In certain games, do you ever get so annoyed with particular beasts/monsters that you wish developers would just cut them out? Well, in the latest Final Fantasy installment, Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII, you can do that.
You mean, like when a game only has a limited number of a certain type of monster and they don't re-spawn after you kill them? Sounds pretty innovative to me! /s
just like squarenix is causing its AAA titles to go extinct with the release of more mediocre games like the FFXIII trilogy
I wish we could make ffxiii go extinct.
I shall cause the entire bestiary to go extinct. muahahaha!
Theyve been doing this with ff 15 for 9 years
If there are Marlboros in this game, they will become extinct. And Tonberrys.
And Cactaurs! Those things hurt too much :(
This reminds of the bison in RDR. lol
After all the controversy, I kept reading "Beasts" as "Breasts." And I found myself thinking, "Who the hell would want to make breasts extinct? I mean, sure, I like em smaller, but still..." Then I looked up and saw it was "Beasts." Imagine my relief. After reading the article, it seems interesting. On some levels, it sounds a little disappointing, as it means there's a finite number of monsters to fight, and thus you can only grind so much. But I like the concept of The Last One, and how it'll be harder to kill and yield better rewards when defeated. And with the game being one of a race against time, it won't have the same feel. Can't quite explain it, but I think it'll work out alright. Looking forward to it.
Usually there is around 350 range of monsters in FF games. I wouldn't be suprised its some crazy number you have to kill on certain monsters. Like kill 15,000 on one monster to become extinct. And it might not be possible in the first play through because of time limit. You have to finish it in NG+.
You've got the gist of my feeling. That certain abilities and items require the use of the limited quantity of "Time" you have means you probably won't be able to pull off taking everything out in one gameplay. And yeah, it's entirely possible that there could be pretty high numbers on many species, especially the lower-tier ones. Honestly, I'm more concerned about the story than anything else, and I'm not all that worried about that, either.
Oops, I thought you said breasts could become extinct! I panicked there for a second.
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