Posts Tagged ‘Final Fantasy Tactics: War of the Lions’

Mass Media 08/11/11

Finally, some decent weather for a change. And just in time for summer to start winding down. Yeah, go figure. Anyway, got some media for you: Final Fantasy Legends, Final Fantasy Tactics iOS, Growlanser 4: Overload, and Legend of Edda. Continue reading ‘Mass Media 08/11/11’ »

FF Tactics iOS Port Approved for Release

Apple has just approved the iOS adaptation of Final Fantasy Tactics: War of the Lions. Originally scheduled for a September 15 release last year, it was since pushed back pending said approval. Tactics will hit the App Store this Thursday, August 4, pricing at $15.99 US.

Source: 1UP

Final Fantasy Tactics iOS Held Back

By way of their Facebook page, Square Enix has announced and apologized for a delayed release of Final Fantasy Tactics: War of the Lions for iOS. Originally set for a late June release, the port is now expected to launch sometime this month, though an exact date was not given.

Assistant producer Shiina offered a short Q&A session as recompense. Among other things, it was revealed that the iPad version will follow one month after the iPhone. 3G and multiplayer are not supported, but an autosave function has been added and will kick in if you’re interrupted by a phone call. Slowdown has also been addressed, which will be evident in a future trailer.

iPhone Users, Get Your Final Fantasy Tactics On This Fall

One of the understated bits of E3 news was the announcement of an iPhone port for Final Fantasy Tactics: War of the Lions, the PSP re-release of the original Tactics. Square Enix has just announced that the title will be available via the App Store on September 15, though no price has been set.

Source: 1UP

Square Enix Announces Classic Titles for iPhone

Square Enix’s support of the iPhone continues unabated, as the company announces the release of two classic games for the App Store. The first, Final Fantasy Tactics, is actually a release of the updated PSP version, and has a projected release date of September 15th. The second is Secret of Mana, the classic multiplayer Super NES title, which unfortunately has no release date as of yet.