Reviews and Problems with FINAL FANTASY TACTICS: The War of the Lions
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Great Game, Unfortunately, Getting into multiplayer is difficult
Wayne Wong, Amazon
11 March 2014
Summary: The game itself is great and fun. There was slow downs with certain skills but I bought this game knowing that. Thew only unfortunate part is that I am unable to participate in any of the multilayer battles since I don't know anyone else who has this game. It would have been great If I was allowed to solo the multilayer in some way, but since I can't I can only give it a 4 star rating as I could not access all the game's features.
Summary: A must have game if you are a PSP owner, excellent storytelling, immersing battle system and great graphics design, along with Tactics Ogre this is a real treasure from Square Enix library and portable consoles.
Summary: Let me preface my review by saying that I love Final Fantasy Tactics for the original PlayStation more than any other game I've ever played. I spent years playing this game. My best friend told me she still dreams to the music of this game because she would often fall asleep as I played well into the night. When I learned it had come out for the PSP and I would be able to take it anywhere and play anytime I was extremely excited.
Summary: pro+ game is fun and can last lots of hours without even getting bored, very addictive cons: had played the one for the ds and the battle style and cam on the ds one to (ME) was better than this one but is a very great game and at the price you cant miss the chance to add it to your collection
Summary: I've never played the ps1 version so I thought the game ran fine but wished it could have a way to skip in-battle animations. I found myself doing other things while the battle animations were playing. But after I saw a video on youtube of the original ps1 version, I found out just how much slower the PSP version is, and would really like to play it normal speed.
Summary: I LOVE FFT. I've played the original many many times, and while it is nice to have the game on my psp, unfortunately this version presents some problems, but I'll start with the positives. positives; -portable (duh) -looks great, nice and crisp -same great gameplay -really nice anime cutscenes -new jobs!
Summary: OK I've always been a big fan of the Final Fantasy Franchise, but I have had my bitter encounters with some of them, and this is definitely NOT one of those. The graphics are classic to a Tactics game from Square Enix, the music is just amazing and the amount of Jobs and abilities is quite satisfactory, the game play is very easy to grasp if you have played any Final Tactics before, and even if you have not, it includes a very extensive and complete tutorial before you...
Summary: I really loved Final Fantasy Tactics on Playstation. One of the best tactical-RPG I've ever played. So, I was really excited about a PSP issue. A lot of new stuff and a multiplayer mode make the life of the game even longer as it already is. Plus, new CGs, new characters, new jobs ... Only thing that I was really not happy about : the game suffers from terrible lags when actions are performed in battle (i.e : Magics, skills, etc ...
Summary: Final Fantasy Tactics is easily my favorite game of all time. I already own a Playstation and an original release copy of the game. I bought a PSP and the PSP version of the game just so I could sample the new additions that were put in when it was re-released. I'm enjoying it - maybe my 6th or 7th playthrough - but I am not excited by the additions so far. Specifically, the cut scenes were changed from the character-in-level style to animated sequences.
Great for newcomers, but may disappoint hardcore fans
15 May 2010
Summary: With FFT as one of my most favorite games of all time, naturally my expectations were quite high for the PSP remake. I found it to be a mixed bag. Things I liked: -New translation, which fixes a lot of errors and sounds more believable with the context, as well as seems more consistent. -Extra game content, including beautifully rendered 3D cutscenes, two new job classes, and some story scenes.