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X-Play: Final Fantasy Tactics A2 Review

It feels so much more thoughtful than Final Fantasy Tactics, which simply gave players an exceedingly complex set of role-playing tools and forced them to figure it out for themselves. So, yes, there is a little bit of hand-holding going on here.

When you're going to play a game for dozens of hours, it's nice to feel like the game's designers care enough about you to stand by your side. That's a fair change from the original Final Fantasy Tactics a game that was perfectly happy to dump its hapless players in the desert to die.

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