History VideoGame / LaPucelle

11th Feb '16 5:43:30 PM GrammarNavi
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''La Pucelle'' (a.k.a. ''La Pucelle: Tactics'') is a TurnBasedStrategy game released on the PlayStation2 by Nippon Ichi. In Japan, it came out a year before ''VideoGame/DisgaeaHourOfDarkness'', but was released several months after that game in other countries. It is set in the same world as the ''Marl Kingdom'' series, and one of the characters is the grandson of the main character of the first ''Marl Kingdom'' game ( a.k.a. ''RhapsodyAMusicalAdventure''.)

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''La Pucelle'' (a.k.a. ''La Pucelle: Tactics'') is a TurnBasedStrategy game released on the PlayStation2 UsefulNotes/PlayStation2 by Nippon Ichi. In Japan, it came out a year before ''VideoGame/DisgaeaHourOfDarkness'', but was released several months after that game in other countries. It is set in the same world as the ''Marl Kingdom'' series, and one of the characters is the grandson of the main character of the first ''Marl Kingdom'' game ( a.k.a. ''RhapsodyAMusicalAdventure''.)



An UpdatedRerelease has been released for the {{PSP}} entitled ''"La Pucelle: Ragnarok".'' It has some ''Franchise/{{Disgaea}}'' cameos, multiple new endings, and an additional scenario in four acts following on from the comedy ending where Priere (accidentally) becomes a Demon Overlord. [[NoExportForYou NISA has officially announced that they will not be localizing it.]] There is a playthrough and partial translation of the new content [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u2qCUSdAXhw here.]] There is also a mostly complete FanTranslation.


You can also download the game on the ''PlaystationNetwork'' [[http://www.siliconera.com/2012/09/10/la-pucelle-tactics-returns-as-a-downloadable-ps2-classic/ as of July 11, 2012.]]

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An UpdatedRerelease has been released for the {{PSP}} [[UsefulNotes/PlayStationPortable PSP]] entitled ''"La Pucelle: Ragnarok".'' It has some ''Franchise/{{Disgaea}}'' cameos, multiple new endings, and an additional scenario in four acts following on from the comedy ending where Priere (accidentally) becomes a Demon Overlord. [[NoExportForYou NISA has officially announced that they will not be localizing it.]] There is a playthrough and partial translation of the new content [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u2qCUSdAXhw here.]] There is also a mostly complete FanTranslation.


You can also download the game on the ''PlaystationNetwork'' ''UsefulNotes/PlayStationNetwork'' [[http://www.siliconera.com/2012/09/10/la-pucelle-tactics-returns-as-a-downloadable-ps2-classic/ as of July 11, 2012.]]
17th Dec '15 11:05:24 AM Morgenthaler
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* HellHasNewManagement: It is possible to conquer Hell if Prier defeats enough Demon Overlords. They make her their leader. There's a "faux" ending to this, as the main plot continues [[GameplayAndStorySegregation without paying attention to this]]. Later games elaborate.



* LikeABadassOutOfHell: It is possible to conquer Hell if Prier defeats enough Demon Overlords. They make her their leader. There's a "faux" ending to this, as the main plot continues [[GameplayAndStorySegregation without paying attention to this]]. Later games elaborate.



* LikeABadassOutOfHell
6th Dec '15 12:17:58 PM kome360
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* TheEvilsOfFreeWill: [[spoiler:Noir's motivation. Killing all demonkind won't bring about a paradise as the humans believe; they only started hunting half-breeds as an excuse to knock out dissident voices and take out their repressed anger on someone, and then turned on each other once all the demons in their village were finally gone. As long as there are more than two people existing in the same world, there will ALWAYS be conflict; no two people, even those brainwashed by religion, ever see things the same way. So Noir's plan is to kill everyone else.]] Prier is outright disgusted and believes that the reasons why Noir hates everybody are the same reasons why conflict is so ''fun'' and meaningful.
29th Oct '15 5:05:40 AM Smeagol17
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* SameContentDifferentRating: The original game was rated Cero A, but Ragnarok was upped to Cero C. No explanation was given as to why. This is especially strange when you consider that ''VideoGame/SoulNomadTheWorldEaters'' and its infamous "Demon Path" is rated Cero A...

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* SameContentDifferentRating: The original game was rated Cero A, but Ragnarok was upped to Cero C. No explanation was given as to why. This is especially strange when you consider that ''VideoGame/SoulNomadTheWorldEaters'' ''VideoGame/SoulNomadAndTheWorldEaters'' and its infamous "Demon Path" is rated Cero A...
23rd Oct '15 8:26:54 AM ImaginaryMetroid
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* AlwaysChaoticEvil: All the demons are assholes. The only known exception was Noir's father [[spoiler: so not surprisingly he doesn't any higher of them than he does humans.]]

