Conclusion: Bottom line: If I can only have one SRPG for the rest of my life, it isn't even a contest. I could play Tactics Ogre: Let Us Cling Together for the next 10 years and still be finding new stuff to try. One of the best remakes of all time.
Conclusion: Tactics Ogre feels just like the Final Fantasy Tactics series, so if you liked them you'll love this as it's just more of the same. I was somewhat disappointed in finding out it was a remake and not an entirely new iteration with updated graphics in 3D, but the gameplay is top notch and the story is...
Excerpt: It’s pretty amazing that today’s handhelds are so much more powerful than the last generation consoles. However, while plenty of games have made the transition from the plastic brick next to the VCR to the smaller one in your hand, not all go through the same process.
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Excerpt: Tactics Ogre: Let Us Cling Together is the kind of game one could lose hours upon hours with. I would know; about seven years ago, the Game Boy Advance installment ( Tactics Ogre: The Knight of Lodis ) saved me from unspeakable boredom during a particularly long road trip.
Summary: It’s amazing how much is possible on four hours of sleep. Faking your way through the day and hoping nobody notices you yawning every few minutes isn’t so tough. It’s only after the third day that things get out of hand, at which point it’s time to give Tactics Ogre: Let Us Cling Together a brief...
Excerpt: Let us Cling Together? That's a really horrid caption, immediately conjuring up the kind of broken, half-formed Engrish sentiment that Square Enix should be doing its very best to try and get away from in 2011. It just doesn't sound... right.