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Final Fantasy Tactics Advance

Development – Final Fantasy Tactics Advance is a tactical role playing game developed and published by Square Co for the Nintendo Advance. Released on February 14, 2003 in Japan and September 8, 2003 in the US. It was also released on the Wii-U Virtual Console on January 28,...
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Final Fantasy Tactics: Part Two

Join Joe, Kaleb, and Kaleb Jr. on thier quest to review the classic Final Fantasy Tactics. Remixes used: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dXINwGF7C64 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NNEjq3aFd88
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Final Fantasy Tactics: Part One

You wanted variety, you got it. Today we bring on the Craigert from [Nude]Clan to discuss Final Fantasy Tactics. Is it the masterpiece everyone said it was? You’ll find out! In this first half we delve into (and scream about) story and gameplay. Remixes used in this episode:...
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Final Fantasy Horror Stories

This week, Schweiss, Joe, and Craig assemble to talk all thing horror in Final Fantasy. From the lightning dodging to brutal boss fights, the guys recount their most horrifying moments throughout the entire series. Remember to listen with the light on!
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The Top Ten Final Fantasy Covers

This week, the guys embark on a visual sort of tale, where they judge the covers of the various Final Fantasy games throughout the series. There are a few repeats among hosts, and I’m sure among listeners. Take a trip down artwork lane with us. Oh, and we...
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Final Fantasy XII: The Zodiac Age

Schweiss n Craig dive into their recent experiences with the heartfelt remaster of Final Fantasy XII: The Zodiac Age. They dive into which version they prefer, and touch on the new improvements that the PS4 remaster offers, as well as a few things they wish it had included....
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Stormblood

This week, Kaleb and Joe dive deep into their thoughts on the recent Final Fantasy XIV expansion, Stormblood. Join them for their story recap, and overall thoughts on gameplay changes, music, design, and of course, the dungeons. Enjoy the Grind!  
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