Reviews and Problems with Hero's Saga Laevatein Tactics
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The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly
Douglas McFarland, Amazon
16 June 2014
Summary: When looking into this game you'll probably want to consider The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly. The Good points in this game are that the graphics are straightforward. The music (though repetitive) is solid and keeps you aware of what's going on. The equipment and money are plentiful. The story is easy to follow, and the novel use of French, Spanish, and German phrases is different.
Summary: Another ho hum game. Its OK but if I had it to do over again I would not purchase it. I should have rented it before I spent the bucks. Amazon did great though. Its not their fault if the game is below par. They promise to take the order properly and deliver when promised. They fulfilled their part well. Thanks.
Summary: First off, let me say that this game is no final fantasy nor golden sun, but a diamond in the rough. I was looking for some cheap entertainment mid semester so I happened upon this on amazon. The production values and graphics in this game are simple, the small amount of character models are reused, and the story is simple. Yet, it's charming and doesn't really hinder the game.
Summary: I bought a ds and this game for the main fact that I love tactical rigs. This game is a cross between ff tactics and ogre battle. If you like to collect tactics games then I recommend getting this for your collection. Its fun and worth the price.
Summary: This is a decent strategy game with some unique combat elements. You fight as a squad with a hero unit and each "attack" is a three round volley. Opens some interesting otions. The game just feels too lineir for me and even though there's a lot of recruitable hero's non of them really grow or are customizable. They gain levels and some corresponding stats but that's about it. Non enough variety in special skills/attacks/spells. Overall it's worth a play through though.
Summary: This game is a pretty good Strategic/Tactic RPG, even though it's not in the same league of Final Fantasy Tactics for PS1, by the way the GBA version is not the same game and it's a lot worse. I already beaten the main quest with about 30% of the arms collected, now I'm going for the 100% during what could be considered the EX mode. I had to grind around a dozen time to level-up, anyway the game is not that hard once you grasp the mechanics.
Summary: Hero's saga is a fairly straightforward game for it's genre. Obviously, it is at least somewhat inspired by Tactics Ogre GBA- One of my all-time favorite games. Like T.O. GBA, it is not stellar, not mediocre but there is a certain charm that keeps me coming back for more. It is ridiculous for it to have a 2-star rating, thus this review. Those who complain about it's difficulty are most likely the ones who charge into battle with no plan.