Final Fantasy Tactics, such an old game. It's been there since the first Play Station Console, the PS1. A great game for those who love using their minds, and directing battle. Much like chess. Graphics, not the best; but not totally down either. The game itself is very versatile, and the cutscenes' graphic are pretty impressive as well. The game is very addicting as a strategy gaming, really making you use your decisiveness and adaptability to help you win. The number of characters and classes are simply staggering, allowing you to use a myriad of skills and spells. The different scenes and areas to battle test your ability to compromise, allowing you to use the changing terrain to your advantage, or allow it to become a disadvantage. All in all, this classic game is still great, despite being past a decade old already. My suggestion? Play it. It'll satisfy your gaming desires for awhile.
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