History Videogame / FinalFantasyTactics

28th May '16 10:01:20 PM nombretomado
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* BlindIdiotTranslation: In the PS1 version, while the translation is workable for Chapter 1 to Chapter 3 (beyond a few bits in item/ability descriptions), it falls completely apart in chapter 4. The tutorial given by Professor Daravon is also notoriously poor in its translation, which make ''no'' sense whatsoever, and fails to teach you anything about the game.

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* BlindIdiotTranslation: In the PS1 [=PS1=] version, while the translation is workable for Chapter 1 to Chapter 3 (beyond a few bits in item/ability descriptions), it falls completely apart in chapter 4. The tutorial given by Professor Daravon is also notoriously poor in its translation, which make ''no'' sense whatsoever, and fails to teach you anything about the game.



* InconsistentDub: White Mage and Black Mage are known as "Priest" and "Wizard" in the PS1 version, but are called White Mage and Black Mage in attract mode. More famously, Altima/Ultima both getting used in the same scene.

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* InconsistentDub: White Mage and Black Mage are known as "Priest" and "Wizard" in the PS1 [=PS1=] version, but are called White Mage and Black Mage in attract mode. More famously, Altima/Ultima both getting used in the same scene.



*** In the PS1 version, the same character also causes a reverse Wutai theft - when you beat him, you get whatever he was equipped with at the beginning of the battle. If you stole everything during the fight, it magically doubles.

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*** In the PS1 [=PS1=] version, the same character also causes a reverse Wutai theft - when you beat him, you get whatever he was equipped with at the beginning of the battle. If you stole everything during the fight, it magically doubles.
28th May '16 10:01:09 PM nombretomado
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It has been re-released four times. The first was on the {{PS1}}'s "Greatest Hits" line, though it still remains hard to find for that console. The next two were for the UsefulNotes/PlaystationPortable: first as the VideoGameRemake ''Final Fantasy Tactics: War of the Lions'', then via the [=PlayStation=] Store in a straight port (which oddly enough, does not encounter slowdowns in places ''War of the Lions'' does). Finally, ''[=WotL=]'' was (re-)re-released for [[IOSGames iOS]] and [[AndroidGames Android]].

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It has been re-released four times. The first was on the {{PS1}}'s UsefulNotes/{{PS1}}'s "Greatest Hits" line, though it still remains hard to find for that console. The next two were for the UsefulNotes/PlaystationPortable: first as the VideoGameRemake ''Final Fantasy Tactics: War of the Lions'', then via the [=PlayStation=] Store in a straight port (which oddly enough, does not encounter slowdowns in places ''War of the Lions'' does). Finally, ''[=WotL=]'' was (re-)re-released for [[IOSGames iOS]] and [[AndroidGames Android]].
28th May '16 11:56:10 AM nombretomado
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It has been re-released four times. The first was on the {{PS1}}'s "Greatest Hits" line, though it still remains hard to find for that console. The next two were for the UsefulNotes/PlaystationPortable: first as the VideoGameRemake ''Final Fantasy Tactics: War of the Lions'', then via the PlayStation Store in a straight port (which oddly enough, does not encounter slowdowns in places ''War of the Lions'' does). Finally, ''[=WotL=]'' was (re-)re-released for [[IOSGames iOS]] and [[AndroidGames Android]].

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It has been re-released four times. The first was on the {{PS1}}'s "Greatest Hits" line, though it still remains hard to find for that console. The next two were for the UsefulNotes/PlaystationPortable: first as the VideoGameRemake ''Final Fantasy Tactics: War of the Lions'', then via the PlayStation [=PlayStation=] Store in a straight port (which oddly enough, does not encounter slowdowns in places ''War of the Lions'' does). Finally, ''[=WotL=]'' was (re-)re-released for [[IOSGames iOS]] and [[AndroidGames Android]].



* CallingYourAttacks: Though you only actually ''see'' the incantations on-screen 10% of the time or so, every spell in the game and many other abilities have incantations that end in the spell's or move's name. Only the original {{PlayStation}} version has this, though, possibly because of the [[GratuitousEnglish Engrish]].

