Because it's the best chapter in the game. People say it's too long, but really all the other chapters were just too short. The story missions can all be beaten in less than 13 hours. It switched up the combat by forcing you to use the ring of the lucii. That took some getting use to but it wasn't impossible or even overly difficult. It had the most important story elements too. All of that made chapter 13 the best chapter in the game tbh.
Easy is a relative term. What standard are you using? 8th gen difficulty standards, 5th gen difficulty standards? If it's 5th gen we're gonna be in for one heck of a game LOL.
Loving it. Finally a good Samurai game. Now for a good Ninja game like Tenchu.
Baiken is back and she looks boss.
Clearly Sony. The Scorpio won't sell unless it has software which it doesn't look like it does. We'll wait til e3 to see though.
Japan making the comeback.
People are justified in expressing their opinions on whatever they like, whether it's positive or negative.
Medievil Tenchu Ape Escape and Syphon Filter for me.
There'd better be a collectors edition.
Artemis for sure. Beast boy would be interesting but difficult to implement. I'd like to see bumblebee too.
I was 100% certain kotaku would be the source of this nonsense, but I was wrong...
Lol somehow I knew it would come to this. Oh well, 2017 will still be lit on ps4.
Heck yea. I put about 140 hours into it.
Xv is my favorite but then again I only played like 4 of them. And I only completed 1 of them. Ffxv.
The story did have many issues but it wrapped up pretty nicely. That last camp scene had me tearing up :(
Do that for sure.
I still charge up the vita to play Shinobido 2. Launch title still my fave vita game.
Ffxv is my fave.
Im loving Ffxv. It's certainly not your father's final fantasy but it is enjoyable.
True. Everyone complained about chapter xiii but it was actually the best chapter in the game. Had the most important story details and it required more skill.
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