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Game Boy Advance
Square Enix Co.
Square Enix Co.
UPC: 45496733377

Released: 9-01-03
Players: 1-2
Country Origin: EU
Exclusive: Yes

Game Genre:
Tactical RPG
Game Perspective:
Genre Non-Sport:
Medieval / Fantasy, Turn-based

Price Guide (USD):
Loose:  $10.95
Complete:  $19.98
New:  $55.00
Rarity:  3/10

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Final Fantasy Tactics Advance

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Rating: 9.4
(551 votes)
Plays: 106,718
Filesize: 7,307kb

Final Fantasy Tactics Advance Box Description

The fate of Ivalice is in your hands.

When Marche and his friends open an ancient magical tome, their town is transformed into the fantasy-filled kingdom Ivalice. Now, Marche must master the art of war if he has any hope of restoring his home. Guide Marche and his clan against countless foes in tactical combat and discover the wonders of Ivalice. How will you restore your town to normal? Do you even want to? The choice is yours alone...

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Final Fantasy Tactics Advance Review by: TheGameLegend - 8.2/10

Final Fantasy Tactics Advance - Square, dear old Square...
So, today begins my quest of becoming a reviewer on Vizzed and what better way to start it with Square's break through of a game which created a small little franchise on the original Final Fantasy series. Now, who am I to talk about the mighty Square? Just one of their customers, and like everybody knows, the customer is always right. Well, usually. Now, Final Fantasy, as we know it, is considered as a turn-based RPG, especially for the retros. I mean, apart from the newer Final Fantasy's (or is it Fantasies....? ._.) such as Final Fantasy XV, all of them are pretty much turn-based, strategic RPGs with the main role of fighting through hordes of monsters, taking XP from the said monsters to make you stronger and to level up and master new techniques which will aid you in your quest to save the world or kill everybody or whatever Square thinks of at the last minute. "Oh, how about this!" Says Square. "We get an RPG, make them move like pieces on a chessboard, give them special attacks to make it fun and allow the user to change 'Jobs' to make him learn even more techniques!" Oh wow, that's brilliant Square, I mean, are you positive that you're not mixing up Advance Wars with Final Fantasy? "Nope! This is totally original!" Yeah, I heard that the people who made Ogre tactics - Knight of Lodis said the same thing. "AND WE'LL BEGIN THE STORY WITH A KID GETTING TRANSPORTED INTO A MAGICAL WORLD! " ... You've out done yourself there Square. Now, onto the Review.

I give this game
8.2 out of 10.

It's not a bad game! Not bad at all, in fact, it was quite intriguing. Any who, let's just begin the review!

Graphics : Giving it an 8!

Did I have a problem with this games graphics? No, and I think Square also has no problem with the graphics as they used the same graphics for the original Final Fantasy Tactics for the PSX for Final Fantasy Tactics Advance for GBA. I mean, if you want to develop a game, please make sure that you don't use the same graphics for the sequel.... I guess it is a sequel? Correct me if I'm wrong. Anyways, the graphics were good for GBA, has a bit of polish and a bit of innovation on the side, but overall, it's just a plate filled with originality, and I'm saying originality in a bad way, not good. Yes, making a games graphics original is good, but it just can't be the same. I would do a Call of Duty joke here, but I think that's repetitive.......... That deserves a massive applause. Give me a reward for the best joke in Vizzed this instant!

Sound : Giving it a 7!

The sound really has its RPG element intertwined with the dominating music of exploration to the Happy-Go-Lucky stops at the bar to the Grab your Sword and Shield type of music as you begin your battle. But as I said in most games, sound is usually the very first thing that pushes you away from the game. The music is good, don't get me wrong! But I think if it keeps repeating the same tune over and over again, it deadens the game significantly. You can't really expect much music wise for retro consoles, the SEGA chant at the beginning of the Genesis version of Sonic the Hedgehog took 1/8th of the cartridge's space, and that's just an Intro.

Addictiveness? : Giving it a 7!

