If I’m going to finish FF XII, I need to do it in the next few days, because I just realized that this weekend is The Big One.
A skill-based Final Fantasy isn’t a bad idea, but the pacing leaves something to be desired.
I finished my contract at MGI today, which means that I finally have time to play games other than the one I’m working on.
A report of crazy goings-on in FFXI.
FFX-2 may be my favorite mainline FF game ever, if you consider it a mainline game, as opposed to a spinoff like Tactics or Chocobo Racing — distinctions which don’t really matter unless you’re a nerdy fanboy like me.
I shouldn’t find this at all interesting. Against my will, though, I’m excited.
There is a certain pleasure to be gained from seeing an already-great game evolve and improve, and that’s exactly what Square Enix has done with Final Fantasy Tactics Advance.