[Updates from Version 2.0.0]
- iCloud Save Data Compatibility
iCloud save data from ver. 1.2.0 and older versions is incompatible with ver. 2.0.0 and later versions. Please save the game using the in-game save feature before updating to ver. 2.0.0 or later versions. Please note that iCloud save data from ver. 2.0.0 onward will be compatible with ver. 2.1.0 and later updates.
- Quick Save Warning
Due to changes to OS features, Quick Save cannot be performed in battles.
We apologize for the inconvenience and thank you for your patience and understanding.
[Other Important Notifications]
- Quick Save (auto-save) data is erased when the game is updated. Please use the in-game save feature before updating to the latest version.
- The app requires a fair amount of memory and may not load while other apps are running. If the app does not load, please close all other apps and try again.
All of the game's unit graphics have been redrawn in high-resolution. Don't miss this chance to play the sharpest, most beautiful FINAL FANTASY TACTICS yet!
■Improved Draw Speeds
The graphic drawing processes have been optimized for mobile devices. Say goodbye to choppy motion and crash bugs, and play with the quickest, smoothest abilities effects and animations to date!
A save slot which allows game data to be saved to iCloud has been added. It is now possible to migrate game data across multiple devices.
Final Fantasy Tactics: The War of the Lions has arrived for iPhone/iPod touch!
Released as the Final Fantasy series' first tactical RPG in 1997, Final Fantasy Tactics on Playstation went on to sell over 2.4 million copies worldwide. The game grew in popularity upon its re-release in 2007 as Final Fantasy Tactics: The War of the Lions for the PSP with added features such as new movies, scenarios and Jobs.
Now, in 2011 the game has finally arrived for the iPhone/iPod touch! You can enjoy the game whose story gave life to the world of Ivalice, and whose high strategy battles bring tactical games to a whole new level.
- Intuitive Touch Screen Controls
The complex tactical game can be effortlessly and intuitively controlled by simply tapping units and menus. Gone is the old method of switching fixed map views - you can now rotate, move and change the size of maps as you please by sliding and pinching.
- Improved Loading Times
Loading times have been improved to get you into the action quicker than ever. What's more, you can even skip certain cut scenes.
Fixed a bug.
Thank you for updating to 64bit iOS 11 compatibility!!
Thank you Square Enix for the timely update. I have raised my rating from 1-4 stars!! Quick save was awesome, if that can be fixed too, all the way up to 5 stars~ I was really worried that you'd have a more "business minded" approach to fixing this game if at all. Kudos for you for making the customer/gamer first. :)
My previous review is below:
This game is great and I love coming back to it time and time again... but if it is not updated to 64bit, in the next iOS update whether it's iOS 10.3.2 or 11 we will not be able to continue playing. Please don't release a whole new version and make us pay for it again too. This game was expensive as it is. Release an update, fix some bugs and my rating will go back up to 5 stars. Square-Enix, you're now able to respond. It would be great to hear if you'll be continuing to support this amazing game. Please don't leave your die hard fans in the dust.
This was my favorite on PS1
I waited and waited for it to come down in price because it was my favorite ps game and I lost the disc. I agree with people who complain that it’s not optimized for the iPhone. I don’t have an iPad and it is a bit small for me to read on my phone. That seems like an easy fix via settings. But you cannot change the font size. I’m also not a huge fan of the touch controls as they are so small I often hit the wrong thing and that can be frustrating. But my biggest issue is that the enemies’ battle speed is way too fast for me to follow. There is no way to slow it down. I would upgrade my rating if we could adjust that in the settings because I like to see what’s happening on the battlefield. If you liked the original, you’ll like this port, and these little annoyances will probably not bother you. However, I can’t give this beloved game more than 3 stars due to the difficulty in playing due to the things I mentioned. On sale, it’s ok—I wouldn’t pay $14 for it.
Hands down, one of my favorite FF games and it still holds up. Touch screen control very good, although I’ll grant that sometimes it’s not perfectly precise but I don’t think that’s to do with the game but more the nature of touchscreen control in general. I would definitely advise anyone with thick fingers to use a stylus. The only thing that keeps me from giving this a five star review is a glitch with the Belias Tor map. Every now and again, you’ll be faced with fighting a large pack of chocobos and without fail the instant I input an action after moving a unit, the game crashes. Also the auto save system is a little weird. It’s been a saving grace when a fight goes pear shaped but I’m not a fan of being given the option to start a paused game when returning to a saved game because the paused game is always in a state before the hard save and that’s messed me up a few times before I understood what was up.