After searching for a used copy of Super Valis 4 for what seemed like an eternity, I finally found one. Archived from on February 17, 2005. Having restored her own army and her alliances with the other realms, Sia goes on ahead to prepare a safe passage for the armies. The game is fun, yes, but excruciatingly hard. A perfect score on a level is 100 points: five points per , one point per , one point per collectible gem, and five points per freed prisoner. The world Sia must cross is divided into four areas, each of which are divided into four levels, a main , and a bonus level.
I took a chance because it had been discounted. The storyline of the game is interesting,though not extremely detailed. Sia is then informed by her advisor, Barthes, that a T'soa horde is near her castle. The kingdoms are located in the northern part of the continent. In the first few levels, you'll find yourself -should you play this game- adjusting to constant enemy attacks.
Which may shut out older players, along with the fact that the game is quite easy to play and get the hang of, jump and slash that's it! Northeast of Athorre lies an unnamed continent that contains multiple kingdoms. All levels and boss battles can be replayed as many times as desired. Because of that fact it gets very tough on the thumbs! To help her escape, you'll have to journey through a maze of dungeons, and, along the way, battle the tigermen, pelicanmen, and waspmen. The register even rang it up less than the price tag! She quickly leaves the meeting room to check the situation. You do have to get your timing just right.
In the end, Lady Sia garnered mostly positive reviews. Plus,there's plenty of replay value in trying to get perfect scores to unlock new levels. I have nothing against male stars,but most female-oriented games I've found star people like Barbie and Kim Possible. This made the checkpoint practically worthless if activated when the player only has a little bit of health left. Lady Sia é certamente um dos jogos que melhor usa as capacidades gráficas do Game Boy Advance, com efeitos coloridíssimos e gráficos de alta resolução. Her quest leads her through four different realms, the last one being the home continent of the T'soas themselves. Some scenes tend to be a bit sketchy,but most of the graphics are colorful,enjoyable and of acceptable quality.
Acquire the magic of the elements to defeat the giant T'Soa bosses, and invoke Sia's shapeshifting power in a final showdown against an unforgiving foe! She discovers the turtles the T'soas used to cross the sea and frees them so the armies of the alliance can use them to reach Callyge. To defeat the evil Onimen and the T'soas once and for all, you'll also have to overcome 21 monsters and play through 20 levels and a variety of realms. The continent of Athorre is the kingdom of humans. The game is easy to control, but the game is a little picky about how you line up to ladders when you want to climb them - when compared to some of the other games like this. Athorre is the first realm attacked by the T'soas. This game does present a decent amount of challanges. Help her use her sword and her wits in an intense battle across land, sea and air to free her people.
After this, she infiltrates Callyge's on her own and ends up in a battle with Onimen. It provides entertainment for hours on end! If there really is going to be a sequel, I hope they make the necessary improvements. For the most part you can figure things out on your own by hacking your way through levels,but there are a few puzzles to be solved. The game is solid, it has a rich plot for kids to follow easily, and between levels is a very good animated story to show what's happening. If the player loses a life, he or she must restart at the beginning of the level or at the last. But these aren't the only foes out to stop you; you must also be on the lookout for the weaselwomen and the chameleonmen. The bad guys also number in the 100s, and you can only slash them, so it gets very boring and tedious! Levels focus on either fighting or.
Furious, she visits the important locations of her kingdom to free them from the T'soas and save what is left. In addition, Sia must prove her worth to the other leaders in the first three levels of the second area by battling two of them and racing a third. I'm someone who enjoys but struggles with most games. As a way of thanking her for freeing him, the bird offers to aid Sia in her quest by bringing her wherever she wants to go. The only real problem with the game is that it has a difficulty level comparable to the Contra games. Welcome to the world of Sia, Warrior Princess! Thus, Sia needs room to move on-screen, which, due to the platform structure, isn't always an option. There are the occasional errors,such as Sia going through walls in certain places,but this is the only glitch I know of.
Sia is surprised to see him again, but is willing to accept the offer. During the first level, her magical abilities are limited to shooting small balls of energy in one of eight directions. Completing the first three levels of the second area adds three more spells to the repertory. Sia defeats the Fox Lady and thereby frees her land from the T'soas. As such, players have to watch out for numerous enemies as well as make sure not to fall off of the platforms. Although this prevented combat from being too repetitive, most reviewers felt Sia's abilities could have used a little more fine-tuning.