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Gungnir: Mayari no Gunshin to Eiyuu Sensou

Gungnir: Mayari no Gunshin to Eiyuu Sensou

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People are segregated into two classes in the empire of Galgandia. The Titanians are the noblemen, the wealthy merchants and the accomplished people while the Leonicas are born to be exploited. Sick of their fate, a group of Leonicans rise up to resist the rule of Titanians. During a skirmish, Julio met Alissa, a Titianian girl who doubted the existing world order and longed for change. Together, the two joined the resistance to fight for their beliefs.

However, the Titanian army was too much for the Leonicans, watching his comrades being massacred, Julio was prepared to die. And just that moment, the Gungnir, the spear of the god of war appeared, with that in hand, Julio wiped out his enemy.

With the god of war on his side, Julio is next to impossible to beat, but his relationship with Alissa is complicated all the more. Created by Sting of Yggdra fame, Gungnir has an improved game system but retains the well loved elements of the traditional tactical RPG.

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Original Name  グングニル 魔槍の軍神と英雄戦争
Official Release Date May 19, 2011
Genre Strategy
Version  Japan
  CERO B (12+)
PAX-Code PAX0003315544
Catalog No.  ULJM-05779
Item Code  4984995900667
Players  1


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feralphoenix (3) on 17, Aug. 2011 06:13 (HKT)

Gungnir is an excellent game, as I've come to expect from Sting. The visual production values and music are top-notch, and the story is deep and emotional. And although this is one of the more "separate" Dept Heaven episodes per se, there are little references to the other games that ought to amuse long-standing series fans.

The game is relatively short (26 or 27 stages based on the player's in-game choices), but there's a lot of replay value, as the story and ending change in subtle ways based on how you play. If I had to nitpick about something, it's that there are a few plot threads left hanging, since Asai Hiroki (the scenario writer) has expressed interest in doing a sequel.

Sting does a lot to subvert genre conventions--there are no free maps for leveling purposes, and you don't really need them; you can ignore turn order and even do combo attacks despite all Gungnir's turn-based SRPG trappings. It's best to go into the game keeping in mind that only games with weird systems are worthy of being in the DHE series.

The only other caveat for buyers is that this game features a conflict where both sides are racially prejudiced, and that both sides' racism is criticized in-story. This is a pretty sensitive issue in society today, so this might not be the game for you if it bothers you.

I really enjoyed this game a lot--the gameplay is fun and the characters were great, especially Alyssa and Ragnus. I'll definitely be replaying Gungnir when I have a chance.
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