more akin to past FF and most other JRPGs, or is it like the one in FF13 which I hated so much? --- Screw Dogs and Cats, keep a Monitor lizard!!
#2theofficefan99Posted 9/24/2011 1:38:40 PM
FFX's Sphere Grid and FFXIII's Crystarium>>>>> boring traditional level-up systems
#3shinigami_mattPosted 9/24/2011 1:44:47 PM
Most past FFs had the same level up system as XIII.
The only difference is, is you had to hold X to get stats where as the other FF's you just get automatically from leveling up. --- Go then, there are other worlds than these. - The Gunslinger
#4DoppelswaggerPosted 9/24/2011 1:50:23 PM
theofficefan99 posted... FFX's Sphere Grid and FFXIII's Crystarium>>>>> boring traditional level-up systems
The Sphere Grid>>>>>Crystarium
Crystarium was far more simplistic than the Grid. In fact, I prefer traditional leveling over Crystarium any day. --- Official Adult-Hope of the FFXIII Boards... Currently bagging Alyssa, Wearing a Tie, and working part-time at Best Buy.
Lady, this is the FF fanbase. We don't tolerate logic in these parts. --- Go then, there are other worlds than these. - The Gunslinger
#8madapocketPosted 9/24/2011 2:21:51 PM
What I hated about the Sphere Grid is that if you hoard like, idk, five six "levels" you have to spend like, ten minutes to level up.
#9Snowx_Posted 9/24/2011 2:30:34 PM
People who criticize FFXIII's Crystarium but at the same time praise most other RPGs which have few skills bound by exp levels (including FFIV) are a bunch of hypocrites. --- "WRPGs give me tons of choices, none of which interests me. JRPGs give me a lot less choices, but among them there's always what I'm looking for."
#10Ether101Posted 9/24/2011 2:41:09 PM
SlimeStack posted... Ideally they should bring back node customisation. That's one of the main things that makes the Sphere Grid deeper than the Crystarium.
What they should do is make linking nodes together have an effect and allow us to move around freely. Plus, a grid system should only return as part of the leveling up process not as a replacement. --- Gamers have lost their pride. Complacency can be a sin.