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September 28, 2019, 12:38:16 PM

After many years of work (and admittedly some downtime) Final Fantasy Tactics - The Lion War is finally released for the public!

Please make sure to read the ENTIRE description, as well as the README.txt (or nfo). If you have any questions, please post them, and report any bugs you may find, as this is version 1.00 of the public TLW release, and no matter how many testers you have, things do sometimes get overlooked.

You can download The Lion War NOW, by clicking THIS LINK
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September 18, 2019, 12:06:23 AM

It's just about time to start the FFT - The Lion War, beta test, there is still a couple minor bugs, and we need your help to locate and document them!

I have already made a spreadsheet to track nearly everything added to the game, so that would be filled out while playing the game, and making saves between each battle.

For more details, please PM me on this site!

- Member of FFH for at least 1 year & has at least made some posts or contributed to the site in some way in the past.
- Mostly the person must be trustworthy so I know they aren't going to leak anything until the release is finalized.
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September 09, 2018, 04:15:31 PM

If you are a fan of SCC challenges, be sure to check out the new Auto-SCC patch by Glain.

This completely removes any hassle from having to unlock whatever class you are doing your playthrough as and also eliminates any need to self impose limits in said playthrough!

Be sure to give feedback and thank Glain for the work he did to make this patch possible!
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July 30, 2017, 04:29:38 AM

Romhacking.net and its wiki resource, Data Crystal, are in bad financial shape. To keep them going, a Patreon account has been set up and is now accepting pledges. Given that our sites have similar interests (and some degree of community overlap), I felt it worthy of mention here.
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October 23, 2016, 04:02:16 PM

It's been three years since the last update, so understandably, the changelog is huge. Loads of changes, fixes, and improvements abound, so give it a look!
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September 16, 2016, 03:35:11 PM

We often assumed that if you were not mentioning that you were planning to mod WotL, that you wanted to mod the PSX version. Unfortunately, nearly every user would just assume that we magically knew they wanted to mod WotL, and it led to huge wastes of time, frustrations and so on. We don't exactly want to reply to 90% of topics by asking which version they want to mod either.

So, I decided to add a field on your profile; just follow this link and you will see it at the very bottom: http://ffhacktics.com/smf/index.php?action=profile;area=forumprofile
You only need to change it if you are using the WotL version (every existing account has been defaulted to the PSX version). This will allow us to know which version of the game you want to edit without having to nag you about it. Unfortunately, this likely won't work with old users because too many will not bother to edit that field even if they do use WotL. Thankfully, we more or less know who's using which version over time.

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May 23, 2016, 12:36:15 PM

For the last week or so, I've been working to compile all of Xifanie's hacks, tools, spreadsheets into one nice thread, since it was sorely needed, and should help people out quite a bit when it comes to finding what they are looking for.

You'll also find a few new things here as well! There is a list and description of every hack in the new Xifanie.xml file, (You can also find the new Phoenix Formula here as well as some of the other Jot5 Hacks, including the Proposition hack that we use to create Marks, for which I've written a short tutorial.) as well as a list of all Xifanie's spreadsheet hacks and tools. Many of these are newer tools designed to make your life easier when it comes to modding FFT, so be sure to take advantage of the amazing work she has done for the community, and don't forget to give her some serious props!

You can find the new index of Xifanie's Hacks and Tools HERE.
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March 22, 2016, 03:02:23 AM

I've done a fair bit of testing of ePSXe 2.0, and provided you stick to the packed in plugins (or optionally, GPU BladeSoft), I can't fault it as heavily for the purposes of playing FFT as I used to. The default video plugin is slow, but lovely on capable machines. BladeSoft is also progressing nicely, and brilliant to use if (currently) you like native console display resolution, but better. The hacked Pete's plugin is much faster than the former two, but don't look at me if you have visual issues (I can still make it break in each Final Fantasy).

I haven't tested each and every ASM or patch known as working elsewhere, but ePSXe 2.0 has surprised me in general. It's still very much discouraged for testing ASM, but I won't fault anyone using it for just wanting to play the game or the mods offered here. I've done a lot of testing not just with FFT, but with 200~ other PlayStation games since its release, and I can only recommend Mednafen or PCSX-R over it on the grounds of utmost accuracy at the co...
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