Joined: 20-May 05
From: On my computer.
Member No.: 14,126
No surprise RPG is in the lead. I guess no one likes racing & sports Fantasy can be two things: what we can't be and what can never be. It's like if your a driver in videogames but your not in real life. That counts as fantasy but so does being a Jedi on Lego Star Wars. Hope that clarifies fantasy... kinda.
Joined: 31-July 04
From: Europe, Netherlands
Member No.: 330
Well, so far I've only played FFVII, FFVIII and FFX (and Chronicles if you count that as part of the series). The only one I really liked, enjoyed and actually beat was VIII though. I liked FVII enough to make it near the end and even started a second playthrough, but I didn't feel the same dynamic feeling I got when playing VIII.
I guess the reason why most people like this series is because it's pretty old-school (original for that time) and most consider Squaresoft to be the grandfather of all RPGs? I know I do, but then again I'm not much of a gamer.
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