History VideoGame / Langrisser

12th Jul '16 11:13:54 AM Morgenthaler
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* RedHeadedHero: Present in 1, 2, and 5.
5th Apr '16 12:36:42 AM Ramidel
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* BrokenAesop: Done intentionally here, where the only path that isn't racist still involves the unification of the continent through force of arms.
11th Feb '16 5:41:49 PM GrammarNavi
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* ''Langrisser'' - [[UsefulNotes/SegaGenesis Sega Mega Drive]] (1991). Released in English under the title ''Warsong'' in 1992. Also released on PC Engine, PlayStation, Saturn, Win9x ''and'' Win Me/2000/Xp.
* ''Langrisser II'' - Mega Drive (1994). Received an UpdatedRerelease titled ''Der Langrisser'' on UsefulNotes/SuperFamicom, which became the basis for versions on PC-FX, Playstation, Saturn and Win9x. Also there is a Win Me/2000/Xp version based on the original ''Langrisser II''.
* ''Langrisser III'' - UsefulNotes/SegaSaturn (1996). Also released on PC and PlayStation2.
* ''Langrisser IV'' - Saturn (1997). Also released on Playstation.
* ''Langrisser V: The End of Legend'' - Saturn (1998). Also released on Playstation.

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* ''Langrisser'' - [[UsefulNotes/SegaGenesis Sega Mega Drive]] (1991). Released in English under the title ''Warsong'' in 1992. Also released on PC Engine, PlayStation, UsefulNotes/PlayStation, Saturn, Win9x ''and'' Win Me/2000/Xp.
* ''Langrisser II'' - Mega Drive (1994). Received an UpdatedRerelease titled ''Der Langrisser'' on UsefulNotes/SuperFamicom, which became the basis for versions on PC-FX, Playstation, [=PlayStation=], Saturn and Win9x. Also there is a Win Me/2000/Xp version based on the original ''Langrisser II''.
* ''Langrisser III'' - UsefulNotes/SegaSaturn (1996). Also released on PC and PlayStation2.
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* ''Langrisser IV'' - Saturn (1997). Also released on Playstation.
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* ''Langrisser V: The End of Legend'' - Saturn (1998). Also released on Playstation.[=PlayStation=].
29th Nov '15 7:27:46 PM nombretomado
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* ''Langrisser'' - [[SegaGenesis Sega Mega Drive]] (1991). Released in English under the title ''Warsong'' in 1992. Also released on PC Engine, PlayStation, Saturn, Win9x ''and'' Win Me/2000/Xp.

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* ''Langrisser'' - [[SegaGenesis [[UsefulNotes/SegaGenesis Sega Mega Drive]] (1991). Released in English under the title ''Warsong'' in 1992. Also released on PC Engine, PlayStation, Saturn, Win9x ''and'' Win Me/2000/Xp.
24th Jul '14 10:35:06 AM rexpensive
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* ''Langrisser II'' - Mega Drive (1994). Received an UpdatedRerelease titled ''Der Langrisser'' on SuperFamicom, which became the basis for versions on PC-FX, Playstation, Saturn and Win9x. Also there is a Win Me/2000/Xp version based on the original ''Langrisser II''.
* ''Langrisser III'' - SegaSaturn (1996). Also released on PC and PlayStation2.

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* ''Langrisser II'' - Mega Drive (1994). Received an UpdatedRerelease titled ''Der Langrisser'' on SuperFamicom, UsefulNotes/SuperFamicom, which became the basis for versions on PC-FX, Playstation, Saturn and Win9x. Also there is a Win Me/2000/Xp version based on the original ''Langrisser II''.
* ''Langrisser III'' - SegaSaturn UsefulNotes/SegaSaturn (1996). Also released on PC and PlayStation2.



* ''Langrisser Millennium'' - SegaDreamcast (1999)
* ''Langrisser Millennium WS: The Last Century'' - Bandai {{Wonderswan}} (2000)

The development team behind the earlier installments split from NCS in 1996 to form Career Soft. Career Soft remained involved with subsequent installments until 1998, when they began to develop the ''VideoGame/{{Growlanser}}'' series for Creator/{{Atlus}}. As the [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin subtitle of]] ''[[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin Langrisser V]]'' [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin suggests]], the series concluded right around the time Sega abandoned the SegaSaturn. NCS went on to produce the ''Millennium'' [[GaidenGame spinoff]] series without the input of the main series development team.

