Have any of you guys played this game on the 360?

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Back in the day, I played this game on my PS2 and when I heard it was coming out on the 360 I had to have it. I bought a 360 and FFXI the day that it was released on the 360. The game had a crashing problem with certain areas on the 360, but for the most part, it was very smooth gameplay. Have any of you guys played this game on the 360?
 
Nov 10, 2017
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I am not really sure I have played on the 360 now that I think about it but I know I have never owned one so that eliminates that. I am sure I have though at some point in my life.
 

Anachiwo

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Sadly, I don't have any Xbox gaming consoles, not Xbox 360 or Xbox One. I actually planned on getting Xbox 360 last year but couldn't, so I kept playing only with my Playstation 4 which is still very much new. It's the main reason why I couldn't decide easily on buying Xbox 360 or Xbox One.
 
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Sadly, I don't have any Xbox gaming consoles, not Xbox 360 or Xbox One. I actually planned on getting Xbox 360 last year but couldn't, so I kept playing only with my Playstation 4 which is still very much new. It's the main reason why I couldn't decide easily on buying Xbox 360 or Xbox One.
You should just get the Xbox one.
 
Dec 21, 2017
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Playing on the Xbox is great, but I simply cannot afford one right now. I've played at friends place, and I can advise anyone to buy one, as it's a great gaming experience.
 
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I have noticed the crashing problem and this is not quite well because this happens exactly in the climax of the game. Still, is a great game!
 
Dec 21, 2017
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Ouch, if the game crashed at the game climax that would be annoying. Is this happened to a lot of people that you know @wallet? If it is, this has to be reported to the support.
 

Anachiwo

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Playing on the Xbox is great, but I simply cannot afford one right now. I've played at friends place, and I can advise anyone to buy one, as it's a great gaming experience.
I'm seriously considering getting Xbox One, the last time I witnessed people playing on it in a public event center, I couldn't hold myself back because it looked very awesome as well as impressive.
 
Dec 21, 2017
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Yeah, getting a console is more often than not a great investment. There is so much offer out there that we should analyze properly the console we are getting though, as they don't come cheap!
 
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Back in the day, I played this game on my PS2 and when I heard it was coming out on the 360 I had to have it. I bought a 360 and FFXI the day that it was released on the 360. The game had a crashing problem with certain areas on the 360, but for the most part, it was very smooth gameplay. Have any of you guys played this game on the 360?
Are you still playing this game on the PS2? Well, it's ok that is not the problem to suffer from. I think playing games on the PlayStation is quite easy and convenient as compared to the other system as it provides better graphics quality and processing units. I also used to play a video game on PC and PS 4, one of the great things about this console is that you can carry your game to other PlayStation console. I also like to play a video game, mostly I used to play the role playing game like Final Fantasy, Farming Simulator, Battlefield 5 and many more. These games can be either played on the PC or on the console. Playing a video game for me is like keeping you active in the day to day life. Depending upon the gaming card you can also do other activities like watching TV shows, downloading songs, etc. Get more information about the gaming consoles if looking to play the latest series of the video game on the PS2. One can also invite their friends to join in the running video game in order to extract more fun out of it. Playing the game in the multiplayer is interesting, but it is true that we have to gain certain experience in the single-player mode.
 
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