"Square Enix's upcoming MMO Final Fantasy XIV features a character editor that can be described as robust - with emphasis on bust."
I still just want to see how much creativity they are offering this time around versus what was given in XI. I want to at least play around with it rather than just read about it :(
well Mithras/Manthras were a major hit. would have been stupid NOT to put this in
It SOUNDS like it's much better then XI's clone mania character creation. But it still remains to be see how many options on each part of the body you will have. If it's just a few for each it's kinda pointless as we will once again see a million and a half clones.
nothin bust about this , pretty lame if you ask me, still think soul calibur 4 character creator is one of the best there is a console game
with this here vidya game. I'm currently playing through JPN-PS3 FFXIII
then robust it is!!
nice post chris
Thanks there Miiikkkeee...
Lol title FTW! Japs love boobies.
Men love boobies. Most men anyway. Generally, I prefer mine not made of pixels though. Generally...
Not even gonna beat around the bush. I want this game. Bad.
Will they be jiggleboned?
Those are actually pretty small for SE. Usually they are giant, just not Team Ninja giant.
Great. Every online game should give you the opportunity to abundantly customize your character. Looks like a huge improvement over FFXI.
Well sadly anything would be a improvement over FFXI. The game had so few options it was laughable. I mean I love the game and have been playing it going on 6 years now but I HATE seeing people who look like my character every 10 seconds. Hopefully this time around that won't be a issue. But really we can't say for sure until the Beta comes out and we see just how much there is to mess around with.
SE has already given us enough to show how much more customization there will be. I'm pretty damn sure you won't be too disappointed.
Sounds like I'll get frustrated trying to make myself, cause there's never enough sliders to ever do it accurately. I wonder if this game will really take off on PS3, now that we got the hard drive and online standard. SE could budget price this game or even eventually give it out free with monthly subscriptions.
Look like the same bust sizes to me.
I can't wait for a game, particularly a MMO, where we would NOT necessarily see the female characters' belly... Not that I don't like that, but that would be a huge step forward in character design innovation :-P
Well different cultures have different tastes...in some the belly region is attractive whilst others (in the USA) its desirable to cover it up.
U think they will keep the same pricing scheme...
Most likely... I'm hearing stuff about Wada wanting to introduce microtransactions too... if that's the case I won't be playing XIV, as much as I loved XI.
@13.1 So far they've stated that they don't want to include a cash shop that gives some players huge advantages. A cash shop full of potions and cosmetic addons though? You'd be silly to not play a game because of something so trivial.
The flopbox cannot handle breast creation. It would need separate discs, for just for each funbag. I'm going to wipe my ass with the collective bot tongues after a robust mexican meal consisting of high protein beans, spicy soft tacos and bowel dissolving chili-peppers. PS3 fo life.
If they bounce when running then we can talk, if they are solid like implants..well not so nice but good eye candy. I played an MMORPG from Korea and all the female characters had amazingly huge breast action. You can't stop but rotate the screen and look... and look some more... ok fine take screen shots!!! *wipe the drool off while you're at it* Now if the battle system is better than XI and you don't need a freaking party to kill one regular mob then I'm in.
You don't need a party for leveling. It'll be better for you, but you can solo the whole game. Even just going through the story should level you up without tons of mindless grinding.
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