What if FF series is abolished?

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If the developer of FF decided one day to pull his games out, will you cope up with that? Will you be contented with the other video games in the absence of the FFs? What effect will its removal have in your life?
 
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If the developer of FF decided one day to pull his games out, will you cope up with that? Will you be contented with the other video games in the absence of the FFs? What effect will its removal have in your life?
If that ever happens, I will still play my favorite android games and move on with life as if FF never existed. I will also be content with other video games. This is because, people rarely repeat playing games. Someone who completed FF series won't have a problem after the series gets abolished because they already played it.

It can have an effect on someone who started playing and didn't get a chance to finish the series or be satisfied with the game.
 
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I think you could look into other RPG games, and not put all your eggs in one RPG basket like Final Fantasy, because they have other ones out there- although the Final Fantasy series is one of the best RPG franchises of all time. You could look into some other RPG games like Dragon's Dogma and people like Chrono Trigger a lot and say it's one of the best ever made ?

 
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I would imagine that something would spring up to replace it pretty quickly, but of course it would be a lot different no matter what. It would not have the same feeling, that is for sure, at least not for me.
 
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I think you could look into other RPG games, and not put all your eggs in one RPG basket like Final Fantasy, because they have other ones out there- although the Final Fantasy series is one of the best RPG franchises of all time. You could look into some other RPG games like Dragon's Dogma and people like Chrono Trigger a lot and say it's one of the best ever made ?

Haha, you have a good point here. So to avoid losing all the eggs I think we will have to distribute them into different baskets- haha. We should be ready to continue with the other games in case our favorites are gone.
 
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The simple rule of life applies to Final Fantasy games as well. Nothing lasts forever and old is replaced by new. I will not say that the game will find a perfect substitute but something good will definitely come up. I always believe life is mean to move on.
 

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If the developer of FF decided one day to pull his games out, will you cope up with that? Will you be contented with the other video games in the absence of the FFs? What effect will its removal have in your life?
Well if such happens by the developers pulling the plug on the game, as much as it's going to hurt the hardcore fans of Final Fantasy games, but I definitely believe that no one is going to die over it. We might feel sore for a while but in time there are several other RPG games to move on to which are great as well just like the Final Fantasy game series.

The game developers would actually be doing themselves more harm than good when compared who was on the losing end between the gamers and the developers, and it's definitely going to be the latter because most of us would find other games that are out there and permanently replace the Final Fantasy game.
 

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I think you could look into other RPG games, and not put all your eggs in one RPG basket like Final Fantasy, because they have other ones out there- although the Final Fantasy series is one of the best RPG franchises of all time. You could look into some other RPG games like Dragon's Dogma and people like Chrono Trigger a lot and say it's one of the best ever made ?

This is so true, over expectations leads to disappointment and it's definitely what is going to happen should one be playing just one RPG game. I'm not just referring to Final Fantasy games but to other games as well. If you get over dependent on one particular game and shit happens, you will definitely be completely disappointed because it's going to be hard for you to move on to another very easily.

I will check out Dragon's Dogma and Chrono Trigger, probably I would love what the game has got to offer, and as such I would be forced to incorporate it into my game schedule and have fun with it to the best of my playing expertise.
 
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Nothing will happen, I will be a little disappointed and that's it really considering there's a ton of other games and franchises I'm into that won't disappear. But the chances of that happening are minimal anyway, I think they are pretty well off financially now. I think there were talks about abolishing the series if FFXV wasn't a success but that was probably due to the game being in development for such a long time that they wasted a lot of money it.
 

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Nothing will happen, I will be a little disappointed and that's it really considering there's a ton of other games and franchises I'm into that won't disappear. But the chances of that happening are minimal anyway, I think they are pretty well off financially now. I think there were talks about abolishing the series if FFXV wasn't a success but that was probably due to the game being in development for such a long time that they wasted a lot of money it.
Just like I thought and it's still what you opined here and I completely agree to it. Nothing is ever going to be happen should the game be brought to an abrupt end even without any notice. Players would just feel like what the hell is going on? But probably it's just going to be for a fleeting moment and they will simply switch to other games both RPG and non RPG ones and catch their fun to the fullest.
 
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I don't think this can be happening soon, because there's a lot of fans and lovers of FF, but in that terrible case, I will still keep playing it. Being a fan since like always, and there's still a lot to learn about the saga.
 

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I don't think this can be happening soon, because there's a lot of fans and lovers of FF, but in that terrible case, I will still keep playing it. Being a fan since like always, and there's still a lot to learn about the saga.
You are absolutely right in saying this. Final Fantasy games seriously have a huge fan base and I seriously doubt if they are quitting on the game anytime soon because the game still rocks 100%.

The developers as well are making a huge ton of money off the game, so I strongly doubt if they are willing to shut down an investment that's yielding them millions of dollars.
 
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You are absolutely right in saying this. Final Fantasy games seriously have a huge fan base and I seriously doubt if they are quitting on the game anytime soon because the game still rocks 100%.

The developers as well are making a huge ton of money off the game, so I strongly doubt if they are willing to shut down an investment that's yielding them millions of dollars.
Haha... well said! As long as the developers are making big money with the game, you can be sure it will stay for long time. You have to be insane to stop adding more chapters to the saga right? I mean, there must be at least 2 generations playing FF, so you have double amount of people investing on it.
 
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FF series of games or any other type of games may be abolished permanently or temporarily, though people who love it may still have copies of these series kept in the house and may play them anytime they wish. Other series of games are out there for whoever loves games and there are no limits to specific types of such games in the game market.
 
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Considering it is being ported to multiple platforms. And the series being one of the profitable so far. I don't see that is happening any time soon. In fact I'd say there would be more lineup coming in this case. And the amount of effort taken for such series to work out. I am sure it'd be something that may change as well. I guess we just have to find that part out in that case.
 
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Considering it is being ported to multiple platforms. And the series being one of the profitable so far. I don't see that is happening any time soon. In fact I'd say there would be more lineup coming in this case. And the amount of effort taken for such series to work out. I am sure it'd be something that may change as well. I guess we just have to find that part out in that case.
There are rumors that FF XVI is already being worked on, apparently it's going to be open world again. FFXV has obviously been profitable and the series has a big fanbase, so I can't think of a reason why they wouldn't make another FF.
 

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There are rumors that FF XVI is already being worked on, apparently it's going to be open world again. FFXV has obviously been profitable and the series has a big fanbase, so I can't think of a reason why they wouldn't make another FF.
Exactly what I had in mind and I actually think I said it before, Final Fantasy XV is almost a flawless game, it got several new fans into playing the RPG game of FF series and the developers are making millions of profits off the game without breaking any sweat, so just waking up one day and pulling the plug on the game is practically impossible and not going to happen at least not anytime soon.
 
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Well if you are profitable and you have that fan base, you can probably assume it is somewhat of a safe bet. I would imagine as long as money is being made nobody will really be looking to stop.
 
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FF series may be abolished at anytime, but there are always times when this occurs unexpectedly. This is the reason most people prefer to admire multiple games and they wouldn't mind at all when any game is abolished. As games are being abolished, hundreds of other games are being launched daily. So, everybody has alternatives to FF series even if it's eventually abolished.
 
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All great things eventually come to an end. As a gamer, I have never limited myself to a single RPG. So thought disappointed. I'd move on.
 
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