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Submitted by triverse 826d ago | article

Today in History: January 28th, 1998- Final Fantasy Tactics is Released on the Playstation One

Triverse writes, "Final Fantasy Tactics was unique in the series as it was the first to step outside of the tried and true gameplay formula that had been in use for almost 10 titles at the time. FFT takes the series into the strategy realm, turn based strategy at that, something that was not wholly that popular, at least on consoles (sure on PC, it was a thriving contender against First Person Shooters). Final Fantasy VII did offer a short real time strategy level or two to handle so Square was obviously testing the waters, so to speak." (Retro)

Phil32  +   827d ago
One of my favorite PS1 games with probably my favorite soundtrack in gaming.

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