Asking Others to Play FF

Heatman

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I think that about 90% all those whom I have invited to playing Final Fantasy game have all loved and enjoyed playing the game till today. The few that it didn't go well with actually didn't tell me the reason why they had to quit the game and I'm just not bothered about any of them because the higher number of people loved the game, that's my concern.
 
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I never had to push in the past. And people used to pick games quickly around me. But as time passed ahead, I have found out that asking others to play does not work that quickly. And that is why I don't ask others to play the game. If they want they can do it on their own. Pushing does not work and nobody likes games that way.
 

Heatman

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I never had to push in the past. And people used to pick games quickly around me. But as time passed ahead, I have found out that asking others to play does not work that quickly. And that is why I don't ask others to play the game. If they want they can do it on their own. Pushing does not work and nobody likes games that way.
As long as it's not someone close to you or a good friend or family member, it would be very hard to convince such person from playing a particular game unless they actually see you playing one and fall in love with it on the spot. Thus happened to me one day I was playing one particular game at a viewing center where I normally watch football and a guy saw me playing, he picked interest immediately and got the game for himself.
 
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I think if you are having fun playing Final Fantasy- and somebody see's that you are playing, they may be curious , then you could introduce the game to them-and also each Final Fantasy game is different so you never can tell which one would be good for the other guy. The storylines on some of these games may not be as great as the old days of Final Fantasy either, but then they may just like the characters or graphics.
 

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Graphics and the game theme background sounds/music are good appeal enticer when it comes to Final Fantasy game, it have this way of capturing people's interests and making them want to know more about the game. I have experience someone just hearing that songs and asking how to go about getting the game.
 
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I was not invited by anyone to play the game for I get to know about it when I was browsing on the internet and since then, I have never stopped playing. I have invited some couple of friends to play the game and almost all were able to join and now it's always a good time out playing with them as well.
 
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Graphics and the game theme background sounds/music are good appeal enticer when it comes to Final Fantasy game, it have this way of capturing people's interests and making them want to know more about the game. I have experience someone just hearing that songs and asking how to go about getting the game.
The graphics was one thing that captured my interest when I began playing. The truth was that I never really wanted to play but as I continue to log in to my FF account, it became quite interesting for me. This is the same reason some of the friends that I asked to join didn't want to stop playing.
 
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As long as it's not someone close to you or a good friend or family member, it would be very hard to convince such person from playing a particular game unless they actually see you playing one and fall in love with it on the spot. Thus happened to me one day I was playing one particular game at a viewing center where I normally watch football and a guy saw me playing, he picked interest immediately and got the game for himself.
Yes convincing is always hard for me. I have found that out in my life. I just can't convince people. And that had lead to some of the issues with the gaming. So I just let people decide on their own.
 
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