The trailer introduces characters and teases many more mysterious figures that will be featured in the game. It also showcases the 3D isometric game's maps, turn-based combat, special attacks and boss battles.
Last month, the company teased the smartphone game with a Japanese language website that revealed it will see a release on Mobage, a social network games publisher and portal, which is available for smartphone users in North America, China and Japan.
The 3D isometric tactical game role-playing game,Tactics, was first released in North America in 1998 for the and it later saw a release in 2009 on the . It spawned sequels such as Final Fantasy Tactics Advance and Final Fantasy Tactics A2: Grimoire of the .
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