In the final entry of this mini-series about the decline of Final Fantasy, Stephen from Leviathyn looks at how Final Fantasy XV and a VII remake could revitalize the franchise.
I hope it lives up to my personal level of hype, which is pretty damn high I have to say. I just want it to be like FF1-9(I preferred open worldish to 10), disregarding the battle system I would like everything else back. The story seems good so far, but thats just trailers. Either way so far it looks to have an excellent: Mood Art Music Characters Combat Cinematics(As per usual in an FF, this time though they are part of the gameplay) Graphics We've been told more but haven't seen it yet. Open world is returning, Chocobo's, vehicles including airships, summons(Leviathan in the trailer was actually one) and more. The game is said to be like FF7 gameplay wise(except battle system being KH like). Which is a good thing to me.
I think the entire tone of the game looks great. The setting, characters, all of it. At this point, though, I can't help but hold some reservations. I seriously hope they're laid to rest when XV releases.
It'll get there. Square just have 1 rule to follow. "Everything we did last gen do this gen. Just completely opposite."
FF 14 ARR is quite good. In regards to offline FF, they need to get back to the roots of making a JRPG instead of doing a FF RPG that tries to be western.
Not trying to toot my own horn here, but that was a focal point of Part I of this series. If you missed it and care to read it, here's a link: http://leviathyn.com/?p=678... As far as XIV, I haven't played it (or XI). Not a big MMO guy, but I hear it's great.
I'm so in love with ff14 since playing the beta...they've still got it
Yes it can, Bravely Default is an exemple of that.
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