Gamer 2.0 reviews Final Fantasy Tactics A2: Grimoire of the Rift

Gamer 2.0 reports:

''Square Enix's most popular setting in its infamous Final Fantasy games is perhaps the world of Ivalice. Ivalice combines the popular and oftentimes overused medieval look with a mystical feel in its characters that inhabit the land as well as the many forests and meadows used as a battlefield. Now, players can journey back to Ivalice in Final Fantasy Tactics A2: Grimoire of the Rift for the DS, the successor to the overly addictive Final Fantasy Tactics Advance.

The game puts you in the role of Luso Clemens, a youth that unfortunately has to stay late in detention during the last day of school. Being the curious boy Luso is, he takes a look at a mysterious book at a nearby desk and examines its contents. To his dismay, only the first page in the book has anything written on it. After reading it out loud, he is then sucked into a world unfamiliar to him-the world of Ivalice. Unfortunately, we find Luso surrounded by enemies, but a clan of mercenaries under the leadership of a creature named Cid comes to his aid and with nothing else to do, Luso joins his clan in hope of finding a way back home.

Whenever something significant happens to Luso after each battle he and his clan triumphs, a summary of what happens is written into his storybook journal. Luso later finds out that when the book is filled, the path back home will continue to become clearer. So to keep things simple, his battles with the clan is what will really get him back home.''

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