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After pulling an extensive April Fools joke involving Dutch police and RAGEQUITs, Mirrormoon released their Farland Symphony translation patch, the culmination of 8 years of blood, tears, and effort. I couldn’t find an English walkthrough anywhere (probably unnecessary, as the storyline’s linear), but here is a Japanese one that goes into where various items and secrets can be found.

As for a little description, Farland Symphony is a nice, simple SRPG developed by TGL in 2002 that can be pretty good for passing time when you’ve got nothing to do. It wouldn’t be winning awards for its plot anytime soon, but it does have some cute comedy moments to compensate. And of course, there’s no way I’d forget mentioning its immensely catchy OP song (Wing My Way – KOTOKO), one of my favorites since the days when I still Youtubed anime.

See Mirrormoon’s Farland Symphony page for game details/screenshots, and its subforum for discussions.

Firrus: “What this world needs is love.”
Firrus (shooting arrows): “Love and peace.”

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