Released: 1997, PlayStation
Final Fantasy Tactics was, for many people, their first strategy RPG ever. Featuring an engaging story, excellent graphics and music, and an incredibly intricate gameplay system, this game is a classic all around. It has quite a bit in common with Tactics Ogre, an earlier strategy RPG, mainly because the two games were developed by the same teams.
And, of course, it has its fair share of unused content. With unused battle maps, overpowered debug command sets, extra playable characters, fully intact NPC and enemy data left hidden from view, and a whole mess of music left orphaned in the west with the removal of some minigames, Final Fantasy Tactics was pretty much the reason to own a GameShark back in the late 1990s.