ffxv combat is gorgeous.

1 : Anonymous2021/08/07 19:06 ID: ozza5g
ffxv combat is gorgeous.
2 : Anonymous2021/08/07 19:09 ID: h834jsx

This was my favorite title when it released.

Even w its initial bugs and frame rate issues

Absolutely loved the game , even cried during the ending.

ID: h83gw1l

Me too man. First game to ever make me cry

ID: h83zj4s

Seeing the world of people I liked and wanted to see more of in ruins hit me weird . Like when you come out of the cave and see everything is fucked you just know all those people you saw are dead

3 : Anonymous2021/08/07 20:40 ID: h83fp45

It's a really fun game. I love both turn based and real time combat for RPGs. They really nailed it for this one.

4 : Anonymous2021/08/07 22:23 ID: h83s4dv

I loved FFXV although I did play the Royal Edition. Not sure I'd have liked it if I'd paid for it at release.

5 : Anonymous2021/08/07 23:08 ID: h83xhiy

I played this finally on the Series X. SSD really makes all the fast traveling a breeze.

I very much enjoyed the combat and bromance stuff. Combat graphics are the best I’ve seen in any game too.

I also felt like they did Chocobos a solid here. They were tons of fun to hop and glide around, skid corners etc.

I didn’t care for boob job cindy, or the actual plot. But I felt like that was beside the point. Which of you think about it…is a lot of final fantasy games.

Edit - also the only game that respects darkness. Whether it’s dungeons or night traveling. It’s actually dark.

6 : Anonymous2021/08/07 19:10 ID: h834lxs

FF as a series lost me when they stopped doing turn-based combat. I agree it does look fantastic, but it just aint my cup of tea.

ID: h8390d7

ATB was ok (FF 4-6, etc)

For realtime I like Monster Hunter. Or bloodborne etc.

ID: h840aye

Love turn base. Just a better overall experience

7 : Anonymous2021/08/07 19:47 ID: h8399ez

They put so much time into making it pretty they forgot to make it good.

ID: h83z0n2

Tabata said in an interview that he designed it for older players, like himself, who have trouble inputting complicated button combos. It's meant to create the same cinematic experience of a great Witcher or Bloodborne player with a very low skill requirement (i.e., hold 'attack' and occasionally tap 'warp' to win). It's not very fun, but it is a deliberate choice.

When the game's launch disclaimer says "A Final Fantasy for Fans and First-Timers", the "Fans" in mind range all the way back to people who were in their 20s and 30s when FF1 released on the Famicom in 1987.

8 : Anonymous2021/08/07 23:32 ID: h84076y

Button mashing. Hard pass. Enjoyed the old style. Thinking.

9 : Anonymous2021/08/07 22:54 ID: h83vt7v

I wish I liked the game, played up until the Cerberus boss but couldn't get myself to care enough to finish it.

Didn't love the combat, wasn't invested in the characters, really did not like the antagonist. Really lovely graphics though, it's what kept me going really.

10 : Anonymous2021/08/07 19:58 ID: h83an08

The combat is the only thing decent in this game. I've been forcing myself to play through it. These douchebags are soo freaking annoying.

ID: h83d6d3

I love them. I am taking forever to play through though. I joke that I’m playing it in real-time.


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