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Final Fantasy Tactics: The War of The Lions- PSP

Final Fantasy Tactics: The War of The Lions- PSP
alaScore 84

14 reviews

Oct, 2015

alaTest has collected and analyzed 14 reviews of Final Fantasy Tactics: The War of The Lions- PSP. The average rating for this product is 4.7/5, 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 84/100 = Very good quality.

Review analysis

(Based on 14 reviews)

Expert Reviews  

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Expert review by: Andrew "GamerDa... (

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


Final Fantasy Tactics: The War of the Lions is a remake -- a port in a way, and not a port of a recent game on another platform. It's a port of a game from 1998 (called simply: Final Fantasy Tactics). But given that the genre is strategy/RPG, you...

This review was based on a retail copy of the game purchased by the writer.

Jan, 2008

Expert review by: Brian Beck (

Final Fantasy Tactics: War of the Lions Review


The first time Final Fantasy Tactics rolled around, I didn't get into it. I was a much more impatient gamer at the time – I wanted things to move fast and I didn't want to have to try really hard to get into a game. Final Fantasy Tactics was definitely...

For anyone that is either waiting for a certain remake of another popular Strategy RPG, I can't recommend War of the Lions enough, especially if you missed Final Fantasy Tactics the first go round. Even if you didn't, you should still pick this up.

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: Chris Pickering (

Final Fantasy Tactics: The War of The Lions – PSP review


Spin-offs might be standard fare in the TV industry, but in the gaming realm they're a little less common. Not that that is particularly a sorry state of affairs – who really wants the gaming equivalent of "Joey" after all? The Final Fantasy Tactics...

Gripping tactical gameplay, stunning narrative, gorgeous looks

Can be daunting to the newbie, wickedly complex

Final Fantasy comes to the PSP, and we’re glad it did. An absolutely essential buy for any PSP owner craving a lengthy challenge

Oct, 2007

Expert review by: David McComb (

Final Fantasy Tactics: The War Of The Lions (2007)


For the vast majority of British gamers, War Of The Lions is the first time they’ve have the chance to enjoy this epic spin-off from the Final Fantasy franchise. But even if you were one of the few fanboys who bought the game on import or squandered...

Oct, 2007

Consumer review by: leeandnikki (

final fantasy tactics - the war of the lions


one of the reasons i chose a psp over a Nintendo ds is wanting to play this game. i am a huge final fantasy fan and was really excited about the war of the lions when it was released. now i have got the game i have never ever been so disappointed in my...

Apr, 2009

Consumer review by: celinanunes (

60 Hours Encounting


I loved Final Fantasy tactics on the PS1, this version is truly amazing. If you haven't played a final fantasy tactics game before, its not about graphics or action. The game is isometric and is turn based, being made by Ivalice alliance all of the...

Jan, 2008

Consumer review by: Nicola Morrissey (

Truly amasing


Who thought you could improve a classic by making a sequal. Well this game slaughters the GBA version and is an epic game. The storyline is confusing at first but very in depth and amasing. If you liked the GBA tactical fighting, its back again in this...

Nov, 2007