Langrisser I & II

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Version: Europe
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Langrisser I & II
Langrisser I & II
Langrisser I & II
Langrisser I & II
Langrisser I & II
Langrisser I & II

Product Features

  • A remake collection of strategy RPGs Langrisser and Langrisser II which were originally released for Mega Drive in 1991 and 1994
  • The remake added new visuals and user interface, voice acting, new scenarios, and a new heroine
  • In Langrisser I, multiple endings via branching story are added as well which was introduced first to the series in Langrisser II

Item Description

Langrisser I
A long time ago, Langrisser the mythical sword believed to grant limitless power to those who possess it.

Many have tried to steal and protect the sword but end up to many bloody sacrifices. After all the destruction, it remained in the protection of the Baldea, the royal family. The family of the ancient hero.

Unfortunately, the stronghold of the royal family on the sword was eventually broken.

The Dalsis Empire Emperor Digos dominated by the desire to rule the world with the power of Langrisser, followed by a large army, they launched an attack to the Baldea Kingdom.

Hence starts the long journey of Baldea Kingdom Prince Ledin, who have escaped from the Kingdom while the attack, to recover Langrisser and defeat Emperor Digos, the rival of his late father.

Langrisser II
Hundred years have passed from the story of Langrisser I, short wars burst out all over the continent, then died out, then broke out again in a period of constant struggle.

The Baldea Kingdom had fallen and Langrisser becomes a sword of legend.

A young traveler named Erwin met along his journey the magician's apprentice named Hein. They continued their carefree travels.

One day, the travelers stayed in a small village in the Salrath territory, where Hein was born.

During their stay, a frightened Hein runs into Erwin’s room. Hein tells Erwin that Rayguard Empire soldiers had invaded the outskirts of the village.

The Imperial Knights’ sights seemed to be set on a girl named Liana living in the village.

Why would the Imperial knights attack such a peaceful village…?

While having doubts, Erwin leaves the inn to go save Liana.

Customer reviews

Average rating:  (5 out of 5)
Total votes: 3

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TRPG at its best.
The original was known as Warsong in the west. If you remember that title for the genesis than you will be well at home. This is an amazing tactics rpg with many different paths you can take. The first and second game are all here. I actually wish they would make more but well, tough. The game plays like Fire Emblem or Shining Force, but has a class system that is a little like both of them. Although Shining Force tends to be more linear with the advancement. The ability to customize your classes as well is a really nifty feature. Anyways Langrisser is a cool game that you will easily spend 100+ hours getting all the endings and playing through all the scenarios.
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A Classical Experience with Modern Polish
Langrisser I & II stays true to the original games, while also making the graphics and UI more palatable for modern gamers. There are few quality of life changes, but the original was solid enough to make this a worthwhile experience regardless.
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Old school TRPG/JRPG fans - buy this!
Not without flaws but still a really good remakes of Langrisser 1 and 2. You can switch between old and new art styles, which is great! The music is awesome and the gameplay is kind of like Fire Emblem.
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