Fullmetal Alchemist 2: Curse of the Crimson Elixir Image

Mixed or average reviews - based on 21 Critics

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Generally favorable reviews- based on 20 Ratings

Summary: (Also known as "Fullmetal Alchemist 2: Akaki Elixir no Akuma") The story begins in Lior, a desert city that Edward and Alphonse visit in the first episode of the animated series. As the brothers are unveiling the secrets of a cult called Leto, they are attacked by shadowy creatures from the unknown. Meanwhile, a frightening phenomenon is sweeping the country; people in many regions are vanishing without a trace. In Resembool, Edward and Alphonse meet an enigmatic alchemist. It seems that he has some connection with both the disappearances and the strange creatures encountered earlier. When Colonel Mustang sends the brothers to investigate a village plagued by these monsters, they meet Arlen, an archaeologist who is studying the ancient civilization of Lebis. Edward and Alphonse soon find themselves headed for the ruins of Siam-Sid, the capital city of Lebis, to discover the truth behind the monstrous creatures and the puzzling disappearances.
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Rating: T
Developer: Racjin
Genre(s): Role-Playing
Number of Players:1 Player
ESRB Descriptors:Blood Language Use of Alcohol and Tobacco Violence
Cast Credit
Christopher Sabat Voice Actor: Alex Louis Armstrong
Rick Spiegel Voice Actor: Arlen Glostner
Juli Erikson Voice Actor: Pinako Rockbell
Andy Mullins Voice Actor: Cornello
Porno Graffiti Opening Theme "Melissa"
L' Arc~En~Ciel Opening Theme Song. "Ready, Steady, Set, Go"
Sonny Strait Voice Actor: Maes Hughes
John Burgmeier Voice Actor: John Burgmeier
John Burgmeier Voice Actor: John Burgmeier
Dameon Clarke Voice Actor: Scar
Mike McFarland Voice Actor: Jean Havoc
Vic Mignogna Voice Actor: Edward Elric
Colleen Clinkenbeard Voice Actor: Riza Hawkeye
Luci Christian Voice Actor: Elma
Caitlin Glass Voice Actor: Winry Rockbell
Travis Willingham Voice Actor: Roy Mustang
Aaron Dismuke Voice Actor: Alphonse Elric
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Awards & Rankings

#76 Most Shared PS2 Game of 2005