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Langrisser I & II

NIS America, Chara-ani Corporation
Mar 10, 2020 - PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch, PC, PlayStation 5
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OpenCritic Rating

75

Top Critic Average

69%

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The Games Machine
7.5 / 10
Reno Gazette-Journal
8 / 10
Nintendo Life
7 / 10
FNintendo
5 / 10
DualShockers
8 / 10
Gameblog
5 / 10
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82%
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4.1 / 5
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Langrisser I & II Trailers

Langrisser I & II - Demo Trailer (Nintendo Switch, PS4) thumbnail

Langrisser I & II - Demo Trailer (Nintendo Switch, PS4)

Langrisser I & II | Story Trailer | PS4 thumbnail

Langrisser I & II | Story Trailer | PS4

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Langrisser I & II - Announcement Trailer - Nintendo Switch


Langrisser I & II Screenshots



Critic Reviews for Langrisser I & II

Langrisser I & II is a good compilation, a remastered designed with attention and respect for the historic franchise. If you like tactical JRPG genre, although strictly old school, you can't miss it.

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Overall, I quite liked my experience with Langrisser I & II. Granted, certain aspects of the game might feel dated to folks used to more modern tactical JRPGs. As someone who remembers playing games like this as a kid, however, those same classic aspects make me feel warm and comfortable — just like slurping a hot bowl of chicken stew. If you’re a fan of old-school tactical games, the Langrisser I & II remake just might fill you up.

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Whether or not Langrisser I & II is the release for you ultimately depends on your affection for decidedly simpler, but more straightforward RPGs.

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Langrisser I & II brings the series' first two chapters to the Nintendo Switch in a remake-compilation that features good and bad elements. If the option to play with the original art style, the soundtrack, the plot and many gameplay aspects make it seem like this remake is a gem, the modern art style (which is closer to that of a game for mobile devices) and its technical issues end up imposing a substantial burden on this delivery, which means that those looking into it should seriously reconsider their purchase.

Review in Portuguese | Read full review

DualShockers

Iyane Agossah
8 / 10.0
DualShockers

Langrisser I & II is a sleek, simple, and addicting tactical RPG that sucks you in, just like your own reflection on a set of big, polished shoulder guards.

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Langrisser I & II lacks of personnality, starting with its mobile-ish visuals. Once arduous, both are now really easy to finish since no enemy can compete with your squads. The oversimplification of the games make them close to those mobile titles, with short battles and where the brain is no longer requested.

Review in French | Read full review

Langrisser I & II are solid SRPGs for those looking for a well-rounded, old-school challenge.

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It doesn't take long to see why this series was so popular. The story might take a little bit to get going but it offers an interesting adventure for our heroes. Gameplay takes some getting used to, especially if you're not one to plan ahead but anyone willing to invest the time will quickly learn how to overcome any challenge. Throw in a new coat of paint, multiple titles, and charming battles and it's easy to suggest Langrisser I & II to anyone that loves RPGs.

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