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Levine: BioShock Vita Would Have Been a “Final Fantasy Tactics Style” Game

Posted on Tuesday, July 8 @ 05:30:00 Eastern by Alex_Osborn
Now that the Irrational Games we once knew is no more, any hope for the company's promised PlayStation Vita BioShock game is effectively dead in the water.

Franchise visionary Ken Levine took to Twitter to shed some light on the handheld title that never came to fruition, lamenting the fact that he can no longer make it. He also shared a little bit of his vision for the game, saying it would have likely been inspired by Final Fantasy Tactics.
 
 



What do you think of Levine's idea to blend the mechanics of Final Fantasy Tactics into the world of BioShock. Do you think the team at Irrational could have pulled it off? It's a real shame we'll never get to find out.
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