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Final Fantasy Tactics Advanced Battle

Hack of Final Fantasy Tactics Advance

Description:

Final Fantasy Tactics Advanced Battle is a hack that brings monster taming to Final Fantasy Tactics Advance, and makes the whole experience centered around this mechanic.

The player can use a new item (the Capture Orb) to capture monsters which (unlike in the vanilla game) join the party and fight on your side. Additionally, all ways to get new humanoid party members have been disabled, the player needs to make do with only monsters and the two starting humanoid party members.

A new system to learn abilities is implemented, similarly to the original Final Fantasy Tactics the units will earn JP which they can spend directly on purchasing abilities. This is the only way the player has to teach new abilities to the monsters.

These are the main changes, and they alone already make for a completely new experience, but be sure to check the readme for a more detailed list.

Thanks to the feedback the hack can now (as of 1.1) be 100% completed.

The 1.2 update eases the starting difficulty by adding two monsters to the starting party roster, as well as fixing some issues. Check the readme for details.

With the 1.3 update, now it’s possible to give your monsters nicknames! It also fixes an issue with the titlescreen and more. Check the readme for details. To set a nickname, go into the unit’s stat menu, in the party menu, and press START.

ROM / ISO Information:

  • No-Intro Name: Final Fantasy Tactics Advance (USA, Australia)
  • (No-Intro version 20130720-015858)
  • ROM/File SHA-1: 4AC05441F4DE70A4EC3DD932116346C61B8783D9
  • ROM CRC32: 5645E56C

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Credits:

Credits
ContributorType of contributionListed credit
LeonarthCGHacking

User Review Information

What pokemon conquest should have been

Reviewed By: EggRick on 06 Mar 2021

amazing, a good mix btween pokemon and ffta,its a new way to enjoy this rpg, just 1 thing, monster have weird attack animations, they are kind of funny, but overall nice hack

Version 1.3.1 Recommended - Yes

User Reviews
HeadlineAuthorDateVersionRecommended
What pokemon conquest should have beenEggRick06 Mar 20211.3.1Yes
A simple but fresh experience.Pluggy15 Apr 20191.1Yes