FINAL FANTASY

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Re: FINAL FANTASY

Postby MisterHentai » Thu Jun 13, 2019 7:33 am

Well these definitely saved E3 2019 for the most part. :LOL: :facepalm:


Finarry! :dats: :yes:




And for anyone who is actually new to the original game or need a memory refresh, here's a help video for the absolute convoluted mess of all the different ports of the original game. :fdat:




And not to forget the black sheep of the series ..... :yes:

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Re: FINAL FANTASY

Postby Vonman » Mon Mar 02, 2020 8:46 pm

Have you guys tried the FF7 remake Demo? What do you think?

I like the battle, its a major improvement from the clusterfuck that is FF15.

But now i fear the game will end up like FF13. Just an endless cycle of Empty Corridor Running -> Battle -> Cutscene the whole game :?

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Re: FINAL FANTASY

Postby MisterHentai » Tue Mar 03, 2020 10:13 am

To be fair, the game will be linear, and it really shouldn't be too surprising because the original Midgar section and even most of the game is just that. Difference being this remake will have so much more padding and stuff to do in the city.

At the very LEAST, it should give the better illusion of not being so, unlike how FFXIII turned out which is just blatant straight line corridoors and wasteful un-revisitable progression.

And if anything, one thing that FFXIII has introduced for how modern FF games seems to go now, is the Chapter format. I'm personally not a huge fan of that. Sure, it makes it easier to know where you are at in terms of the game's story progression, but also takes away the old feeling, sense of discovery and not knowing.
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PS3 | Pawn: Minami | Level: | Vocation: Sorcerer | Inclination: Challenger/Utilitarian

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