Final Fantasy 12: The Zodiac Age Review Roundup

Final Fantasy 12: The Zodiac Age Review Roundup

11 years after its release on PlayStation 2, Final Fantasy XII has become available once again, this time for PlayStation 4.

Final Fantasy XII: The Age of the Zodiac is a classic high-definition remasterisateur RPG that features enhanced visuals, a re-orchestrated soundtrack, trophy support and the zodiac’s International Work system included in the Japanese version of the game.

Comments on the game began to appear online and, as always, they have been brought together to give you an idea of ‚Äč‚Äčtheir critical reception.

Below you will find a brief excerpt of several posts, and the score assigned by the game. For an overview of your reception, check out the Metacritic Mystery GameSpot website.

“While these improvements do not lead to a whole new game for existing fans, the age zodiac is still invigorating. For an experience that can last more than a hundred hours, subtle adjustments in this way are largely in the presentation of the great Final Fantasy 12 Tour a new light.

His epic and abundant history and time tested Gambit system should also appeal to those who missed the first trip of the main series for the first time Ivalice. And thanks in part to the new audio and speed options, The Age of the Zodiac is an ideal final edition: one that improves the game in its original version above the table. “- Miguel Concepcion [full article]

Polygon – 8,5 / 10

“[Square Enix] took the game I had loved so much and gave me more.The Age of the zodiac does not add things to add.I see myself putting more than 300 hours in this Final Fantasy 12 version, testing different combinations of work classes and testing New optional boss tactics, could never win in the original game.

The Age of the Zodiac has a game that I could play in my dream and I wake up and enjoy it again. “- Whitney Reynolds [full article]

RPG Site – 9/10

“West players impudently with all these adjustments and improvements made in the original version of Final Fantasy XII, many of which are old but have never made their way west.

The work system adds another level of interest in party coordination, things like fast overlays and map overlays add a lot of convenience, and the game looks and sounds too good. This re-mixing can not change everyone’s mind, but it is probably one of the most intriguing entries of the franchise, and clearly the final version of a really impressive game. “- Adam Vitale [full article]

USA Gamer – 4.5 / 5

“After failing in Final Fantasy XII for the first time, I feel that many people are wondering if they should finally face the Final Fantasy forgotten by time. Like the old skeptic, I know for example,” Yes.

“Maybe he was never the massive attraction of some of his teammates, but it’s time that Final Fantasy XII has received some love and attention it deserves.” – Kat Bailey [Full review]

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