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Final Fantasy Tactics The War Of The Lions (PSP)

Final Fantasy Tactics The War Of The Lions (PSP)
alaScore 88

43 reviews

Jul, 2018

alaTest has collected and analyzed 43 reviews of Final Fantasy Tactics The War Of The Lions (PSP). The average rating for this product is 4.5/5, compared to an average rating of 3.8/5 for other PlayStation Portable Games (PSP) for all reviews.

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other PlayStation Portable Games (PSP) the Final Fantasy Tactics The War Of The Lions (PSP) is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 88/100 = Very good quality.

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Expert review by : Gabriel Jones (

Final Fantasy IV: The Complete Collection


A classic, a sequel, and a new chapter.

May, 2011

Expert review by : Nathan Grayson (

Final Fantasy Tactics: War of the Lions (PSP) Review


Turn-based tactical action in the world of Ivalice makes for a wonderfully addictive gameplay experience.

Nov, 2007

Expert review by : Mikey Dowling (

Final Fantasy Tactics: War of the Lions


Ten years ago, after Final Fantasy VII made America crazy for RPGs and all things named "Final Fantasy," the company then known as Squaresoft thought it would be a safe bet to foray into the tactical RPG genre with Final Fantasy Tactics. Driven by a...

All-in-all, this is the version of Final Fantasy Tactics to own. Even so much so as to say if you don't have a PSP, get one and this and you'll be satisfied. There are hours of gameplay in store and never a real dull moment. The game does have some...

Nov, 2007

Expert review by : DAVID WILLSON (

Final Fantasy Tactics: The War of the Lions


Final Fantasy Tactics: The War of the Lions is a remake (with some new content) of the PlayStation One's turn-based tactical game rooted in the well-known Final Fantasy universe. It's an enjoyable game, but only if you have patience, dedication and a...

In Final Fantasy Tactics: The War of the Lions, all dungeon crawling, sky ship flying and chocobo riding from the Final Fantasy series you may have known has been replaced with a series of turn-based melees on small battlefields. That is to say, you...

Oct, 2007


Expert review by : Patrick Joynt (

Final Fantasy Tactics: The War of The Lions


The best strategy RPG on the PSP, and quite a few other systems as well.

Great tactical gameplay; good widescreen conversion; mature storyline; rewarding multiplayer; nicely presented cut scenes

Limited camera; sound issues; no online play

Oct, 2007

Expert review by : Dan (

Final Fantasy Tactics: The War of the Lions


A few weeks ago I decided to finally buy myself a PSP. I've been reading all of the glowing reviews Eric was giving to the RPGs coming out for Sony's handheld and the Bundles they were offering at my local Gamestop were just too good to pass up. The...

Final Fantasy Tactics: The War of the Lions is a great release for the PSP and nearly justifies the purchase of the Sony handheld by itself. As I've said before, if you played FFT for the PSone, then you know what this game is all about, except now...

Expert review by : Wesley Yin-Poole (

Final Fantasy Tactics: The War Of The Lions


It might not have the best in-game graphics we've ever seen on the handheld, or the best multiplayer options, but few games have as much charm and tactical depth.

Addictive combat system ; Fantastic cut-scenes ; Massive depth

Tough for newcomers

Despite these flaws, FFT remains one of my favourite games on the PSP. It might not have the best in-game graphics we've ever seen on the handheld, or the best multiplayer options, but few games have as much charm and tactical depth. It might not be...

Nov, 2007

Expert review by : Simon Parkin (

Final Fantasy Tactics: The War of the Lions


The mane attraction on PSP

However, our eyes trailed not upwards but down onto the huge slabs of grey slate that divided the church floor into a neat grid system. In a flash, we were back in Ivalice, where for many, many hours we'd moved soldiers across similar criss-crossed...

Oct, 2007

Consumer review (

Simply incredible... Again.


This is one of the best games ever. Got twenty bucks and want one of the best RPG's ever for your PSP? Than buy this game.

This game is simply one of the best games ever. The entire game, from story, to gameplay; everything is amazing. There are even quite a few bonus quests that add a good amount of play time. I bought a PSP and this was the only game I needed for a few...

The game lags during animations such as spells and summons. This is very annoying and takes MANY hours to get used to. It's worth the sacrifice to play it portibly though. Also, some of the sounds are dumbed down from the PS1 version. If you never...

Nov, 2011

Consumer review (

A classic game revisited


FFT is high on my list of favorite Final Fantasy games. War of the Lions only renewed my passion for the game. If you haven't played this re-release, or are wondering if it is worth the price, go ahead and do yourself the favor and purchase. Having FFT...

The basic premise of FFT has remained unchanged in this remake. The addition of animated cutscenes with full english voice acting is a very welcome addition to the game. New characters and a couple of new job classes (i.e. Dark Knight) are pleasant...

FFT:WOL brought back memories of late nights playing the original on PS; however, the game slows down in the same exact places that it did on the original (i.e. summons and some magic spells). I love when something can be recreated to minor details,...

Sep, 2011

Product Specifications

Time's river flows unbroken through the ages. And in the rotten, myriad histories whirl. But how much of what they tell you are the truth? And how many truths are forever lost to the river's flow? In days now long past, the War of the Lions rent the land of Ivalice in two. And it is here that two young men of note first stepped onto history's stage. The first is a man named Delita Heiral, the hero who would draw the curtain on the War of the Lions, this dark act of Ivalice's history. The other, whose role is now forgotten, is a man by the name of Ramza Beoulve. Peer through the eyes of these two young men, and uncover the secrets that lie hidden within history's darkened folds. Sustained by Lord and Light, the twin-headed lion reigns over the kingdom of Ivalice. A year has passed since the loss of the Fifty Years' War. The prince, though but two years of age, has ascended the throne, his father having been claimed by sudden malady. Too young to rule, the prince requires a regent, who would be king in all but name. The queen's brother, Duke Larg, had seemed the obvious choice for the regency. However, fearing the influence such an appointment would give the queen, the Council refused to back him. Instead, they appoint the king's younger cousin, Duke Goltanna, as regent. Duke Goltanna and Duke Larg were both generals who had distinguished themselves during the Fifty Years' War. Duke Goltanna counts as ally the greater part of the aristocracy loyal to the Crown. However, the fallen nobility and free knights left in the aftermath of the Fifty Years


Elements:Role playing game (RPG) - console-style RPG
ESRB Rating:Teen (13+)
Max Number of Players:2
Online Play: Yes
PEGI Content Descriptors:Bad language / Violence
PEGI Rating:12+
USK Rating:Freigegeben ab 12 Jahren gem


Compatibility:Game console
Manufacturer:Square Enix
Model:The War Of The Lions
Packaged Quantity:1
Product Line:Final Fantasy Tactics


Package Type:Retail


Game Console Compatibility:Sony PlayStation Portable
License Category:Shrinkwrap
License Pricing:Standard
License Qty:1 user
License Type:Complete package
Subcategory:Games - role playing game (RPG)