I hate this game.

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User Info: Reaper_ExE

Reaper_ExE
4 years ago#41
I guarantee, you delve deep enough into ff11's story, and you will change your mind about it... jsyk, I spent 3 years on that game, Elvaan Warrior from San d'Oria, once I finished ZM10, I was so amazed that I went and did the other nations
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User Info: EDarien

EDarien
4 years ago#42
Reaper_ExE posted...
I guarantee, you delve deep enough into ff11's story, and you will change your mind about it... jsyk, I spent 3 years on that game, Elvaan Warrior from San d'Oria, once I finished ZM10, I was so amazed that I went and did the other nations


Oh, I never knocked the game. XI's only problem, for me, was that I was left to soloing/PuG quests and mobs back when the game first came out, also my rig wasn't very good so that was slightly an issue, too. I even addressed that they might have improved some of that. It's not XI that I have an issue with, merely that the same point of "last true" can be said of just about all of them for one reason or another.

I liked the way the game played, for the most part. I'd planned on trying a whole host of jobs, though I wasn't too keen on them turning the Dragoon into a pet/Hunter class :( but still. I also thought it was a neat idea to have one character that can change between jobs, instead of having to level many different characters. Though, I feel it was only done to offset their "pay more for additional characters" system instead of just letting us make like 5-10 characters.

Regardless, I will look more into the story. It was a fun game, if not a little grindy playing solo on a crap machine, back when it first came out. The world was huge, though. I remember that, too. I remember being very impressed with just how big everything felt.
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User Info: SlipSkull

SlipSkull
4 years ago#43
You're saying you don't like his movements!?
If it was one thing I liked about this game it's Connor's movement.

I can tell they definitely consulted some traceurs about the characters movements.
Being a practitioner of parkour, I was giddy when I first saw Connor precision jump to a treebranch, speed vault over a wall and actually do a proper lazy vault.

I was like wha!? He's actually use real parkour techniques!? This is cray cray!

Now if only a developer can make a revamp of Free Running from the PS2
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User Info: Mister_Spyker

Mister_Spyker
4 years ago#44
From: Pootbird | #005
While I'm disappointed that the assassin order influence in America was "weak" and by that I mean
No dress code
No real power in America
Your not really even an assassin, just a Mohawk with assassin abilities.

Umm, just look at 2012, it was even worse than in Connor's time.
Dear lord, Spyker just ripped his entire life apart in nothing more than a few paragraphs. Ouch... - RexSilver

User Info: SlipSkull

SlipSkull
4 years ago#45
Mister_Spyker posted...
From: Pootbird | #005
While I'm disappointed that the assassin order influence in America was "weak" and by that I mean
No dress code
No real power in America
Your not really even an assassin, just a Mohawk with assassin abilities.

Umm, just look at 2012, it was even worse than in Connor's time.


I know right, they were basically all just hackers and data thieves by the time Desmond's around.
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