Summary: I am a fan of the franchise, so I may be a little bias. I played the original PS1 version - graphics are amazing - button are easy to learn - overall difficulty varies depending how you start each battle Con - none
Summary: The opening sequence is a delight. Fans will appreciate the new cutscenese but may be a bit put-off by the newly translated names and diologue. I love it! Have not had a chance to try the wifi yet, looking forward to it however.
Summary: I fell in love with this game from the old Playstation version when I was younger. I love the new PSP remake. Far better than my old Playstation version, with the new CGs and the new Dark Knight Class. SE did a good job with this. If you like this game you should also pick up the PSP Square-Enix release version of Tactics Ogre - Let us cling together.
Summary: This is one of my favorite games of all time. The re-translation of the script is phenomenal and the added short cut-scenes are a nice touch. I haven't gotten far in this particular version of the game, but I hear there may be some lag on the summons/spells later on. Time will tell.
Summary: If you remember playing through the first Final Fantasy Tactics on PS1, then you have a fond memory for all the game contained, both good and bad. Remember the text when you went on a mission? "I had a good feeling" "I guess this job was a big success". Or even shoddy translations in the middle of story battles. "What's a cellar? A cellar is a rat's nest..." Though nothing as horrible as the infamous Zero Wing (Ssome one set up us the bomb!