There are 4 types of games in the world. 
The game in which when it's over, it's over! Just complete the game already and throw it in the bin with the stash of unfinished Nachos, your old rusty keyboard and your pirated copy of Golden Axe - Beast Rider. The game in which you just play it again to get all the achievements. You know, you just wanna get everything before throwing it also in a bin. Or, if it's worthy enough, sell it. Another kind is the type of game in which you'd repeat in once you're bored, you know, just playing it for the LOLs and for the great banter around it, even though there actually isn't any banter at all. And finally, the type of game that pulls you in to win everything you can! Didn't get that X Ultra 2000 Beast Killing Blade of Fury? Grab your sword, hack 'n' slash until you get around 2 million coins and unlock that little wooden stick! This game, luckily, is the 3rd type of game that I described. You know, you keep it around in the drawer beneath your gaming set and take it out to play it for a few hours, just to have a bit of fun.

Story : I think it's time to insult Square in any way possible! Giving it a 8!

Let me just get a hold of the story before giving Square my personal banter! Boy called Marche Radiuju ( Or 'whatever you want his name to be' Radiuju) who is the new kid at the school known as St. Ivalice which is inside the town of Ivalice. Not cliche at all. Anyways, he befriends 2 kids in his new school, Ritz and Mewt who both have their own personal problems. Ritz's real hair color is white and she pretty much gets bullied for it, but her tomboy lifestyle does speak out for itself, Mewt is being bullied.... A lot. Mainly because he's incredibly small and, well, puny. Oh, and his dad is out of work.. Marche just fits the puzzle all together as he has a pretty rough-ish lifestyle. Being the new kid and having a handicapped brother really isn't great, is it? Anyways, all 3 of them, with Marche's brother, Doned (I think that's his name...), read a book which is ironically called Final Fantasy. Anyways, they get transported to the world of Final Fantasy in the country, not town, of Ivalice. Oh, and if that's not bad enough, Marche and his clan (Which he joins in with a Moogle called Montblanc) gets attacked by hordes of creatures of that place in which he must slay, Ritz has her own clan for some reason and Mewt becomes the prince of Ivalice. So, the story basically goes to say, Marche wants to go back home, so he has to destroy some crystals to break the rope between the fantasy world and the real world. Not confusing at all. Square isn't a bad company, but the story was so predictable that even my nephew, aged 3, could understand his mission before he even saw the crystals which control the world. "Hey guys, I'm the Square chairman, I've got a new idea for a Final Fantasy game! Let's just do the same thing we do for every game! Make it about 1 or a band of main characters who have to destroy something in order to get what they truly want in their life!!! Genius, isn't it?" No Square, it's what you do in every game. Give them a task, complete the task, guess what? You win! Now just free roam until you bore your brains out!

Depth : Giving it an 8!

The Final Fantasy series are always filled with depth. Even though the story is quite repetitive, it goes on to actually create such a dramatic atmosphere, filled with detail. Final Fantasy Tactics Advance? Well, it's not as deep as the other Final Fantasy's. Yes, it does make you feel emotional after seeing that all Mewt wants is to be happy, but that doesn't really give it depth! Good story does not equal perfect depth, but it did go deep enough for a younger age RPG.

Difficulty? : 7. Just 7.

If you've read my reviews before, you must have seen how in Pokemon Mystery Dungeon : Red Rescue Team I did not save my game and I am not the type of person who saves the game whilst they're enjoying it. So, I did the exact same thing with FFTA and guess what happened? Marche died at the very first few missions, game over. I had to flip my keyboard like one of those memes, fury and outrage controlled me. But, hey! That's what you get when you don't save! See, I said the very FIRST few missions, your characters have low HP but pretty strong attacks for a person just starting off. It did tick me off that missions could get annoying with the incredible amount of huge monsters who have attacks with 1-hit KO's but luckily, I always have a white mage by my side. Anyways, the difficulty in this game slightly moves it on the right, between a Core game and a Hardcore game. Basically, if there was a scale from 1 to 10, 1 being casual and 10 being hardcore, this'll easily get a 5. Maybe a 6 if the game annoyed you that much.

