This article at Gameplayer looks at five classic RPGs that should be brought to the Xbox Live Arcade, and examines the likelihood of that happening.
Latest flop, lolost oddysey of the many more to come.
My friend just bought LO amd he still isn't back to me on how it is. It looks decent, but its no Final Fantasy.
I figure Diablo would be a huge Coup for XBL if they could swing it past Blizzard - probably the most likely of the lot to hit XBL. I would bet that games like Daggerfall and such won't be ported... the others have as great of chance of hitting PSN and / or the Wii
'..RPGs that should be brought to the Xbox Live..' should? Should?
I don't see FFIX ever coming to XBLA...but the others may have a chance. Diablo would be a MUST-OWN for me. GREAT game!
Sakaguchi thinks FF9 is the best final fantasy huh? While that's clearly subjective, its definitely not the most popular.
Ho can Sakaguchi' sview be subjective? He made the thing.
I know right, the man Made the damn game...sheesh, if anyone that can be subjective. FF9 was a throw-back an dI did like it. It was easy though. Back to the medieval Ages of castles and such, I thought the story and the music was good. Plus the little videos they had in there was awesome.
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Get a life.
Two Things: Diablo 2 would be better than Diablo 1 (though either would be awesome) because of the online multiplayer which is perfectly suited for Live. And Final Fantasy IX is indeed the greatest Final Fantasy ever! The story is excellent, the characters are great (especially Vivi), the FMV cinematics are the most stunning in the series, the music is beautiful, the level designs and combat system are perfect, and the skill earning system the best in the series: equip a weapon, that weapon has a skill bound to it, and use it enough and eventually the skill binds to the wielder of the weapon so they have it forever, regardless of what they have equipped. That is pure brilliance and I'm ashamed with RPG makers that it's really never been done again since then.
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