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Déroutant, Langrisser 3 l'est assurément. Passionnant, fun et réussi, il l'est tout autant. Un épisode un peu à part, qui fait cependant honneur à la série, et lève de nombreuses zones d'ombre sur le scénario global. A noter qu'une édition spéciale proposant une boite avec des hologrammes est disponible.
Ultimately, I can only recommend Langrisser III to diehard Urushihara buffs or gamers looking to complete their Langrisser collections, as it's sure to leave any casual gamer feeling screwed over. Japanese knowledge is at a minimum in terms of being able to play through it, but a decent understanding will be required to enjoy one of its true redeeming factors; the excellent story. If it didn't have the Langrisser name attached to it, it would probably receive higher scores and wouldn't have tanked so badly in Japan. Trust me...you'd be better off picking up its fantastic sequels (also reviewed here at RPGFan).