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PoPoLoCrois (PSP)

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PoPoLoCrois is an isometric cel shaded retro-style RPG. This PSP version is the first entry in the series to be released outside of Japan. It is a remake of the first two PoPoLoCrois titles for the PlayStation seamlessly reworked into a single game with various enhancements. You play as the 10-year old Prince Pinon who needs to find way of saving his sleeping beauty mom, and the whole kingdom, from Ancient Evil.

While playing you are able to pick up different characters to form a party, each with a different personality and combat style. Battles occur randomly and they become semi-strategic turn-based if you turn off the default auto combat option. Combat doesn't take you to a different screen, it just defines a spot in the background moving it to a diagonal grid, where you will move and fight the enemy. In these fights, there are many battle options, from special skills to tag-team attacks. Actions are based on an action gauge that fills up. The game can be saved manually or automatically.


PoPoLoCrois PSP Entrance to Cotrico’s Island dungeon.
PoPoLoCrois PSP Prince Pietro founding his sleeping mom.
PoPoLoCrois PSP Ancient sword in the woods!
PoPoLoCrois PSP Screen of drafted intro between game «chapters».

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The Press Says

Deaf Gamers 2006 8 out of 10 80
Cheat Code Central Dec 12, 2005 4 out of 5 80
RPGFan Jan 19, 2008 73 out of 100 73
Portable Review Oct 30, 2005 28 out of 40 70
GameSpy Dec 07, 2005 3.5 Stars3.5 Stars3.5 Stars3.5 Stars3.5 Stars 70
Gamers' Temple, The 2005 65 out of 100 65 Jun 26, 2006 12 out of 20 60
AceGamez 2005 6 out of 10 60
Game Chronicles Jan 14, 2006 5.8 out of 10 58
Gaming Age Dec 13, 2005 C+ 58


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Stratege (15326) added PoPoLoCrois (PSP) on Aug 04, 2006