Not played any final fantasy game?

Rossy

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Well, it would be rude to assume that everyone in the world has played final fantasy games. Personally, I have learnt about final fantasy the other day and I'm still struggling to catch up. You are not alone in this; share your experience.
 
Oct 25, 2017
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This is a good place as any, for anybody to learn about the Final Fantasy games. You could really start anywhere with the Final Fantasy series, because they all take place in different worlds, and all games have different characters as well. The big flightless chickens called the chocobos are in every Final Fantasy game-so look out for them-but this guy below can explain how you should get started, when playing Final Fantasy.
 

Anachiwo

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There is always a first time for everything in life my friend. Even myself didn't magically knew about Final Fantasy games and played it immediately inside my mother's belly. It took me a day to know about it from friends and I only made efforts to know more about it buy getting FF 6 first and started playing from there before going back to play from FF 1 upwards.
 
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Well, it would be rude to assume that everyone in the world has played final fantasy games. Personally, I have learnt about final fantasy the other day and I'm still struggling to catch up. You are not alone in this; share your experience.
As they say, you learn daily but not in a day. You will come to understand the real meaning of final fantasy as time progresses.
 

Anachiwo

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As they say, you learn daily but not in a day. You will come to understand the real meaning of final fantasy as time progresses.
As long as the poster is eager to learn, there is absolutely nothing that would stop such person from learning to play and the Final Fantasy games. All it takes is to get any series of the game from FF 1 to FF 15 and commence playing small small.
 

Heatman

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Well, it would be rude to assume that everyone in the world has played final fantasy games. Personally, I have learnt about final fantasy the other day and I'm still struggling to catch up. You are not alone in this; share your experience.
It takes an honest person to admit openly that he or she haven't played a particular game than just trying to follow the trend by trying to blend it. @Rossy I'm impressed with how candid you are and I can tell you that it's not that hard playing FF games. Just get your gaming console and buy the game, any series of your choice and start out. I wouldn't advise playing on mobile phones, it wouldn't give you any good gaming experience.
 
Dec 21, 2017
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Yeah, sure that not everyone has played FF games, but it's more and more a rarity to find someone in the gaming world that hasn't. On the bright side, that person now has a ton of quality FF games to be entertained. :)
 
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More of a rarity indeed and I would be a little surprised to hear of someone not having played, at least if they are a gaming person. I know some people who avoid the whole scene who could count but I will not count those people.
 
Dec 21, 2017
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Yep, a lot of people don't like gaming, but those that do game must have played FF simply because it's one of the best and more complete games out there.
 
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As they say, you learn daily but not in a day. You will come to understand the real meaning of final fantasy as time progresses.
Hi Rosy? There is no real meaning to it. Just a fun platform really. Anyways all the very best as you start playing the Final Fantasy games and please do share with us you experiences, what you liked and what you didn't as you play along.
 
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Well, we don't get good at one game in one day that is for sure, it depends on how much we love it, and how much free time we can dedicate to it. The more we play, the better we get.
 
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