La Pucelle: Tactics User Reviews
It has a decent variety of quests and there is some humor here and there. The battles are well done. origional characters.The bad:
The graphics aren't that great. The story line is very perdictable and generic. You can't recruit dark world characters.No New Game + featureSummary:
Overall I would say this an above average game IF you prefer gameplay over garphics. This game certaintly wouldn't be mistaken for the next big squaresoft game. The gameplay is somewhat similar to FFT(final fantasy tatics). The game has a clear way of recruiting demons via purification which also increases item levels. The main weakness of this game IMO is that it offers no way of restarting the game with your powered up charaters and wiping the floor with a boss that irritated you.This is a good game overall, but if you want shiny graphics which seems to be increasingly more important to g...
interesting character developement and interaction, engaging gameplay, high replay valueThe bad:
pretty perdictable plot, PS1 graphics, terrible voice acting and cheesy dialogueSummary:
I purchased La Pucelle due to my intense affection for its predessor, Disgaea: Hour of Darkness. It's an above average title, but comparisons to Disgaea are impossible to avoid, and from that standpoint, it's lacking. It's story line tastes stale, there is considerably lower replay value, and the amount of side quests is more than halved. However, there is still a stellar level of party customization and tricky battles. In its defense, La Pucelle was Nippon Ichi's first step into the strategy RPG genre, and was only released later in the U.S. due to Disgaea's success.
I reccomend La Pucelle ...
The storyline is great. From exciting, to tragic, to all around funny, this storyline reflects the kind of plot we want to see in all RPG games.The bad:
There are only 3 things I found that this game could improve, but this game is still great!Summary:
La Pucelle is a great game to enjoy, and it captivated me right away. The characters are imaginative and funny, and the backgrounds are beautiful, even if they are 2D. Well, instead of rambling on about the good things you probably already know, I'll tell u about the things I thought the game could have improved on. Firstly, this game looks more like an improved version of RPG games found on Super Nintendo, like Chrono Trigger and Breath of Fire 3. Though the graphics of the characters have stayed the same, the backgrounds are beautiful and well done. The only thing I found wrong with this ...
Nice strategic battle system very interesting story line and humorous in some ways.The bad:
There is nothing badSummary:
La Pucelle Tactics is the game prequel to Disgaea which was one of the favorites of the year 2003. Yup you heard me its a prequel it was made a year before Disgaea but it was just released late.
The story line is about a girl named Prier (Pronounced Pree-ay) and she is aiming to be the holy maiden of the La Pucelle Church. Although her personality can really get in the way of things. She is rowdy and is not afraid to speak her mind. She is rough and tough! She travels with Alouette who also joined the church and she keeps Prier in check to make sure she doenst get out of...
- Endings 6
- NEVER EVER EVER DO THIS!!!!! 1
- I Got 14k on Halls of the Dead O.O 0
- Shorty What You Thank, I Got Money in the Bank 0
- POWER UP (In my Altered Beast voice) 0
- Number of possible Heal Miracles??? 0
- Baal and Baal Stage Glitches 0
- Prier Second Title 0
- We Gone Make You Boyz Strong(in my Major Payne voice) 0
- Smart Use of Items & Character Efficiency 0
- Warp Engine + No Effort At All = Mass Miracles EVERY TIME 0
- Lets Point Out Some F.A.Q.s 0