As some people know Lunar 2: Eternal Blue Complete is the remake of the original Lunar Blue game that was first released for the Sega CD in 1994. Lunar 2: Eternal Blue Complete was the Sega Saturn and the PlayStation 1 version of the original Lunar: Eternal Blue game and was also the sequel to Lunar: The Silver Star game which was released for the Sega CD back in 1992. When it comes down to role playing games of the 90’s many people would argue that the Lunar series was highly underrated. Despite, not selling as much in America Lunar 2: Eternal Blue was a fun RPG title that was featured on a Sega console opposed to Nintendo. Generally, when it comes down to RPG titles they were generally featured on the Super Nintendo because the Sega Genesis was not known to have too many RPG titles back in the 90’s.
While this game stood out as an RPG mainly because it was featured on a Sega console some people still consider it to be a generic role playing title. Around the mid 90’s fighting games were starting to become more popular along with the fact that 3D gaming was starting become more popular following the release of the Sony PlayStation around that time period. When it comes down to games featured on Sega console some people would say that Lunar 2: Eternal Blue was underrated and deserved more credit than it got.