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    Developers!!! STOP MAKING GAMES FOR HD CONSOLES

    in Gaming Discussion on 17 May 2010

    Self-control is your friend ,kingofwale. There is going to be even more games of high quality later this year, so it's going to get worse. Or for some of us that don't buy too many games per gen, better :)I'll probably just focus on the Nintendo line-up and Versus XIII for the rest of the gen....

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    When will you give up video gaming? (If ever?)

    in Gaming Discussion on 12 May 2010

    Tough to say. Not too long ago my interest level in games dropped pretty far because of a lack of J-RPGs. I just can't play much of anything else for too long; I can enjoy other RPGs and genres for a period, but then after I beat them (with the exception of Nintendo games and some other Japanese developers) they lose their drive factor. Personally, I think games are too sequenced these days...

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    Barack Obama Has a point - Hear me out! !

    in Gaming Discussion on 10 May 2010

    axumblade said:People need to learn how to practice self-control. Everyone has antisocial days, weeks, months. Days, weeks and even months... It's ok to be antisocial if you don't have a job that involves much interaction with people (if any), but the problem is that most of the best jobs out there involve a lot of interactivity and/or teamwork.  Having antisocial weeks or...

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    You can only pick 3 of the following.

    in Gaming Discussion on 28 April 2010

    High Replay ValueHigh Quality StoryHigh Quality MusicSome thoughts:So far this generation has had the best overall intuitive gameplay of any generation, but I have found very few games this gen that are worth giving serious playthroughs after I have completed everything in it. The gameplay can be amazing, but if the game doesn't have a design quality that gives a constant purposeful satisfaction...

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    《Final Fantasy VII Resurrection》 Poster!!!

    in Sony Discussion on 18 January 2010

    Hahaha. That's awesome!...

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    What are some Bad plot twist that annoy you?

    in Gaming Discussion on 16 January 2010

    None of them annoy me, because I just try to enjoy the game and not over think. But if I had to choose one I guess it could be where the main villain's motive is revealed and it's to *gasp* destroy/rule/take over the world!! And I don't mean that you could summarize that the villain is trying to take over/destroy the world (there are a lot of villains that have that as a summary, but it doesn't...

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    Is there such a thing as "middle core"?

    in Gaming Discussion on 16 January 2010

    jarrod said:Yeah, we used to call them "casual". If you played mostly GTA, Madden or console FPS last gen you were "casual". Final Fantasy was an RPG for "casuals". GTA, Madden, FPS's and the FF series are definitely not casual games though.  They're mainstream, but that's not synonomous with being casual; just well known.   I doubt you could present them to any senior...

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    Is there such a thing as "middle core"?

    in Gaming Discussion on 16 January 2010

    I guess you could call them the average gamer. You won't find them on websites like this one or IGN and Gamespot. ...

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    The Seraphim guy in my Avatar > Sephiroth...

    in Sony Discussion on 31 December 2009

    Me>You is basically what this topic is trying to say....

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    Wired FFXII review, not so good.

    in Gaming Discussion on 24 December 2009

    Now that I look at it.FF games are sort of like the band Tool. Not in every way, but in a lot of ways. They all have a similar core in how the games/music are/is played (one way or the other). But sometimes you have to play/listen to the game/music a few times before you break into it and realize how much you like it over time. Plus a lot of their games/tracks are different from each other in...

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    Final Fantasy XIII disappointing?

    in Gaming Discussion on 20 December 2009

    Mirson said: Luney Tune said: "Criticism of blockbuster RPG Final Fantasy XIII has rapidly mounted, with the initial observation that the game is almost comically linear giving way to a litany of further dissatisfactions, many quite unavoidable even for the game's many staunch defenders. A digest of criticism from 2ch: The whole game is completely linear until halfway through...

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    Final Fantasy XIII disappointing?

    in Gaming Discussion on 19 December 2009

    Yeah, right now there is a lot of bitching on the GameFAQs FF13 forum.There are the people that say they have played the game and hate it's linearity and lack of towns. But while they may have played the whole game, I doubt they did it without expecting everything to come their way.You need an open and positive mind to adjust to a new FF game. If you can manage to do just that, you may find any...

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    Why is FF7's shocking moment considered the most shocking *spoilers*

    in Gaming Discussion on 17 December 2009

    twesterm said: swyggi said: twesterm said:   1. You asked me why, I pointed you to the description. 2. Fine, the woman doesn't die.  Lets just say she's hit by a bus and the kid still screams "mommy" in a blood curdling pitch.  Or are you just trying to say that reading about a death in a newspaper has no emotions attached like an obituary or...

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    Why is FF7's shocking moment considered the most shocking *spoilers*

    in Gaming Discussion on 17 December 2009

    twesterm said: swyggi said:FFVI's take on emotional direction is more like the second bus example above. Rather than just relying on your being so attached to your characters and then shoving death in your face, they just do so much more to tug on those heart strings. You say all the emotional parts are wasted in the first half of the game, and while I agree the first half is...

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    Why is FF7's shocking moment considered the most shocking *spoilers*

    in Gaming Discussion on 17 December 2009

    twesterm said: swyggi said: twesterm said: swyggi said:   I've played FFVI several times over.   To sympathize on a relative human level (ex: car crash victims, burnt victims, etc) you don't need to be too attached, but to really feel for a character on a personal level you do need those interactions and it is ESSENTIAL that you know the...

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    Why is FF7's shocking moment considered the most shocking *spoilers*

    in Gaming Discussion on 17 December 2009

    FFVI's take on emotional direction is more like the second bus example above. Rather than just relying on your being so attached to your characters and then shoving death in your face, they just do so much more to tug on those heart strings. You say all the emotional parts are wasted in the first half of the game, and while I agree the first half is better, the second half is where you learn so...

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    Why is FF7's shocking moment considered the most shocking *spoilers*

    in Gaming Discussion on 17 December 2009

    twesterm said: swyggi said:   I've played FFVI several times over.   To sympathize on a relative human level (ex: car crash victims, burnt victims, etc) you don't need to be too attached, but to really feel for a character on a personal level you do need those interactions and it is ESSENTIAL that you know the character well before then. Would you break...

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    Why is FF7's shocking moment considered the most shocking *spoilers*

    in Gaming Discussion on 17 December 2009

    twesterm said: swyggi said: twesterm said: Edouble24 said:The way it was done is shocking. Aeris dies and does NOT come back. She seemed to be the main love interest in the game and the primary party healer with no replacement. Sephiroth also destroyed an entire village in the same exact game, killing Cloud's mother and Tifa's father, yet it's not as big of a deal...

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    Why is FF7's shocking moment considered the most shocking *spoilers*

    in Gaming Discussion on 17 December 2009

    twesterm said: Edouble24 said:The way it was done is shocking. Aeris dies and does NOT come back. She seemed to be the main love interest in the game and the primary party healer with no replacement. Sephiroth also destroyed an entire village in the same exact game, killing Cloud's mother and Tifa's father, yet it's not as big of a deal because we didn't spend any time with them. We...

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    Why is FF7's shocking moment considered the most shocking *spoilers*

    in Gaming Discussion on 17 December 2009

    Not this again..It's simple, how can we give a crap about a kindgom in FFVI where we aren't introduced to anyone on a personal level. We didn't know Cyan on a personal level before that, and we never got to know his family well enough. Why should anyone care? There's no substantial backing for that.It's not what happens, it's how it happens. Keep that in mind.You got to know Aeris throughout...

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