The Last Remnant uses no FMV and has a better script than FFXIII.

#1GalvanizationPosted 10/7/2012 12:03:55 AM
It also has:

-- World Map
-- More locations
-- More cities
-- More NPCs
-- More side-quests
-- More items
-- More party members
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"JRPGs are not mainly about story. That's just a trend FF started. Look at the huge sales of Pokemon. Do people buy it for the story? Hell no! " ~ Vex
#2AngkorVatPosted 10/7/2012 12:05:12 AM
okay?
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#3theofficefan99Posted 10/7/2012 12:05:46 AM
It also has a Metacritic average of 66% whilst Final Fantasy XIII has an average of 83%.
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#4theofficefan99Posted 10/7/2012 12:07:08 AM
And if you want to go that route, Final Fantasy XII uses FMV and has a better script than The Last Remnant.
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#5Galvanization(Topic Creator)Posted 10/7/2012 12:10:16 AM
theofficefan99 posted...
It also has a Metacritic average of 66% whilst Final Fantasy XIII has an average of 83%.

TLR was released before FFXIII and got severe heat due to being a JRPG with little innovation and technical issues. FFXIII also got the same criticism for little innovation but never had technical issues. It also got higher scores due to being a mainline FF.
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"JRPGs are not mainly about story. That's just a trend FF started. Look at the huge sales of Pokemon. Do people buy it for the story? Hell no! " ~ Vex
#6RomangeloPosted 10/7/2012 12:14:54 AM(edited)
maybe...

I like the game, one of the most underrated SE game ever.

but I'll compare it to FF12, not 13.
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X > V > T > VI > XIII-2 > XII > TLR > XIII > X-2 > VIII > VII > IV > IX > III > I > II
#7Wakizashi_513Posted 10/7/2012 12:15:04 AM
Damn dude, are you bipolar or something?
#8theofficefan99Posted 10/7/2012 12:16:14 AM(edited)
Galvanization posted...
theofficefan99 posted...
It also has a Metacritic average of 66% whilst Final Fantasy XIII has an average of 83%.

TLR was released before FFXIII and got severe heat due to being a JRPG with little innovation and technical issues. FFXIII also got the same criticism for little innovation but never had technical issues. It also got higher scores due to being a mainline FF.


It was actually considered very innovative. The problems were that some found the story to be too bland, the battle system to be one of the most restrictive ever, plus the technical issues found in the 360 version. The PC version has the exact same average despite being released later with some major improvements.

TLR being released earlier than FFXIII is a BS excuse.

FFXIII never got criticized for little innovation; the main points of contention were in regards to the linearity and the overall streamlining.
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"Dyin' is easy. It's the livin' that's hard..." Grim Reaper, Maximo vs. The Army of Zin
#9RostikMusicPosted 10/7/2012 12:18:27 AM
theofficefan99 posted...
Galvanization posted...
theofficefan99 posted...
It also has a Metacritic average of 66% whilst Final Fantasy XIII has an average of 83%.

TLR was released before FFXIII and got severe heat due to being a JRPG with little innovation and technical issues. FFXIII also got the same criticism for little innovation but never had technical issues. It also got higher scores due to being a mainline FF.


It was actually considered very innovative. The problems were that some found the story to be too bland, the battle system to be one of the most restrictive ever, plus the technical issues found in the 360 version. The PC version has the exact same average despite being released later with some major improvements.

TLR being released earlier than FFXIII is a BS excuse.

FFXIII never got criticized for little innovation; the main points of contention were in regards to the linearity and the overall streamlining.


You shouldn't try to reason with the criminally insane..
#10theofficefan99Posted 10/7/2012 12:19:15 AM
RostikMusic posted...
theofficefan99 posted...
Galvanization posted...
theofficefan99 posted...
It also has a Metacritic average of 66% whilst Final Fantasy XIII has an average of 83%.

TLR was released before FFXIII and got severe heat due to being a JRPG with little innovation and technical issues. FFXIII also got the same criticism for little innovation but never had technical issues. It also got higher scores due to being a mainline FF.


It was actually considered very innovative. The problems were that some found the story to be too bland, the battle system to be one of the most restrictive ever, plus the technical issues found in the 360 version. The PC version has the exact same average despite being released later with some major improvements.

TLR being released earlier than FFXIII is a BS excuse.

FFXIII never got criticized for little innovation; the main points of contention were in regards to the linearity and the overall streamlining.


You shouldn't try to reason with the criminally insane..


I think you mean clinically :p Good point, though.
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"Dyin' is easy. It's the livin' that's hard..." Grim Reaper, Maximo vs. The Army of Zin