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Final Fantasy XIII-2 Review

Square-Enix's new RPG looks to redeem the developer's good name following two disappointing outings for their legendary franchise. But is this apology letter to fans sincere? Read More

Vito Gesualdi Feb 11, 2012 | Comments
X-Com Creator Making 3DS Launch Game

X-Com Creator Making 3DS Launch Game

It's not often that the creator of a fabled PC strategy franchise announces a major launch game for an experimental new handheld system in the comments section of an online article, but who's going to complain when it happens? A commenter on Gamasutra's article "Putting the XCOM in XCOM" who claims to be Julian Gollop, one of the designers behind the original X-Com, recently revealed that he's developing "a turn-based tactical RPG which will be a 3DS launch title." "Turn-based tactical RPG" sounds a lot like what the original X-Com series was, before 2K decided to reboot it as a first person shooter, that is. Could Gollop's new game be a new title in the proper X-Com series? Hit the jump to find out. Read More

kombo Aug 16, 2010 | Comments
Final Fantasy Tactics Advance 2 Dated

Final Fantasy Tactics Advance 2 Dated

Square Enix announced today that the latest entry in the Final Fantasy Tactics series, Final Fantasy Tactics A2: Grimoire of the Rift is set to release on June 24, 2008. School is out for the summer, but mischievous Luso Clemens must first face detention to make up for his misbehavior. Alone in the library, he stumbles upon an ancient book with magical powers that summons him to the mystical land of Ivalice. Warped into the middle of a battlefield, Luso joins Cid and his clan to set off on an adventurous journey looking for a way home. This title will act as a direct sequel to the hit GBA title Final Fantasy Tactics Advance, and looks to capture the addictive gameplay that has become synonymous with the series. Final Fantasy A2: Grimoire of the Rift will introduce newcomers to an engaging turn-based, grid-oriented battle system as they make new discoveries alongside the hero in this lighthearted adventure. Long-time fans will enjoy exciting new content and enhancements, including polished game mechanics, intuitive stylus control, and new jobs and classes. "Final Fantasy Tactics A2: Grimoire of the Rift makes the tactical RPG genre accessible to fans who may be unfamiliar with the grid-based battle system," said Director Yuichi Murasawa. "While maintaining the classic functionality of the much-loved gameplay, this newest release boasts upgrades that enable a more engrossing and fulfilling tactical RPG experience." Read More

kombo Mar 19, 2008 | Comments