Tactical Ogre: Rebirth was announced yesterday after leaks had already warned us of an imminent and November 11 release date. Like many of Square Enix’s remakes, the game features updated graphics, voice work, a re-recorded soundtrack with an authentic orchestra, UI improvements, and quality-of-life changes that make it the best version of a game ever made.
However, fans were outraged at Square Enix’s $50 price tag (£44.99 in the UK), especially considering Tactics Ogre is a remake of a game that was already remastered for the PSP in 2010. The original game was launched for the SNES in 1995, and the upcoming remake is based on the PSP version.
“I’ve played this game countless times on both the SNES and PSP, and for me it’s better than [Final Fantasy Tactics]” another user said“But who in Square Enix thought it would be a good idea to price the sim semi-remake at the same price as the full previous gen game? There’s no way this game has so much new content to justify that price. I can’t I’m going to take a 30-hour nostalgia trip for $50.”
More users noticed that Tactics Ogre is More expensive outside the USCanada, Israel, and Saudi Arabia pay more than $50 even after the conversion.
However, considering that Square Enix is pricing all of its new versions at $70, whether it’s the current or previous generation, it might think $50 is relatively reasonable.
While price seems to be the main sticking point for fans, some feel that the remastered Genie is going too far.Old Tactical Ogre Player think it’s too smoothwhile young players actually apologize Because the blocky sprites are not appreciated as much as they used to be.
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