In which platform the FF is perfectly made?

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I would say that the one on the PS4 is somewhat for me not the best but one the best FF made in terms of graphics and the FF7 would be the best in terms of the story line, for me.

How about yours?
 
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Console and PC versions are almost equal really, though the pc versions do have better graphics, which is not that important imo.
Mobile FF games are usually inferior as they're sometimes not even the same games as their console/pc counterparts, and the controls suck, but I guess they're also far cheaper and good for killing boredom when you're not at home.
 
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If your always on the go, you might want to play on your phone-like Final Fantasy 15, but even if you want to play this game on different platforms-have no worries! Some of the mobile games are a bit different than the console games though-but I would pick Final Fantasy 15- because you will be able to play it on any port now, with the PC port coming out early 2018.
 
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OMG the Pocket Edition looks... ugly as hell. Several websites described it as being "cute", but I am most definitely not a fan of that artstyle change. I wonder how much they changed the actual gameplay and story though, as screenshots make it look a lot more similar to the original game than I thought it was.
 

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Console and PC versions are almost equal really, though the pc versions do have better graphics, which is not that important imo.
Mobile FF games are usually inferior as they're sometimes not even the same games as their console/pc counterparts, and the controls suck, but I guess they're also far cheaper and good for killing boredom when you're not at home.
I prefer Playstation Final Fantasy games over any other because it's where I enjoy playing the most. The graphics are awesome and thrilling as well. I do play mobile Final Fantasy versions but there is a huge difference in the graphics and control just as you said. Mine even shutdown in the gaming process and this totally sucks.
 
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I agree that when playing on the console and pc there aren't many differences, so at the end of the day it will be all about what motivates us the most, if playing on the computer or with the console remote, so our personal preference will play a big role here. I do prefer the computer anytime though.
 
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I agree that when playing on the console and pc there aren't many differences, so at the end of the day it will be all about what motivates us the most, if playing on the computer or with the console remote, so our personal preference will play a big role here. I do prefer the computer anytime though.
You mean the gamepad ? You can easily use a gamepad on the modern pc games, both natively and through the use of some 3d party programs. Xbox 360 and Xbox One controllers for example are natively supported on Windows, I'm not really sure whether Dual Shock 4 is but I know people have gotten it to work on many games, so even if it isn't natively supported it can be made to work.
 

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OMG the Pocket Edition looks... ugly as hell. Several websites described it as being "cute", but I am most definitely not a fan of that artstyle change. I wonder how much they changed the actual gameplay and story though, as screenshots make it look a lot more similar to the original game than I thought it was.
Haha, you sure know how to analyze a game graphics, anyone that first reads your review about Pocket Edition series of Final Fantasy games will never dare try getting it for anything. It's not that bad as you are describing, show a little mercy :D. I believe they wanted to offer something much better but maybe for one reason or another they couldn't.
 

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I agree that when playing on the console and pc there aren't many differences, so at the end of the day it will be all about what motivates us the most, if playing on the computer or with the console remote, so our personal preference will play a big role here. I do prefer the computer anytime though.
Of course yes, individual differences in personality will definitely play a huge role in one's preference to how best such person enjoys playing games, be it Final Fantasy or other games. Although truly there isn't much difference between PC and console.
 
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In past consoles were good for FF games. Then PC based games were good. And after that mobile based games are doing good. I think the current series of the FF games are good for all the games. And on that point surely it'd be reasonable to play those games.
 
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Haha, you sure know how to analyze a game graphics, anyone that first reads your review about Pocket Edition series of Final Fantasy games will never dare try getting it for anything. It's not that bad as you are describing, show a little mercy :D. I believe they wanted to offer something much better but maybe for one reason or another they couldn't.
It's not a review, I avoid writing those anyway because I'm not very good at it. The artstyle is bad, it looks like a bad cartoon to me. Not sure how my opinion would influence others in any way, considering that they can easily see what it looks like themselves.
Now, the reason they couldn't do better was most likely because of mobile hardware limitations.
 
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You mean the gamepad ? You can easily use a gamepad on the modern pc games, both natively and through the use of some 3d party programs. Xbox 360 and Xbox One controllers for example are natively supported on Windows, I'm not really sure whether Dual Shock 4 is but I know people have gotten it to work on many games, so even if it isn't natively supported it can be made to work.
Yeah, these days there are tons of solutions that can really enhance our gameplay, and that is pretty great because wanting to play effectively and being stuck by the controls really sucks!
 
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Console and PC versions are almost equal really, though the pc versions do have better graphics, which is not that important imo.
Mobile FF games are usually inferior as they're sometimes not even the same games as their console/pc counterparts, and the controls suck, but I guess they're also far cheaper and good for killing boredom when you're not at home.
And I'm with you buddy. In my opinion, PC versions are absolutely great about graphics, and I would dare to say more than even console ones. And for sure mobile versions are honestly super low quality, not to mention the fact they always get frozen.
 

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It's not a review, I avoid writing those anyway because I'm not very good at it. The artstyle is bad, it looks like a bad cartoon to me. Not sure how my opinion would influence others in any way, considering that they can easily see what it looks like themselves.
Now, the reason they couldn't do better was most likely because of mobile hardware limitations.
I definitely believe so that it's as a result of mobile hardware and including software limitations that hampered their offering of a better game out with the Pocket Edition of Final Fantasy. Maybe with the recent upgrades in mobile phones would eventually enable them in producing a better one with good graphics.
 

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And I'm with you buddy. In my opinion, PC versions are absolutely great about graphics, and I would dare to say more than even console ones. And for sure mobile versions are honestly super low quality, not to mention the fact they always get frozen.
True, PC graphics are amazing, but when I play FF on my PC I get this annoying loud background hissing noise. It drives me crazy. It seems like it's present in all audio files. It's especially noticeable when I use my headset. I can't really compare with other platforms because I don't own a Play Station and I can't bother playing it on mobile. This game is simply not meant for mobile phones in my opinion.
 
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I definitely believe so that it's as a result of mobile hardware and including software limitations that hampered their offering of a better game out with the Pocket Edition of Final Fantasy. Maybe with the recent upgrades in mobile phones would eventually enable them in producing a better one with good graphics.
FFXV Luminous engine does not seem to very scalable. In other words, it would run like s*** on smartphones, even in some watered down form. FFXV PE has been built with Unity, but the mobile hardware probably couldn't even handle that very well, so they tried to....compensate, in a way, with a different artstyle which is not as demanding. Obviously, some people will like how it looks, others won't.
 
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True, PC graphics are amazing, but when I play FF on my PC I get this annoying loud background hissing noise. It drives me crazy. It seems like it's present in all audio files. It's especially noticeable when I use my headset. I can't really compare with other platforms because I don't own a Play Station and I can't bother playing it on mobile. This game is simply not meant for mobile phones in my opinion.
From gamer to gamer, you know we can play in any console, PC, or device as long as we are enjoying our game. But, for sure we always prefer one more than others so, to me PC is always better because that's the main platform they're usually developed for. Mobile ones are not my favorites, but they're good for those trips, waiting lines, free wifi moments.
 
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