Final Fantasy XII: The Zodiac Age
Square Enix, Inc.

Teen 13+
Mild Blood
Suggestive Themes
Final Fantasy XII The Zodiac Age is rated 4.5 out of 5 by 293.
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Enter an era of war within the world of Ivalice. The small kingdom of Dalmasca, conquered by the Archadian Empire, is left in ruin and uncertainty. Princess Ashe, the one and only heir to the throne, devotes herself to the resistance to liberate her country. Vaan, a young man who lost his family in the war, dreams of flying freely in the skies. In a fight for freedom and fallen royalty, join these unlikely allies and their companions as they embark on a heroic adventure to free their homeland.

Final Fantasy XII: The Zodiac Age

A Welcome Return
by Joe Juba

Remaster Final Fantasy XII and make it easier for fans new and old to experience what the game does best


Improved visuals and performance make this game look even better than you remember


Excellent voice performances help the characters come alive, and the grand soundtrack fits the tone well


Instead of one huge license board, you earn new abilities through more focused and streamlined job boards. The Gambit system is still overwhelming at first, but learning its intricacies pays off


Though the story is too wrapped up in political intrigue, the cast and combat are enough to make this a memorable journey


Moderately High

Every numbered entry in the Final Fantasy series starts fresh with new characters and mechanics. That's standard, but when Final Fantasy XII released in 2006, it went even further to establish an identity separate from its predecessors. Its real-time combat system and MMO-style world are unique, and Final Fantasy XII: The Zodiac Age highlights what makes this game special. With major improvements to progression and combat, Square Enix's remaster reinvigorates the best parts of Final Fantasy XII while leaving the basic experience intact.

Everything that was good about Final Fantasy XII is still good in The Zodiac Age. The cast remains one of the best ensembles in the entire series, and I enjoy fiddling with the Gambit system, which allows you to automate your party members' behavior using a variety of conditions and commands. The foundation is the same, but the whole package has received a nice performance overhaul, with crisp visuals and a smooth framerate that makes everything look great.

Despite the improved visuals, a revamped job system is The Zodiac Age's crown jewel. The sprawling license board of the original version frustrated me; it offered many possible ways to build your characters' skills, but obscured that potential and made it difficult to plan your progression. That uncertainty is wiped away in The Zodiac Age; the intimidating license board is replaced by 12 smaller and more specialized job boards, and each character eventually gets to choose two of them. For example, you can have a samurai/knight, or a white mage/machinist. I love how this produces distinct roles in combat and encourages you to use different characters, but also prevents any character from being railroaded into one path.

Even though your party's progression is more directed, you still have a lot of room for optimization. For instance, I agonized over picking my black mage's second class; going with time mage would pair well on the magic stats, but archer would allow me to deal damage consistently without casting spells. You can even get deep in the weeds and assess bonuses you eventually earn for unlocking specific Espers on certain job boards, but that level of obsession is far from necessary. Unlike the original version of Final Fantasy XII, I was always able to spend my license points with confidence in The Zodiac Age, and was generally pleased with the results.

See more of the review at Game Informer

FINAL FANTASY XII THE ZODIAC AGE improves upon the 2006 classic FINAL FANTASY® XII, now more beautiful and easier to play than ever. The high-definition remaster introduces several modern advancements, including reconstructed battle design and a revamped job system. With newly implemented trophies and share functions, as well as stark visual and sound improvements in true HD for the first time, players both returning and new to the game will experience a grand adventure that spans the world of Ivalice in an entirely fresh and improved way.

  • Includes several all-new enhanced gameplay features:
    • The Zodiac Job System – Improved character leveling system that now caters to the player's preference
    • Trial Mode – Take on monsters and enemies in up to 100 consecutive battles
    • Speed Mode
  • Latest-generation HD graphical capabilities, including characters and movie scenes fully remastered in high definition.
  • True 7.1 surround sound, including high definition voicing and newly recorded background music utilizing the current generation of sound production.
  • Modern advancements including PlayStation®4 trophy support and share functionalities, auto-save and shortened loading times
  • An endless amount of gameplay and adventure including Hunts, Battles, and mini-games

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