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Opulently Obfuscating 0

Tactics Ogre: Let Us Cling Together takes an outmoded, but influential, tactical RPG and overhauls it almost completely, in the process making it one of the premier RPGs on the PSP. Originally developed for the Super Famicom in 1995 by Quest, the now-defunct studio of lauded director Yasumi Matsuno, Tactics Ogre did much to establish standards in the turn-based strategy genre, only for those ideas to result in its more popular spiritual successor, Final Fantasy Tactics, a few years later. Howeve...

13 out of 13 found this review helpful.

Didn't Live up to the Hype 0

I will set the stage by stating that I love strategy games (see my lists to get a flavor of the games that I like) and have played pretty much everything in the genre. I played a little of my brother's copy of Tactics Ogre on the Playstation years ago, but didn't think it stacked up to the likes of Final Fantasy Tactics from a gameplay standpoint. I was excited to hear about the remade PSP version given the number of announced gameplay changes and new features. While there were some improvements...

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