- Platform: Sony PSP
- ESRB Rating: Teen
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Yggdra Union: We'll Never Fight Alone - PlayStation Portable
- Remake of critically acclaimed GBA original
- dual English and Japanese voiceover tracks
- Genre defining gameplay mechanics with highly unique art style
- Innovative battle mechanic with turn based strategy meets real time action
- 3 different endings plus a hidden ending and secret characters
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Platform for Display: Sony PSP
Ruled by a royal family believed to be descended from the gods, Fantasinia is a prosperous and tranquil land ¿ until the peace is shattered by the invading forces of the Empire of Bronquia. Led by the young Emperor Gulcasa, who seized power in a brutal coup d¿etat, Bronquia¿s Imperial Army cuts a bloody swath through the people of Fantasinia and the Royal Armies of King Ordene. Princess Yggdra Yuril Artwaltz, the sole survivor of the royal family, escapes with the kingdom¿s only hope: the holy sword Gran Centurio. Fleeing to the southern tip of the continent, she encounters an unusual thief named Milanor, a young man destined to help liberate the people of her kingdom.
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This game is very challenging, and it's up to YOU to use your brain and what resources you have to make it through. This is not a game that holds your hand when the going gets tough, no no... this game teaches you the basics and then leaves the rest to your able mind.
The amazing blend of strategy and real-time combat will keep you going for hours on end without boring you out, which is good since you'll be doing a lot of fighting in this game thanks to the very long missions you will encounter.
Most of the time, the missions in the story will include several smaller skirmishes and/or objectives. This is okay since it always makes you think one step ahead since you never know what could happen next, but it also means that you'll have to start over from the beginning of the mission if you fail on any of the other objectives, as you don't get to save during missions.
It also doesn't help that you're sometimes put in a completely unfair situation after completing an objective.
Heck, sometimes you're even outnumbered from the very start. So in other words... this game likes to challenge you, but it also enjoys seeing you squirm. You really have to utilize every single function and gameplay mechanic if you want to beat this game.
If the combat has you down, the characters in the game will almost certainly make you smile.
This game has a sense of humor and isn't afraid to use it. Jokes are told on a somewhat regular basis, and the character interactions are really funny from time to time.
The story is alright as well. It's nothing to write home about, but it's enjoyable to a certain degree. It's the same type of story we've seen over and over, I'm afraid: Member of the royal family escapes his/her own kingdom, goes around and gathers troops, re-claims kingdom. You need look no further than Fire Emblem: Shadow Dragon on the Nintendo DS to see a story that's pretty much the same.
So, to recap:
-Fun and interesting gameplay mechanics
-Tests your strategic thinking constantly
-Once you get rolling, it's hard to put down
-Unfair difficulty level at times
-The story is sadly generic
At the end of the day, I give it a 4 out of 5. Give it a try if you've been looking for a good Strategy RPG.