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TACTICS OGRE is one of the most beloved Strategy RPG titles of all time, with the game being the only one to place in the Japanese gaming magazine Weekly Famitsu’s “Top 20 games voted by readers” for 14 years running. Sadly, the original version of the game was never officially published in Europe, however, that is about to be rectified in spectacular fashion.

Having also worked on such hit titles as FINAL FANTASY TACTICS, VAGRANT STORY and FINAL FANTASY XII, key members of the original TACTICS OGRE development team have reformed to deliver the ultimate version of this definitive Strategy RPG experience.

TACTICS OGRE: Let Us Cling Together, is being reborn from the ground up, with reworked visuals and effects, a re-arranged soundtrack by the original composers, new character growth mechanics and a new Wheel of Fortune system that adds even more replay value to the game.
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