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Re: E3 announcements 2015

Postby matt » 16 Jun 2015, 07:41

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Re: E3 announcements 2015

Postby EviL Ras » 16 Jun 2015, 13:42



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Re: E3 announcements 2015

Postby scarbunny » 17 Jun 2015, 12:16

Final Fantasy 7 Remake sounds interesting. But £42.85 (according to ShopTo)!!!!!!!!! for a 18 year old game that isn't even the best Final Fantasy?
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Re: E3 announcements 2015

Postby Johnmcl7 » 17 Jun 2015, 23:44

What is the best Final Fantasy, one of the 2D ones?
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Re: E3 announcements 2015

Postby scarbunny » 18 Jun 2015, 09:51

Personally, and its a very unpopular opinion, 12 is the best but that is possibly down to it seeing me through my recovery after my bike accident and the massive amount of opiate based pain killers I was on when I played through it properly. However 8 & 9 are both better than 7, I think there is a lot of nostalgia surrounding 7. Don't get me wrong I like FF7, as a child I spent 100s of hours in it grinding my levels, maxing out my summons, messing with materia combinations to try and get interesting effects. Saving my lunch money and going hungry to buy a magazine with a mini guide on the front. The endless unwinnable fight against Emerald Weapon. It's probably the Final Fantasy I put the most time into but I still don't think its the best.

Having said all that maybe that's why it deserves a remake? I just wish I was 13 again with all the time in the world to play it. I assume the £40+ price point is just a place holder for when a real price and release date is set?
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Re: E3 announcements 2015

Postby Tappy » 20 Jun 2015, 11:41

EviL Ras wrote:(to be fair, this just makes me want to play syndicate wars again!)


Syndicate or Syndicate Wars? Didn't take to Syndicate Wars, thought the original was much better. But I was young and foolish. See there's a Kickstarted spiritual successor to Syndicate Wars? https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/5l ... lite-reign

Anyway, E3, thought Doom looked fantastic. Won the show for me. And I wouldn't even say I'm a Doom fan. I couldn't even play Doom 3 because it was too scary.
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Re: E3 announcements 2015

Postby Johnmcl7 » 25 Jun 2015, 00:18

Tappy wrote:Anyway, E3, thought Doom looked fantastic. Won the show for me. And I wouldn't even say I'm a Doom fan. I couldn't even play Doom 3 because it was too scary.


Same here, I'm really looking forward to the new Doom - they apparently completely binned what they'd been working on which was apparently a semi-realistic shooter along the lines of Call of Duty and instead went back to the game's roots - I liked this slightly modified version of the gameplay video:



I don't know how they went so wrong with Doom3, I have played through the game and its expansion but never been able to go back and play it again as it's a case of go into room, wait for enemy to trigger behind you, get killed by enemy, reload save, prepare for enemy to spawn in etc. I assume the problem was they were wanting to sell the game as a tech demo as well so it had very fancy lighting but it came at a huge cost as each level section was generally very small made up of tight corridors and mostly small rooms.

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