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* CallingYourAttacks: Though you only actually ''see'' the incantations on-screen 10% of the time or so, every spell in the game and many other abilities have incantations that end in the spell's or move's name. Only the original {{PlayStation}} UsefulNotes/PlayStation version has this, though, possibly because of the [[GratuitousEnglish Engrish]].
13th May '16 3:51:47 PM TheOneWhoTropes
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It has been re-released four times. The first was on the {{PS1}}'s "Greatest Hits" line, though it still remains hard to find for that console. The next two were for the PlaystationPortable: first as the VideoGameRemake ''Final Fantasy Tactics: War of the Lions'', then via the PlayStation Store in a straight port (which oddly enough, does not encounter slowdowns in places ''War of the Lions'' does). Finally, ''[=WotL=]'' was (re-)re-released for [[IOSGames iOS]] and [[AndroidGames Android]].

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It has been re-released four times. The first was on the {{PS1}}'s "Greatest Hits" line, though it still remains hard to find for that console. The next two were for the PlaystationPortable: UsefulNotes/PlaystationPortable: first as the VideoGameRemake ''Final Fantasy Tactics: War of the Lions'', then via the PlayStation Store in a straight port (which oddly enough, does not encounter slowdowns in places ''War of the Lions'' does). Finally, ''[=WotL=]'' was (re-)re-released for [[IOSGames iOS]] and [[AndroidGames Android]].
8th May '16 8:25:03 PM bugsniper
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It has been re-released four times. The first was on the {{PS1}}'s "Greatest Hits" line, though it still remains hard to find for that console. The next two were for the PlaystationPortable: first as the VideoGameRemake ''Final Fantasy Tactics: War of the Lions'', then via the PlayStation Store in a straight port (which oddly enough, does not encounter slowdowns in places ''War of the Lions'' does). Finally, ''[=WotL=]'' was (re-)re-released for [[IOSGames iOS]].

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It has been re-released four times. The first was on the {{PS1}}'s "Greatest Hits" line, though it still remains hard to find for that console. The next two were for the PlaystationPortable: first as the VideoGameRemake ''Final Fantasy Tactics: War of the Lions'', then via the PlayStation Store in a straight port (which oddly enough, does not encounter slowdowns in places ''War of the Lions'' does). Finally, ''[=WotL=]'' was (re-)re-released for [[IOSGames iOS]].
iOS]] and [[AndroidGames Android]].
2nd Mar '16 9:06:53 PM magnum12
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** WordOfGod via a tweet says that [[spoiler: Ramza and Alma did infact survive]].
24th Feb '16 5:24:11 PM Peridonyx
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* RealityWarper: The Time Mage's arsenal includes Haste, Slow, Stop, Don't Move, Float, Reflect, Quick, Demi, and Meteor, all of which manipulate physics in various ways.
14th Feb '16 2:54:20 PM Adept
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A GaidenGame entry into the [[RunningGag pants-twistingly popular]] ''Franchise/FinalFantasy'' series. It combined TurnBasedStrategy with a RolePlayingGame, and is the first game in the series to take place in the world of [[Franchise/IvaliceAlliance Ivalice]]. Due to the immense resemblance and many developers shared between the two series, particularly YasumiMatsuno, the game is often seen as a SpiritualSuccessor to ''VideoGame/TacticsOgre''.

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A GaidenGame entry into the [[RunningGag pants-twistingly popular]] ''Franchise/FinalFantasy'' series. It combined TurnBasedStrategy with a RolePlayingGame, and is the first game in the series to take place in the world of [[Franchise/IvaliceAlliance Ivalice]]. Due to the immense resemblance and many developers shared between the two series, particularly YasumiMatsuno, Creator/YasumiMatsuno, the game is often seen as a SpiritualSuccessor to ''VideoGame/TacticsOgre''.
7th Feb '16 11:18:48 AM Triaxx2
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* ThatOneLevel: Finath River.
7th Feb '16 11:16:37 AM Triaxx2
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* ThatOneLevel: Finath River.
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