| 73Q Music Videos | Vote On Clips | Submit | Login   |

Reddit Digg Stumble Facebook
Category:Video Games
Tags:snes, Ogre Battle
View Ratings
Register to vote for this video

People Who Liked This Video Also Liked:
David the Gnome Dies
Axe Bird
AMTGARD: Live the Adventure
Hustle: Hard Gay turns into Super Hard Gay
Vancouver in 1907
Rep Steve King Immigrants Mostly 'Evil' Marijuana Smugglers
Grumpy Cat Interview
WolfMan Shaun Ellis Teaches Baby Wolf To Howl
Comment count is 10
Nostalgia stars. I loved this game.
Apparently it's actually kind of affordable now, I met someone recently who found it on Amazon for under , which is about 0 less than it cost new.

Johnny Madhouse
You may also play it on an emulator for free!

The Wii Virtual Console has this and Ogre Battle 64 up for download. Combined that made up about 90% of my decision to finally get a Wii.

Emulators also let you fast forward. Just putting that out there, because playing this game on normal mode would drive me fucking nuts, as slow as it is.

Their currency is goth?
I can't think of a better use for them, can you?

And starting at 1:06, why do they play a rip-off of that wretched Ewok song from "Return of the Jedi?"

Caminante Nocturno
I think I still have my PS1 copy of this game.
I could never make sense of this game. Seemed like the only way to win was to choose the "weak" battle command and form a static trench warfare front until you wore the other guy down and then get the bad endings.

Going for a good ending by blitzing with the "strong" handicap required buying a hint book to find all the hidden shit.
When I played Ogrebattle 64 I had no idea that the alignments had any affect on anything and thus got the shittiest ending. It didn't help that when they gave me a decision to make I always made the bad one (fuck the revolution!) because I'm a bad person, but giving towns alignments still seems arbitrary and dumb.

Register or login To Post a Comment

Video content copyright the respective clip/station owners please see hosting site for more information.
Privacy Statement