Final Fantasy Tactics headed for the PSP

Final Fantasy Tactics for the PSPJapanese manga magazine “Shonen Jump” has just announced that Square Enix‘s Final Fantasy Tactics will be making its way to the Sony PSP.

Titled Final Fantasy Tactics: The Lion War, the game will apparently be a port of the original FFT (the one with Ramza and the ever-unbalancing Thunder God Cidoflas Orlandu!) with a couple of new jobs added in, including the Onion Knight job class from Final Fantasy III. The game will also feature all-new cel-shaded FMVs and cutscenes.

Word has also been going around that FFT: The Lion War will be the second a set of games from Square Enix called Ivalice Alliance, with Final Fantasy XII: Revenant Wings being the first. Final Fantasy Tactics A2: The Sealed Grimoire is supposed to be the third game in the series, but details on this title are still scarce. We’re guessing this one’s headed for the DS and GBA, though, because of the “A” (most likely stands for Advance).

Keep checking back here on QJ for more info. Kudos to Strangler for the heads-up.

Via Jeux-France

Final Fantasy Tactics for the PSPJapanese manga magazine “Shonen Jump” has just announced that Square Enix‘s Final Fantasy Tactics will be making its way to the Sony PSP.

Titled Final Fantasy Tactics: The Lion War, the game will apparently be a port of the original FFT (the one with Ramza and the ever-unbalancing Thunder God Cidoflas Orlandu!) with a couple of new jobs added in, including the Onion Knight job class from Final Fantasy III. The game will also feature all-new cel-shaded FMVs and cutscenes.

Word has also been going around that FFT: The Lion War will be the second a set of games from Square Enix called Ivalice Alliance, with Final Fantasy XII: Revenant Wings being the first. Final Fantasy Tactics A2: The Sealed Grimoire is supposed to be the third game in the series, but details on this title are still scarce. We’re guessing this one’s headed for the DS and GBA, though, because of the “A” (most likely stands for Advance).

Keep checking back here on QJ for more info. Kudos to Strangler for the heads-up.

Via Jeux-France

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