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    Hm...I guess that means it's not worth playing?

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    It's worth watching the cinematics on Youtube.

    Not purchasing with someones hard earned money, surrendering 20+ hours of your life to.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Silently Honest View Post
    It's worth watching the cinematics on Youtube.

    Not purchasing with someones hard earned money, surrendering 20+ hours of your life to.
    Come on, it's not that bad. I mean the graphics are nice...

    Yeah I sometimes question myself if spending that $60 was really worth it.
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    I'm having a lot of fun with it, and I think it's worth the purchase. I was somewhat disappointed with the first 20 or so hours though.
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    Sigh. I'm about 20 hours into it and love/hate the game. It gets linear and repetitive and the characters aren't anywhere as complex or interesting as they ought to be.

    This game could have turned out to be so much more. I'm disappointed. But I'm still going to finish the game and I am somewhat enjoying the game, perhaps because of the battle system.
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    It redeems itself somewhat in the last two or so chapters, but I found the whole game horribly underwhelming. I could stomach the linearity of it, but not the poorly written, underdeveloped characters. The combat's received its share of the criticism too, for being overly autonomous. I thought it was quite an interesting mechanic, but it wasn't really explored or pushed.

    It's pretty though. Particularly one cutscene near the start; if you've seen it you know the one I mean.

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    Yea. Not the greatest FF, that's for sure. Give me another FFIX please.

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    I'm amazed.. are you all adults?

    My parents are like 'KEEP YOUR PAWS OFF THE COMPUTER. STUDY. NO PLAYING ON THE COMPUTER OR WE WILL GROUND YOU!'.

    I'm surprised a lot of adults play games; which are known as 'immature' by the 'adult' group. They're boring.

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    When you grow up playing video games, you do the same in adulthood. Just like the previous gens grew up watching tv, and do the same in adulthood.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ming View Post
    I'm amazed.. are you all adults?

    My parents are like 'KEEP YOUR PAWS OFF THE COMPUTER. STUDY. NO PLAYING ON THE COMPUTER OR WE WILL GROUND YOU!'.

    I'm surprised a lot of adults play games; which are known as 'immature' by the 'adult' group. They're boring.
    Video games are just time wasters. The same as movies, television, reading fiction, taking sunday drives, or anything else that's relaxing but doesn't really "return" anything.

    What entertainment you find boring or exciting is entirely a matter of opinion. Me, I love a good story in game or book format, but I never have inclination to watch tv and rarely to go see a movie.

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