PS Plus Premium gets free Tactics Ogre Reborn trial

Last year's Tactics Ogre Reborn is an updated port and remaster of an earlier remake of the classic tactics JRPG game that first came out in 1995.

Ps Plus Premium Gets Free Tactics Ogre Reborn Trial
Tactics Ogre: Reborn is widely considered as one of the progenitors of the tactics RPG genre.

If you're not the biggest fan of strategic games but would like to try one out, PS Plus Premium has you covered. Sony just released a two-hour game trial for Tactics Ogre: Reborn, a remaster of the 2010 remake of the tactics JRPG title that initially came out in 1995 for the Super Famicom.

Two hours isn't long as Tactics Ogre Reborn comes from a different time. Beating the main storyline will take you around 55 hours, so two hours is barely 4% of the gameplay. But, Tactics Ogre: Reborn isn't exactly the type of game that takes a long time to get going. An hour or two should be enough to help you decide if it's for you.

It's difficult to justify getting PS Plus Premium (or Deluxe, in certain territories) over PS Plus Extra. The bulk of the best additions are available on the Extra tier. The only advantage of the Premium tier is having access to a growing catalogue of PSP, PS2, and PS3 titles as well as time-limited trials, like the one for Tactics Ogre: Reborn. However, the trials lack focus, to say the least.

You'd expect Sony to strike a bargain with companies to have their incoming games available for a one- or two-hour trial but that hasn't happened yet.

Instead, Sony is focusing on recently released titles like Gotham Knights and Marvel's Midnight Suns as well as other odd additions like Cyberpunk 2077.

Still, free is free. If you're subscribed to the highest PS Plus tier, you might as well try.

Ps Plus Premium Gets Free Tactics Ogre Reborn Trial
Tactics Ogre: Reborn should be good for a couple of hundred hours if you complete everything it has to offer.

Speaking of Tactics Ogre Reborn, the re-release of the classic 1995 game is part of the infamous Nvidia GeForce Now leak. Fans are now waiting for Square Enix to reveal and announce a modern re-release of Final Fantastic Tactics Remaster, which was also in the leak.

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