It seems Square Enix is dead serious about another sequel to Final Fantasy XIII
While Square Enix loves to tease fans that want a remake of Final Fantasy VII by either denying it's existence or remaking its opening sequence once on the PS3. It’s clear, square seems to love Final Fantasy 13 even if it's fans hates the series or even critics for that matter. Despite the hatred Square Enix is prepared to show something from the FFXIII at an event on September 1st celebrating Final Fantasy's 25th Anniversary.
It definitely looks like Final Fantasy XIII-3 is going to be officially announced because Square Enix opened up a Twitter Account called the Lightning Room. This Twitter account is what appears to be used for what ever Square has for Final Fantasy 13's new installment, buuuuuut this is the first post you will see on this Twitter Account if you can read Japanese or use Google Chrome that is.
Sooooooooooo yeaaaaah, they're really dead serious on this whole thing and I do not like it... Not one bit. Well g1s what are your thoughts?
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Me too, honestly and I know this will get a lot of flack for it but I have no problems with final fantasy 13 as a whole. People called it "Hallways the game" but ignore the fact that that shit was called FF10 and everyone loved that.
It does sound pretty cool, and I have checked out some videos of it. For what its worth, I hope it gets released and is awesome.
It seems it's mainly because of what has been shown for versus 13. Which in general looks like a more open world game, battle system like kingdom hearts only abel to swap control of party members as well as other features(hijacking enemy mechas and such) add that overall it seems versus 13 has had better presentation of itself overall.
One thing that I don't understand. I don't mean to be trolling, but it's just that everyone has now said that Square is a company that can't make any good games, I'm not one of those fans, but I understand a lot of you are out there. What's confusing me is that why does everyone think, even though Square can't make good games anymore, that FF Versus 13 will be the second coming for the company? I can see how a FF7 remake would be good for the company cause that game was an established hit. However, no one has actually played Versus 13. For all we know the game could end up being just as bad to people as FF 13 was. Personally I hope it isn't.
I enjoyed FF 13 also. Haven't had the chance to play 13-2 outside of a demo yet. Though I guess we are in the minority.
some good news would be that Square decided to hire some competent writers
Just make Versus XIII already and stop making sequels to 13
Don't start a meaningless argument.
i would rather have Versus XIII
Yea, I'm edgy because I hate mainstream reviewers. Isn't misinformation a great way to bolster an argument?
What I consider to be a viable critic is a person who has: Played the game from beginning to end, and if they have any faults can point them out specifically using either screenshots or in-game footage. I don't trust most mainstream reviewers because they can't do this, particularly IGN & Gametrailers, and also because they allow their reviews to be swayed by money. The only reviewers I do trust are those who allow community input, such Metacritic or Screwattack for example.
What would you consider to be a critic? The same dishonest people I have just mentioned?
That's the thing, if you look up a review, trailer, etc. you only get a small part of the game, not the whole thing. The best way to find out if a game is good or not, is to actually play it. Now, you don't have to purchase the game, you could rent it, borrow from a friend, etc.
I honestly thought that one was "meh". Right now, I can not remember the name of a single one of the party members. Or the antagonist. Or really what any of the characters looked like. Except for the knight dude. But still, I do not remember what his name is.
Am I being sarcastic? Is the fourth root of sixteen multiplied by eight minus two equal to fourteen?
I'm fine with this. If it truly is happening I'll buy it.
I really hope you are sarcastic.
Isn't it sad that they're making FF13-3 while not helping out with Versus XIII? Which is sad because Versus XIII is still being developed and it's been in development more than the Mass Effect Triology... 3 games, all of them great and yet this one game, no one has the slightest info of. I think Square is having some extremely horrible management going on right now, for a game that's announced in 2008, gets like 3 trailers and WE'RE 2012!
Let me lay it down for all you people who are upset. It's like this. Final Fantasy 2,3,4,5,6,7,8,and 9 all sucked ass. FFX was alright, but X-2 was way better. 11 Was a masterpiece. 12 Sucked ass also. 13 was one of the greatest games of all time, and 13-2 was even better than the original. I can't even put 14 into words. If you don't like the idea of 13-3, then you were never a Final Fantasy enthusiast to begin with.