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7.3 out of 10

Final Fantasy Tactics Advance

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Overall 6
6.0
Gameplay 8
8.0
Graphics 8
8.0
Sound 9
9.0

Final Fantasy Tactics Advance

Portable Review
23 October 2005
  • Excerpt: Final 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.
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Overall 9
9.0

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GamesAreFun
29 September 2004
  • Excerpt: The first thing that you’ll probably notice is the graphics, which are easily the best that I’ve seen on the Gameboy Advance. The colors are bright, the sprites are detailed, and the animation is slick. In fact the only real difference between this and the original is the lack of 3D battlefields which isn’t all that big of a deal. In fact it seems that the graphics are a bit too detailed.
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Overall 9
9.0

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GamesAreFun
29 September 2004
  • Excerpt: The first thing that you’ll probably notice is the graphics, which are easily the best that I’ve seen on the Gameboy Advance. The colors are bright, the sprites are detailed, and the animation is slick. In fact the only real difference between this and the original is the lack of 3D battlefields which isn’t all that big of a deal. In fact it seems that the graphics are a bit too detailed.
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Overall 7
7.0
Gameplay 8
7.8
Graphics 9
8.9
Sound 8
7.8
Storyline 3
3.3
Replay value 3
3.3

Final Fantasy Tactics Advance

RPG LAND
24 December 2003
  • Excerpt: Shortly after the release of Final Fantasy VI , Squaresoft and Nintendo vowed never to work with each other again. This led to Final Fantasy VII (along with all FFs of the 32-bit era) calling the Sony Playstation its home. Just a few months after FF7′s release, another FF game appeared out of nowhere and stunned the cultic RPG-ers that played it. Since then, many gamers waited anxiously for a sequel to the great Final Fantasy Tactics .
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Overall 7
6.7

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GamingNexus
21 October 2003
  • Conclusion: Square gives a solid portable effort, with a few nagging issues.
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Overall 8
7.5
Gameplay 7
7.0
Graphics 9
9.0
Sound 8
8.0
Control 7
7.0
Addiction 10
10

Final Fantasy Tactics Advance

Nintendo World Report
13 October 2003
  • Summary: Square’s first Nintendo game in years is a solid strategy game, especially for beginners.
  • Pros: Relatively easy for beginners to pick up, Sharp graphics, Solid strategy gameplay
  • Cons: Clunky menu interface, Poorly implemented job system and story, Simplified gameplay defeats the purpose
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Overall 8
8.1
Gameplay 9
8.5
Graphics 9
9.2
Sound 9
9.2
Storyline 7
6.5
Control 9
9.0

Expert Review

RPGFan
1 October 2003
  • Excerpt: Final Fantasy Tactics Advance is the much hyped "sequel" to Square's 1998 smash-hit Final Fantasy Tactics. Though Square surprised everyone by announcing the sequel for the Game Boy Advance, the finished product proves to be a worthy follow-up to the original, though not without a few minor quirks. Final Fantasy Tactics Advance (FFTA) once again brings the gamer to the world of Ivalice.
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Overall 8
7.7
Gameplay 8
7.5
Graphics 8
8.0
Sound 8
7.5

Final Fantasy Tactics Advance

GamersHell.com
9 July 2003
  • Excerpt: The town of St. Ivalice is about as normal as any other town. In it you’ll find normal peace loving people, and during the opening sequence we’re brought to its rather big elementary school. It’s winter, and just recently a boy named Marche moved into town. During a snowball fight Marche and a girl named Ritz defend the easily picked on boy names Mewt, and as a result they become friends.
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Overall 8
8.0

Final Fantasy Tactics Advance

Hype
23 February 2008
Overall 8
8.0

Final Fantasy Tactics Advance

Hype
23 February 2008
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