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La Pucelle: Tactics (PS2)

La Pucelle: Tactics (PS2)
alaScore 88

70 reviews

Jul, 2014

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Amazon.com review summary for La Pucelle: Tactics (PS2)

 

alaTest has collected and analyzed 38 user reviews of La Pucelle: Tactics (PS2) from Amazon.com. The average user rating for this product is 3.7/5, compared to an average user rating of 4.1/5 for other PlayStation 2 Games (PS2) on Amazon.com.

84% of the reviews on Amazon.com give this product a positive rating.

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La Pucelle: Tactics (PlayStation 2)

 

La Pucelle: Tactics is yet another strategy role-playing game about teenage, French-named, anime-style, exorcist demon-hunters. If only we had a penny for every one, right? But yes, it's true, this strangely named game from the makers of last year's...

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PS2 Review -- La Pucelle: Tactics

 

Better than the legendary Disgaea? In some ways, yes.

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La Pucelle: Tactics

 

The tactical role-playing genre has finally started to catch on. The years past have seen some games fly below the radar only to end up with nines and tens in the review listings. Nippon Ichi's Disgaea: Hour of Darkness won many accolades and is one of...

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La Pucelle: Tactics on Playstation 2

 

Aww…a demon, how cute

That said, I can finish by saying La Pucelle is a game worth picking up. The story and excellent character development will keep you playing for hours on end, despite the actual lack of characters. The battle system is unique, inventive and never has...

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La Pucelle: Tactics

 

I would like to start off this review by conveying my utmost joy that Disgaea sold so well in North America. Because of that one fact, we have been blessed with two other amazing Nippon Ichi masterpieces: La Pucelle: Tactics and Phantom Brave. With...

While La Pucelle may not be the longest RPG in existence (you could probably blow through it in 25 hours or so), what is there is pure quality. Add to that the amazing addictiveness of gaining "just one more level" and the optional (and brutally hard)...

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La Pucelle Tactics

 

La Pucelle Tactics comes at an interesting time. Riding on the coat tails of success Atlus received by Disgaea, lesser known publisher Mastiff Games decided it was high time to grab and publish the first of the Nippon Ichi PS2 trilogy with only a 3...

If you liked Disgaea then you'll love this game.

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La Pucelle Tactics: Playstation 2 (PS2) Reviews - The Armchair Empire

 

Last year, console owners with a taste for strategy RPGs had themselves a nice little treat with the release of Nippon Ichi's Disgaea on the PS2

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La Pucelle Tactics

 

La Pucelle Tactics is the latest US release from Japanese developer Nippon Ichi. After last year's Disgaea won critical acclaim and was immediately embraced by hardcore gamers nationwide, the demand for another game from Nippon Ichi skyrocketed. ...

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La Pucelle: Tactics Review

 

La Pucelle: Tactics revolves around a 16-year-old demon hunter, Prier, who journies through a threacherous medieval Europe in pursuit of cleansing the world of evil. Accompanying Prier in her journey ...

La Pucelle: Tactics serves a great storyline with some humor added along. If you like strategy games in general then this game is for you, but if you judge games based on 3D graphics, then steer clear unless you’re willing to give this 2D strategy rpg...

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La Pucelle Tactics

 

Turn-based strategy RPGs have a long history in videogaming, but the sub-subgenre was really popularized in the minds of casual gamers in 1998 with the US release of Final Fantasy Tactics. Essentially a Square-licensed, polished PSone version of the...

Although there’s a good mix of reading and voice-overs, the voice work is solid when it shows up ; Localization is nearly polished enough to fool you into thinking it’s a Working Designs game ; Energy flow” addition to the standard tactics-style battle...

Inevitably, some will complain the graphics are barely even 32-bit-worthy. They’re right, but most tactics-style RPG-lovers will retort, “So what ; Some of the snarkier tactical tricks can be stumpers to pull off outside the first time they’re introduced

It may look like an early PSone port, but underneath the plain-jane graphics is a fun story with a fresh spin on tactics-style RPGs battle systems that’ll immerse you for hours.

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