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Review: Brigandine: The Legend Of Runersia – Slow-Paced Strategy That Will Please Fans Of The Original

What legends are made of?

Matrix Software’s Brigandine: The Legend of Runersia is a sequel to the 1998 PlayStation game Brigandine: The Legend of Forsena, a tactical role-playing affair that featured a mix of strategic map manoeuvring and turn-based battles played out on a hexagonal battlefield against the backdrop of a fantasy tale of warring factions. The original didn’t review particularly well upon release but it has garnered a following and become something of a cult classic in the intervening 22 years. This fresh addition to the series features the exact same core gameplay as its predecessor, but plays out in a brand-new setting with an interweaving storyline that links together the six different factions you’ll get to chose from in order to unify Runersia.

The story here presents players with a tale of a magical land where people are granted extraordinary strength, power and knowledge through a never-ending supply of mana which rains down upon them from the mana God. Amongst these men and women are rune knights; unique warriors who are blessed by this mana with the ability to control armies of monsters and wield powerful magic spells. These rune knights amass armies and fight one another for control of Runersia whilst trying to get their hands on the Five Brigandines, pieces of armour which have been embedded with potent mana stones and give the wearer even stronger powers.

Read the full article on nintendolife.com

What legends are made of?

Matrix Software’s Brigandine: The Legend of Runersia is a sequel to the 1998 PlayStation game Brigandine: The Legend of Forsena, a tactical role-playing affair that featured a mix of strategic map manoeuvring and turn-based battles played out on a hexagonal battlefield against the backdrop of a fantasy tale of warring factions. The original didn’t review particularly well upon release but it has garnered a following and become something of a cult classic in the intervening 22 years. This fresh addition to the series features the exact same core gameplay as its predecessor, but plays out in a brand-new setting with an interweaving storyline that links together the six different factions you’ll get to chose from in order to unify Runersia.

The story here presents players with a tale of a magical land where people are granted extraordinary strength, power and knowledge through a never-ending supply of mana which rains down upon them from the mana God. Amongst these men and women are rune knights; unique warriors who are blessed by this mana with the ability to control armies of monsters and wield powerful magic spells. These rune knights amass armies and fight one another for control of Runersia whilst trying to get their hands on the Five Brigandines, pieces of armour which have been embedded with potent mana stones and give the wearer even stronger powers.

Read the full article on nintendolife.com

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