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.
Conclusion: In America, we’re just now getting the fine Final Fantasy Tactics: War of the Lions. In 1997, this was the game that introduced us to Ivalice (which is slowly becoming the common denominator between Final Fantasy games, thanks to the Ivalice Alliance).
Final Fantasy Tactics: The War Of The Lions Review
17 May 2008
Excerpt: First things first, Final Fantasy Tactics isn't for everyone. It's a slow, pondering tactical role-playing game with average gameplay graphics and a bemusing storyline. It's also rock hard at the beginning, and provides little or no guidance for newcomers.
Excerpt: Final Fantasy Tactics: The War of the Lions isn?t a straight port; there are a few tweaks and additions that make it feel like a modern game. New playable characters and new classes are offered.