With a hatred for all dogs, she wants to collect five artifact jewels that will help her to build a homeland for all the cats. Even more blatant as she shares her seyuu with. Flare Priss One of the three Priss sisters of the Black Cats Gang, who's trying to steal several special crystals around Prairia under the guidance of a weapons merchant named Fool. Conclusion Tail Concerto isn't as fleshed out or as polished as it probably should have been, which is a real shame as the characters and world could easily support a much larger game. Princess Therria The princess of Prairia, and an eventual love interest for Waffle.
Therria seems to have taking a liking to watching Duel Tournaments, so Red often runs into her there. However, there only seems to be a geographical connection between the two, as Mamoru-kun is not the sequel of Tail Concerto. And while it may be aimed primarily at young children, the clunky camera will probably make it too frustrating for that demographic. Police Chief The hard type, Chief is responsible for giving Waffle his missions and updates throughout the game. Dogs and cats inhabit the world of Prairie. However, he constantly runs into the Black Cats Gang who is bent on stealing the crystals for their boss, Fool. Which doubles as and leads to his speech.
Alicia Pris is the leader and wears red, Stare Pris is in blue, and Flare Pris is the in yellow. I think I'll be going now! Story Welcome to Prairie Prerir , a set of floating islands that are home to two races derived from our own cats and dogs. After she is rescued by Waffle, she grows feelings for him Chamberlain Terria's old escort is stressed as ever. All three series were set in a Post-Apocalyptic Earth as well. If you can get past the problematic camera, there is an enjoyable little adventure with a big heart to be found, with little to no filler. Flare Pris Flare is the adopted sister of Alicia and Stare. Kittens Tons of kittens swarm the islands of Prairie making mischief and hunting for crystals.
The game features character designs and artwork by manga artist Nobuteru Y? It's later revealed in the game that she doesn't need it. A mostly underrated game that has a small following. The game starts fairly simply with our main protagonist, Waffle the dog police officer, waking up to the sound of the telephone. She's initially captured by the Black Cats Gang so that Waffle will hand over one of the crystals they need, but after she's freed she continues to try and help get the thieves brought to justice, while also making sure Waffle is recognized for his heroism. It doesn't stick with Flare when she actually interacts with the Dog-People. It spreads to Flare saying that Prairia once belonged to the Cat-People before being invaded by the Dog-People the details of the war are unclear.
You've got five minutes to escape. She's content to just sight-see, but when Alicia cant help herself from getting into some mischief she follows her lead anyway. As a result, you'll end up making mistakes that should be easy to avoid, which may get a little annoying. Weapons dealer and relics merchant extraordinaire, Fool asked the Priss sisters to collect the five jewels. Alicia Pris Alicia is the leader of the Kuroneko-dan Black Cats Gang. There were a few bosses and platforming sections which gave me some trouble, mainly due to the poor camera and somewhat sluggish controls. Tail Concerto was first released in Japan on April 1998 and the following December in France, with an English version released in North America in November 1999 by publisher Atlus.
The controls are fairly simple, and are explained here: D-Pad: Moves the character. Is it really, really up? Most of the time, you damage foes by shooting them with your bubble gun, which doesn't deal much damage. Cyan Garland The captain of the guard and competition for Waffle when it comes to Therria—that is, if Waffle had any interest in competing. Alicia Priss Leader of the Black Cat's gang, she is also one of Waffle's childhood friends. Along the way he'll help to uncover the mystery of the Iron Giant, a mysterious artifact from an ancient civilization. You got chocolate all over the crystal! The game is weaved together by cutscenes utilizing the game engine with spoken dialogue.
He is smart, brave, and always looking to help - qualities that make him a great addition to the Prairie police force and a ladies man to boot. The variety of objectives in Tail Concerto is fairly broad. Currently the language is in Japanese, although there are English subtitles and the voices will likely be re-recorded in time for its August release. Her interests lie in the well-being of her sisters. The game scenario revolves around a anthropomorphic canine police officer named Waffle Ryebread and his adventures while obtaining magical crystals for the purposes of an investigation into their use. It was published by Bandai in Japan on April 16, 1998 and by Atlus in North America on August 31, 1999.
Cyan Garland Cyan is the obnoxious captain of the palace guards. He wants the Priss sisters to find him the five crystals scattered about the land so he can resurrect an ancient evil that he wants to use to take over the land. Find out by playing Tail Concerto. Stare Pris Alicia's sister is the quiet type. She makes an appearance in the game Solatorobo, on vacation in Shepherd with Flare and Stair. In later stages he'll hover using a jet pack, cling to mesh ceilings, and climb on pipes to get around. Despite it being a revived project from 2010.