Final Fantasy XII International Zodiac Job System (w/ Bonus DVD)
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featured reviewbatriz (3) on 16, Jan. 2008 10:40 (HKT)
Great, but could have been better.
Although with the new stuff that's been tweaked, i felt this version was a lot weaker that FFX-2: international+last mission. But i have enjoyed playing this through. I played the english with 70+hours without the side-quests, but this allowed me to finish in just 28 hours! That's because of the speeding up mode which lets ...[read more...]
- English voice casting
- 16:9 mode
- Includes Bonus DVD based on the US game
- Updated battle system
descriptionSince 1987, the FINAL FANTASY® series has sold over 63 million units, making it one of the best-selling video game franchises of all time. FINAL FANTASY XII carries on the tradition of gaming innovation, fantastic graphics and epic storytelling. With a brand-new battle system bringing more realistic and seamless action to the player's fingertips, this latest installment promises to take role-playing games to the next level through a beautiful and heart-stopping adventure.The story of FINAL FANTASY XII takes place in a world called "Ivalice", in an age when magic was commonplace and airships plied the skies, crowding out the heavens. War was on the horizon. Seeking to strengthen its base of power, the great Archadian Empire had been invading and subjugating its neighboring kingdoms one by one. The small Kingdom of Dalmasca was one such kingdom. Our story follows Vaan, a young man living on the streets of Dalmasca's Royal City of Rabanastre, the Princess Ashe, the sole remaining heir to the Dalmascan throne who had been given up for missing, as well as Vaan's friend Penelo, the sky pirate Balthier, Balthier's partner Fran and many more on an adventure through Ivalice that traces the mysteries behind the Archadian Empire's invasion.Final Fantasy XII International Zodiac Job System supports English voice casting, a 16:9 mode, an updated battle system and lots of other alterations not found in the original release. The release also contains a bonus DVD based on the US game release.
|Original Name||ファイナルファンタジーXII インターナショナル ゾディアックジョブシステム|
|Official Release Date||Aug 09, 2007|
|CERO B (12+)|
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The gameplay is much improved by the Zodiac Job System. It offers diversity and challenge to players who have experienced FFXII.
first time i played this game is in the third after the game release. i never forgat that time in 2006. i cant understand japanese language so much, but i always play the game i like to play even is in alien language, my habbit. so i finish the game in japanese and when the US version released, i didnt play it.
its great game for final fantasy, its the 4th final fantasy game i favourited. after FFIX, FFXIII and FFTA2. what i really like the most in this game is the plot.. storyline of course and the scenery, its very beautiful. and the battle system... its very very very not boring, i mean i really love it very much. you dont need wait any loading to battle scene and the ATB is quite fair and very enjoyable. and all the boss and the weaponery/defen/acc is very fun to know it.
and for the first time i try this international zodiac version. this along weekend (start thursday) im gonna to the hell with this game, ahh forget about the ps3 games >_
Final Fantasy XII. The controversial game in the franchise received an upgrade exclusive to Japan. But I am personally liking this one.
It's all in Japanese with a little bit of English mixed up as in tradition with S-Enix "game upgrades". This makes playing the game rather intriguingly confusing as I have personally never played the overseas release before.
The free 3D movement during battle feels good and controlling other party members' actions feels like a very nice touch from the developers. You can opt it out if you want, they're called "Gambits"... I think.
You've also got widescreen support, which I personally appreciate very much because the game looks pretty darn cool with that.
Other features? Well, it seems new to this re-release is that [character] is tied to one job instead of multiple jobs from what I've heard.
While I haven't been able to really sit down with this game, I can tell the game is a breath of fresh air in Final Fantasy series, so to speak (or so it feels like). The music and environment are well done and the story... well, I cannot go into detail with that.
I like how I can just get lost in Dalmasca Estersand and fight some fiends, freedom is good. But luckily there isn't too much of it so it's not just another sandbox game.
I recommend checking this game out. As a rule of the thumb for S-Enix imports: You either have to know the language... or the game. I know neither that well, but so far it hasn't ruined my enjoyment for the game. There are English voice-overs to compensate that for the rest of the world.
If you liked the original, you might want to check out the definitive experience of FFXII for PlayStation 2. I am sure there is enough beef to become a Sky Pirate one more time.
3 stars for the lack of experience -but positive- with the game so far.
better than first game. allowing one person to only select one job makes the game alot more different.
FF 12 is my favourite game and this game is much better than orginal FF 12.I just reccomend you to buy this game before too late.And many thanks for play-asia for sent this item on time with perfect condition.Keep it up
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