Conclusion: In summation, Final Fantasy Tactics tries out a new type of genre for Final Fantasy, and succeeds rather well. It should be said that the "Tactics" aspect of this is a bit misleading, due to the way in which you can build your characters.
Excerpt: Final Fantasy is bordering on a cult at this point. The series of loosely connected games, movies, and merchandise resonates with gamers worldwide and continues to spin off loads of new material.
Conclusion: Final Fantasy Tactics: The War of the Lions is a true PSP system seller if ever there was one. The sheer amount of content coupled with the in depth battle system and epic story provide a game that will keep you busy on-the-go for months.
Excerpt: Let's go back into the past, to the days when 16-Bit consoles ruled the video gaming industry. The Super Nintendo and Genesis were both known for a thing each. Genesis or all Sega consoles for that matter have been known to be systems with the best sports games.
Excerpt: From the first time I saw a port of an old game on the PSP, I hoped for the day they would port Final Fantasy Tactics. When it came out on the original PlayStation in 1997, people raved about it. The gameplay, the story, I couldn't remember anyone not loving it.
Final Fantasy Tactics: War of the Lions (PSP) Review
5 November 2007
Excerpt: is like being transported into a world of fantastical action and political intrigue. The king of Ivalice has just recently died, and his son is too young to inherit the throne. The titular War of the Lions is a war of succession between two Dukes.