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OverviewShining Tears was co-developed by Amusement Vision and Nextech, published by SEGA for the Playstation 2 in 2004 and is part of the Shining Force video game series. It tells the story of Xion, a mysterious boy. An anime adaptation, named Shining Tears X Wind, was adapated by Studio Deen in early 2007.
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GAME INFORMATION
Game Name:Shining Wind
Region:Japan
Console:PlayStation 2
Release Date:2007-05-17
Genre:Action RPG
Publisher:SEGA
Languages:Japanese
Image Format:ISO
Game ID:SLPM-66671
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Shining
Genre(s)Role-playing
Developer(s)Camelot Software Planning
Climax Entertainment
Grasshopper Manufacture
Nextech
Amusement Vision
Neverland
Flight-Plan
Studio Saizensen
Media.Vision
Publisher(s)Sega
Atlus
Infogrames Entertainment, SA
THQ
Platform(s)various
First releaseShining in the Darkness
1991
Latest releaseShining Resonance Refrain
March 29, 2018

Shining (シャイニング) is a series of mainly Japanese-language role-playing video games developed by Sega. The first game, Shining in the Darkness, was a first-person dungeon crawler with randomly encountered, turn-based battles (comparable to Wizardry and Might and Magic). The next game released in the series was Shining Force, which was a turn-based strategy style tactical role-playing game with battle scenes acted out with sprites (comparable to Fire Emblem). Other directions include Shining Soul, a dungeon crawl action role-playing game with roguelike elements, and a number of traditional Japanese role-playing games. Shining Resonance Refrain was released on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Steam PC and Nintendo Switch worldwide across 2018.

Dungeon crawler titles[edit]

In the dungeon crawler titles of the series (Shining in the Darkness and Shining the Holy Ark), the player takes control of an adventuring party. Battles work very similarly to those of Dragon Quest, Mother, Shin Megami Tensei, and the fellow Sega RPG series Phantasy Star, in that they are first person and the player is placed in a position where the hero and team mates would be. Shining in the Darkness is the first game in the Shining series, and is a very simple labyrinth exploration game, with a simplified non explorable town and world map, where choices are made through a cursor system. Shining the Holy Ark was released immediately prior to Shining Force III, and while it is also a dungeon crawler, it features a far more expanded gameplay world over the first title.

Strategy titles[edit]

For the strategy games of the series (Shining Force, Shining Force Gaiden, Shining Force Gaiden 2, Shining Force II, Shining Force Gaiden: Final Conflict, Shining Force CD, Shining Force III and Shining Force Feather), the player takes charge of a party in large-scale, strategic battles. The games generally limit the number of characters who can enter any one battle at a time to about a dozen. The player controls characters with their own stats not generic unit types.

Action role-playing titles[edit]

The third broad category of Shining games is the action role-playing game set of titles. This incorporates: Shining Wisdom, Shining Soul, Shining Soul II, Shining Force Neo, Shining Tears, Shining Force EXA and Shining Wind. The games it incorporates do not necessarily have any noticeable similarity in gameplay. For instance, while Shining Tears uses similar mechanics to Shining Soul II, it has less in common with Shining Wisdom than it does with any of the strategy RPG titles of the series.

On December 3, 2009,[1]Shining Force Cross was released as an arcade game for Sega's RingEdgesystem board. It is a multiplayer role-playing game with support for up to eight players, both online and offline.[2] Within one month, nearly 2,400 Shining Force Cross machines had been sold to arcade operators by December 31, 2009.[3] A sequel has been released for the RingEdge arcade system in 2012, Shining Force Cross Illusion.[2]

Connections between games[edit]

Each game in the series has a standalone story, meaning that it is not required to play its predecessors to better understand its storyline. Nevertheless, most installments of the series prior to Shining Soul I often reference each other or have characters carried over. For example, in Shining Wisdom, the elf-cleric Sarah and elf-mage Kazin from Shining Force II make an important appearance. Shining Force Gaiden: Final Conflict and Shining Force II are two of the most related games, having the largest number of characters and locations in common.

From Shining Soul I onward, installments of the series tend to have less significant connections. For instance, in Shining Tears a character mentions the Klantol Kingdom (the setting for Shining Soul II) and tells its geographic location, but there is no interaction with any of the characters or plot events of Shining Soul II. However, Shining Wind and Shining Tears are some of the most closely connected pair of games in the series, since the former is a direct sequel to the latter and features return appearances by nearly all of the major characters.

Games[edit]

