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Final Fantasy X Then And Now: Has The Game Changed, Or Have I?

"It’s funny how much we change."
-PSLS comparing Final Fantasy X on PS2 to its remaster not just on a game level, but on a personal level in light of the 12 years that have passed in between releases.

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Retard960d ago

You're going to cry when you meet the end again.

cyphertech960d ago

That zelda ass picture is so distracting. I feel like I see a link to it in every story. For me, FF games get better with time not worse. FFX aged well for me.

LAWSON72960d ago

Yes it is quite distracting lol.

LAWSON72960d ago (Edited 960d ago )

I was 7 years old when I first played FFX and I only made it to Kilika Island above and got stuck on the boss there. I returned two years later and got to the part Mushroom Rock, then again a year later and made it to Defender X. I have had a rough history with FFX because I was never good enough or understood how to properly play the game. I played it last year emulated on PC and it was a pretty smooth run with hardly any grinding. I thought FF13 was harder lol.

This is probably complaints about how JRPGs seem like they are not what they used to be and about how they dont compare to newer western games but I never had that kind of experience. I love the traditional JRPG and even ones with newer faster paced battle systems x because IMO they are quite refreshing in todays fairly stale market. (It was kind of long so TL;DR and the quote about the PSVita version looking better than 1080p with very good AA is laughable)

I had a similar experience with KH1 and I always got stuck on the giant lizard on Tarzans world. I was really bad at JRPGs when I was young, except Pokemon which may have depth but is extremely easy for anyone to play. The more I play FF a (and KH) the more I notcie and the more I enjoy them. I know how the games work and usually I manage to beat bosses on first attempts with small amount of grinding or none at all. This allows me to focus on everything else and smaller details

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