The Speris Legacy

Available Platform: Amiga

The Speris Legacy is an action RPG created by Binary Emotions exclusively for the Amiga and published by Team17 in 1996.

Year1996
GenreRole Playing
Rating4

80/100 based on 8 Editorial reviews. Add your vote

PublisherTeam17
DeveloperBinary Emotions
OS supportedWin7 64 bit, Win8 64bit, Windows 10, MacOS 10.6+
Updated19 May 2021

Game Review

The Speris Legacy is an action RPG created by Binary Emotions exclusively for the Amiga and published by Team17 in 1996.

Designed by Andy Jolly, and created by a team of only 6 people, the title is clearly inspired by the JRPG genre. Many reviewers found similarities with The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past. Unfortunately, the comparison with these big productions didn't help the game getting good reviews. The Speris Legacy is what we could call today an "indie game," with a much smaller scope and fewer ambitions.

Nevertheless, this title represented a big gift for Amiga users in 1996 and one of the few titles using the AGA chipset properly. Speris Legacy offers interesting puzzles and a nice story, challenging battles (especially with the bosses), great music, and excellent 256-colors graphics. The Amiga is not famous for the JRPG genre, but this can be a great choice if you would like to try something different.

Review by: Manu
Published: 22 May 2021 7:47 am


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Download The Speris Legacy - Amiga Version

Amiga AGA version 2.0 - Language: English - Size: 9.76 Mb

Amiga AGA version 2.0 - Language: English - Size: 10.69 Mb


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