First, the guide as a whole. Something the previous publication of the guide in 2006 didn't spend as much time with. Follow the main story to completion by unlocking every side quest, finishing every hunt, and beating every mini-game along the way. Prima Games understands what gamers—both casual and hardcore—want and need from strategy guides. Pros: - Updated license boards, along with decent suggestions for job combinations - Trial Mode breakdown - Good quality construction Cons: - Missing or inaccurate information - Difficult to find anything - Lazy editing and formatting - Digital version is slow to load and just as frustrating to navigate picture example included Very well written and organized. Free Mobile-Friendly eGuide: Includes a code to access the eGuide, a web-access version of the complete guide optimized for a second-screen experience.
The errors of the previous publication have been fixed and addressed and it's actually quite comprehensive when it comes to the new stuff. I can't recommend this book enough. The maps are often inaccurate. All other trademarks are properties of their respective owners. For the sake of clarity, we've broken the game up into parts which make sense and which avoid you having to deal with too many overlong pages of guides! Example: The Hunts are not in the correct order in the book, as they are numbered in the game. I'm a little disappointed on how amazon bent the top corners of this guide though. A quick look at stats to prepare.
Full Coverage of the Zodiac Jobs System: All 12 new License Boards are discussed with tips for making the most out of every character with each job. Experiment with different combinations and different orders, and be sure to make adjustments whenever you get a new slot or a new ability. Complete Walkthrough: Complete coverage, including Hunts, Battles, and Mini-Games. And with the addition of a trial mode that I can exploit to get certain items, the way I play this game is completely different. I haven't forgotten much about the game over the years, but the guide did go out of its way to makes the games systems less intimidating.
Some maps don't show transitions at all, so you'll have to guess how the maps interconnect. Chances are you've already read about these differences on various websites already. I've had ups and downs with the reissue of Final Fantasy guides recently. It's got a nice hardcover that has some good artwork on the inside covers. The problem stems from how cumbersome the kindle version of the guide is to use.
The guide then jumps into each job class, giving a profile of the job, showing the license board and telling you about it before recommending a character to take the job. It was also a lot flashier with a lot of unused space. Every guide features in-depth content, detailed screen captures, quick-reference tips, and professional strategies. Final fantasy tactics advance art book final fantasy tactics advance official guide brady games. It also gives you suggestions on what Jobs pair well with a second job and which character would be best suited for the job to get the most out of it.
The guide will tell you how to encounter 30 of the 80 rare monsters but not the other 50. Trial Mode Breakdown: Learn about the threats on each floor of the Trial Mode and discover the rewards for every challenge. Likewise maps for some of the optional areas are larger and more detailed. This is a minor gripe but it feels cheapened that way. The collector's edition guide to has all the coverage you need to prepare for your return to Ivalice and get the most from the Zodiac Job System. Please read the Square Enix for more information. Comprehensive Zodiac Job System Coverage: All the depth and detail you need to make the best choices to suit your play style.
So all in all, it is useful, but cumbersome. All of that has been removed and homogenized into a wall of text. · Complete Walkthrough: Complete coverage, including Hunts, Battles, and Mini-Games. In particular, how gambits are covered here is given a far more thorough explanation by showing sample setups and explaining how they'll function. All other trademarks are properties of their respective owners. And at first this doesn't seem like a big deal until you realize that there are certain conditions which must be met to get several of these monsters to appear that the guide simply does not tell you about. If you click on one and make a purchase we may receive a small commission.
It goes in detail about all the new things that has been added in the Zodiac Age. Full Coverage of the Zodiac Jobs System: All 12 new License Boards are discussed with tips for making the most out of every character with each job. That being that Prima has, for the most part, just copied and pasted Bradygames guides but usually hasn't added any discernable updates to them. Again, nothing but your settings are carried over. The guide gives you a full breakdown of trial mode, helping you prepare, telling you when a good time to go is and giving some helpful tips.