Well, that's it for my review! Overall, I'd say the 8.2 out of 10 is a fair review! This game wasn't perfect but it wasn't far from reaching perfection! It's a good game for people who like a bit of plot and just want to power-up before moving to the next part of the story, just in case of not saving and death... Legit, I had 1 mission, fighting 4 Dragon-like monsters, they insta-killed my whole clan, had to restart the whole game AGAIN! -.- Trust me, this game will annoy you in certain times!

Anyways, please give me a comment of how good I did for my review! Criticize me if you want! This is the first time I've done a review in about a year and I've finally learnt from my mistakes! If you like the review, give me a 5 star rating! My quest to becoming a Trusted member or an Elite will never end!

Thanks, and be sure to follow me and get updated on my next reviews! Anyways, time to go play some more retros! ^.^

  Graphics 8   Sound 7   Addictive 7   Depth 8   Story 8   Difficulty 7

Final Fantasy Tactics Advance Game Description

Marche and a few friends are out on a usual venture through their local town, St. Ivalice, only to discover a book filled with fantasy and magic. Setting their mind to the thoughts of a magical land, they get transported to the world of Ivalice, which happens to be based on one of the friends' favourite games, Final Fantasy. Finding himself alone, Marche must join a clan of warriors and travel through this new land of mystery to find his lost friends, and return to the real world, while learning all about this new place and the magic it holds. Not a direct sequel to Final Fantasy Tactics, FFTA combines the many elements of the tactical original with a slightly modern feel, and an original storyline for the GBA. As a clan leader, you must manage your team (from their combat skills and inventory to each and every battle you face). Both your basic handheld weapons and magic are available to you, with the ability to summon monsters for support.

Final Fantasy Tactics Advance Reviews

Overall 9.4    Graphics 8.2    Sound 7.7    Addictive 8.7    Story 8.5    Depth 8.1    Difficulty 5.9

Ivalice- A new tale!   Jimmityjam
Final Fantasy Tactics Advance is a top-down strategy based game with few things that make it special...
  Graphics 8   Sound 9   Addictive 7   Story 6   Depth 8   Difficulty 6

      Review Rating: 4.3/5     Submitted: 04-09-12     Updated: 04-10-12     Review Replies: 4

Something TOTALLY different...   steel_attacker
Final Fantasy Tactics Advance really is full of surprises. To be honest, I HATE both Final Fantasy g...
  Graphics 8   Sound 8   Addictive 9   Story 9   Depth 9   Difficulty 7

      Review Rating: 4.1/5     Submitted: 10-02-14     Review Replies: 7

Final Fantasy Tactics Advance   greyson
By my gameplay opinion this was the best final fantasy yet that I have seen. Some enemies were old s...
  Graphics 7   Sound 7   Addictive 9   Story 9   Depth 8   Difficulty 8

      Review Rating: 4/5     Submitted: 06-14-12     Review Replies: 1

Final Fantasy Tactics Advance Review   Marcmoney
Overall - 9 Final Fantasy Tactics Advance is an awesome game to play.  It is related to Fire...
  Graphics 9   Sound 9   Addictive 7   Story 10   Depth 8   Difficulty 5

      Review Rating: 3.9/5     Submitted: 07-25-11     Updated: 09-16-11     Review Replies: 0

Final Fantasy Tactics Advance - Square, dear old Square...   TheGameLegend
So, today begins my quest of becoming a reviewer on Vizzed and what better way to start it with Squa...
  Graphics 8   Sound 7   Addictive 7   Story 8   Depth 8   Difficulty 7

      Review Rating: 3.5/5     Submitted: 01-19-15     Updated: 01-19-15     Review Replies: 5

Zan's FFTA Review   zanthehero
Game Description:    Final Fantasy Tactics Advance is a turn based strategy RPG. It start...
  Graphics 9   Sound 7   Addictive 9   Story 9   Depth 9   Difficulty 3

      Review Rating: 3.3/5     Submitted: 06-20-13     Review Replies: 2

Final Fantasy Tactics   Ciaron12
Final Fantasy Tactics Advance Review Overall - 7 Final Fantasy Tactics Advance is an interesting ga...
  Graphics 9   Sound 6   Addictive 7   Story 8   Depth 6   Difficulty 6

