Legna Tactica Gets Special 3DS eShop Sale

Friday, October 12th, 2018

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Tecmo Games is excited to announce Legna Tactica is on sale now on the Nintendo 3DS eshop. According to the press release, this special sale is available in regions that officially support the Australian, North American, and European 3DS eShops. During this special 3DS sale, Legna Tactica is 40%, with a slashed price tag of USD 5.99 / EUR 5.99.

Legna Tactica

 

Legna Tactica is a turn-based, tactical RPG. The Kingdom of Legna, in the lands of Feyzum, now finds itself pulled into the chaos and fury of war in a conflict with the Izmoot Empire. Leck is in field training as a soldier with his friends Miana and Astar. They are surprised when they are suddenly chosen to accompany the Azure Hawk Brigade, led by General Varrius (also known as the Hero of the Kingdom of Legna). Initially on a mission to take care of some pesky bandits, they soon find themselves in the middle of an inescapable fate.

Legna Tactica

 

Players in Legna Tactica can choose characters to take into battles, which take place on an isometric grid. Characters can be customized via the game’s skill tree system, and there are titles to be earned along the way. There are also multiple endings to get at the end of your journey.

Legna Tactica

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