Critiques of the FF series

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User Info: BiggyDX

BiggyDX
3 years ago#1
What do you think the new millennial (2000 onwards) FF games are lacking? - Results (29 votes)
Well-crafted Stories and Narration
13.79% (4 votes)
4
Character Development
17.24% (5 votes)
5
New Battle Systems
0% (0 votes)
0
Unique Settings and Lore
0% (0 votes)
0
Game modes (Ex. Multiplayer, New Game +)
6.9% (2 votes)
2
Challenge
3.45% (1 votes)
1
Attracting more player types
3.45% (1 votes)
1
Combination of the above
10.34% (3 votes)
3
Other (specify)
13.79% (4 votes)
4
Nothing is wrong with the modern FF franchise
31.03% (9 votes)
9
This poll is now closed.
I must admit that I'm not very familiar with the FF that came before the year 2000. In fact, the first FF game I ever played was XII. But I come on here and often see that people relish the times when they could play games like FF9 and the earlier titles. It may just be nostalgia, but I wanted to just get an opinion from you guys as to what you think FF games are lacking in this new modern era of gaming.
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User Info: kupo1705

kupo1705
3 years ago#2
2000+ includes IX and onward, who each have different problems.

User Info: LuBu1975

LuBu1975
3 years ago#3
I voted other and by that i mean a world map. Apart from that i see nothing wrong with modern FF. Tbh it isn't a big deal for me. I just think a world map like Ni No Kuni would be nice in a game like XIII.
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