalis: In the Tower in the Sky, the four swords are combined to create the greatest sword of all, Crystalis. Its attack power is phenomenal and the blast looks cool too. Unfortunately, it only has one function in the game: to defeat DYNA.

Crystalis FAQ/Walkthrough Version 1.8, 05/06/2000 by Brian Kern <[email protected]> _____ This FAQ is copyrighted material. LIMITED REPRODUCTION LICENSE: This FAQ may be posted, emailed, or saved to a disk without express permission, provided that the FAQ remains unaltered, and the full copyright notice is in place.

>Welcome to my walkthrough on Crystalis . Its a fairly complicated game so I made this Walkthrough to help you out . It was based no the one that Nintendo Power made a couple of years ago. Also , if you have a bug with Nesticle and the screen flashes blue stuff sometimes, go into settings and click on scroll fix 2.

Crystalis, originally released in Japan as God Slayer: Sonata of the Distant Sky (ゴッド・スレイヤー はるか天空のソナタ, Goddo Sureiya Haruka Tenkuu no Sonata?), is a 1990 action-adventure RPG produced by SNK for the Nintendo Entertainment System.It was released on April 13, 1990 in Japan and later that July in the United States.. Though Crystalis never became a runaway hit ...

Crystalis' walkthrough is a linear set of instructions that is split up by major location. Each section gives the locations of key items and NPCs to interact with, and the directions needed to go onwards.

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Crystalis walkthrough one of my favorite games for the NES. have fun and enjoy.

Here is part 1 of my walkthrough of Crystalis for the NES. It goes from the start of the game during the introduction sequence to the point where the hero enters the cave containing the Ball of ...

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Developers

  • Nintendo
  • SNK

Game Data

Release date(s): Nintendo Entertainment System, April 13, 1990: NA GameBoy Color, NA: June 26, 2000 Nintendo Switch, December 12, 2019: JP

Genre(s): Action role-playing, Action-adventure

Mode(s): Single-player

Game Background

Crystalis is a 1990 action role-playing action-adventure video game produced by SNK for the Nintendo Entertainment System. The game's initial success prompted an enhanced port for the Game Boy Color by Nintendo Software Technology in 2000. Many changes were made to the story, music, and other aspects of the game, upsetting fans of the original. The game begins with a young magician awakening from the cryogenic sleep he was placed in by the villains of the Great War before nuclear war rained down in the year 1997. Even though he is unable to recall his name or who he was, he exits the Mezame Shrine and discovers that he may be the key to save this world from destruction. Aided by four wise sages and a mysterious woman, he rises up against the tyrannical Draygonian Empire to ensure that humanity ultimately does not repeat the Great War.

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