La Pucelle - Tactics (USA) ISO
Sony Playstation 2 / PS2 ISOsGenre: StrategyRole-Playing
Rating: ESRB: T, CERO: A, CERO: C
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Game Description & Reviews:
La Pucelle Tactics is a tactics RPG, with an usual battle style.
In fights, you may recruit monsters from the maps you play on. Secondly, you can use what looks like multi-coloured streams of light (located on the ground) to magically hurt opponents, while others are healing streams.
Furthermore, once in town, you may send any monster you've recruited into a far away war, somewhere in some other universe (no details are actually given at the time). Of course, rewards you may reap in doing so!
Aside from that, the battle system is very much like most tactics games.
As for the game in general, it is played from a 2D perspective.
As for the story itself, it is about a strange set of events (no spoilers, so don't worry), which enables the hero to travel across the world (I still haven't finished the game, so I cannot say much more on the subject).
All in all, I have enjoyed playing the game so far. It is quite interesting, and funny at times. As if it wasn't enough, there are voice-overs, yay! So basically, the game has an interesting plot, dialogue and great voice-overs. The whole thing reminds me of the Chrono Crusade, if you are familiar with it. And if you are, then you will enjoy this game!
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