spincookie's Jeanne d'Arc (PlayStation Portable) review
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As a strategy game fan, I enjoyed playing a game outside of the usual stable of franchises such as Fire Emblem and Final Fantasy Tactics. The gameplay is very unique, mainly bringing the concept of empowering certain characters to gain additional turns by chaining kills. Combined with the skill system, the core concepts of this game make for what could have been an interesting game. However, I couldn't help but feel that the game never really comes into its own. The main reason for this seemed ...1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
Have you ever wanted to play a tactics game loosely based on the Joan of Arc story, well I didn't think I would, but I have to say that I was happily mistaken. You will be playing the part of Jeanne, a small town girl that tries to help a fallen soldier only to have an armlet appear on her wrist. Then she starts to hear the voice of "god" telling her what she needs to do with the armlet. You will be playing through varying levels either to progress the story or perhaps level up those characters ...1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
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