      Review Rating: 3.3/5     Submitted: 09-09-13     Review Replies: 2

Awsome game!   Ddeltafox
Now you see this is a Turn-Baced RPG where you can get paople to help aid your quest in your own hom...
  Graphics 9   Sound 7   Addictive 10   Story 7   Depth 7   Difficulty 6

      Review Rating: 3.2/5     Submitted: 04-02-11     Updated: 04-27-11     Review Replies: 0

Hmmm   dumptruck
This game differs much from its predecessor in many ways.  Overall the game is a lot of fun and...
  Graphics 8   Sound 4   Addictive 10   Story 6   Depth 7   Difficulty 4

      Review Rating: 3.2/5     Submitted: 08-31-11     Review Replies: 2

Final Fantasy Tactics Advance Review   Tekky7
I have to say this game is one of my all time favorites for the Game Boy Advance system. A very stra...
  Graphics 8   Sound 9   Addictive 10   Story 10   Depth 10   Difficulty 8

      Review Rating: 3.1/5     Submitted: 01-11-13     Review Replies: 1

Best Game Ever!   MegaNerd142
I am so glad that this game is on this website.  I love this game I played and beat it so many ...
  Graphics 7   Sound 10   Addictive 9   Story 8   Depth 10   Difficulty 6

      Review Rating: 2.9/5     Submitted: 03-09-13     Review Replies: 0

Good Game   jayron122
This game is in my opinion one of the best tactics game I have ever played.  Everything is...
  Graphics 9   Sound 10   Addictive 9   Story 10   Depth 8   Difficulty 4

      Review Rating: 2.5/5     Submitted: 11-28-12     Review Replies: 0

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Final Fantasy Tactics Advance Cheat Codes


Duplicate Items and Units
To do this trick, you must have two final fantasy tactics advance cartridges and two gameboy advances (or gba sp).

Link the two GBAs and have one person (you) go into any kind of battle. When it's your turn to move, hit B to cancel the menu and press start to open up the sub menu. Now put Save Quit and it'll bring you back to the title. Now load your original data and NOT your battle save. After loading it, now both you and your friends, press start to go into the menu and select the "Link" option. Trade any items or units with your friends and after doing so, reset your game but don't save before doing it otherwise it'll erase your battle save. Now after resetting, load your battle save and you should still be during the battle. Either flee or defeat your foes and check your stuff. If done correctly, you should still have the same item or unit and your friend should have a copy of that item or unit. This will come in handy when trading secret characters or rare items.

Get 2 Sharas
Make sure that you don't do the S.O.S. mission. Complete the game and then get Shara. Now, play the S.O.S. mission. When you get into battle, you will notice that Ritz and Shara will be fighting some monsters. You can also use the 'other' Shara in your clan. And thus, there are 2 Sharas on the battlefield.


Expert Missions
To unlock Expert Missions, beat the game once and save. When you start again, you will have a star next to your name.

Judge Missions Side-Quest
To be able to do the judge missions, you must beat all 300 standard missions and head over to Bervenia Palace to see a quick scene and start the judge missions.

Secret Characters
With the exception of Ezel, you must complete the game once in order to unlock the hidden missions:
• Babus – Clear the Left Behind mission, then enter a town and clear the With Babus mission.
• Cid – Clear all 300 numbered missions.
• Ezel – Choose Gossip in the Card Shop, then clear the Reconciliation mission.
• Ritz – Clear the Mortal Snow mission.
• Shara – Clear the A Maiden's Cry mission, then enter a town.

Unlock the end of game credits
Beat the 300 standard missions and the extra Judge Missions.

Unlock the Semi-Secret characters
These characters are semi-secret, and you get them by having different mission items. Note that the secret characters MIGHT join your clan, but it isn't guaranteed:
• Cheney – Complete a mission with Snake Shield as a mission item
• Eldena – Complete a mission with Elda's Cup as a mission item
• Lini – Complete a mission with The Hero Gaol as a mission items
• Littlevili – Complete the "Clan League" mission
• Pallanza – Complete a mission with Wyrmstone as a mission item
• Quin – Complete the "Missing Professor" mission


Easy infinite Angel Rings
1. Accept the mission 'Lutia Mop-up'
2. One of the enemies will have an Angel Ring. Steal it.
3. Retreat from the battle. You will still have the Angel Ring you stole, but the mission can still be taken, and another Angel Ring can be stolen.
4. Accept the mission when it pops up again, and repeat.

