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Alundra 2

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Title Screen

Alundra 2: A New Legend Begins

Also known as: Alundra 2: Ma Shinka no Nazo (JP)
Developer: Contrail
Publishers: Sony Computer Entertainment (JP), Activision (US, EU)
Platform: PlayStation
Released in JP: November 18, 1999
Released in US: February 29, 2000
Released in EU: June 30, 2000


MusicIcon.png This game has unused music.


Alundra 2 is a 3D adventure game for the PlayStation by the creators of LandStalker. It is a sequel to Alundra, but in name only as the two games' stories and characters are completely unrelated.

Hmmm...
To do:
Hidden "debug" room

Unused Music

By viewing the files of the American version of Alundra 2 with a Gold Finger Game Enhancer, an unused song can be found in one of the directories. It is a J-Pop song by Saeko Chiba called "Carry On Everyday" that was used for the opening sequence of the Japanese version of the game. This entire sequence was removed from the American version and replaced with an English voiceover telling the game's story against clips from various cutscenes throughout the game. It should also be noted that a version of "Carry On Everyday" that was twice as long as the game version was released as a single in Japan.

This video shows how the song was used in the opening scene of the Japanese version.