Magna Carta: Tears of Blood (also known as Magna Carta: Crimson Stigmata in South Korea, or simply Magna Carta in Europe) is a role-playing game developed by Banpresto and Softmax and released for the PlayStation 2 video game console. It is the second game in the Magna Carta series and the sequel to Magna Carta: The Phantom of Avalanche.
Game release and distribution
The game was first released in Japan in 2004, in North America in 2005, and in Europe in 2006.
It was initially only playable on the PS2, but was later implemented into PSP.
The game's integration to PSP was only done in Japan.
|Characters||Korean Voice Actor||Japanese Voice Actor||English Voice Actor|
Hoshi Souchirou (older)
Tateno Kanako (younger)
Morikawa Toshiyuki (older)
Tomatsu Rika (younger)
|Ladrinne Milire Owen||손정아||Sakakibara Yoshiko|
|Roxy Midka||우정신||Imai Yuka|
|Carian Lora||강희선||Noda Junko|
|Azhadi Loren||장광||Tobita Nobuo|
Suzuoki Hirotaka (older)
|Elaine Crane||Tanaka Rie|
|Zekart Somun||Masutani Yasunori|
O and X refers to the buttons on the controller
Reviews of Magna Carta: Tears of Blood were mixed. Many fans and reviewers praise the game for having well-developed characters, an interesting storyline, and intriguing art style, however, it was criticised for its repetitive gameplay, extreme linearity, and the voice acting was heavily panned for being badly acted and poorly cast.