When Marche and his two friends read a mysterious book, they turn their world into a video game world, populated by humans, moogles, viera, nu mou, and bangaa. Can Marche find his way back home, and does he even want to? The first strictly handheld Final Fantasy game continues the strategy-RPG format of the first FF Tactics to find out.
- Final Fantasy Tactics Advance (GBA - 02/14/2003 JP, 09/08/2003 NA, 10/24/2003 EU)
The American version had additional "Recommended Laws" feature not present in the Japanese version, which gave Judge Points to units that executed specific actions in battle.
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FFTA FAQ by Psycho Penguin (567 KB)
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FFTA Capture FAQ by sixball (12 KB)
FFTA Laws FAQ by Tio (18 KB)
FFTA Stealing Guide by Nyst (22 KB)
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