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Tir-Na-Nog - PSP

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Price: $53.90
Ships same-day (M-F) if ordered before 5PM EST
Item Number: ULJS-00129
Publisher: System Soft
Jan/UPC Code: 4562106780119

NCS Product Synopsis - Updated: April 28, 2009
«©NCSX» The Japanese PC was the first platform that Tir Na Nog (Land of the Young) reached a few years ago but the game gets ported to two more platforms this week. According to legend, Tir Na Nog is where the gods once lived but they were defeated in battle and forced underground. The gods became known by later generations as fairies. The PSP version of the game features dungeon crawling action that hearkens back to the early 90s heyday of action-adventure games when graphics were sorta gritty and sounds were kinda rudimentary. Tir Na Nog is built on Celtic mythology and features a fantasy world where heroic archetypes travel the land and explore, roust up some treasure, and battle armies of enemy warriors.

The PSP conversion features two brand new scenarios that aren't in the PC original, new events, and big bosses to battle. The interface has also been streamlined for more efficient control of the action. Upon beginning a new game, the "Scenario Generation System" kicks into gear and creates a set of scenarios, characters, items, structures, and dungeons that are unique to each game. The publisher touts 10 billion possibilities so it's a good bet that every new adventure is unique. A large assortment of weapons is also available including daggers, swords, axes, halberds, and more to slay malcontents. Character classes in the game have attributes that determine their performance in battle and the overall adventure such as strength, technique, wisdom, and charm. Attack and defense values are also imparted to each character depending on the weapon or armor that's equipped.

Japanese Product Name: ティル・ナ・ノーグ~悠久の仁~

View the back cover and screenshots on the main NCSX website.

Japanese PSP games may be played on North American and European PSP handhelds. There is no region-coding on PSP game UMDs.

This document is ©NCSX 2009. All rights reserved. No reproduction in whole or in part of this document may be made without express written consent of National Console Support, Inc.

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