It's the best thing to do. Don't freak out, don't lose your minds, don't scream and shout and complain; just ignore it and cultivate hope for the future.
The only future Final Fantasy has now lies in Versus XIII. If that bombs, I will drop the series and not pick up another one, save for a miracle entry later on that everyone agrees is as good as the older games. FFXIII and XIII-2 were decent RPGs, but to continue them is utter nonsense at this point when it's obvious fans want the series to move on...
So the 2.6 million people that bought ff13-2 want the XIII series to end? The thing you need to understand is that you are in the minority when it comes to disliking the newer FF titles. So me and other true FF fans will continue to buy and support the ff series.
lol wut? I guarantee that when Versus drops it out sells 13-2. Those that enjoy the whole FF13 fiasco are definitely in the minority. And I'm pretty sure REAL FF fans would rather have Versus and/or FFXV over a 13-3,4,5 any day lmao!
I am sick and tired of the f*cking "Lemmings" game. Well over ten times the number of people who bought and played FF13-2 went to the theater and saw the second Star Wars trilogy movies, bought the DVDs, and that doesn't change the fact that they're pieces of overproduced sh*t. Especially compared to the original movies.
I respect your opinion Mika, I really do... However you have to understand that people who like the XIII series and want it to continue are the minority. Not fans like me... It's why XIII-2 sold substantially less than the original, despite being a better game. I've been around since FF1. I played all the way through the earliest Final Fantasy's on the Nintendo back in the day. XIII like I said is a good RPG, but nowhere near what a Final Fantasy SHOULD be.
Square-enix says this is Lightnings last game. Not FF13. So i will laugh to see ff fans reaction when they come out with ff13-4 continuing other charaters story^^.
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