Final Fantasy Tactics Greatest Hits: Prima's Official Strategy Guide Paperback – Jul 24 2001
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How do you follow up one of the most ambitious, anticipated, and successful video games of all time? With an equally ambitious game that has a unique look and feel, but remains true to its lineage. This is the story behind Final Fantasy Tactics, the new Sony Playstation game from Squaresoft. Following the epic role-playing game Final Fantasy VII, Final Fantasy Tactics focuses more on battles and strategies for winning them. This book, which is far more engaging than your average all-text strategy guide, can help you master each of the game's 70 battle maps, which are depicted in several full-color screen shots. Before getting into that, however, the guide goes to great lengths to explain the game's incredible depth and the many intricacies you'll have to learn in order to be successful. The latter portion of the book explains the differences between the game's 20 different job classes and provides a wealth of statistics on the many weapons and creatures that come into play. --This text refers to an alternate Paperback edition.
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All in all, I found the guide useful, and I would recommend it to anyone who wants to get everything possible out of the game. However, if you need the guide simply to get through the battles, well, maybe you should switch to another game, like Candy Land.
But you WILL need a stapler. Im not kidding. The binding is TERRIBLE! Everyone I know has had their book completely fall apart at the seam. Read the other reviews...you'll see.
But this IS an indispensible guide to one of my ALL time favorite games. The best game (in my humble opinion) to carry the name Final Fantasy. Thats saying ALOT. And this book is the only "official" strategy guide Ive found that didnt dissappoint me.
WHat is usefule, however, is some of the job descriptions and the other million details you want for a perfect file. However, be warned--there are many inaccuracies and errors. Besides, you usually find better information on the net anyhow.
Buy it if you're a die-hard FFT fan, too dumb to think of a good strategy, too lazy to bother yourself to think, or don't have internet access (then why are you here? hmm...). Otherwise, you don't really need color maps and fancy fonts, now do you?
Most recent customer reviews
Very Good Nobulaks.......om kotomou mato nu!!!! mamatai ko dogo?? patazon kui ziau doino... bantaton katatanak...Published on July 1 2005 by Brian
I got the stratagy guide almost the earliest day possible. I hope to do business with this person in the future.Published on June 20 2002
I wouldn't argue that this book is very useful. Without it, it will take me a lot longer to finish the game. However, I found that there are many mistakes. Read morePublished on Sept. 1 2001 by Amazon Customer
This strategy guide is great. It got me through all the spots I was stuck in easally. I recommend it to anyone who is having problems at gaining vicory over their enemies.Published on Aug. 16 2001
This is a great strategy guide with full-color, detailed maps for every battle. There are minor spelling mistakes and translation errors, but that is expected with every strategy... Read morePublished on Oct. 31 2000 by Jades Eternal
The book is great if you are an easy reader but the book is not that accurate on the move-find item movement ability it just gives you a set of coordinates and then you have to... Read morePublished on April 29 2000 by William
A very good guide. tells how to win every battle and says where all the hidden treasures are. but one thing about this guide is that it just falls apart. Read morePublished on March 24 2000 by Chris