Welcome to the end of everyone’s favourite monthly gameathon, #JRPGJuly. Let’s see how folks finished out the month and if they were successful in completing their game of choice.
Tagged: Final Fantasy Tactics
July is passing quickly, so it’s already time for week 3 of #JRPGJuly. This week, the staff is building things in a Dragon Quest themed world, exploring Arland all over again, and fusing demons in SMT4: Apocalypse among many other games.
Welcome to week two of #JRPGJuly! We have some newcomers, as well as sentai rangers! The fun never stops when you are chasing wigs and scoring big.
The first week of #JRPGJuly is in the books. Let’s see how things are starting out for the RPGamer staff with their chosen games.
Sam Wachter has been behind on her RPGs these last two months. Let’s see where her progress is at, as we rewind and look back at September and October.
Patch 4.3 is now available for Final Fantasy XIV, giving players another opportunity to return to Ivalice. In addition, director Yasumi Matsuno showed off some concepts from the cancelled sequel to Final Fantasy Tactics.
For the first installment of Josh’s PSP Backlog Quest, he tackles Final Fantasy Tactics. Truly a beloved classic that nonetheless causes headaches for first time players.
Which side is the best to root for,
When talking of two Lions at war?
We’d ask Matsuno,
‘Cause he ought to know,
But he said the whole thing’d be a draw.
Round One – Fight!
I met a gin-soaked, bar-room queen in Ivalice, she tried to take me upstairs for a ride, she tried to heave me right across her shoulder, cause I just can’t seem to drink the quests off my mind. It’s the honky tonk tactics, gimme, gimme, gimme the honky tonk combat! Brown sugar? No, wrong song.
What do chocobos, 1559 words, and Captain No Pants have in common? They’re all in this review of Final Fantasy Tactics: The War of the Lions.
Tada, opinionry for you to disagree with.