Guidebook Giveaway: Tactics Ogre

I have three copies of our absolutely enormous strategy guide to Tactics Ogre: Let Us Cling Together to give away. It's not often that I say having a strategy guide is essential for getting the most out of a game, but I can't imagine anyone discovering more than 70% of this game without the help of this guide. It's over 400 pages of densely packed maps, side-quests, data, and strategy.

My co-author and I (with help from the lovely Mrs. Walsh) submitted over 1200 pages of manuscript for this book. There are hundreds of maps, countless items and weapons detailed, and hundreds of skills and spells described.

And I've got three autographed copies to give away. All you have to do is sign up to become a Friend of RG (see links on the left) and post a reply to this thread. Take a moment to tell me why you want the book, your memories of playing past Tactics Ogre games, or even let me know what you're favorite character class is. I'll do a drawing of names on 3/12 to pick the winners.


shell said...

Okay. I'll bite. I found your site by looking up: "tactics ogre" strategy. Turn based strategy games are my favorite- from the venerable X-Com: UFO Defense to Disgaea, Phantom Brave, Makai Kingdom and of course, Final Fantasy Tactics.

As for favorite class, it's too early to tell. I'm currently at level 10 and have access to only the default classes... or do i? If only i had a strategy guide...

Doug Walsh said...

Hey Shell, thanks for writing. Use the link under my photo to email me your name and shipping address (continental US, please) and I'll get a copy in the mail to you right away.

Brenton said...

Wow, can't believe I missed this opportunity! I'm loving Tactics Ogre, but came to the party a little late :-(. I'm going to be telling my younger brother about your site, though--he's a big fan of cycling out in the Morro Bay/SLO area.

Doug Walsh said...

Brenton, I still have a copy that I'd be happy to send your way. Check the comment I left for Shell directly above yours for instructions.

Thanks for writing.

Brenton said...

Mr. Walsh,

The book arrived today. It's a great quality guide, and I just wanted to thank you for sending it my way. I can tell how much work you and your co-writers put into making the thing.

Thanks again,