Summary: This is a great game if you can get past all the touch controls on the tiny screen. Managing units is more cumbersome than it should be. If you liked FFXII and can stand rts type games I would give it a shot. Got my copy brand new and sealed from Amazon for $12.
Summary: My daughter just started playing this but so far so good. She has other versions of Final Fantasy so I was not concerned about the quality of the game. I will update if anything comes up. That is why there are only 4 starts - just because I don't have enough feedback yet.
Summary: This game reminds me a bit of the original Warcraft game. The premise is simple: you can summon monsters to help you in battles. You have a point and click interface using the stylus. You basically select the characters and monsters you want, then have them move towards a spot or attack an enemy. Sounds simple? It kind of is simple, yet there is a good amount of strategy involved. Each monster class has a different elemental affinity and a different kind of attack.
Summary: A solid purchase if you're a fan of Final Fantasy or RPG's in general. Takes the traditional battle mechanics in a bit of a different direction, as did FFTactics, but certainly does a good job of holding your attention. Kind of a split between an RPG and Real-Time strategy game. Good blend. Lots of fun for all ages if you're into that kind of style. Highly recommended.
Summary: One year after the events of Final Fantasy XII, Vaan and his partner and friend Penelo meet with Balthier and his partner Fran to seek a lost treasure. This treasure though, ends up starting a new adventure to a lost continent in the sky. Not only that, but this continent is in danger of being destroyed by somebody called the Judge of Wings. The story it self promises new friend's, old ones, epic summons and equally epic battles.
Summary: Final Fantasy XII was not a game that was met with universal praise. In terms of fan reaction, it was rather mixed. There were a great deal of people who did not like it for the lack of character depth and change to story telling. Just the same, however, there were some who were quite taken with the world of Ivalice and who loved the political and philosophical intrigue of the original Final Fantasy XII.