Reviews and Problems with Tactics Ogre: The Knight of Lodis
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Tactics Ogre: The Knights of Lodis
2 November 2005
Excerpt: Tactics Ogre: The Knight of Lodis is
nothing short of a great game. The story follows a young knight in the Lodis
Empire, named Alphonse, who has been dispatched to quell a rebellion on the island of Ovis.
Excerpt: The island of Ovis has been under the rule of the Holy Lodis Empire for the last 15 years, and it's inhabitants have been forced to convert to Lodisism. As Alphonse, a member of the Order of the Sacred Flame of Felis, you must find out who is betraying who in this mysterious holy war.
Pros: A very long game with a deep story that is also very customizable., Much-improved training and spellcasting from the previous incarnation., Pooled disposable items.
Cons: Too much like it's predecessor., Boring and sometimes very lengthy dialogue., Training is still a necessity.
Tactics Ogre: The Knight of Lodis – Second Opinion
26 March 2003
Excerpt: Let's get this out of the way: Tactics Ogre: Knight Of Lodis is an excellent game. Mike nailed most of the important points about this game. If I may, I would draw a parallel to another GBA game, Golden Sun . Like Golden Sun , Knight Of Lodis is a modern reinvention of 16-bit play mechanics.
Excerpt: I have not been a big fan of the Tactics series. While I have tried to play them, they have been very difficult, hard to get started, and not much fun to play--especially when you find yourself dead after the first or second encounter.
Excerpt: While the GameBoy Advance (GBA) is better than its predecessor (the GameBoy Color, or GBC) in just about every way imaginable, one of the most impressive things about Nintendo's newest handheld is the selection of games in genres that were poorly represented on the GBC.
Conclusion: Wenn du mal keine Lust auf den Storymodus hast, kannst du immer wieder zwischendurch Aufgaben im Questmodus erfüllen. Neue Quests musst dir jedoch erst freispielen. Ebenfalls für eine Abwechslung gut ist der Multiplayermodus, bei dem du dich mit der Party deines Freundes messen kannst.