Official story artwork from the remake of Langrisser I & I

If you're in the mood for something truly oldschool, you might be interested to hear that the 1991 turn-based tactics games Langrisser I and its 1994 sequel Langrisser II have now made their way to Steam, PS4 and Switch. The remastered versions bring with them improved visuals, reorchestrated music, better localization, quality-of-life changes, as well as a new character with their own story choices.

You can get a bit of an idea of what to expect in terms of visual quality, as well as a glimpse of what the gameplay in the Langrisser series is like, through the recently posted launch trailer. Have a peek:

While the games themselves seem to be pretty good, it's important to mention that the mouse/keyboard support is extremely bare-bones, and that's putting it gently. So if you're planning to grab Langrisser I & II, make sure you have a controller on hand as that's definitely the recommended way of playing through the series.

Before you dive in, however, you might also want to check out the free demo. After all, Langrisser I & II are rather old games, so it's probably best to first check whether you'd actually enjoy their take on turn-based tactics before springing for your wallet.

Have fun, and you can learn more about Langrisser I & II, as well as check out the free demo, over at Steam.