For quite a while now, Final Fantasy has been considered as one of the best RPG games there is and the series is living up to that with the newest version which is Final Fantasy Tactics: War of the Lions. Plus, it would be a vindication for the PSP as it has had games in the past that have the same non-realistic design, and it looks like FF Tactics is going to be an exception.
Not forgetting to mention that for this game, you’ll be able to play two new character jobs: the Onion Knight and the Dark Knight. With the Onion Knight, you will be able to add to your strength while also compromising some of your other abilities. Meanwhile the Dark Knight will enable you to strike at your enemies and take magic points from them to increase your own. The second one is the Dark Knight, which permits you to whack your opponents; but if that isn’t enough, you can always steal magic points to add up to your own and it will surely be an asset to your game.
As for the intricate plot line in Final Fantasy Tactics: War of the Lions, it has raised the experience to a whole new arena, and everything else will go smoothly. Those other jobs included in the game are quite a challenge, taking you through various levels of gameplay and a staggering 60 battle maps to complete.
Final Fantasy Tactics is any RPG fan’s fantasy come true. To add more thrill to your gaming, you’ll have more character jobs which will take you various of levels to master; but in the end, it should pay off knowing that you have 60 battle maps to explore. Aside from the two mentioned above, you’d have more character jobs available in FF Tactics.
And if you have played previous games from the series before, you might recognize some of the characters that will be appearing in War of the Lions. You might recognize some of the characters in this game as some of them are returning for War of the Lions, such as Balthier from Final Fantasy XII and Luso from FF Tactics A2: The Sealed Grimoire.
The latest off of the Final Fantasy series takes RPG gaming beyond anything fans have expected from the popular classic. And although there were few who were saddened by the fact that this game is more of an expansion rather than a remake in itself, that is not entirely considered a flaw. This makes things even more interesting as it has taken its leap from the basic premises of the game and infusing more flavor to it. If it’s from Final Fantasy, you can be sure that it won’t disappoint!
When it comes to the technical aspect of the game, role-playing has never been this exciting. And though you might experience longer loading times at some points in the game, it’s not something to bother you at all. Meanwhile, the two-dimensional characters are sweet reminders of what there is to love about this game, and everything has just gotten better as the game turns portable. Plus, the action sequence and level of intensity just would not let up since the moment you draw that sword!
Also as a bonus feature, you can view mini-clips of important events during the game, making it possible for you to view when and how it all happened. The mini-clips were amazing, and because it was done by Akihiko Yoshida leaves nothing more to be said.
Because you can view some of the important events in this game – like the kidnapping of the princess, the memory of Ramza, Delita’s reed whistle and destructive explosion of Fprt Zeakenden – you have the luxury of setting them up however you want to play it, so that the actual game can be even more exciting. And because this game is too exciting to be played alone, now you get to share some gaming time with your friend. So you can tag your friends along to join you in your battle, or compete against them to see which one will prevail in the Final Fantasy world!