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  • Evolution the World of Sacred Device
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  • Evolution: The World of Sacred Device (known as Shinkisekai Evolution in Japan) is a console role-playing game for the Sega Dreamcast. It was developed by Sting Entertainment and published by Ubisoft in North America and Europe. In Japan it was published by ESP (Entertainment Software Publishers). Evolution is a Dungeon Crawling game that follows the adventures of Mag Launcher and Linear Cannon. Mag Launcher and his companions use Cyframes (minus a few), technology discovered in ancient ruins. These Cyframes are sought by adventurers who explore caverns to find them.
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  • Evolution: The World of Sacred Device (known as Shinkisekai Evolution in Japan) is a console role-playing game for the Sega Dreamcast. It was developed by Sting Entertainment and published by Ubisoft in North America and Europe. In Japan it was published by ESP (Entertainment Software Publishers). Evolution is a Dungeon Crawling game that follows the adventures of Mag Launcher and Linear Cannon. Mag Launcher and his companions use Cyframes (minus a few), technology discovered in ancient ruins. These Cyframes are sought by adventurers who explore caverns to find them. Combat in Evolution uses Preexisting Encounters and enemies appear only in dungeons. The battle is turn-based, using three characters. One of the major things that makes this games battle style different is the use of Cyframe characters. When using these types of characters they have interchangeable parts for their weapon (which cannot be unequipped) to give them different specials and stats. Not every character can utilize Cyframes and for the ones that don't, they have to level up and learn set skills from their list. This game had one sequel, Evolution 2: Far Off Promise, and a Nintendo Gamecube remake, Evolution Worlds.