Traditionally, Final Fantasy is something you%26rsquo;ve got to work at to get the best out of it. The most effective battle strategies come from lots of practice and experimentation. The strongest moves require hours of leveling up. The best weapons are hidden so effectively, the average player won%26rsquo;t even know they exist.
But times are changing for Square%26rsquo;s monster RPG series, and following the simplified, semi-automatic battle system of the acclaimed Final Fantasy XII for PS2, this DS side-story sees the game become more accessible still. So Revenant Wings is effectively a Final Fantasy for gaming novices, thanks to a battle system that replaces most of the text-based strategic commands with stylus control and instant action.