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Tactics Ogre: Let Us Cling Together

A Tactical RPG for Super NES, re-released on Sega Saturn and PlayStation by Quest in the Ogre Battle series

Tactics Ogre: Let Us Cling Together box art

You are the remnants of a band of fallen heroes, risen to form the Walister Resistance. With truth and justice as your allies, you seek the overthrow of the corrupt factions that have entrenched themselves throughout the Valerian Isles. But truth alone will not bring about the restoration of peace and honor; Steel yourself and your band of resistance fighters and prepare for war against king, knight, undead, monster, god, friend and foe.

PSP Remake

Tactics Ogre: Let Us Cling Together was remade as Tactics Ogre: Wheel of Fortune for PlayStation Portable by Square Enix, released in 2011 with a major update to the battle system and graphics, and a new translation by Joseph Reeder and Alexander O. Smith1.

Notes
  1. PlayStation.Blog: Tactics Ogre: Let Us Cling Together – Your Questions Answered

Box Art

Title
タクティクスオウガ (Tactics Ogre)
Platform
Sega Saturn
Release date
6 Oct 1995
タクティクスオウガ (Tactics Ogre) box art for Sega Saturn
Title
タクティクスオウガ
Platform
Sega Saturn
Release date
6 Oct 1996
タクティクスオウガ box art for Sega Saturn
Title
タクティクスオウガ
Platform
PlayStation
Release date
25 1997
タクティクスオウガ box art for PlayStation
Title
Tactics Ogre
Platform
PlayStation
Release date
1 1998
Tactics Ogre box art for PlayStation

News & Blogs

Tactics Ogre: Let Us Cling Together coming February 15 with Tarot cards!

Tactics Ogre: Let Us Cling Together will be coming to North America on February 15 along with the same preorder bonus given to Japanese consumers: Tarot cards featuring artwork from character designer and illustrator Akihiko Yoshida! According to Siliconera, you can get a deck by reserving at Gamestop or Amazon.com.

Tactics Ogre returning on PSP

After a lengthy hiatus, the Tactics Ogre series is returning with a sequel entitled Tactics Ogre: Wheel of Fate. It will be a remake of the original Tactics Ogre: Let Us Cling Together from the Super NES period with the return of series architect Yasumi Matsuno along with his other peers, Hiroshi Minagawa, Akihiko Yoshida, Tsubasa Masao, Hitoshi Sakimoto, and Masaharu Iwata. This particular installment will feature a revision of the original game's story, along with some new characters and scenarios being written by Matsuno himself. Minagawa will take directorial role while Yoshida and Masao are designing the characters and Sakimoto and Iwata are doing the music. Read on

A fan translation of the SNES release of Tactics Ogre: Let Us Cling Together is complete. Although this is just the PlayStation script dropped into a SNES rom patch, many prefer the SNES release of the game due to the load times present in the PS game. Tactics Ogre games are known for their difficulty and excellent soundtracks, composed primarily by Masaharu Iwata and Hitoshi Sakimoto.1

Notes
  1. via Siliconera

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