For Allison – Final Fantasy Tactics releases

Because Final Fantasy Tactics is basically a rebranding of the Battle Ogre series, they must be listed together.

1993 Ogre Battle: The March of the Black Queen
by Quest
Super NES, PlayStation
This is the game that started the whole silly series, developed by independent company Quest!

1995 Tactics Ogre: Let Us Cling Together
by Quest
Super NES, PlayStation
After this release, several members of the Quest development team jumped ship for Squaresoft, where they worked on . . .

1997 Final Fantasy Tactics
by Square
PlayStation
Basically a Tactics Ogre game but with characters, settings, trappings, etc. from Final Fantasy.

1999 Ogre Battle 64: Person of Lordly Caliber
by Quest
Nintendo 64

2000 Ogre Battle: Legend of the Zenobia Prince
by Quest
NeoGeo Pocket Color
This one never dun come out outside of Japan so don’t try to git it.

2001 Tactics Ogre: The Knight of Lodis
by Quest
Game Boy Advance
After this game was relased, Quest was absorbed by Square. Many of the former Quest developers now work on the FF Tactics series.

2003 Final Fantasy Tactics Advance
by Squaresoft
Game Boy Advance
The game Allison loves.

2007 Final Fantasy Tactics: The War of the Lions
by Square Enix
PSP
An update of the original PS1 game.

2007 Final Fantasy Tactics A2
by Square Enix
Nintendo DS
The new game releasing stateside this month.

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3 responses to “For Allison – Final Fantasy Tactics releases

  1. how many have you played?

    here’s a hint: final fantasy tactics advance SUCKS A LOT.

    however… final fantasy tactics #1 is a lot of fun.

    i wanna play ogre battle. PROBABLY ON TOUR. blah blah

  2. Maybe someday I will play FFT1 and I will love it more than FFTA. But for now, FFTA is all I know. Side note, I like GBA better than DS. I might even like GB better than DS. Matt, make a list of DS games, please!

  3. I haven’t played any of them except for a few hours of FFTA. It was boooooooooring.

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