- Publisher: Square Enix
- Release Date: Feb 17, 2012
- Summary: On the heels of its iPhone and iPod touch releases, Final Fantasy Tactics: The War of the Lions comes to the iPad!Final Fantasy Tactics was the first tactical RPG in the Final Fantasy series. Originally released on the PlayStation in 1997, the game has since gone on to sell over 1.3 millionOn the heels of its iPhone and iPod touch releases, Final Fantasy Tactics: The War of the Lions comes to the iPad!Final Fantasy Tactics was the first tactical RPG in the Final Fantasy series. Originally released on the PlayStation in 1997, the game has since gone on to sell over 1.3 million units in total. The PSP remake, "Final Fantasy Tactics: War of the Lions" was released to critical acclaim in 2007 featuring added cutscenes, expanded storylines, and new jobs.Now, in 2012, the battle continues on the iPad! Delve into deep strategic battle mechanics that feature tactical role-playing at its best and savor the story that put Ivalice on the map, all in their full glory on the iPad's screen.?Features- Intuitive touch panel controlsNavigating the complex tactical RPG landscape is as simple as tapping units and spaces. Setting up is quick and easy as well. No longer limited to the fixed isometric camera angles of the original, players now have total freedom to rotate the camera, slide around the field, and zoom in or out!- Reduced Wait TimesWait times have been sped up to keep players in the action. Cutscenes can also be skipped.- Optimized GraphicsThe game has been designed to fit just right on the iPad's screen.?Planned UpdatesHigher-res graphics for unit charactersBattle scene fast-forward featureEvent scene skip/fast-forward feature… Expand
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Games Master UKJun 26, 2013It is worth every penny for those unable to get their hands on a digital version for PS Vita. [Aug 2013, p.77]
Feb 27, 2012This iPad port, while long overdue, is superior to the iPhone version (primarily due to larger screen) and should be considered the preferred iOS experience (assuming you have an iPad 2). Second, while the iPad version makes improvements, it still doesn't match the feel of the original PSX version, which has yet to be duplicated on any platform.