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DieAppleDie said:
i dont like modern FF games
FF 4 and 7 are my favourites, i have to play 6 thats supposedly one of the best
also im the only one here who likes the different aproach they brought with FFCC series on Nintendo consoles?


FF6 is awesome, totally recommend playing the GBA version.

 

Also I loved FFCC on GameCube, didnt play any of the NDS ones that much but will look forward to it. Would be amazing if they remake the game in HD for the Wii-U *__*.



    

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BasilZero said:

FF6 is awesome, totally recommend playing the GBA version.

 

Also I loved FFCC on GameCube, didnt play any of the NDS ones that much but will look forward to it. Would be amazing if they remake the game in HD for the Wii-U *__*.

You know what would be really awesome on WiiU?

A Final Fantasy 1 remake with asynchronous controls and online play. :)



happydolphin said:
BasilZero said:

FF6 is awesome, totally recommend playing the GBA version.

 

Also I loved FFCC on GameCube, didnt play any of the NDS ones that much but will look forward to it. Would be amazing if they remake the game in HD for the Wii-U *__*.

You know what would be really awesome on WiiU?

A Final Fantasy 1 remake with asynchronous controls and online play. :)


That would be awesome *-*! They would have to do a remake of the whole storyline as well similar to what they did with FFIII.



    

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WiiBox3 said:
So I'm deep into disc 3 of FFIX. And the story has finally hooked me. Also the battles have finally become more challenging, requiring real strategy. I think all of the boss fights up to this point have been a little disappointing since when I face them, they fall rather easily without any strategy required. (This may be a good thing, since after fighting a boss you often have a long way to go afterward without a save point)

My favorite part so far was when Kuja, splits the party, sending Zidane to retrieve something for him from the lost continent. It was entertaining having all of my fighters in one party, and my magic users in another. I also liked that while Dagger is in morning she is unreliable, so you need to completely change your strategy up using her.

I just got the airship, so I can't wait to see how the world has opened up now! I am also finally becoming fond of the characters. Until now I could have cared less about any of them, it's been a slow buildup for me, but I'm sure the pay off will be worth it.


Woman, it took you to the 3rd disc to like the story D:!?

I cant wait to play the game again, loved it so much! Need to play the other 8 games before it first before I start playing it again though ;p

Opposite for me.  I stopped liking the story after the third disc started.  About halfway through the disc.



Oop de loop~

So I've decided to play all of the FF games in order (well 1-9 at least for now and a few other classics). I'm recording them as well and will be uploading them on my youtube account. 

Anyways:

Final Fantasy 1 Dawn of Souls (GBA) Playthroughhttp://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLDA6D72D8B7C9BF2E
Final Fantasy 1 Dawn of Souls (GBA) Bosseshttp://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL71E49BC0EBBBEBB7

I've also done a LP with a friend
Final Fantasy 6 Lets Play (SNES)http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL97FED01F60B96BCB

 

I've already finished FF1's storyline, working on finishing the last two Soul of Chaos dungeons and once I am done with that, I shall begin on FF2 ;)



    

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