Final Fantasy XII: The Zodiac Age Game Informer Review

Final Fantasy XII: The Zodiac Age Game Informer Review

Final Fantasy XII: The Zodiac Age is scheduled to be released tomorrow on PS4 and reviews are coming in for the HD remake of International Zodiac Job System (which was previously only released in Japan). Here is part of the Final Fantasy XII: The Zodiac Age Game Informer Review by Joe Juba.

“Every numbered entry in the Final Fantasy series starts fresh with new characters and mechanics. That’s standard, but when Final Fantasy XII released in 2006, it went even further to establish an identity separate from its predecessors. Its real-time combat system and MMO-style world are unique, and Final Fantasy XII: The Zodiac Age highlights what makes this game special. With major improvements to progression and combat, Square Enix’s remaster reinvigorates the best parts of Final Fantasy XII while leaving the basic experience intact.

Everything that was good about Final Fantasy XII is still good in The Zodiac Age. The cast remains one of the best ensembles in the entire series, and I enjoy fiddling with the Gambit system, which allows you to automate your party members’ behavior using a variety of conditions and commands. The foundation is the same, but the whole package has received a nice performance overhaul, with crisp visuals and a smooth framerate that makes everything look great.”

Source: Game Informer

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