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Submitted by GamePodunk 1027d ago | review

La Pucelle: Tactics Review | Game Podunk

GP: "If you were the owner of a PS2 back in its heyday and were a fan of Japanese games then Disgaea was probably big on your radar. When Disgaea: Hour of Darkness launched on the system it was met with loads of praise. Gamers quickly snapped it up and waited for Atlus to publish more. Because of the unexpected success, publisher Mastiff decided to bring Nippon Ichi’s previous game stateside.

La Pucelle: Tactics had actually come out a year before Disgaea in Japan, but would not be arriving a year later in North America. The question was (and still remains): Just how good is this game and was it worth the translation?" (La Pucelle: Tactics, PS2, PS3) 6.5/10

Dark_Overlord  +   1027d ago
I actually preferred the battle system in this to Disgaeas :)

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