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La Pucelle: Tactics

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Overall 8
8.0

La Pucelle: Tactics PS2 Review

Console Obsession
31 May 2010
  • Excerpt: With their offbeat sense of humour and often bizarre gameplay mechanics, Nippon Ichi are a unique company with their own unmistakeable style. The developer doesn’t use exceptional graphics to make themselves noticed, instead crafting games so deep that you’d think you could drown. Despite being the oldest of the three games (the other two being Disgaea and Phantom Brave of course) La Pucelle: Tactics is the latest game to be released here in Europe.
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Review – La Pucelle: Tactics

videolamer
20 June 2006
  • Conclusion: The time you must spend leveling to get all the game offers belies how little strategy Nippon Ichi put into La Pucelle. At enormously high levels, which is where you must be to complete the non-mandatory end game stuff, every enemy kills you in one hit. In order to succeed you must kill them in one pass or run. This extreme also saps the strategy from the game.
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Overall 7
7.0

Expert Review

GamesAreFun
1 January 2006
  • Excerpt: Let us start with the graphics or, more importantly, the art. Don't be fooled by the uninspired boxart. The actual character and monster designs are quite good if a bit cliché (pay attention you'll be seeing that word a lot). The design does tend to lean a bit too hard towards the cute spectrum but it's not bad enough so that you choke on it.
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La Pucelle Tactics – Review

GameCritics.com
26 August 2005
  • Excerpt: Why do people say that videogames have no educational value? In vision therapy, I played a blue and red Arkanoids clone to help my eyes work together. The Legend of Zelda taught me the basics of reading maps. And thanks to playing La Pucelle Tactics , I can now call somebody "stupid" in Japanese. Demon hunting heroine Prier is always calling people baka: her younger brother, her best friend, scary monsters. "You really piss me off!
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La Pucelle: Tactics

Just RPG
24 July 2005
  • Excerpt: Those who played last years hit, Disgaea: Hour of Darkness , were pleasantly suprised to see one of the most enjoyable and unique RPG experiences around. The game's developer, Nippon Ichi Software, will soon be bringing one of their previous games, La Pucelle Tactics , to the U.S. thanks to publisher Mastif. With many similarities to Disgaea , La Pucelle Tactics is a title many Strategy/RPG fans are eager for.
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Overall 8
8.4

La Pucelle Tactics

Just RPG
21 April 2005
  • Excerpt: Thanks to Mastiff, La Pucelle Tactics , a strategy/RPG from Nippon Ichi Software, finally made it to American shores in early May, 2004. The game shares hordes of similarities to last year's hit, Disgaea: Hour of Darkness , but still has its fair share of originality. So does the game live up to Disgaea ? Read on! Despite its recent release, La Pucelle was actually developed by Nippon Ichi before Disgaea . Atlus published Disgaea in the U.S.
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La Pucelle: Tactics

GameBrink
20 April 2005
Overall 10
9.5

La Pucelle: Tactics

Playstation Illustrated
16 April 2005
  • Excerpt: Disgaea: Hour of Darkness was an example of one of those great games that comes along, destroys everything else in the genre and doesn't get the respect it deserves from the general gaming populace. While a vast majority still claim Final Fantasy Tactics to be the greatest Strategy RPG ever made, those who played Disgaea would be the first to argue that title.
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La Pucelle: Tactics

Game Ratio
3 December 2004
  • Excerpt: La Pucelle Tactics is a turn-based strategy role-playing game from the makers of Disgaea: Hour of Darkness, and the game follows the same tradition as other turn-based RPGs such as Final Fantasy Tactics and Shining Force.
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Overall 8
8.0

La Pucelle: Tactics review (PS2)

HonestGamers
29 August 2004
  • Excerpt: Each character can carry four items, and there are no class restrictions. What this means is that you have full control over how each team member evolves. Do you want a badass magic user who also has armor more powerful than a locomotive? Not a problem. Just buy the right gear and equip it, then watch your character mow down the opposition without a care in the world.
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