It has more solid gameplay, better writing, more characters, more scenarios, etc.
Which one was better? The reason was that the Playstation version had tedious load times before each battle. Ogre Battle on PS or Ogre Battle on SNES? Tactics Ogre: PSP vs SNES. It's been many years, but if my memory is correct I thought the Super Nintendo version was better. 1,235. If you're not a Vampyre, no worries, we'll let you in on a "night-pass." There are a few differences:-PSX version you can save during battle, SNES version only after battle-PSX version had some cosmetic changes done for characters, spells, etc.-PSX version redid some of the english translation and isn't as spotty as the SNES (Although on the VC I haven't noticed any broken english yet) and that is all I know. Ogre Battle on PS or Ogre Battle on SNES?
It had 3 different releases. I want to buy Ogre battle again. Ogre Battle: The March of the Black Queen is a Tactical RPG video game published by Atlus released on August 6, 1997 for the Sony PlayStation. Ogre Battle: The March of the Black Queen is often referred to as Ogre Battle. ... That's one bonus point for the PS1 version of Ogre Battle. Hi All, Probably the most significant difference is the save feature, I'd say. The SNES and PSX versions are the same game (March of the Black Queen). I guess I'll start by giving my opinion. There was a special version that was modified from the Japanese version that used some expansion cart and had the ability to save one active game on any map. It's been many years, but if my memory is correct I thought the Super Nintendo version was better. Greetings, and welcome to the Ogre Battle Web Page for Vampyres, and any other creatures of Darkness out there. The N64 Ogre Battle (Person of Lordly Caliber) is a completely different game, although it's a sequel to the SNES/PSX Ogre Battle. Ogre Battle 64 vs Ogre Battle SNES. ... a "re-imagining" of the Super NES original. Marty.
1,235. This page has been up for seven months and it's reached a critical point, it's finished! ". So feel free to fly around and look at what is here, but if you notice any broken links, please e-mail me about it.
SNES - This is the original version. About the only reasons why people might prefer the PS1 version is because of the way some things were translated (mainly the names of people/locations) and the artstyle but those aren't important on the grand scale of things. This category contains all the classes in Ogre Battle: The March of the Black Queen. This category contains all the classes in Ogre Battle: The March of the Black Queen. 1,235. Marty. Marty.
1,235. I want to buy Ogre battle again. Marty.
Marty. Post Nov 23, 2008 #1 2008-11-23T02:16. 1,235. There was a Japanese and English release. For Tactics Ogre: Let Us Cling Together on the PSP, a GameFAQs message board topic titled "Differences from the SNES/PSX versions? Ogre Battle – Limited Edition (USA) … Templar Knight. If you're a completist and/or perfectionist and like the idea of making the 'best game possible' by reloading saves to get better items, finish battles better and correct mistakes, etc, then the PS1 version is definitely handy. Four other games in the series have been released, of which Ogre Battle: Legend of the Zenobia Prince is most similar to the original, with Ogre Battle 64: Person of Lordly Caliber also being in the vein of the first offering. ... as you'll be able to rotate the battle field to get a better view, even switching to an overhead view. Post Nov 23, 2008 #1 2008-11-23T02:16. This version is much better than the PS1 and SNES version. The '93 SNES game was ported to the PlayStation in '97, and is now in the Wii Virtual Console in '08. For Ogre Battle: The March of the Black Queen on the Super Nintendo, GameFAQs has 15 FAQs (game guides and walkthroughs). Templar Knight.