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* ''Langrisser Millennium'' - SegaDreamcast UsefulNotes/SegaDreamcast (1999)
* ''Langrisser Millennium WS: The Last Century'' - Bandai {{Wonderswan}} UsefulNotes/{{Wonderswan}} (2000)

The development team behind the earlier installments split from NCS in 1996 to form Career Soft. Career Soft remained involved with subsequent installments until 1998, when they began to develop the ''VideoGame/{{Growlanser}}'' series for Creator/{{Atlus}}. As the [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin subtitle of]] ''[[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin Langrisser V]]'' [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin suggests]], the series concluded right around the time Sega abandoned the SegaSaturn.UsefulNotes/SegaSaturn. NCS went on to produce the ''Millennium'' [[GaidenGame spinoff]] series without the input of the main series development team.
2nd May '14 8:25:05 PM mlsmithca
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* [[spoiler: BittersweetEnding: The Light Path almost isn't this, but then the FridgeHorror regarding the Demon Tribe's fate sets in. The Independent Path is more straightforward: it ends with Elwin having unified El Sallia under his banner, saved the Demon Tribe from eons of persecution, freed the world from the manipulations of Lushiris and Chaos, and finally brought about an era of peace. However, he's had to kill many good people to do it and lost the woman he loves because he killed the goddess she worships. The ending is probably the happiest on the global scale, but it's tragic on a personal level for Elwin and those he cares about.]]

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* [[spoiler: BittersweetEnding: The [[spoiler:The Light Path almost isn't this, but then the FridgeHorror regarding the Demon Tribe's fate sets in. The Independent Path is more straightforward: it ends with Elwin having unified El Sallia under his banner, saved the Demon Tribe from eons of persecution, freed the world from the manipulations of Lushiris and Chaos, and finally brought about an era of peace. However, he's had to kill many good people to do it and lost the woman he loves because he killed the goddess she worships. The ending is probably the happiest on the global scale, but it's tragic on a personal level for Elwin and those he cares about.]]



** GrayAndGreyMorality: [[BlackAndWhiteMorality Light]] vs. [[HobbesWasRight the Empire]] vs. [[NayTheist Independent]]. Chaos is the "black."



** Blue for main characters(Elwin, Hein, Rohga)
** White for Light-path characters(Sherry, Keith, Lester and etc)
** Green for Imperial characters(Leon, Imelda, Vargas, Egbert and etc)
** Red for Chaos-path characters(Dark Lana, Sonia, Est, Ost and etc)
*** And in battle, your side has blue command ranges, the enemy has red, and NPC non-hostiles have green.

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** Blue for main characters(Elwin, characters (Elwin, Hein, Rohga)
** White for Light-path characters(Sherry, characters (Sherry, Keith, Lester and etc)
** Green for Imperial characters(Leon, characters (Leon, Imelda, Vargas, Egbert and etc)
** Red for Chaos-path characters(Dark characters (Dark Lana, Sonia, Est, Ost and etc)
*** ** And in battle, your side has blue command ranges, the enemy has red, and NPC non-hostiles have green.


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* GrayAndGreyMorality: [[BlackAndWhiteMorality Light]] vs. [[HobbesWasRight the Empire]] vs. [[NayTheist Independent]]. Chaos is the "black."
25th Feb '14 6:09:46 PM Ecclytennysmithylove
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* AFatherToHisMen: General Valk and General Lanford in ''Langrisser IV''.
* AGodAmI: [[BigBad Gizlof]]'s main goal in ''Langrisser IV''.



* TheEvilPrince: Paul. He becomes the reoccurring villain Böser by the end of ''3''.



* AFatherToHisMen: General Valk and General Lanford in ''Langrisser IV''.



* AGodAmI: [[BigBad Gizlof]]'s main goal in ''Langrisser IV''.



* TheEvilPrince: Paul. He becomes the reoccurring villain Böser by the end of ''3''.
26th Oct '13 10:43:00 AM ShivaIndis
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* FactionSpecificEndings: Present in ''Der Langrisser'', ''Langrisser III'', and ''Langrisser IV'' depending on who the party allies with.


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* OmnicidalNeutral: The games that have plot branches include an "independent" path in which the protagonists take on the world...and kill everyone who gets in the way.
29th May '13 11:33:15 AM Prfnoff
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The development team behind the earlier installments split from NCS in 1996 to form Career Soft. Career Soft remained involved with subsequent installments until 1998, when they began to develop the ''VideoGame/{{Growlanser}}'' series for Creator/{{Atlus}}.

So far, only 3 out 5 of the games have been translated into English. In 1992, Treco released ''Langrisser'' stateside under the title of ''Warsong'', and a fan-made translation of the PC version exists. There is also a fan-made translation of the SNES remake of ''Langrisser II'', ''Der Langrisser''. ''Langrisser IV'' was translated in 2001. As the [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin subtitle of]] ''[[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin Langrisser V]]'' [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin suggests]], the series concluded right around the time Sega abandoned the SegaSaturn. NCS went on to produce the ''Millenium'' [[GaidenGame spinoff]] series without the input of the main series development team, with unfavorable results.

