Bacon
bacon41
Oct 15
20

This game is so good that I wish I could re-live it over and over, but with no memory of it from my previous play. 

Sep 7
1

It’s a very important part to this games narrative. And a big part of why I liked it so much.
Everyone always complained the characters were dull, flat, bland, whiney. But I always tried to picture it from their perspective in the story.
Hope is literally a child, Lightning has her reasons to be so cold and harsh Read more

Sep 6
1

I have a very similar story from earlier this year. I got really into backwards compatibility on the XBONE and decided I would restart and actually finish FFXIII. I stopped back in the day at what I now know to be about 80% of the way through. This time I made it to the final boss and after a few very frustrating Read more

Sep 6
1

it’s been approximately 20 hours of gameplay, and I’m well into disk 2 when I suddenly come up against a boss named Barthandelus Read more

Sep 6
1

I thought 13 was fine. Keeping in line with other final fantasies that tries something different. Some of them come into their own later on in life. Final Fantasy 12 was the biggest borefest when it came out, but 3 years ago I played it again and it was incredible. I now own that for multiple systems and going to buy Read more

Sep 6
1

I had the same experience with FF8. I borrowed it knowing my friend misplaced the last disc but I expected it to resurface when I get to disc 4. Well, it never resurfaced and I just stopped playing. Years later I bought the bestseller version for cheap but by that time PS2 already came out and I just couldn’t stand Read more

Sep 6
1

This article swayed me. On one hand i found the writing and story very boring and underbaked when it first came out, and i still tote these as reasons for not wanting to finish it.

Then again 8 years ago i was 23, and I. KNEW. EVERYTHING. I knew how to fix the world, i knew i was the best human to ever be a human ever, Read more

Sep 6
1

I had a hard time adjusting to the hybrid real-time/turn based combat system when FF XII came out. I stopped playing the game pretty quickly and it’s my biggest gaming regret ever (if I actually had time in my life for such a thing). Read more

Sep 5
2

Thanks, mine was still far from perfect, but for the first attempt not so bad. In the end it’s really hard to be patient, I did my anko around midnight, so I wanted to go sleep so bad, but you have to fight the urge to finish it early. I’ll probably try again by the end of this week, maybe look on how to make daifuku Read more

Jul 2 2019
3

Aw, this was a great story. FFXIII is one my all-time favorites, so I can totally relate. I’m generally not much into JRPGs myself much these days, but I think the graphics are gorgeous, and the battle system is a real blast once you start figuring out how to strategize the Paradigm Shifts. Also, Lightning is one of Read more

Jun 26 2019
5

I loved the active battle system, especially the paradigm shift mechanic once I got the hang of it. And while the first 10 chapters were on rails, Gran Pulse is such an incredible open-world environment that I couldn’t put down the controller. Read more

Jun 25 2019
12

People hate on ff13 for the weirdest reasons while lauding 9 and 10 as favorites (games I think are far far worse than 13). By 9 and 10 I felt the battle system had gotten incredibly stale and i was uninterested in a new level up system, while mostly maintaining the same battle format. I came late to the 13 party Read more

Oct 13 2017
2

If horror anime taught me anything, then it’s not to run from the stairs with an umbrella...

Sep 25 2017
3

That may be technically true, but if you’re watching Gintama just for the plot, you’re watching for the wrong reasons.

Sep 15 2017
1

Girls und Panzer is the shit, man. It somehow manages to strike the perfect balance between harmless fun and serious and engaging tank-based war tactics. Plus there’s motherfucking TANKDRIFTING!!1!