App description: [Version 1.2.0]

Refined Graphics
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!

iCloud Support
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.


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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 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.

Echoseven's comments:




01-28-2015, 11:30 AM
Joined: Sep 2009
Location: Sweden
Posts: 2,846
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Originally Posted by bababewey View Post
I want to play. I want to love this. I have no idea what's going on. I've completed the tutorial 5 times in the past couple years, but find myself tuning out almost subconsciously every minute or so. I'm going to try again because I know that it's worth it. I'm not optimistic about the outcome.
The guide I linked in the post just above yours is the most comprehensive manual to the game I've ever found. It is no quick nor easy read, and it will not make the initial threshold less intimidating.

But once you've made your way through section III (Basic Mechanics and Tactics), FFT opens up, and what you then have on your device is one of the most rewarding, deep and varied turn-based strategy games ever made, in a very comprehensive, detailed and refreshingly distinct gaming world, with a powerful and compelling storyline, and 100+ hours of both play and replay value.

In summary: you'll be rewarded with months of unrivaled fun for those 15-25 minutes spent reading

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01-28-2015, 12:06 PM
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Originally Posted by Ayjona View Post
The guide I linked in the post just above yours is the most comprehensive manual to the game I've ever found. It is no quick nor easy read, and it will not make the initial threshold less intimidating.

But once you've made your way through section III (Basic Mechanics and Tactics), FFT opens up, and what you then have on your device is one of the most rewarding, deep and varied turn-based strategy games ever made, in a very comprehensive, detailed and refreshingly distinct gaming world, with a powerful and compelling storyline, and 100+ hours of both play and replay value.

In summary: you'll be rewarded with months of unrivaled fun for those 15-25 minutes spent reading
Awesome, thanks a lot.

01-28-2015, 04:02 PM
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Originally Posted by Ayjona View Post
This guide is the best written and most complete I've found for the War of the Lions edition so far.

The sheer immensity of the volume of the text might be daunting at first, but then... so is the game itself Making heads or tails of the guide itself might take some reading, but considering how much it helps to enjoy and master the game, it is worth every minute for most of us...

Step carefully, though. Spoilers abound. Jump past the actual walkthrough to avoid.
Good heads up, thanks for the guide!
01-28-2015, 08:15 PM
Joined: Oct 2009
Location: California
Posts: 913
This game cries out for native iPhone 6 Plus support.
01-28-2015, 09:42 PM
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Originally Posted by Ubisububi View Post
This game cries out for native iPhone 6 Plus support.
Not even TWEWY has been updated to iOS 8 ....
01-29-2015, 08:29 AM
Ugh, I just deleted it again. I don't know exactly what it is, but I just can't grasp the game. I love strategy RPGs, I've played most of the genre on the App Store and if someone were to describe FFT to me, I would be excited to play it. There is just something about the game that prevents me from getting past that first stage of familiarization. I think I've already talked myself into giving it 1 more try, maybe in the summer.
01-29-2015, 10:02 AM
Joined: Jul 2013
Location: 4th planet from the left
Posts: 942
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Originally Posted by bababewey View Post
Ugh, I just deleted it again. I don't know exactly what it is, but I just can't grasp the game. I love strategy RPGs, I've played most of the genre on the App Store and if someone were to describe FFT to me, I would be excited to play it. There is just something about the game that prevents me from getting past that first stage of familiarization. I think I've already talked myself into giving it 1 more try, maybe in the summer.
I feel the same way. No doubt it's an amazing game. But it has such a steep learning curve. Learning all of the abilities and combinations, and jobs, and etc... It just feels like work to me. I've owned this game on PS1 and now IOS. I keep telling myself someday.

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