Easy level trick-Smile
Get two moogles and have them learn the ability Smile from the Juggler class (learn thief A-abilities). Then have them change to the job you want them to level up as. Have the two use Smile on each other over and over. Once they're a really high level have other units use some action on them to gain massive amounts of experience easy, thereby leveling up your entire clan too!

Infinite Money/Ribbons
After you complete the game and get Shara, take her ribbon, then get rid of her, and when you get her back she will have the ribbon equipped again. Sell for 20000, then repeat. This way you can get as many ribbons, money, and seventh-heavens you want.

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Comments for Final Fantasy Tactics Advance

zanthehero 05-21-18 - 09:36 PM
 One of my faves for GBA.
Brony_BlackNinja 12-17-16 - 10:14 PM
 I ragequit. cus that's card red/yellow times with me..
tRIUNE 05-02-16 - 03:00 PM
bradkkeith 05-02-16 - 02:27 PM
 are there cheat codes
Mynamescox44 04-29-16 - 12:58 PM
 I always preferred the original War of the Lions version, but this game is amazing as well.
jerry.ferguson 03-03-16 - 12:19 PM
 But there is always the small chance that if you just use the built in feature you may save at a point where you did not mean to. That is why I mentioned the original save process. I use both myself.
Jordanv78 02-22-16 - 02:20 PM
 Or you can just use the save-state feature built into the plugin, which allows you to save or load at any point in the game.
jerry.ferguson 02-22-16 - 01:33 PM
 In order to save your game when not in combat, when on the map I guess I'd call it, hit the start key(enter for me) and go to save. When in a battle make sure no character is selected or hit the cancel button(B on the gameboy or Z key for me) and hit the
jerry.ferguson 02-22-16 - 01:33 PM
 start button. A menu will pop up and save is at the bottom. If you save during a battle and turn off your game you will resume it once you turn it back on.
caveman123 12-28-15 - 02:50 PM
 correction during the mission frosty mage destroy the blue orbs behind the boss
caveman123 12-26-15 - 11:15 PM
 one of the early missions frosty mage... after defeating all the enemy's the battle never ends forcing u to flee :S
Darksimorgh11 09-22-15 - 02:44 AM
 my save disappeared...
girlyman 04-21-15 - 09:43 AM
 wheres 2
F. Starr 03-09-15 - 12:25 PM
 Man... I put over 150 hours into this game, but still never beat it... Then I lost it... *sobs*
claygamer 02-19-15 - 03:54 PM
 i mean i think the law system is stupid
claygamer 02-19-15 - 03:52 PM
 kinda good
Vanelan 01-19-15 - 09:27 PM
 The rules! Ugh...those random rules make me crazy... :P
jadenarmin 04-27-14 - 08:18 PM
 How do you save
Forest Dragon 03-28-14 - 09:38 PM
 i want to play this game but it wont save or when i leave n come back all my data is gone......
Greggy 10-22-13 - 04:43 AM
 I beat it didn't take long although my playtime is saying 88 hours. All that fast forwarding really makes it hard to tell. Great game though was kinda lame one-shotting the final boss in both forms haha
J-BenZ420 10-16-13 - 05:12 PM
 I luv this game i used 2 have it for my gameboy sp... i really enjoy it very much:) yea guys dont forget 2 use the f2 save button... cuz if dont u will lose ur save.
gman10251997 10-15-13 - 08:03 PM
 If you want to save press the f2 and then when you come back on the game press f4 save f2 come back on the game f4
TableThrower 09-22-13 - 08:06 AM
 I saved my game last night in the game save option in game, and logged out last night, now I can't load it, great gotta start over....
Aphrodite83 09-17-13 - 12:01 PM
 I saved my game a couple times while playing then logged for the night. I return and there's no saved data. Yay for me...
dma00771 05-23-13 - 07:55 PM
 Human totema glitch happens to everyone its the glitch that was never fixed it crashes game so u will have to start over

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