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* AlwaysChaoticEvil: All the demons are assholes. The only known exception was Noir's father [[spoiler: so not surprisingly he doesn't think any higher of them than he does humans.]]
3rd Sep '15 8:59:49 AM HighCrate
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* StoneWall: Eclair, who has the party-best base defense and resistance combined (two others beat her in those stats separately, but are basically defenseless for the other) but low-end (for the front-row fighting characters) attack, and her speed is also low. Her dark half is a mixture of a FragileSpeedster and a GlassCannon.

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* StoneWall: Eclair, who has the party-best base defense and resistance combined (two others beat her in those stats separately, but are basically defenseless for the other) but low-end (for the front-row fighting characters) attack, and her speed is also low.attack. Her dark half is a mixture of a FragileSpeedster and a GlassCannon.
26th Aug '15 10:35:19 AM Praenomen
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* NobleDemon: Averted, especially when you consider how demons are portrayed in other [[Creator/{{Nippon Ichi}} Nippon Ichi]] games...

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* NobleDemon: Averted, especially when you consider how demons are portrayed in other [[Creator/{{Nippon Ichi}} Nippon Ichi]] Creator/NipponIchi games...
26th Aug '15 6:06:47 AM Ominae
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!In addition to many of the tropes mentioned in the NipponIchi article, this game provides examples of:

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!In addition to many of the tropes mentioned in the NipponIchi Nippon Ichi article, this game provides examples of:



* ArtEvolution: NipponIchi had Ryoji Majima, the original artist for La Pucelle and the Marl Kingdom series, return as the lead artist for the UpdatedRerelease and his art has gone through some [[BreastExpansion noticeable changes]] since then.

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* ArtEvolution: NipponIchi Nippon Ichi had Ryoji Majima, the original artist for La Pucelle and the Marl Kingdom series, return as the lead artist for the UpdatedRerelease and his art has gone through some [[BreastExpansion noticeable changes]] since then.



* NobleDemon: Averted, especially when you consider how demons are portrayed in other {{Nippon Ichi}} games...

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* NobleDemon: Averted, especially when you consider how demons are portrayed in other {{Nippon [[Creator/{{Nippon Ichi}} Nippon Ichi]] games...



* ShootTheShaggyDog: The Overlord Ending, in which Prier fights through the demonic hordes of the Dark World only to kill one too many demons and turn into a Demonic Overlord herself. This causes all of her friends and allies to leave her, [[LonelyAtTheTop alone]] and trapped in the Dark World with nothing but a [[EvilIsSexy sexy]] [[EvilMakeover new makeover]] to show for it. Worse, this ending is ''canon'': Overlord Prier makes cameos in every other ''NipponIchi'' game, and the UpdatedRerelease has an entire bonus story based upon what happens next.

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* ShootTheShaggyDog: The Overlord Ending, in which Prier fights through the demonic hordes of the Dark World only to kill one too many demons and turn into a Demonic Overlord herself. This causes all of her friends and allies to leave her, [[LonelyAtTheTop alone]] and trapped in the Dark World with nothing but a [[EvilIsSexy sexy]] [[EvilMakeover new makeover]] to show for it. Worse, this ending is ''canon'': Overlord Prier makes cameos in every other ''NipponIchi'' ''Nippon Ichi'' game, and the UpdatedRerelease has an entire bonus story based upon what happens next.
26th Aug '15 6:03:57 AM Ominae
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''La Pucelle'' (a.k.a. ''La Pucelle: Tactics'') is a TurnBasedStrategy game released on the PlayStation2 by NipponIchi. In Japan, it came out a year before ''VideoGame/DisgaeaHourOfDarkness'', but was released several months after that game in other countries. It is set in the same world as the ''Marl Kingdom'' series, and one of the characters is the grandson of the main character of the first ''Marl Kingdom'' game ( a.k.a. ''RhapsodyAMusicalAdventure''.)

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''La Pucelle'' (a.k.a. ''La Pucelle: Tactics'') is a TurnBasedStrategy game released on the PlayStation2 by NipponIchi.Nippon Ichi. In Japan, it came out a year before ''VideoGame/DisgaeaHourOfDarkness'', but was released several months after that game in other countries. It is set in the same world as the ''Marl Kingdom'' series, and one of the characters is the grandson of the main character of the first ''Marl Kingdom'' game ( a.k.a. ''RhapsodyAMusicalAdventure''.)
19th Jun '15 3:47:42 PM Prfnoff
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* SameContentDifferentRating: The original game was rated Cero A, but Ragnarok was upped to Cero C. No explanation was given as to why. This is especially strange when you consider that SoulNomad and it's infamous "Demon Path" is rated Cero A...

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* SameContentDifferentRating: The original game was rated Cero A, but Ragnarok was upped to Cero C. No explanation was given as to why. This is especially strange when you consider that SoulNomad ''VideoGame/SoulNomadTheWorldEaters'' and it's its infamous "Demon Path" is rated Cero A...
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