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3-03-2012 @ 1:23PM
Hell yes. Ogre Battle 64 is one of my top all time favorite games. It's so deep, both on a gameplay level and on a story level. It's so long too, especially when you remember that the game has branching story paths so that you can't do everything, get every character, or see every ending on a single play through.Unfortunately, there will never be more. Quest, the studio that made them, was bought and the Ogre team dissolved. So we're left with just two Ogre Battles and two Tactics Ogres. Oh, and there was a third Ogre Battle, but unless you have a Neo Geo Pocket and can read japanese, you're out of luck.
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