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Final Fantasy Tactics Advance

Final Fantasy Tactics Advance (GBA) game cover art
Platform: Game Boy Advance
Genre: RPG
Developer: Square Enix

Publisher
Region
Released
NA
09/08/2003
EU
10/24/2003
JP
02/14/2003
AU
10/??/2003

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Staff Reviews

Final Fantasy Tactics Advance review

Reviewed December 06, 2003

Jason Venter says: "What this means is that if you're willing to devote enough time to the effort, you can have a kickass warrior who isn't afraid to cast a healing spell every once in awhile. Of course, the downside to all of this is that while you're learning those killer mage skills, you're weak to physical attacks from enemies. Or while you're learning how to handle a sword, you're dumb as a post and can't use magic."
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Reader Reviews

Final Fantasy Tactics Advance review

Reviewed May 26, 2007

disco says: "Marche Radiuju has a problem. As the new kid in St. Ivalice, he is both shy and withdrawn from his fellow classmates. Instead of experiencing his childhood, he spends his time caring for his younger brother Doned, whose crippling illness has left him stuck in a wheelchair. Then there’s Marche’s friend Ritz, who is utterly insecure over her appearance (because having weird hair is so much worse than being handicapped for life). Lastly, there’s Mewt, a wimpy bully magnet with an alcoholic f..."
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Final Fantasy Tactics Advance review

Reviewed January 14, 2007

redemption says: "As sacrilegious as it may sound, Final Fantasy Tactics Advance falls flat on its face when it comes to delivering the epic storyline expected of any Final Fantasy title to date. But whereas the premise fails, FFTA makes up for it with a battle system that works... really well. In that sense, FFTA is an example of a game driven primarily by its gameplay, as opposed to its storyline. Although considerably overshadowed by its superior predecessor, Final Fantasy Tactics, FFTA still manages to do a t..."
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