Final Fantasy Tactics Review - GameSpot.
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Final Fantasy Tactics for the Playstation was the first 'tactics' game for the franchise. The game combined the thematic elements of the 'Final Fantasy' series with a turn based grid 'tactics system' which resulted in a suprisingly good game. Like Final Fantasy XII, Final Fantasy Tactics is set in the fictional fantasy kingdom called Ivalice.
With a legendary combat system and adorable graphics, this is one of the most played games like Final Fantasy tactics. It has anime-inspired characters and has turn-based battles. There is a lot to explore in the game as it has got various plots and unending quests.
Regarded by most as one of the finest works to come from Square, Final Fantasy Tactics is an OST that nobody should miss out on. Besides 3 or 4 Tracks, the entire OST is filled with fully orchestrated enhanced-MIDI music. There are no vocal tracks, but that's okay.
Final Fantasy Tactics was a very popular Strategy RPG for the PlayStation.It is credited for popularizing the Tactics sub-sub-genre, although contrary to popular belief, it was not the first Tactics-style game. A SNES game, Tactics Ogre: Let Us Cling Together was the first tactics RPG, though it was not released outside of Japan at the time, until it was ported to the PlayStation years later.
Final Fantasy Tactics. From Before I Play. Jump to navigation Jump to search. The PSP's translation is better, but the PS1's has more character. Which version you play is mostly up to preference. Some classes and items are renamed in the PSP version to better suit current Final Fantasy standards.