Dame Ravness, a new character created just for the PSP version, joins Denam early in the game. Yes, “Denam”. The press pack refers to the game’s protagonist as Denam Pauel. Kachua is “Catiua” and Vice is “Vyce” in the PSP version. The prologue gives us a peek at the new localization.
The Valerian Isles, jewels of the Obero Sea.
Long a center of naval commerce, the people here have struggled throughout history for dominion over these shores.
Finally there rose a man to put an end to this conflict.
His name: Dorgalua Oberyth.
But history would know him as the Dynast-King.
Dorgalua took the disparate races of men calling the islands home and united them as one. For fully half a century he reigned, and Valeria knew prosperity.
But upon his death, three clans rose to claim Valeria for themselves: the aristocratic Bakram, the teeming Galgastani, and the few but hardy Walister. Valeria was once again in the grip of a great blood war.
The Bakram and the Galgastani quickly divided Valeria between themselves, and an uneasy quiet has since settled over the isles. Yet none believe the calm will last.
In addition to a new localization, Square Enix promises a rewritten story with new subplots and in-battle cutscenes. Tactics Ogre: Let Us Cling Together also has a couple of interface changes too.
Players can see the turn order on the bottom of the screen.
A release date for Tactics Ogre: Let Us Cling Together still has not been announced in Japan or the West.