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FF International Versions Review Update
10.06.08 - 8:22 PM

How typical: the Japanese get the penultimate version of all our favorite games.

Final Fantasy X International added some great subquests and allowed the gamer to listen to either language track (English or Japanese). Then, even bigger was Final Fantasy XII International Zodiac Job System. As the name implies, a more strict job system was put into place, and there were a variety of modes by which one could play and enjoy this fantastic game.

James Quentin Clark reviews these Japan-exclusive titles.

(I know that's slightly misleading. European gamers did get most of the benefits of FFX International...but that's besides the point!)

More to come from our man, James, in the near future. Keep your eyes glued to RPGFan for more!


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