FINAL FANTASY TACTICS: THE WAR OF THE LIONS
By SQUARE ENIX INC
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All of the game's unit graphics have been redrawn in high-resolution. Don't miss this chance to play the sharpest, most beautiful FINAL FANTASY TACTICS yet!
■Improved Draw Speeds
The graphic drawing processes have been optimized for mobile devices. Say goodbye to choppy motion and crash bugs, and play with the quickest, smoothest abilities effects and animations to date!
A save slot which allows game data to be saved to iCloud has been added. It is now possible to migrate game data across multiple devices.
■ Important information
Your auto-save data will be erased when you update. Please use the normal save function before performing the update.
-Supports iPhone 3GS, iPod touch 3rd generation and later devices. For the best experience, play on iPhone 4, iPod touch 4th generation or later devices.
-Runs on iOS 4.0 or later.
-This app is for iPhone, so may not work correctly when played on iPad.
The following features have been added:
- Added ability to skip cut scenes.
- Other minor bug fixes.
The following updates are planned in order to further improve your enjoyment:
- Higher resolution unit character graphics.
- Added ability to fast-forward battle scenes.
Final Fantasy Tactics: The War of the Lions has arrived for iPhone/iPod touch!
Released as the Final Fantasy series' first tactical RPG in 1997, Final Fantasy Tactics on Playstation went on to sell over 2.4 million copies worldwide. The game grew in popularity upon its re-release in 2007 as Final Fantasy Tactics: The War of the Lions for the PSP with added features such as new movies, scenarios and Jobs.
Now, in 2011 the game has finally arrived for the iPhone/iPod touch! You can enjoy the game whose story gave life to the world of Ivalice, and whose high strategy battles bring tactical games to a whole new level.
- Intuitive Touch Screen Controls
The complex tactical game can be effortlessly and intuitively controlled by simply tapping units and menus. Gone is the old method of switching fixed map views - you can now rotate, move and change the size of maps as you please by sliding and pinching.
- Improved Loading Times
Loading times have been improved to get you into the action quicker than ever. What's more, you can even skip certain cut scenes.
What's New in Version 1.2.0
- Graphics have been enhanced for high-resolution displays.
- The speed of graphic drawing processes has been significantly improved.
- iCloud support has been added.
Impressive port but with some gripes.
I've been a Final Fantasy fan for awhile now and I thought that, since I had played this on my PSX, why not get this on my IOS device. Let me just say this, if strategy and RPGs are your thing, then you will enjoy this so much. You might not even depart from your phone. I found myself playing for at least two hours. There some inconveniences that isn't game breaking but you will have to get used to. Like experienced a glitch where after the first cut-scene, some of the sound from that cut-scene was still playing well after the scene was over. I actually restarted the game and it has not happened again. I assume for Iphone 5 users, you will have to adapt to the HD bars on each side. I wish they'd update that but I really don't mind. Next, if you have big hands (I have sort of a medium sized hand) you'll have a bit of trouble. Trust me, a game as Final Fantasy Tactics, each action and move counts towards your victory. If you just so happened to hit something you don't want, it could cost you the battle so you'll have to adapt someone way to that. Those were the only things I could find that weren't even annoying to me but could still catch the attention of players. Overall, this definitely worth your money and I stress, THIS IS NOT AN APP. This is a full blown game with a very excellent story full of mature tells and such. You'll enjoy it nonetheless.
I'm going to go ahead and say that 4 stars is the most honest rating you can give this port of the game. The last time I played this, the speed of the game was fine, just the ability animations took so long to hit, I could rob a bank and still wouldn't finish (sarcasm) Not to mention the sounds that didn't accompany it at all, I was glad to uninstall it. When a new update came out, I thought that SE fixed it. They did not. All they did was increase the speed of the game overall. They couldn't bother to fix the PSP version, why would they fix this one thoroughly? Even though I like the port of Final Fantasy Tactics TWOL, and how they went in depth with the story, I can't give them a very high rating. I know that they still have like thousands of FF4 remakes to do, but come on. This is one of the darkest games they ever made/published, yet they still ignore it. I hope they become better in the future, and have an open ear to their western fans, because a lot of them complain about the right things. I am looking forward to FFXV and Kingdom Hearts III, I just hope they didn't lose their touch with console games. Also, stop complaining about the game not being optimized for the iPhone 5, there are a lot more things to complain about, and screen optimization is not one of them.
Good at its core, but has issues
I got this game because I loved both FFTA and FFTA2, and I knew from the start it would be a much different experience due to the lack of "advanced at the end. At first I really hated the controls on the iPhone, but as I played through the game further I learned how to manage them efficiently so they were no longer a problem at all. While the storyline was a bit subpar, my real complaint is with the characters function in battle. The only characters which often used moves other than default attack were the mages and a few really OP storyline characters. It definitely didn't feel as intense as other games in combat when all I was doing was spamming the same thing over and over. And by far the worst part of my experience with this game was the end of the storyline. The story's ending itself was fine, but after you've watched the last cutscene, you can only reload your game into the middle of the last bossfight. In order to find the last few optional characters and see all of the side-plots the story has to offer, I'd have to start an entirely new game and play through the same first 50 hours or so of using deffault attack. No thank you. If you're interested in this game, you should get FFTA2 instead.
- Category: Games
- Updated: Jun 05, 2013
- Version: 1.2.0
- Size: 508 MB
- Language: English
- Seller: SQUARE ENIX Co., Ltd.
- © （C）1997, 2007,2011 SQUARE ENIX CO.,LTD. All Rights Reserved.
Compatibility: Requires iOS 4.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.