The granddaddy of tactics RPGs returns, and once again, it demands attention.
Sonic enjoys its biggest Japanese launch since Sonic Adventure 2, while God of War Ragnarok's launch numbers fall below God of War 3 and the 2018 title.
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The remaster offers numerous quality-of-life improvements and changes, a rerecorded soundtrack, new Charms and Buff Cards, and more.
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The remaster of Tactics Ogre: Let Us Cling Together is available on November 11th for PS4, PS5, PC, and Nintendo Switch worldwide.
The HD remaster of Tactics Ogre: Let Us Cling Together launches on November 11th for Nintendo Switch, PS4, PS5, and PC via Steam.
Units receive new AI settings, while ranged weapons and spells benefit from trajectory prediction. Random battles are also gone from the world map.
Finishers, ninjutsu, and war dances now use MP instead of Technical Points, and players can save up to five battle parties to quickly switch to.
Producer Hiroaki Kato says Square Enix wanted to retain the game's pixel art aesthetic, though he is personally a fan of the HD-2D look.
The remaster allows for checking layouts and enemy types before battles, completing bonus objectives for more rewards, and much more.
A short new video for Tactics Ogre: Reborn highlights the game's Elements and Divine Protection systems. The game is out on November 11.
Live streams for Star Ocean: The Divine Force, the SaGa Series, Valkyrie Elysium, Harvestella, and more are also confirmed.
The remaster features HD visuals, fully-voiced cutscenes, re-recorded music and quality of life improvements like auto-save and overhauled controls.
Tactics Ogre: Reborn has popped up on the website for the Australia Classification Board, sporting an M rating for its mature themes and violence.
The unannounced remaster will apparently feature visual improvements, new gamepay features, fully voiced cutscenes, and more.
The cover art seems to resemble Tactics Ogre: Let Us Cling Together, implying this to be a remaster or re-imagining of the 1995 classic.