FF needs to die.

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2 years ago#1
Square is ruining the once legendary JRPG franchise

And now it's a parody of its former self.

Like I wish FF13 would have brought the series back to its glory days.

I also was hyped that FF13 would incorporate Advent Children battles

And have a better story.

It's just laughable beyond this point.

This FF13 series makes FF8 a masterpiece.

This is not a good thing.
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2 years ago#3
Final Fantasy needs to up its game

Death is a little excessive.
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2 years ago#4
It is beyond death.
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Holy_Banisher
2 years ago#5
Or just put it in more capable hands. Hell even Stars Wars will live beyond Lucas.
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2 years ago#6
ZeroBeatt posted...
Or just put it in more capable hands. Hell even Stars Wars will live beyond Lucas.
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They need to outsource it to western developers.
2 years ago#7
I think FFXV will be better ( and hope it will ) , and Agni reminded me of Yuna for some reasons. ^_^
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2 years ago#8
It needs to be put out of its misery and be reborn as a new IP, since the XIII series pretty much took a big dump on the FF brand and the smell just won't go away.
2 years ago#9
kupo1705 posted...
ZeroBeatt posted...
Or just put it in more capable hands. Hell even Stars Wars will live beyond Lucas.
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They need to outsource it to western developers.


They'll have games done in only a year, with more content, return the open world map, much simpler story and a much better battle system.
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2 years ago#10
We must go to Nippon and burn down the SE HQ.

No lie, I thought of this like 2 years ago today.

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