The Langrisser JRPG series is returning to PC after a 20 year absence

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(Image credit: NIS America)

Langrisser is a tactical, turn-based JRPG series missing in action for the last few decades. While PC did get a weird browser-based spin-off in the form of Langrisser Tri-Swords, it was Japan only, and for that matter, most Langrisser games have remained unlocalised, except for the original game and a few fan translations.

That's changing come 2020: NIS America has announced that Langrisser I and II will release together for PC and consoles early next year. They'll boast HD graphics, "re-orchestrated music" and quality of life improvements, as well as English subtitles.

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The original Langrisser released for Mega Drive in 1991, while its sequel released for Mega Drive and Super Nintendo in 1994 and 1995 respectively. Both got a PC port in 1998, though only the first ever got an official localisation.

Here's the trailer:

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