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no gundams is a great concept, i didn't know those japanese devs had it in em to resist their fetish



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Ka-pi96 said:
Xxain said:

Everybody has their pedantic moments. In a thread about Noaki Yoshida and his team, who were in charge of turning 14 around to what it is today, one should assume we mean the reborn version,as he was not in charge of the 1.0.  No need for that distinction.

When there's a chance to have a pop at SE for their incompetence, it's always needed!

And I've no idea who Yoshida is.

Yoshida got in charge of the FF14 team after the bad launch. He had the task to fix the issues. While his team patched a few of the many problems, they made a plan to reset the whole game, because they noticed the bad was in a situation where they would not be able to fix all problems within years. So Yoshida told his supervisors his plans, and they agreed. The new FF14 team wrote an apocylyptic scenario for the story and used this events to reset the whole game. When the servers went online again with "Realm Reborn", the game ran without big problems (If I remember right they changed the engine) and became a huge success. 

Yoshida was brave enough to follow an idea with high risk and reboot an expensive project instead of fixing bugs and problems for years. He is very popular within the community, too. 



Xxain said:
JuliusHackebeil said:

You should play Final Fantasy 12. Final Fantasy 12 has story that feels like it was written by someone who used books and movies as an inspiration vs anime/Manga. I also still think FF12 is the benchmark for the series. Very slow beginning but once it starts it does not stop. You should also play FF14 as supposedly it also has a great story. 

Again FF16 is not being by BD1 which has the 2 terrible writers (Toriyama, Nomura)

I guess that makes me a bit more hopeful for XVI. And a really need to make time to play XII. So many people say it is outstanding. Thanks for the recommendation.



JuliusHackebeil said:
Xxain said:

You should play Final Fantasy 12. Final Fantasy 12 has story that feels like it was written by someone who used books and movies as an inspiration vs anime/Manga. I also still think FF12 is the benchmark for the series. Very slow beginning but once it starts it does not stop. You should also play FF14 as supposedly it also has a great story. 

Again FF16 is not being by BD1 which has the 2 terrible writers (Toriyama, Nomura)

I guess that makes me a bit more hopeful for XVI. And a really need to make time to play XII. So many people say it is outstanding. Thanks for the recommendation.

I have a few issues with it and would recommend go in with certain expectations.
-combat lacks active involvement. Its 90% pre strategy.
-story is very political and lacks personal investment from main cast. 
-The script although amazingly performed and written, is based on old english and doesn't hold back on how far they go with. Difficult to understand sometimes.

All in all, loved it :)



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Otter said:
JuliusHackebeil said:

I guess that makes me a bit more hopeful for XVI. And a really need to make time to play XII. So many people say it is outstanding. Thanks for the recommendation.

I have a few issues with it and would recommend go in with certain expectations.
-combat lacks active involvement. Its 90% pre strategy.
-story is very political and lacks personal investment from main cast. 
-The script although amazingly performed and written, is based on old english and doesn't hold back on how far they go with. Difficult to understand sometimes.

All in all, loved it :)

You mad me want it more :) l

While I very much like active combat, it is not a must have as long as I can spend hours in the menue fine-tuning my strategy. And political and old english sounds really good.

I once tried XII but did not get into it. This was at a time where my english wasn't good enough for such endevours.

Now I wish I had more time for games. Still need to finish so many others. Next gen often starts slow. So perhaps I get lucky on years end and treat myself to XII.



JuliusHackebeil said:
Otter said:

I have a few issues with it and would recommend go in with certain expectations.
-combat lacks active involvement. Its 90% pre strategy.
-story is very political and lacks personal investment from main cast. 
-The script although amazingly performed and written, is based on old english and doesn't hold back on how far they go with. Difficult to understand sometimes.

All in all, loved it :)

You mad me want it more :) l

While I very much like active combat, it is not a must have as long as I can spend hours in the menue fine-tuning my strategy. And political and old english sounds really good.

I once tried XII but did not get into it. This was at a time where my english wasn't good enough for such endevours.

Now I wish I had more time for games. Still need to finish so many others. Next gen often starts slow. So perhaps I get lucky on years end and treat myself to XII.

The strategy preparation is basically one general for transversation and regular battle that you'll basically always leave there, and then depending on the boss or event you'll have to completely change your secondary setup;



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