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@wishingW3L Opinions man, learn what they are. I loved oldschool Final Fantasy games and going into Final Fantasy XIII was a very different experience. I've got to say, I was very impressed with the different combat system and Square trying something new. I never got into FFXII much, but FFXIII was different. The story wasn't as good as previous entries to me, but the gameplay was a nice change. Granted I wouldn't mind a revert to a classic battle system, but I really enjoyed the paradigm system. It's hard to keep selling a product that doesn't change; sure there will be a core fanbase that wants a certain something, but Square is trying to keep up with the times. Whether or not they're satisfying everyone's tastes is not something they can always satisfy.
I'm hoping for great things from Versus XIII and I thought that XIII-2 made many improvements upon XIII. I have to beat XIII-2 still, and it's high on my to-do list. I will say that Lightning Returns may still be too early in development to call out for a GOTY nomination at this point, but it will be an enjoyable game for anyone that likes the XIII universe. I didn't like FFX at first because it didn't have a world map but the more I played it, the more I loved it and it has become one of my favorite games. Everyone needs to just respect each other's opinions ffs. Is it seriously the end of the world if someone likes a game you don't? Does it satisfy you that much to negatively comment anonymously on an article on the internet? If it does, you need to reexamine your life...
4 months, 3 weeks ago on PS3A Writer’s GOTY: Final Fantasy XIII-2
You can download the client for Diablo III if you want. Personally I upgraded my MBP 15" to have two hard drives, SSD for system and HDD for storage/boot camp. My optical drive fried and seeing how often I used it (read: hardly ever) the second hard drive is way, way more useful to me. If they drop internal optical drives, I can see them coming with an external one just like the Air. Personally, I see this as a great thing.
1 year ago on Do We Still Need Optical Drives?