Later succeeded by its spiritual sequel: {{Growlanser}}.

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The development team behind the earlier installments split from NCS in 1996 to form Career Soft. Career Soft remained involved with subsequent installments until 1998, when they began to develop the ''VideoGame/{{Growlanser}}'' series for Creator/{{Atlus}}.

Creator/{{Atlus}}. As the [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin subtitle of]] ''[[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin Langrisser V]]'' [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin suggests]], the series concluded right around the time Sega abandoned the SegaSaturn. NCS went on to produce the ''Millennium'' [[GaidenGame spinoff]] series without the input of the main series development team.

So far, only 3 out 5 of the games have been translated into English. In 1992, Treco released ''Langrisser'' stateside under the title of ''Warsong'', and a fan-made translation of the PC version exists. There is also a fan-made translation of the SNES remake of ''Langrisser II'', ''Der Langrisser''. ''Langrisser IV'' was translated in 2001. As the [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin subtitle of]] ''[[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin Langrisser V]]'' [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin suggests]], the series concluded right around the time Sega abandoned the SegaSaturn. NCS went on to produce the ''Millenium'' [[GaidenGame spinoff]] series without the input of the main series development team, with unfavorable results. \n\nLater succeeded by its spiritual sequel: {{Growlanser}}.
18th May '13 6:04:27 PM Prfnoff
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''Langrisser'' is a series of TurnBasedStrategy games that is mostly [[NoExportForYou Japan-only]]. They were published by NCS and developed by Career Soft, the latter of which went on to make the ''{{Growlanser}}'' series. The main series of ''Langrisser'' games is made up of five installments, many of which have been ported and [[UpdatedRerelease updated]] a bewildering number of times. From a gameplay perspective, ''Langrisser'' is similar to games like ''FireEmblem'', but what sets ''Langrisser'' apart is its sense of scale. In a typical TurnBasedStrategy game, the player commands around twelve fighters per battle, while in ''Langrisser'', there are hundreds of soldiers on the player's side alone, organized into battalions which are led by [[HeroUnit more powerful commanders]]. While ordinary soldiers fight in groups, commanders can [[{{Badass}} single-handedly mow down scores of enemies]] in a single turn.

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''Langrisser'' is a series of TurnBasedStrategy games by Creator/{{NCS}} that is mostly [[NoExportForYou Japan-only]]. They were published by NCS and developed by Career Soft, the latter of which went on to make the ''{{Growlanser}}'' series.Japan-only]]. The main series of ''Langrisser'' games is made up of five installments, many of which have been ported and [[UpdatedRerelease updated]] a bewildering number of times. From a gameplay perspective, ''Langrisser'' is similar to games like ''FireEmblem'', but what sets ''Langrisser'' apart is its sense of scale. In a typical TurnBasedStrategy game, the player commands around twelve fighters per battle, while in ''Langrisser'', there are hundreds of soldiers on the player's side alone, organized into battalions which are led by [[HeroUnit more powerful commanders]]. While ordinary soldiers fight in groups, commanders can [[{{Badass}} single-handedly mow down scores of enemies]] in a single turn.



So far, only 3 out 5 of the games have been translated into English. In 1992, Treco released ''Langrisser'' stateside under the title of ''Warsong'', and a fan-made translation of the PC version exists. There is also a fan-made translation of the SNES remake of ''Langrisser II'', ''Der Langrisser'', which probably deserves a page of its own. ''Langrisser IV'' was translated in 2001. As the [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin subtitle of]] ''[[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin Langrisser V]]'' [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin suggests]], the series concluded right around the time Sega abandoned the SegaSaturn. NCS went on to produce the ''Millenium'' [[GaidenGame spinoff]] series without the input of the main series development team, with unfavorable results.

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The development team behind the earlier installments split from NCS in 1996 to form Career Soft. Career Soft remained involved with subsequent installments until 1998, when they began to develop the ''VideoGame/{{Growlanser}}'' series for Creator/{{Atlus}}.

So far, only 3 out 5 of the games have been translated into English. In 1992, Treco released ''Langrisser'' stateside under the title of ''Warsong'', and a fan-made translation of the PC version exists. There is also a fan-made translation of the SNES remake of ''Langrisser II'', ''Der Langrisser'', which probably deserves a page of its own.Langrisser''. ''Langrisser IV'' was translated in 2001. As the [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin subtitle of]] ''[[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin Langrisser V]]'' [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin suggests]], the series concluded right around the time Sega abandoned the SegaSaturn. NCS went on to produce the ''Millenium'' [[GaidenGame spinoff]] series without the input of the main series development team, with unfavorable results.
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