Conclusion: La Pucelle is the name of the church that the good guys are a part of. There is a lot of French in the game besides that, too. From wikipedia: “The Goddess “Poitreene” (which is a mispelling : it should be “poitrine”) for example, would literally be “Goddess Breast”.
Conclusion: And if the review doesn’t hook their interest in the game, there’s always the fact that the heroine has a chest bigger that would make most grown women jealous. That freaked me out first time I saw it.
Conclusion: “What, there are 16 year old girls who don’t look like this?” Jay, there comes a time in a man’s life when… “At least the staff isn’t obscenely phallic.” Absolutely not. The developers had no intention of pleasing japanese and american otaku in the slightest :p
Summary: As I've just completed my third playthrough (and need my life back), be warned - the characters in La Pucelle: Tactics may be cutesy-pie, but they are adorable. Played on a grid system, which sounds dull but isn't, half the fun of this game is in planning which tactics will do the maximum damage...
Once it has you sucked in, you'll never ever want to leave!
Mr. Gary M. Green, Amazon
1 August 2005
Summary: Say hello to Nippon Ichi Software. A massive Japanese developer that is still largely unheard of over here. Nippon Ichi's fame comes from a trilogy of tactical-strategy RPGs, all of of which are nothing short of excellent.