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Hironobu Sakaguchi Brings Terra Battle to Mobile Platforms on October 9th
An interesting tactical role-playing game from the creator of Final Fantasy.
10.04.14 - 3:13 PM

We've been hearing a lot of buzz around Terra Battle, the latest game from Mistwalker (makers of Lost Odyssey and The Last Story). Terra Battle is a tactical role-playing game with some unique twists. You can freely move characters around the battlefield, but you only have a limited about of time to do so. The game is a free-to-play title, with Mistwalker planning to bring additional content at a rapid pace. Should the game reach two million downloads, director Hironobu Sakaguchi will bring Terra Battle to consoles.

Check out the video above for some insight into the battle system. Terra Battle releases on iOS and Android stores on October 9th.


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