Reviews and Problems with Final Fantasy Tactics Advance
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FF Tactics Advance
4 December 2010
Summary: WOW! this game RULES!!! from the chess like battle formations to the storyline this game was damn near perfect the only thing i couldnt ever figure out was where to place the cities ,forests,caves.There was nothing really in the story line that told you where to put these, if purchased i would have...
Summary: in this game, which doesn't get nearly as much attention as it should sets the bar as high as a matteus totema damage. Coming out on the game boy advance, a system not know for it's graphics, it did a wonderful job of getting the job done.
Pros: Awesome audio, Engaging story, Loads of content, Epic boss fights, Addictive gameplay, Innovative concepts, Just plain fun
Summary: Ok so here is my review of Final Fantasy Tactics Advance. Let me start off by saying that I did not play the original Final Fantasy Tactics on the playstation and it wasn't until after I beat this one that I got a hold of a copy of the original.
Summary: I bought it to my 13 years old son, His comments were: I bought it because I like strategy RPGs (role-playing games) and I'm curious about the final Fantasy series I like the unique battle system and character variety I don't really have any dislikes
Summary: This game has to be among the best Game Boy Advance Games that was released. It took many ideas from the first Final Fantasy Tactics Advance from the Playstation and added a few quirks to the gameplay and tweeked the job system. First off what I enjoyed was the job system.
Summary: Final Fantasy Tactics was a challenging game - every battle was long, and you had to really strategize in order to win. Final Fantasy Tactics Advance is about ten times less challenging, which is a great thing if you are a kid or new to the series.
More Strategy, less your typical Final Fantasy Game
25 June 2006
Summary: First off, this game is not what youd immediately believe a game with the label Final Fantasy on it to be. This is a re-release of the version that came out on PSone also called Final Fantasy tactics.