Do you love it or hate it?

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Youtubers are a phenomenon these days, and whether we like them or not, they are opinion leaders. So, nothing like doing our own research in more reliable sources, and ultimately, nothing like trying the game ourselves.
I don't pay any attention to their opinions ( nor anyone else's, to be completely honest, since I don't read or watch reviews ), but I sometimes watch playthroughs done by tolerable people to see if the games they are playing are any good or not. If they are, I stop watching to not spoil the game too much, as I will likely end up buying it.
 
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Hello Athanas! My vote would be on 'Love It'.

Final Fantasy X was actually the first of the Final Fantasy series I had ever played. Although I was a bit confused at first, the story line captured me and was immersive. I didn't mind having to take the time to level up just to find out what happened next. I couldn't help but want to learn more about each of the characters too, they were so well developed and unique. The graphics and visual effects were stunning as well. I would even catch myself humming the audio tracks even when I wasn't playing. I thought it was a beautifully made game. FFX is definitely a game I still have fond memories of playing, and a game I would recommend to others!
Those are very nice sentiments you have mentioned about tis game. I am sure you are a big fan of it and you will continue enjoying it every time and again
 
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I see how people here love the game. I don't see much hatred here. And rightfully so. The game is properly designed. And for the price and the gameplay. The experience is really good enough. And on that note you can see that loving films has it's set of benefits.
Overcast, there is a saying in my community that goes like this' Good stuffs sell themselves while bad one keep wandering in the streets. In relation to this game, it is a nice one hence has attracted many people towards it. That is why people love it genuinly.
 
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I don't pay any attention to their opinions ( nor anyone else's, to be completely honest, since I don't read or watch reviews ), but I sometimes watch playthroughs done by tolerable people to see if the games they are playing are any good or not. If they are, I stop watching to not spoil the game too much, as I will likely end up buying it.
lol that can happen, true. In a way, I do envy those guys who get paid to play games and stream them online. It would be my dream job, be a professional FF gamer! :D
 

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lol that can happen, true. In a way, I do envy those guys who get paid to play games and stream them online. It would be my dream job, be a professional FF gamer! :D
Who wouldn't love to be paid just for catching fun? Personally, I'm signing up for such opportunity the moment I get such chance without blinking of the eyes. Those people are the most happy people because it's my play and catch fun while we pay you :cool:.
 
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I loved it. No lie. FF10 was special. Not only did it have a plot that changed based on your choices and how well you completed missions, it also had a battle system that was just fun to play.
 

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Between Final Fantasy 10 and Final Fantasy 15, which one would you consider to more battle filled and fun? I prefer 15 over 10 in terms of fights and combat against the empire enemies.
 
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Who wouldn't love to be paid just for catching fun? Personally, I'm signing up for such opportunity the moment I get such chance without blinking of the eyes. Those people are the most happy people because it's my play and catch fun while we pay you :cool:.
Yeah, and streaming is super simple, all it requires is a stable internet connection and record our screen, and off we go. Sure, we need to be very good at the game, or else no one will be watching and tipping us. :)
 

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Yeah, and streaming is super simple, all it requires is a stable internet connection and record our screen, and off we go. Sure, we need to be very good at the game, or else no one will be watching and tipping us. :)
Definitely if one isn't very good in playing and with lots of battling skills that are magnificent, I doubt if people would be interested and impressed to see such person play. Personally, I wouldn't watch such person playing twice because it would be a complete waste of time o_O.
 
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lol that can happen, true. In a way, I do envy those guys who get paid to play games and stream them online. It would be my dream job, be a professional FF gamer! :D
Who doesn't. It seems like the best job in the world. However I think some of those guys were getting ill because they spent too much time on the pc gaming/recording, editing, uploading etc.
Not everyone can be a streamer though. You need some charisma to pull it off (and lots of screaming and swearing, if pewdiepie's "career" is anything to go by).
 
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That is always the concern with gaming or technologies, when we use them too much there is always the risk of getting addicted. I'd say get a schedule, like 8-9 hours a day tops, to avoid that.
 
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I'm more on the love side. I've known some Final Fantasy games and before playing Final Fantasy X for the first time, I know what to expect. It has satisfying combat and it also has a story that you would expect from a Final Fantasy game.
 
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Sure, it will be hard to find someone here on the community that doesn't like FF, but at the same time, FF is an excellent game, so I'd love to hear the arguments of those claiming to hate it.
 
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I don't think anyone who hates FF (but I find the idea ridiculous. Why hate a video game ? )will hang around around the FF-specific forum.
 
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That is always the concern with gaming or technologies, when we use them too much there is always the risk of getting addicted. I'd say get a schedule, like 8-9 hours a day tops, to avoid that.
Easy to avoid if you're just gaming in your spare time, but these guys are treating streaming as their job. Most big streamers upload multiple videos per day, and that takes a lot of time.
 
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Easy to avoid if you're just gaming in your spare time, but these guys are treating streaming as their job. Most big streamers upload multiple videos per day, and that takes a lot of time.
Are there many FF streamers on twitch? I haven't searched that website for FF streamers yet. So far I've only watched streams of mainstream games like CS:GO, League, DOTA 2, PUBG, and Fortnite.
 
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Are there many FF streamers on twitch? I haven't searched that website for FF streamers yet. So far I've only watched streams of mainstream games like CS:GO, League, DOTA 2, PUBG, and Fortnite.
I only watch Cereth when it comes to FF. However there are many more. You can just search for specific games on Twitch.
 

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Who doesn't. It seems like the best job in the world. However I think some of those guys were getting ill because they spent too much time on the pc gaming/recording, editing, uploading etc.
Not everyone can be a streamer though. You need some charisma to pull it off (and lots of screaming and swearing, if pewdiepie's "career" is anything to go by).
It's true what you just said about being a game streamer to not be an easy task as some people conceive. If one lack the skill set required to be able to handle the stress of the job and also being used to always have the eyes fixated on the system, it's not going to be an easy job.
 

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That is always the concern with gaming or technologies, when we use them too much there is always the risk of getting addicted. I'd say get a schedule, like 8-9 hours a day tops, to avoid that.
I seriously doubt that anyone who really loves a particular game wouldn't get addicted to such, the chances of such happening with the person getting so addicted to the game is quite high.
 

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Sure, it will be hard to find someone here on the community that doesn't like FF, but at the same time, FF is an excellent game, so I'd love to hear the arguments of those claiming to hate it.
My dear they say that hate is a strong word but believe me there lots of people out there who really hate Final Fantasy games. There is one review I saw about and I was so stunned someone thinks such about the game.

Take a look at the article here.
https://www.eurogamer.net/articles/2011-01-11-why-i-hate-final-fantasy-opinion
 
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