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Yes yes yes yes 14 58.33%
 
OMG 6 25.00%
 
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Kyuu said:
I have a feeling this project is gonna be something truly special. If they nail the eventual overworld, backtracking, and compatibility between the separate games, it might even be Square's first groundbreaking experience since god knows when. But that's me being stupidly hopeful.

Never stop it.

You'll get it.

I'll make LoD comeback.

We dream, we achieve.



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The Fury said:
BraLoD said:

It certainly does, when you are making comparision with games that are now based on lots of evolutions that came with learning, time and technology improvements.

It was fine back then.

I would agree if the game was overly plagued with it, but it isn't, that's just how it is.

I only properly played FF7 in 2015, and did not suffer with any of that. But of course, my favorite game in a JRPG from the very same era, so I'm really used to that kind of stuff since... well, always.

I don't think there is ever a time when I got overly frustrated with random encounters. I mean I recently played the first few missions on FF7 and think I had all of 6 or 7 random encounters. The expected for standard leveling.

My issue with modern JRPG or no random encounter games is that because it's not random you are sometimes forced to get into encounters to level, as in reality, you can just walk around the enemy and not encounter them. FF12 and 13 has this issue. 2There is a big enemy there, I'll just avoid it and go for that little one instead." Yet in FF7 in the ice caverns, that one area were Malboro spawn, I feared one popping up. Is it going to be that when you get to that section, you'll just see the malboro and just walk around it?

Both styles have their strenghts and weakness.

Random encounters can get annoying. Want to save and finish your gaming session quickly? Get past 5 random encounters first to get to the checkpoint.

In the other hand you can get underlevelled for an important fight and have to keep making enemies spawn instead of just running around to get into battles.

I love FF9 and love FF12, almost the same, for instance.



thismeintiel said:
BraLoD said:

It certainly does, when you are making comparision with games that are now based on lots of evolutions that came with learning, time and technology improvements.

It was fine back then.

I would agree if the game was overly plagued with it, but it isn't, that's just how it is.

I only properly played FF7 in 2015, and did not suffer with any of that. But of course, my favorite game in a JRPG from the very same era, so I'm really used to that kind of stuff since... well, always.

He could also play the recent port of it and turn random encounters off.

Or go play LoD and enjoy superior randomness!



BraLoD said:
thismeintiel said:

He could also play the recent port of it and turn random encounters off.

Or go play LoD and enjoy superior randomness!

Lol.  Hey, I'm right with you on the LoD remake.  I only really played about 45 mins or so of the game (never owned a copy myself), but I had fun while I did play it.  The visuals were also impressive for the time.



BraLoD said:

Both styles have their strenghts and weakness.

Random encounters can get annoying. Want to save and finish your gaming session quickly? Get past 5 random encounters first to get to the checkpoint.

In the other hand you can get underlevelled for an important fight and have to keep making enemies spawn instead of just running around to get into battles.

I love FF9 and love FF12, almost the same, for instance.

Indeed but the leveling for 12 to me, although I adore the game, is off as it felt (to me early on when playing) that you have to go out of your way to kill enemies to make sure you are leveling correctly when a random battle scenario you are usually leveling correctly because in a way, it's controlled.

Eitherway, both were better than FF13, which had a small linear area and there was no way of avoiding the enemy you were coming up against but you could see it anyway.



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I like that games have evolved from old turn based mechanics. I only go back to that if the game is really a masterpiece or short.

I love, for example, Xenoblade battle system and I love what I see on this game too.



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thismeintiel said:
BraLoD said:

Or go play LoD and enjoy superior randomness!

Lol.  Hey, I'm right with you on the LoD remake.  I only really played about 45 mins or so of the game (never owned a copy myself), but I had fun while I did play it.  The visuals were also impressive for the time.

So you didn't even see a Dragoon!



I cannot even begin to express how fucking BAD I want this game.
I just pre-ordered the deluxe edition it at EBGAMES today. BOOM! All we gotta do is wait now.



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AbbathTheGrim said:

I hope we have more cool banter and exchanges like these during battles and stuff.

The exchange would have been perfect if Barrett replied with, "I did try to get help but all I got was you".

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StreaK said:
I cannot even begin to express how fucking BAD I want this game.
I just pre-ordered the deluxe edition it at EBGAMES today. BOOM! All we gotta do is wait now.

I preordered at Amazon just yesterday.  They had the deluxe edition for $69.

BraLoD said:
thismeintiel said:

Lol.  Hey, I'm right with you on the LoD remake.  I only really played about 45 mins or so of the game (never owned a copy myself), but I had fun while I did play it.  The visuals were also impressive for the time.

So you didn't even see a Dragoon!

I take it that that refers to something more than their evolutions in battle, right? If so, unfortunately not.  I really need to play the rest of that game, either way.