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February 6th, 2014, 05:28
Originally Posted by Fluent View Post
Tactics Ogre was phenomenal. The only minor gripe I have about that game was that it took so much time to train your army after every battle.

It went like this. Fight a battle. One guy levels up in the process. The rest of your army doesn't. … Even as a kid when I had way more patience for that sort of thing it bothered me. I like the leveling up mechanics but leave the training sessions out of it.
Good news! The PSP version totally changed leveling up. Your entire party gains equal XP and levels up together. Hence, you can actually fight as a group and not worry about some units not getting XP. And training battles are completely gone. And if a unit dies, you can bequeath their abilities to a new unit if you like.

There are also tons of other MASSIVE improvements to the PSP version. If you only played the original PS1 version ages ago, Tactics Ogre on PSP is worth replaying. They brought together all the original lead developers for the PSP remake/remaster and it really shows.
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