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A Plot Analysis of a Seemingly Plot-less Game (Final Fantasy Tactics Advance)

Many games tend to throw together a plot that is worthy of a "passing" grade and focus mainly on gameplay. Final Fantasy Tactics Advance seems to be one of those games, but SlapStic.com writer "JB" takes a closer look in this plot analysis of the game, revealing that the happy-go-lucky main character was also possibly the villain. Details inside.

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Alexander Roy3424d ago

The only thing that bugged me about the whole plot is how they just switch the worlds at will after you "finished" the game (it goes on after that, though).
As far as I know, every Final Fantasy has it's own universe, but this game actually depicts Ivalice as a place from a (magic) book. Makes me wonder about all the others...