TitleRelease datePlatformNotes
Shining in the Darkness28 March 1991Sega Mega Drive
12 June 2007Wii Virtual Console
26 January 2011Windows
Shining Force19 March 1992Sega Mega Drive
10 July 2007Wii Virtual Console
8 August 2010iOS
26 January 2011Windows
Shining Force Gaiden25 December 1992Sega Game GearNever released outside Japan. Remade as part of Shining Force CD.
2 October 20133DS Virtual Console
Shining Force: The Sword of Hajya25 June 1993Sega Game GearReleased in Japan as Shining Force Gaiden II. Remade as part of Shining Force CD.
6 November 20133DS Virtual Console
Shining Force II1 October 1993Sega Mega Drive
11 July 2008Wii Virtual Console
26 January 2011Windows
Shining Force CD21 July 1994Sega Mega-CDContains remakes of Shining Force Gaiden I and II and a new scenario.
Shining Force Gaiden: Final Conflict30 June 1995Sega Game GearNever officially released in English; however, fan translations are available.
15 January 20143DS Virtual ConsoleJapan only
Shining Wisdom10 August 1995Sega Saturn
Shining the Holy Ark20 December 1996Sega Saturn
Shining Force III Scenario 111 December 1997Sega SaturnReleased in the US and Europe as Shining Force III.
Shining Force III Scenario 229 April 1998Sega SaturnNever officially released in English; however, fan translations are available.
Shining Force III Scenario 323 September 1998Sega SaturnNever officially released in English; however, fan translations are available.
Shining Force III Premium Disk3 December 1998Sega SaturnNever officially released in English; however, fan translations are available.
Shining Soul28 March 2002Game Boy AdvanceThis was the first game developed by Grasshopper Manufacture (all previous ones were developed by Camelot Software); all games from this point onward are not part of the same continuity as the pre-Soul games.
Shining Soul II24 July 2003Game Boy Advance
Shining Force: Resurrection of the Dark Dragon30 April 2004Game Boy AdvanceAn enhanced remake of the original Shining Force, with a revised story, new battles, and new characters.
Shining Tears3 November 2004PlayStation 2Character designs by Tony Taka.
Shining Force Neo24 March 2005PlayStation 2
Shining Road to the Force14 April 2005Japanese mobile phonesThe first non-remake strategy Shining game in over seven years.
Shining Force Chronicle I26 April 2005Japanese mobile phonesRemake of Shining Force Gaiden.
24 October 2011Android
Shining Force Chronicle II3 October 2005Japanese mobile phonesRemake of Shining Force: The Sword of Hajya.
8 December 2011Android
Shining Road Priestess of the Dark Dragon27 January 2006Japanese mobile phones
Shining Force Chronicle III27 June 2006Japanese mobile phonesRemake of Shining Force Gaiden: Final Conflict.
24 May 2012Android
Shining Force EXA18 January 2007PlayStation 2
Shining Wind17 May 2007PlayStation 2Follow-up to Shining Tears. Character designs by Tony Taka.
Shining Force EXA Mobile10 July 2007Japanese mobile phones
Shining Wind X1 December 2008Japanese mobile phonesEnhanced version of Shining Wind.
Shining Force Feather[4]19 February 2009Nintendo DS
Shining Force Cross (raid)3 December 2009Arcade
Shining Hearts[5]16 December 2010PlayStation PortableCharacters designed by Tony Taka.
Shining Blade[6]15 March 2012PlayStation PortableCharacters designed by Tony Taka.
Shining Ark[7]28 February 2013PlayStation PortableCharacters designed by Tony Taka.
Blade Arcus from Shining5 November 2014ArcadeCharacter designs by Tony Taka.
28 July 2016Windows
Shining Resonance11 December 2014PlayStation 3Character designs by Tony Taka.
Blade Arcus from Shining EX26 November 2015PlayStation 3
PlayStation 4
Blade Arcus from Shining: Battle Arena28 July 2016Windows
Shining Resonance Refrain10 July 2018Microsoft Windows
Nintendo Switch
PlayStation 4
Xbox One
Enhanced port of Shining Resonance; unlike the original PlayStation 3 release, this version was available worldwide. First game in the series for an Xbox console.
Blade Arcus Rebellion from Shining14 March 2019PlayStation 4
Nintendo Switch
Enhanced port of Blade Arcus from Shining with the addition of extra characters from Shining Resonance Refrain.

Reception[edit]

In 1996, Next Generation listed the Genesis and Sega CD entries of the series (but not Shining Wisdom or any of the Game Gear installments) collectively as number 77 on their 'Top 100 Games of All Time'. They lauded the series for replacing the then-standard generic RPG encounters with story-based battles, using an exciting character class system, and having brilliant pacing that keeps the games from ever dragging.[8]

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References[edit]

  1. ^'Shining Force Cross for Arcade Games'. GameFAQs. CBS Interactive.
  2. ^ abGantayat, Anoop (2012-02-13). 'Sega shows new rhythm game, updated Shining and Border Break, and Fantasy Zone Medal at AOU'. AndriaSang. Retrieved 14 April 2012.
  3. ^'Appendix of Consolidated Financial Statements 9 Months Ended December 31, 2009'(PDF). Sega Sammy Holdings. February 5, 2010. p. 3. Retrieved 13 April 2012.
  4. ^'Shining Force Feather 公式サイト'. Shining-force.jp. Retrieved 2013-09-24.
  5. ^'SEGA[シャイニング・ハーツ]公式サイト'. Shining-world.jp. Retrieved 2013-09-24.
  6. ^'SEGA[シャイニング・ブレイド]公式サイト'. Shining-world.jp. Retrieved 2013-09-24.
  7. ^'SEGA[シャイニング・アーク]公式サイト'. Shining-world.jp. Retrieved 2013-09-24.
  8. ^'Top 100 Games of All Time'. Next Generation. No. 21. Imagine Media. September 1996. p. 44.

External links[edit]

  • Shining-world.jp: Sega's Shining series portal site
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