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Final Fantasy Tactics Advance – Staff Review
21 November 2007
Excerpt: It’s fairly common for video game enthusiasts to have dreams about whichever game they are currently playing. Sometimes aspects of real life will become blended with the game inside the dream. Some people may even have nightmares in which they are trapped within the game.
Fantasy Tactics Advance is one of the first gems Square Enix has
developed in its early life. This game was probably only made because
of the demand for the original after it had gone out of print and was
next to impossible to find. Most of the elements that made FFT a
classic are present in this game. Don't expect to see Ramza, Delita or any of those people
from the original as this is not a port nor a true sequel.
Excerpt: In 1997/1998 Square Soft gave birth to one of the most popular strategy-role playing games to date, Final Fantasy Tactics. This exclusive Sony Playstation title was very popular. The amount of breadth the game involved provided gamers with hours of play and replay. Now again in the year 2003 Square Enix blesses us with another installment in the world of Final Fantasy on Nintendo's ever so popular Game Boy Advance portable gaming system, Final Fantasy Tactics Advance...
Summary: Freunde der leichten Ballerkost, werden ihren Spaß haben, durch die surrealen Welten zu streifen und die etwas dummen KI-Gegner in ihrer bunten Bonbon-Welt zu erledigen... Für meine Verhältnisse fand ich "Gene Trooper" viel zu bunt, manchmal ist weniger eben mehr. Die Rollenspielelemente sind schön in das Spiel eingebettet, nur das Tutorial ist sehr schlecht, man muss alles irgendwie selbst rausfinden, was besonders am Anfang schwierig ist.