Final Fantasy Tactics for iOS Delayed
Got an iPhone? Love Final Fantasy Tactics? As we reported back during E3, Square Enix is bringing FFT and Secret of Mana to the iPhone (and, presumably at some point, the iPad).
Well, the announced release date for the game, 15 September, has now come and gone, and word has come today that the game has obviously been delayed, and no new release date has been announced as yet.
Frankly, I forgot this was coming out, because I still haven't finished my PSP game. I don't really need it for my iPhone. Hope it's not to disappointing for any of you wanting it, though, particularly if you were waiting for it on the iPad.
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|Glenn Magus Harvey||Comment 1: 2010-09-17 19:35|
|They're not bringing this to a Nintendo system, ever, are they?|
|BoBear2681||Comment 2: 2010-09-17 23:47|
|Android support would be awesome too, but I don't have my hopes up...|
|Chewbekah||Comment 3: 2010-09-18 01:19|
|Question, though, since it will be available for iPhone and iPad and since iPod Touch is basically an iPhone without the phone (so I've heard) is it safe to assume that I will be able to play them on my iPod touch?|
|Rangers51||Comment 4: 2010-09-18 15:03|
Quote (Chewbekah @ 17th September 2010 20:19)
Question, though, since it will be available for iPhone and iPad and since iPod Touch is basically an iPhone without the phone (so I've heard) is it safe to assume that I will be able to play them on my iPod touch?
Most games are playable on the Touch, yeah, but my guess would be that you would need a fairly recent version of the operating system and/or hardware. OS updates are free for iPhone users, but I believe they charge Touch users $10 if they need an upgrade.
When the game finally is released, you should be able to hop into iTunes and check the system requirements pretty easily.
As for Android, I agree that you shouldn't hold your breath. Android is quality, I'm not that big of an iPhone fanboy, but it's also not locked down the way a computer or iPhone operating system is - I think the install base, visibility, and variances from one Android install to another make it unlikely that many major games will get ported.
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