La Pucelle: Tactics Now On PSN

Wednesday, September 12th, 2012

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Nippon Ichi’s first PS2 title La Pucelle: Tactics, has now found its way on the PlayStation Network and for a low price of $9.99! La Pucelle, besides Rhapsody: A Musical Adventure, would pave the way for a plethora of Tactical RPGs from Nippon Ichi that would soon come after. Sadly this is the first version and not the re-released PlayStation Portable version La Pucelle: Ragnarok (it was never localized), which gives us not only extras, but a proper re-written portion of story that helped fix the continuity.

Though as it stands, the game is great and well worth checking out, since La Pucelle: Tactics like many NISA games that aren’t named Disgaea, have become a bit hard to find for a decent price.


About David Fernandes

(Community Manager) David is an assistant admin and community manager at oprainfall. He joined the Operation Rainfall Campaign at the beginning, and became one of the staff as the first wave of new volunteers were needed back in mid June. He is an avid video game collector, and lover of most game genres. David spends much of his time in a futile effort in clearing out his ever growing video game backlog.

  • Awesome, I’m playing this right now! Just bought a hard copy a couple days ago.

  • Sweeeeeeeeeeeeeet!!!!!!!!!    I have this on a Ps2 emulator. Now that I can buy it legit I can’t wait to get it! 😀

    I loved getting those angel shoes things and getting those super strong weird looking guys. I GOTTA get this game..

  • This is a great game. I own a hard copy of it, the PSN version now, AND an import of the Ragnarok game– which does make so many improvements that it’s worth struggling through even when you don’t know Japanese (best to have a guide or maybe an LP open of what to do though), and I highly recommend this as it was a great game on its’ own, even if compared to Ragnarok and Disgaea, it’s rather slowed down.

    I do wish they’d bring back the stat leveling system though in a new game. I think that was one of their better ideas.