Summary: The only reason this game gets a 4-star instead of 5-star is because of my extremely high standard. Having played timeless classic SRPG such as Fire of Emblem, Shining Force, Tactic Orge, Langrisser, and etc. Comparing to those games, this game certainly has no business standing among them.
Summary: I played this game when i first got my psp back in 2007 and loved it. I was looking for a final fantasy tactics style game and Jeanne D'arc is one of the best available. It is more simple and easier to learn and master than FFT or Tactics Ogre but no less fun.
Summary: If you like Tactics based games and have a PSP, this game is definitely worth getting. The story is an alternate reality version of the 100 Years War and the story of Joan of Arc. The learning curve isn't very high especially if you have played games like Fire Emblem or Final Fantasy Tactics.
Summary: Perhaps the best SRPG for the PSP, Jeanne D'arc (Joan of Arc in French - thank you commenters!) is a RPG play off of the history of Joan of Arc, and is the story of a French peasant whose village is burned by the English and decides to wage her own war against the English.
Summary: I went out on a limb when I bought this game, I'm very picky about the games I play. So when I bought this one I was hoping it would be fun, I did all the research on the internet, I watched video's on it also, so I finally bought it.
A nice looking JSRPG that is only held back by slow pacing.
Dov Charney "creeper", Amazon
29 August 2008
Summary: Lets face it, even some of the greatest JSRPGs of all time can be a bit slow. (FFT,Disgaea) Jeanne D'arc also suffers from this issue, the problem is magnified however by the CPU AI taking a very long time to complete even the most basic of turns like a "wait, wait, move 2 squares,wait, attack"...
A surprisingly good game with a strange historical inspiration.
24 June 2008
Summary: Jeanne D'arc is one of those games that I initially blew off. The cover art and basic premise of the game left me really skeptical about the quality of game that was contained within. I have to say that I am glad one of my friends showed this game to me because I otherwise would have ignored it.
Summary: Jeanne D'arc is the first PSP RPG from developer Level 5 (Dragon Quest VIII, Dark Cloud 2). This time they tried their hand at the tactical role-playing genre, instead of their usual action-RPG and standard turn-based offerings. The result is successful in all respects.