Gaming Age: Final Fantasy Tactics A2: Grimoire of the Rift Review

Gaming Age writes: "Final Fantasy Tactics A2: Grimoire of the Rift marks the first follow up to the spin off Tactics Advance series that debuted on the Gameboy Advance a few years back. This time around, on new hardware, not a whole lot has changed in the visual and audio department, with the biggest addition being the inclusion of touch screen controls (that don't seem to work all that well), but the new gameplay additions and tweaks add a bit more fun to the series than the original game.

Just like the plot to the first game, this one revolves around a kid by the name of Luso who happens to fall thru the magical pages of an ancient book, and lands smack dab in the middle of the fictional Final Fantasy land of Ivalice, made popular in both the other Tactics games and the more recent Final Fantasy XII on PS2. Luso joins up with a clan, and adventures out to try and make his way back home, tackling 400 quests in the process, and a unlocking nearly 56 classes, each with their own particular skills, along the way."

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