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Discussion in 'GBAtemp & Scene News' started by TPi, Nov 25, 2006.
I left #2603 open in case SirVG ever decides to spread Lara_Crofts_Tomb_Raider_Legend_USA_GBA-SirVG anywhere.
...as if I didn't have enough things I wanted to do at the moment...
Well, I held off on the Japanese release, lets see if I'll like this as much as I expect to like it...
any idea as to how to pronounce this game??
Eh? What the heck is this?
What type of game is this? I am assuming an SRPG by the looks. And Dice, I pronounce it eeg-dra. Kinda like Yggdrasial from Tales of Symphonia.
How does it play? Like Tactics Ogre? Like Riveria or whatever it's called?
the title screen looks an awful lot like that rivera game... I'm assuming it's either from the same developers or some sort of sequel?
'Yggdra' is pronounced 'iggdra'.
And the game plays somewhat like a combination of fire emblem and ogre battle. You take two units and fight each other, and if one unit kills all the other units in that battle, the loser takes a hit to it's Morale, or essentially, it's health. When Morale drops to 0, the enemy dies.
And yes, it's made by the people that made Riviera but it's not a sequel.
aparently some staff here work in the drugs trade
This is actually one of the few new gba games i was looking forwards to. Ill have to try it out
Really unique and nice title/name
Very good game. Well, back to FFXII!
It should be pronounced Iig-druh-sil, but for some reason the way it's written in Japanese is yuug-druh-sil. Strange indeed
I'm not sure what I'm supposed to be looking for on that site but if they pronounced it like that, they likely pronounced it wrong. I imagine Yggdra is taken from Yggdrasil as Sting games have a history of borrowing from Nordic mythology (Riviera being a prime example), and if they pronounce Yggdrasil as Yuugdrasil... man. That's insanity. Or insanityuu, I guess.
Today is a sad day for bandwidth on ROM sites.
ROMs are illegal and everyone that downloads them should go to jail.
How the heck do you pronounce "Yggdra"????
EDIT: okay i posted that and then realised everyone else in this thread was already discussing this...
Hey, I'm not saying that I'm supporting it. It's a merely a statement.