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Name Traysia
System Genesis - Mega Drive
Year 1992
Developer Telenet Japan
Genre RPG

Traysia is a role-playing video game released for the Sega Genesis/Mega Drive in 1992. It was developed by Telenet Japan and published by Renovation Products. The game takes place in a world called Toreiyu, which is filled with monsters, dungeons, and magic.

The main protagonist of the game is Traysia, a young girl who has been chosen as the “Chosen One” to save her home from an evil force known as Zalbart. She is accompanied by her faithful companion, Rulue, who serves as her protector and guide. Together they must explore the land of Toreiyu and defeat Zalbart’s minions in order to save their home from destruction.

Gameplay in Traysia consists of exploring various locations around Toreiyu while engaging in turn-based battles with monsters. As Traysia progresses through each location she will gain experience points which can be used to upgrade her stats such as health, strength and magic power. In addition to battling monsters, Traysia can also talk to NPCs throughout the world in order to gain information or items.

The battle system in Traysia features an interesting twist on traditional RPG combat; instead of selecting commands from a menu like many other games of its kind, players must select actions via a “wheel” that appears onscreen when engaging enemies. This wheel allows players to choose between attack commands such as physical attacks, spells or item use.

Traysia also features two mini-games that can be accessed at certain points during gameplay; one involves shooting targets while the other involves racing against time on a flying dragon mount. Both mini-games are optional but provide an extra challenge for those looking for something different from the main questline.

Traysia has become somewhat of a cult classic among fans of old-school RPGs due to its unique blend of exploration and combat mechanics combined with its memorable characters and storyline. Its charming visuals and soundtrack have also earned it praise from critics over the years making it well worth playing for anyone looking for a nostalgic trip back into gaming’s past.

Genesis - Mega Drive RPG games