Once again, information about Tactics Ogre: Reborn has surfaced, this time via the Australian Rating Commission. Square Enix still hasn’t officially released any information about the re-release of the tactical RPG.
Tactics Ogre: Reborn was rated M, meaning moderate in this case, for mature themes and violence. The listing says the game was rated on April 22, 2022, and the game is cross-platform, though it doesn’t specify which platforms.
This is the latest in a long line of small leaks, starting with Square Enix trademarking Tactics Ogre: Reborn in March 2022. Then the PlayStation Store briefly listed the game, before removing the link. Then leaked backend files revealed that the game is a port of the 2011 PSP version of Tactics Ogre. According to this leak, this version will revamp the class system, add auto-save, speed up battles, and enable UI control and remapping.
Tactics Ogre: Let Us Cling Together is the second game in the Battle Ogre series. It’s comparable to Final Fantasy Tactics, as the player controls small armies of individual warriors on a grid-based battlefield. Originally released on the Super Famicom, Tactics Ogre first saw the light of day in North America when it was ported to PlayStation in 1997. It was later ported to PSP in 2011. This was the last time that a Tactics Ogre game, or Ogre Battle for that matter, was released.
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