Okay, For any of you who is in love with final fantasy tactics advanced, Here you go (note that this is old news and note that i just finished the FFTA Game on my computer within 50 hours, yes i've wasted alot of my life, but due note that i also used the visual boy advances, X4 speed to play through the HOLE GAME) And because of that i really couldn't wait for a sequel and looked through information given and here is what i've got

The title of the game is IFinal Fantasy Tactics A2 Fuuketsu no Guurimore or Final Fantasy Tactics A2: The Sealed Black Book


December 18, 2006 - Hot on the heels of confirmation earlier this week of a port of the original Final Fantasy Tactics for the PSP, Square Enix announced today that the Nintendo DS will be getting an original entry in the series all to itself.

IGN reported last week on Final Fantasy Tactics A2 Fuuketsu no Guurimore, a mysterious title that debuted alongside the PSP port of FFT in the latest issue of Japan's Jump magazine. This is the new DS title in question.

Japanese media outlets are reporting that, as the A2 in the name might have suggested, this new game is being developed as a sequel to Final Fantasy Tactics Advance, the Game Boy Advance entry in the series. Details beyond this were not revealed in today's announcement.

While we don't have any screenshots, we do have a logo. But not of the new Final Fantasy Tactics games. Instead, the logo Square Enix passed around to the press today is of the Ivalice Alliance project, which encompasses Final Fantasy XII Revnant Wings for the DS and the two Final Fantasy Tactics projects. The company has stated that it has multiple teams working on games for this new initiative. These games encompass a variety of genres and are for a variety of platforms.

Perhaps we'll see even more of the Ivalice world in the near future.
Final Fantasy Tactics Returns
Two new entries in the classic strategy series.
by IGN Staff
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December 13, 2006 - One day after the surprise announcement of Dragon Quest IX for the DS, Square Enix is all set to drop another bombshell. According reports out of Japan, the next issue of Jump Magazine will contain news of two new Final Fantasy Tactics games.

The PSP will be getting Final Fantasy Tactics: Shishi Sensou, an updated version of the original PlayStation classic. Square Enix is adding new jobs and some slick cell shaded movies, but aside from that, it's unclear what kind of improvements we can expect.

The second project is a bit more mysterious. Nothing is known about this game, except for its title: Final Fantasy Tactics A2 Fuuketsu no Guurimore. We don't even know its target platform. Jump is promising an update down the road.

Both projects fall under a series of projects that Square Enix refers to as "Ivalice Alliance," Ivalice being the name of the world in which both Final Fantasy Tactics and Final Fantasy XII take place. Final Fantasy XII Revenant Wings, a DS offshoot of this year's PS2 blockbuster, also falls under this project.

We've yet to see the Jump report for ourselves, but with the annual Jump Festa comic/videogame show scheduled to kick off on Saturday in Tokyo, we're hoping to get a look at both new projects shortly. We'll be back later this week with whatever details we can dig up at the show.