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I can't argue that. ; ) I just wish there had been a way to make him strong. If anyone that has played with him knows the secret, let me know. My thanks to RPGuy for teaching me how to make Hope awesome.
That is why they have different kinds of characters (in all games), so there is someone that everyone can like. To this day hubby hates Hope. I haven't a clue why.
I'm not huge on Hope myself. But I didn't get that far so I imagine he must have grown up somewhere through the story. Maybe after I beat Hyrule Warriors (And by beat I mean get tired of grinding) I'll give 13 another try.
So I just finished "Ori and the Blind Forest". They've got a deal with Microsoft, so it's only available on PC and Xbone at the moment, unfortunately, but if you can play it, I can't recommend it enough. Great art, great music, surprisingly great challenge for a game that looks so pretty, too.
So I'm reading through some comments here and there on reviews of FFXV, and people are actually saying that they haven't experienced great moments in a FF series in a long time, until they played through the demo and summoned Ramuh. A lot of people are seeming to see this as what a lot of FF fans have been waiting for. I honestly don't think SE is going to fuck this up.
I could say something about not counting domestic fowl before they hatch, but honestly I want it to do well. I want it to be a return to great Final Fantasy, but I'm afraid for me it's too little too late. I just will not allow myself to get suckered in by another Final Fantasy game.
I know that feeling but after playing the demo, I have little doubt that it is going to fuck up. Also Type-0 is pretty good, not huge open world but the game is rather focused.
I don't want to be a stickler, but you're making it sound like it is going to be a screw up. You have little doubt, but it's indicating that XV is going to be nothing but a F-up.
Are you playing on the PS4, Six? Basically, I'm trying to find out if the game has any touchpad controls. That's the deciding factor between versions for me.
You don't use the touch pad for Type-0, in fifteen you use it for one thing I can't remember off the top of my head.
I honestly hate that thing so much it's a deal breaker for me. Having to do swipes on it in infamous for actions that could have been a button (like opening a door) was such an annoyance. I can tolerate it for things like map or menu navigation, but that's about it.
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