Elder Gate (エルダーゲート Erudā Gēto?) is a 3D role-playing game developed and published by Konami for the PlayStation in 2000. The game was only released in Japan. The soundtrack was composed by Michiru Yamane.
A hero must challenge the elements to restore two worlds out of balance - Eldora and Rosel.
Eldora has been built by eight elements: air, fire, earth, water, thunder, ice, light and darkness. But the excess of these energies is very harmful, so in order to maintain balance, part of it passes to Rosell through a door. You are a guardian of that door and as such it is your sacred duty to watch over it, to ensure that nothing abnormal happens. Until one day, the energy stops flowing. That implies a ticket, through the door, to travel to Eldora, now turned into a hell, and thus be able to solve the issue at hand.
The game is a role-playing game, but unlike most of the RPGs of that era, the game is fully in 3D. The player can talk to NPCs, visit towns, do battles, like all RPGs. The key to survival in Elder Gate is combining the elements to create spells and magical attacks. There are eight elements and these powers are concentrated into stones that the player can collect.