Breath of Fire - Ryuu no Senshi © 2001 Capcom Company, Limited.
Thanks to Game Boy Advance, there has never been a better time to be an RPG fan. From brand new adventures like Golden Sun to converted classics like Breath of Fire, Role Playing Games are making a huge splash on GBA.
Breath of Fire debuted on the Super NES in August of 1994, and die-hard fans of the series have never let it drift too far out of mind. Now that Breath of Fire is available in a portable version, it's sure to win over whole new legions of fans.
Breath of Fire is the epic saga of a world ravished by the warring forces of the Light Dragons and the Dark Dragons. A boy hero named Ryu embarks on a quest to save the land, and discovers an unlikely cast of companions to help him along the way.
Seven characters will eventually join Ryu's party, each with unique talents and abilities. Gobi, a fish-like merchant, has the ability to move around in the water. Ox, a hulking beast from a weapon-forging clan, can smash through rocks and walls. The secret to success is to take advantage of the strengths of all party members.
Classic RPG-style battles will test your strategic planning, and creative puzzles will keep you guessing throughout the entire journey. Capcom even spruced up the quest with enhanced graphics and the ability to trade items with your friends by using the Game Boy Advance Game Link Cable.
Game ID: AGB-ABFJ-JPN
Released on July 06, 2001 in Japan.
Some houses in the game have paintings of Sir Arthur from Makaimura, another series developed by Capcom.
Chun-Li, from the Street Fighter series, makes a cameo appearance in the game. In Bleak, speak to the magician who says that he can make 100g disappear. Answer 'yes' twice, 'no' twice, and then yes. You'll see Chun-Li in a small room performing her famous Lightning Kick.