Final Fantasy Tactics comes to the iPad, bringing time killing to a whole new level

Final Fantasy Tactics comes to the iPad, bringing time killing to a whole new level
Already boasting tons of time-killing games, the iPhone was recently grace with beloved original PlayStation games in Final Fantasy Tactics back last summer – after experiencing several delays in the process. At that time, it was mentioned that an iPad version of the game was in the works, but after even more wait, it’s finally available for download in the App Store.

Yes, you heard that right folks, the turn-based role playing game with its isometric environments, is finally giving hardcore iPad gamers something to be happy about. With this this version though, it features some minor tweaks in the graphics department to give it some love to the iPad’s generous display. In addition, it also boasts intuitive controls to make it easier to navigate, and reduced wait times to get you right into the thick of battle.

Already, there are planned software updates to further refine the experience, such as higher-resolution graphics for unit characters, battle scene fast-forward feature, and event scene skip/fast-forward feature. Honestly, this game will get you sucked in thanks to its memorable story line about The War of the Lions. Needless to say, you’ll probably want to clear your calendar to make time for this one, seeing that you can invest a good amount of time playing it – like weeks or months.

So how much will you need to fork over to relive this classic game? Well, it’s actually $17.99, which is undoubtedly up there in terms of pricing for games on the iPad, but nonetheless, it’s warranted considering the amount of gameplay you’ll get out of it.

source: iTunes via IntoMobile


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