Square Enix published awesome illustrations of various Final Fantasy characters by popular artists for the 4th anniversary of Dissidia Final Fantasy NT.
1C Entertainment's tactics game Fell Seal: Arbiter's Mark is finally coming to Nintendo Switch on August 14, 2019.
War of the Visions: Final Fantasy Brave Exvius is a Polished Final Fantasy Tactics Successor for Mobile
War of the Visions: Final Fantasy Brave Exvius looks to be a fun, polished mobile game reminiscent of Final Fantasy Tactics.
Yasumi Matsuno spoke about how a part of himself wishes to make a new Tactics Ogre, Ogre Battle, or Final Fantasy Tactics.
Square Enix revealed today that strategy JRPG Final Fantasy Tactics: The War of the Lions is now available for Android, as well as iOS.
Ever wanted to cast magic and send powerful robots onto the battlefield in XCOM? Privateer Press Interactive and WhiteMoon Dreams may have the game for you.
Before I start my tirade, I want to clear this up. This piece is not me looking down on the chosen subject matter of video game writers. I would never try to dictate how and what stories
Did you ever play Final Fantasy Tactics and wish that it could be a social game instead? Well now your (non)existent prayers have been answered: Final Fantasy Tactics S has been revealed for pre-registration in Japan, although
Even though the iPhone version of Final Fantasy Tactics: The War of the Lions was released last year, it was only today that the iPad version of the turn-based game was released.
Square Enix is showing some serious love to the iOS. First the Crystal Defenders strategy title, then confirmation of a Final Fantasy Tactics port and now a port of one of its most prized titles. Secret of
Secret of freaking Mana. Final Fantasy freaking Tactics. You heard me. We received some tidbits of information last week about Square-Enix having some new iPhone games to show off at E3. In the back of my mind
What if we lived in an alternate universe where the production and direction of video games was overseen not by a cabal of short-sighted, money-hungry cretins in suits, but was instead the domain of history’s most creative