Summary: i like the gameplay, its a lot like blue dragon. however, just like blue dragon, its a little too easy. i would give it 4 stars, but due to FF seemingly reusing character persona with a different name and sprite from 9 onward, i bumped it down to 3. its a decent game though all in all.
Summary: I, being a huge fan of Final Fantasy XII, was skeptical when dealing with a DS sequel. A sprite based interpretation of XII's battle system and the lack of full, pre-rendered cutscenes was enough to stifle a bit of the interest, but the story is as engaging as it's PS2 predecessor and there are a few cutscenes at appropriate cruxes throughout.
Summary: It's a fun game,but it doesn't play like other Final Fantasy's.There is no turn based battle system.You can have so many espers join you that it makes the game too easy.You can't really buy weapon up grades,but you can craft new,stronger ones.You have to collect the ingredients in the field,during battle for crafting.The challenge you will get the most from will be trying to get high level espers to join you.
Summary: It's kind of like FF tactics but with more freedom. It's constant battle after battle with a little bit of a story line thrown in. So if you like rpgs where you have control of characters, exploring and figuring out the plot as you go a long you wont like this game.
Summary: Pros: It has excellent graphics. It is quite appealing to teens. Cons: Repetitive fighting gets boring. (this is the game about) It is not addictive at all. I would have bought tactics A2 better.
Summary: It was a fun game with creative combat, however it doesn't offer any special function after end the game. You cannot review any CG, cut scenes, and you don't get any special item or so. It is fun to play once, but twice.
Summary: This game is fast pace. However, at the end it really grinds down. At first the enemy being strong isn't a problem until they are 40 levels higher. Which leads to 10+ hours of level grinding at the last chapter which blows. Except for the last part the game is great.