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Final Fantasy Tactics Sony Playstation Game
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Final Fantasy Tactics – PS1 Game
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Final Fantasy Tactics – PS1 Game
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Now i man sound a bit over zealous here. But this game is a masterpiece of epic proportions. Never have I spent more time playing a game, and i know hundreds of others who played it just as long. And the best part, its still just as fun now as at the start.However, the important part of really understanding this game is getting through the begginging. Many people play a game for 5 minutes and get bored cause they, frankly, are idiots with no patience. If you can simply give this game 10-30 minutes of your time and really try to understand the interworkings of the brillant battle system and the plot to the game, you will likely be just as hooked as i was.I am sure there are thousands of people kissing squares diamond boot for re-releasing this brillant game. And you know what, you should be.If you want a game that you may end up putting 1000+ hours in and have fun the whole time while thinking (key, if you don’t like thinking, don’t even try it), this is the perfect game for you.Now i return to FFT, and in a few years i may emmerge back once again, with all lv 99 chars leveled up and down to max speed hp and attack power, if you have played the game you know what i am talking about.
Who can go wrong with a Final Fantasy game? This one is based more on strategy than anything, but it is still fun especially for a fan. Especially since this was around in my childhood it was nice to have it again.Game was in perfect condition, and quick and timely shipping, I needed it for a birthday and got here the day before.I ordered new and it was in fact new, still wrapped, not scratches, and the price wasn’t nearly as bad as other places I looked.
This game is definately hard, but it’s got a great story and it has a super awesome battle system that I could play for hours for no reason. If you don’t get this game, you’re sure to go insane. Although, in some aspect, like those stupid assasins, if you get the game, you’ll go insane. But get it anyway.And remember, “if at first you don’t succeed, try, try again” until you cut those stupid buttcheeks in have with you’re chaos blade!!!
The battles are fun and engrossing (even if the characters are chibified). Yet, while itï¿½s fun, I have a knack for dying. I try to get my characters medical aid, but they usually croak before I can get my chemist to them. Oh wellï¿½Itï¿½s a great game, and I recommend it to anyone who likes RPGs like Mage Knight.
I want to start out by saying that I don’t normally get into video games. Its not that I don’t find them interesting, its just that for some reason or other, they dont hold my interest for very long. I’ve never beaten a video game, not even Mario back in the Nintendo games, because I just get bored with it and find something else to do.Final Fantasy Tactics is definately going to be my first.For a while I kept watching my boyfriend play, and I admit to being intreaged. As an avid chess and risk player, the thought of being able to level up my characters as I played got my attention. This past week I finally sat down to play. Cut to four days later when I realized that I had logged as many hours on the game as my boyfriend who has been playing for two months.Yes, it is that good.The plot is interesting, the main characters are deep, the "jobs" that you can acquire convince you to fight random battle for hours on end so that you can have this or that ability. Best of all, the game advances with you. Although the set battles that you need to fight are always at a specific character level, the random battles generated by the game when you walk around are amazing. Tactics adapts to your fighting style, making you constantly have to revise and get better yourself. Its not one of those games where once you master one strategy, you’ve won.Admittedly, the translations into English are a bit rough, but otherwise, a must have for anybody that likes tactics or roll playi.
Despite the game being over 10 years old, it still rocks hard!My biggest beef is with the poorly translated script. Other than that it is nearly flawless.There are dozens of reviews which talk about specifics, but here are my overall impressions circa 2010.Pros: Music (amazing!), graphics (yes classic, squatty sprites rule!), job system is amazing, great variety of equipment, cool magic and special attack animations, great leveling system, secret hunt rules, random battles are nice, learning skills from slain enemies is nice, stealing strong equipment, weather effects your abilities, elevation effects, lots of maps, Orlandu, Cloud StrifeCons: Story, easy last boss (though getting there is very tough), only 16 characters in your army, inability to send recruited NPCs on quests and jobs, quest system is a joke (the jobs you accept in bars), average summon animations, Rafa and Malak suck, kind of feels like cheating to raise your permanent brave and faith levels…
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When Square realeased Final Fantasy Tactics after it’s monumental success in Final Fantasy VII, it recieved some very harsh critisim for it’s poor translation, among other things. But, Final Fantasy Tactics built a strong fan base, and I’m sure many still replay it today.FFT is a game that took a different direction rather than a traditional RPG. Most of the game revolves around battles that are much harder than you may think. The manual even advises that you save after every encounter. Before a battle ensues, you can place usually up to 5 characters on a platform, which represents your side of the battlefield while the enemy starts on the other side. You then begin to advance, a little like chess, planning strategically to smite all the enemies before you.I definitely agree with the people who say this game is hard. If you don’t plan one character’s move correctly, the whole battle may be out of your hands. But, if strategy games isn’t your cup of tea, then don’t get strategy games! FFT is a hard game, but it is definitely beatable and conquerable, it just takes a lot of time and patience.All in all, Final Fantasy Tactics is an exceptional game. The engrossing gameplay, great graphics, story, and characters make it a must have for fans of the genre or considering fans.
WARNING * If you are buying this game because you are obsessed with Final Fantasy and the original FF style, listen to this. The game is turn based on a gridlike arena, and the entire game is based on the complex battle system, if you don’t like long battles or actually having to think, don’t buy this and complain. * WARNINGOk, now that that is over, this game is a must have for anyone with a playstation or a playstation 2. The graphics are not all 3D but not at all dissapointing, with detailed sprites that are always in motion the game has a nice feel to it. The sound effects are also a plus, as well as different battle music for almost every battle. The storyline is great but no where near as in-depth as something like FF7 or FF9. I had beaten the game a while ago and decided i would revisit it recently (great replay value). This time i had a Gameshark that i got for $4, and wondered how much i could do with it. With the option of changing all of my characters to any monster, enemy, boss, ally in the game with any set of moves, the game has just doubled its replay value. If you read some more of the reviews for FFT and decide you want to get this game(which you will) don’t forget a Gameshark. However, on an end note, the game is still excellent without cheating, buy it!
This would probably be one of the best strategy games i have ever played, simply put. The job and leveling system didn’t really impress me, however, the story was the true reason I kept going on. The story is about, generally, a man named Delita who goes from a low-class peasant to a king. And how a man (you) that was also his best friend, and labeled by the church to be an evil, murderous heretic, was rumored to of been the true hero from saving the world from the destruction of demons. It sounds a little boring and dragged on, but involves many other things, like religion and even politics. You’ll like the game if you like strategy, but you’ll love it if you’re intersted enough to follow it. The only bad part about this game is the annoying battles. Instead of other Final Fantisies where a sudden battle would take a quick limit break or whatever, this one puts you in a battle that would take a minimum of 12 minutes, if you rush. And there is a lot of that, and you will have to do it if you wanna check the towns for up-to-date gear. The game stays close to the story line, and only really starts to losen up into extra characters later on (but not too late to give them no purpose). Overall, it’s a game made for everyone, but if you’re just looking to pulverise demons, you’d be better off with a more movemental, and graphically advanced game.