Final Fantasy Tactics is older than many of our kids at this point, but it is, without question, one of the best role playing games ever released. The game was brought into the modern era with an update entitled Final Fantasy Tactics: War of the Lions that was initially released for the Playstation Portable (PSP) which was then upgraded to HD a and adapted for touch controls on the iOS.
The game looks amazing. It includes hand drawn cut scenes, voice acting, and, sadly, a high price tag. But, that is less of an issue until June 12th because it is currently 50% off. It still comes in higher than most of the more popular iOS games, but it is well worth it for the experience.
Frankly, If you have a kid who is into role playing games, then this is all but required reading. Part of that is because this is one of the best stories to be released as a video game in the short history of the medium. But also because there aren’t very many chances to play turn based strategy games that have fueled the development of an entire genre.
To be clear, this game isn’t for “kids.” Final Fantasy Tactics: War of the Lions is a war game at its core. There may not be blood, but there it certainly violence. With that said, death in this game does often come with consequences. In many games dying is simple to fix with a potion or a feather. Final Fantasy Tactics doesn’t pull its punches. If one of your units dies in a fight and you don’t heal them, then they are gone for good. This might not make a difference for many people, but I think it is significant in a world were video games are often looked down upon for promoting death with no consequences.
The bottom line here is that if you have a teenager who is interested in role playing games then I would grab this game as quickly as possible. This is the best deal you are going to get.
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