a.k.a. SAINTS 聖なる魔物 / セインツ 聖なる魔物 / Saints: Seinaru Mamono

published by SCE Europe / SCE America in 2003-03-25, developed by SCE Studio Cambridge, running on PlayStation 2
type: beat 'em up, adventure
genre: Fantasy, Action-Adventure
setting: Medieval
perspective: 3rd person
player options: single player
languages: eng fre ger ita jpn spa

Personal reviews (2)

The game has great production values, one of the best looking titles for the PS2. It was made to make the best use of the console's capabilities but also has great story and soundtrack, orchestral for the cutscenes and industrial rock for the combat. A very interesting mix. Aside from some glitches, there's nothing wrong with this game. Save your progress often so if you encounter a glitch you don't have to backtrack a lot.
(Erameris) - # 2014-05-18 03:32:25
The game is nice, but difficult to appreciate with the all too loud (and horrible) music going on in the "background". There's no volume adjustment or turning it off. I can't remember much else about the game anymore, but it had a nice fluffy feel to it in the gothic dark fantasy sense.

Update: Either there's more than one version out there or I couldn't figure out the options menu originally as I've since found music volume control (also I sold my original copy and later acquired another) . The volumes are still all over the place regardless of the control, though.

# 2007-10-22 12:20:56

Official description

Meet the heroine for the next millennium. Jen Tate is a modern-day girl who faces insurmountable challenges both within herself and the world around her. She's on a journey of self-discovery and self-recovery. A journey that will change the balance of her soul and the balance of world order. Along the way, she has a faithful guardian named Scree, a stone gargoyle - who will help her understand the ways of a foreign world trapped in Oblivion.
# 2018-03-24 19:53:36 - official description

Comments (3)

* Solum, home of the Ferai. A somewhat Greek-like looking locale. Winter / Earth.
* Aquis, home of the Undine. A lagoon with large turbines and iris doors. Summer/Spring / Water.
* Aetha, home of the Wraith. A "mountainous" medieval setting. Autumn / Air.
* Volca, home of the Djinn. [...] Summer? / Fire
Sanguine # 2009-09-16 18:43:12
auto-regen - only in human form, the others need to drain life energy from other source (though usually this is handled by Scree who then channels it to Jen).

--- notes
Scree can climb stonework walls, should perhaps be categorized as ladders (shrubbery-type) due to their rarity.
Sanguine # 2009-09-13 18:57:57
GTIN: 711719413929

Product ID: SCES-51135
Sanguine # 2008-08-15 11:47:03

Technical specs

additional hardware: Dolby Pro Logic II, Dolby Surround,
display: textured polygons

Authors / Staff


16 Volt (music)
Andrew Barnabas (music)


Andreas Katsulas (voice actor)
Hudson Leick (voice actor)

External reviews (3) - average: 80% - median: 80%

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