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Lunar 2: Eternal Blue Complete

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Lunar 2: Eternal Blue Complete

Developers: Game Arts, Japan Art Media
Publishers: Kadokawa Shoten (JP), Entertainment Software Publishing (JP), Working Designs (US)
Platform: PlayStation
Released in JP: May 27, 1999
Released in US: December 15, 2000

SoundIcon.png This game has unused sounds.

This article is a work in progress.
...Well, all the articles here are, in a way. But this one moreso, and the article may contain incomplete information and editor's notes.

Lunar 2: Eternal Blue Complete is a massive fantasy adventure neatly packed into three discs with lots of FMVs, lots of music, and - at least in the US version - over 30 minutes of outtakes.

Oh my.


Present in W.XA on Disc 2.

Audio Description
45 seconds of silence followed by a scrapped version of a lullaby.
A quick Tim Curry imitation and a dramatic ending.
Choking up on words against Zophar. Uncontrollable laughing.
Forgetting lines with a side of some stomach sounds.
Woaaaaaaaaa! Character names are hard to pronounce.
Corny lines and burping.
Stumbling on fury and fervor. This outtake is twice in a row. Hard times recovering lines.
Zophar scolding the listener for ripping the .XA files and a case of sticky teeth.
Leo warns about the dangers of smoking too many cigarettes.
Zophar is the master of outtakes.
Director keeps the mic rolling to witness some bottom pinching.
Bottom burial and a discussion on posterior fixation.
Blows of air and a sudden case of illiteracy. Also contains some satisfying censorship.
Mega magic freak and Hurro.
Arf woof. Finger pulling, gift horses, and lacking a sense of humor.
More dog related silliness. Zophar's world prevention plans are ruined. Silly cartoon voices.
Issues with the sniff and welp combo timing.
Hanging up on a steak and a hiccup. Some unwanted outtakes as well.
"Eat this!" is a hard line to nail. Overly dramatic line delivery.