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|Posted By: Fabien|
Posted On: Mar 6, 2010
|Final Fantasy series|
I'm still clinging on FFVII, FFVIII, FFX and FFXII, but XIII is what appeals me the most for 2010
Oh yeah, viva Square-Enix, baby!!
|Posted By: Leonhart231|
Posted On: Aug 23, 2009
I guess everyone else is in a different part of the world than me. Didn't realize that. lol All these except FF XIII have been released here in the US.
|Posted By: Chris|
Posted On: Jul 25, 2008
|I Have a cheat for the reel in FF7 Crisis Core!|
E-mail me and I'll let you know what it is, you can try it on your game if you have it. Thanks.
|Posted By: Rachelle|
Posted On: Apr 15, 2008
I love real time gaming! FF X11 is one of my favorites, the gambit system makes it as hands on or hands of as you like, and the challenge of real time battles is so much fun.
I have played it through 3 full times now, and can't wait for X111!
Thanks Steve for some great walkthroughs, I have enjoyed some of the older games much more fully because of them.
(BTW, I am a 44 year old mother of 2 gaming teens)
|Posted By: tacobot|
Posted On: Feb 14, 2008
I actually don't mind the real time fighting. it still requires an immense amount of strategy. They have been working on blending turn based and real time fighting since FFVII with the ATB. (i'm not sure if they had that before FFVII cause i've never played them.) and i think they did very well in FFXII. It's not like you're just running around and mashing X to kill things. It is a little scary though because it's a new style of playing an RPG, but I have faith that Square-Enix won't ruin this awesome franchise.
|Posted By: Game_Geeks|
Posted On: Jan 22, 2008
I wish they'd stick to turn based combat and not try to combine it with real time combat like in FFXII. I understand why then had to use that system in FFXI but that was because it was an MMO and couldn't be helped. Though I may give up on the FF series if it keeps going down the road it's on. I'll give FFXIII a try if I get a PS3 but if I don't like it then I'll begin my search for a new RPG series with turn based combat.