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Final Fantasy XII: Revenant Wings - Nintendo DS

Platform : Nintendo DS
3.6 out of 5 stars 83 customer reviews
Metascore: 81 / 100
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  • Join FFXII characters in a new story
  • Modified version of Final Fantasy XII's Active Dimension Battle system can be played with the stylus
  • Wide variety of powerful summons to battle with
  • New cutscene animation
  • All-new soundtrack from Hitoshi Sakimoto, the composer for the original Final Fantasy XII
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Sequel to FF 12, for the Nintendo DS handheld gaming systems. By Square Enix.

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  • ASIN: B000SSQPU8
  • Product Dimensions: 4.8 x 5.2 x 0.8 inches ; 3.2 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: November 21, 2007
  • Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (83 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #8,301 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
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Final Fantasy XII was not a game that was met with universal praise. In terms of fan reaction, it was rather mixed. There were a great deal of people who did not like it for the lack of character depth and change to story telling. Just the same, however, there were some who were quite taken with the world of Ivalice and who loved the political and philosophical intrigue of the original Final Fantasy XII. Even if you didn't like Final Fantasy XII, however, Revenant Wings is so different that it's almost an entirely new game. That also means that if you loved Final Fantasy XII there's no guarantee you'll like Revenant Wings.

Vaan and Penelo are now full fledged sky pirates. In this adventure they're helping the Aegyl people in the land of Lemure. In truth, the story is a lot simpler than Final Fantasy XII. It is also a bit more character driven. This adventure is an all new one, though. It takes place after Final Fantasy XII but even if you didn't finish the original game, it's no big deal. There are a few familiar faces, and a couple of references to the storyline of the original, but you're not missing anything by not having played the original title.

In terms of how the game looks, Revenant Wings stands tall. The cutscenes are some of the best looking the DS has ever had by far. Even superior to Square-Enix's own Final Fantasy III. The game itself also looks pretty good. There is a good deal of unique artistic design here. Those who played Final Fantasy Tactics Advance will be able to recognize the art style instantly. Its also very colorful looking and bright. Revenant Wings also has a strong soundtrack. Much of it being remixed from the original game, but it sounds wonderful nonetheless.

Eye candy aside, how exactly does the game play?
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Over the last couple of years, Square-Enix has shown Nintendo alot of love. Not that I'm complaining, mind you, because I''m not. I'm quite thankful. The majority of all my DS & Gameboy Advance games are products of the company and I've loved every last one. While I hadn't played FFXII on the PS2, I was curiously drawn to this game from watching some trailers of the game. What I can tell you about it, now that I have it, is that Revenant Wings is like Heroes of Mana in alot of ways. A mission- based real time strategy RPG, if you will, that picks up right after the events of FFXII on the PS2. This story, however, is in no way related to that one. It follows Vaan, Penelo, Balthier, and Fran in a new adventure. Out of all the titles I have of Square for handhelds, this game-by far- has the most CGI FMV I've ever seen in one. The gameplay is addictive(just like FFIII & Front Mission were to me) and the game is absolutely gorgeous graphically. All in all, it is a pretty ambitious game. One that deserves to be in your DS library.
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Picked up FF XII:RV just yesterday and have already clocked several hours into it. Having been a fan of the Final Fantasy series for many years now, I was excited to check out this latest game. Though I don't find it the best, I must say it's very good. Having used a similar battle system like the one from FF XII, it's more real time based them most of the previous titles were with the random encounter system.

The Good:
-Good story line with humor mixed in
-New summon system gives you more characters when you go in to battle
-The Cut scenes are AMAZING, especially for a hand held system.
-Good use of the stylus.

The Bad:
-Characters seem to move slow at times while you wait for them to move
-Sprites are small so it can get hard to find certain characters in a large group

Overall, it's a good game if your looking for either an easy RTS (Real Time Strategy) or generally good RPG.
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Square's flagship franchise impresses on the DS yet again with Final Fantasy XII: Revenant Wings. As the title implies, Revenant Wings is a sequel to last year's PS2 title Final Fantasy XII. Those who played that excellent RPG will remember it as being the best game the series had seen since the legendary Final Fantasy VII, with one of the most engaging stories since the aforementioned game as well. Revenant Wings picks up after the original FF XII concluded, with Vaan and crew being the stars of this RTS/RPG show. In terms of game design, Revenant Wings bears the most resemblance to Heroes of Mana for the DS. Unlike that title though, Revenant Wings won't aggrivate you to death, and instead pulls out some pretty impressive moments to be had. There is a nice amount of depth to be found in item and skills, even though the combat itself is a bit slow and repetitive. The game's presentation though is wonderful, from some great 3-D work to an incredible music score, Revenant Wings proves to be one of the better looking and best sounding games to hit the DS yet. While there's no Wi-Fi connectivity to be found here, Revenant Wings does offer some bonus missions, but the real meat and potatoes is to be had in the game's main story. All in all, Final Fantasy XII: Revenant Wings is an impressive excursion on the DS that continues one of the best stories the series has ever seen. Needless to say, if you enjoyed Final Fantasy XII on the PS2 and you own a DS, you should definitely pick up Revenant Wings.
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