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Kenryoku_Maxis said:
I'm just not a big fan of Tactical RPGs. And I got very annoyed with the story presentation and AI in Final Fantasy Tactics, which was made by the same people, so its not like I'm jumping up and down to play this.

Sorry.

The Tactics series and the Ogre Battle series could not be much more different. More, Ogre Battle isn't directly comparable to any other SRPG.

This video is awful and it's one of the very early non-exciting levels and the game's speed is turned way down for some reason, but here, look:

See? Not your typical SRPG at all.



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I like ogre battle 64 , I beat this game a least twice but a prefer ogre battle on snes because you can go on water and you have access to more class (example: lich, werewolf , vampire, siren, octopus etc)



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Weegee said:
I like ogre battle 64 , I beat this game a least twice but a prefer ogre battle on snes because you can go on water and you have access to more class (example: lich, werewolf , vampire, siren, octopus etc)

You get the Lich, Werewolf, and Vampire in OB64, too.

I mean, just as an example...!



WHy is this 1200 in EU???



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Hephaestos said:
WHy is this 1200 in EU???

It's never been released in the EU before, and has a premium on it like other Hanabi Festival games (including Sin and Punishment, which cost 1200 in both the US and EU).



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I bought Snes version on the virtual console and couldn't get into it, would you still recommend this title? I loved the GBA version so I am interested in the series somewhat.



swordplay said:
I bought Snes version on the virtual console and couldn't get into it, would you still recommend this title? I loved the GBA version so I am interested in the series somewhat.

I tried to answer this in the OP, but yes, yes I would. It's much easier to get into, an more immediately engaging.

It's still not like the Tactics games (like the GBA game, which I also loved), but it's different from the SNES version still.



i just want to say that the music in the OP is EPIC!



mrstickball said:
As an owner of a mint condition copy of OB64 for the N64, I approve of this thread.

The game was criminally under-purchased when it came out. I waited years for it, and it was worth it.

How much did you end up paying for it?  I assume you bought it on Ebay or Amazon or somewhere else for that matter, if you waited years for it.

Just asking because I was looking at Amazon and it's already upwards of 100 bucks.  I mean I love the game dearly but I wouldn't pay that much for it.  Glad I got it when it released.



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quarashi said:
mrstickball said:
As an owner of a mint condition copy of OB64 for the N64, I approve of this thread.

The game was criminally under-purchased when it came out. I waited years for it, and it was worth it.

How much did you end up paying for it?  I assume you bought it on Ebay or Amazon or somewhere else for that matter, if you waited years for it.

Just asking because I was looking at Amazon and it's already upwards of 100 bucks.  I mean I love the game dearly but I wouldn't pay that much for it.  Glad I got it when it released.

I bought it brand new the month it came out. I knew that since it was virtually the only *good* RPG for the 64, I should take care of it, like I did all my other Square and Enix cartridges.

So I paid $50 new for it, and played it for 1 run-through, put it back in the box, and kept it. My N64 died after I finished OB64, which is why I never beat it more than once.

Oh, and my Chaos Frame score was 0. I had no idea what it was until a few days ago.



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