I gushed a week or so ago about the early parts of Lunar: Silver Star Story Complete. I’m glad to say the level of quality holds up through nearly the entire game. And those parts that falter are only minimally disappointing. Lunar delivers on everything it aspires to: a mechanically unambitious but fundamentally sound old school JRPG with a cinematic flair. It combines 16-bit goodness with just the right amount of modern influence to keep it from feeling archaic.