RPGFan


Final Fantasy Tactics Advance Editor Reviews
10.02.03 - 6:18 PM

Considered by many to be one of the best strategy-RPGs ever released on the market, Final Fantasy Tactics made quite an impact when Square released it on the PlayStation back in January of 1998.

Now, over five years later, fans can return to play the second incarnation of the series in the form of Final Fantasy Tactics Advance for the Game Boy Advance. The anticipation for this release was great, and there are still many people that have yet to get their hands on it. But can the newest relative of the Final Fantasy Tactics family live up to its predecessor? Is this new Game Boy Advance release worth your time and money?

In an attempt to answer these questions, editors Mike Bracken and Robert Bogdanowicz have both written their own separate reviews of the title in an attempt to guide you. While their views on the game may be slightly different, both have strong opinions that ought to be considered before making your purchase.

To read their reviews, simply use the links found below.


Back
Brian Cavner





Featured Content
Final Fantasy Type-0 HD PC Review
Final Fantasy Type-0 HD
PC Review
PAX Prime 2015: Eon Altar Hands-On Preview
PAX Prime 2015: Eon Altar
Hands-On Preview
PAX Prime 2015: Shadowrun: Hong Kong Hands-On Preview
PAX Prime 2015: Shadowrun: Hong Kong
Hands-On Preview
Random Encounter Episode 4-2
Retro Encounter 4-2
Podcast
Before the Fall: Final Fantasy XIV OST Review
Before the Fall: Final Fantasy XIV OST
Review
Epanalepsis Review
Epanalepsis
Review
Until Dawn Review
Until Dawn
Review
RSS Feeds & More
Complete Feed
Reviews Feed
Media Feed
Random Encounter
Random on iTunes
Rhythm Encounter
Rhythm on iTunes