Comment on Final Fantasy XIV Player Populations At Death’s Door by Anonymous:

I agree stop beating a Dead Horse with a Stick.

Wait: Stop beating a Dead MMORPG with a website!!!

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  • Final Fantasy XIV Player Populations At Death’s Door:
    I don’t know about screwing up Final Fantasy right off the bat… FF12 I thought would be an excellent game, but it seemed like they changed writing staff during production – the game map was clearly meant for an open-ended game with a clear start and finish but no clear way of getting there, but they fitted it with a complete failure of a storyline. 13 was so bad I couldn’t play past the first few hours. It’s like they were going to do well, then ditched the good plan for a hackneyed joke. On …

  • Final Fantasy XIV Player Populations At Death’s Door:
    if anything i wonder why they tried not to have anything from xi online? the game doesnt have to be 100% the same as xi but if it aint broke dont fix it right. im sure SE learned alot from xi. so use it use what u learn and let it roll. like the no auction house option. that was madness. calling chocobo’s horse bird’s =/ come on get it together

  • Final Fantasy XIV Player Populations At Death’s Door:
    if SE ever get around to the ps3 release there population numbers would more than triple

  • Final Fantasy XIV Player Populations At Death’s Door:
    quality / china = undefined

  • Final Fantasy XIV Player Populations At Death’s Door:
    First off, yeah it was coming, we all saw it coming from the day it was released, but that aside, i believe square’s increasing reliance on visuals and acceptance by foreign markets has made it unable to compete with even the most basic of rpgs these days. what made ff7/8/9/10 so popular? sidequests, big maps, customization, and even comedy factors in there. 13/14 have none of that, you’re forced to walk the same path everyone else that ever played the game has to walk, with no unique …

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  • Seiyuu Shirakawa Sumiko Passes Away:
    Quite a number of people who are mainly adults now in the 30s or 40s grew up listening to her voice when watching anime in the 70-90s, so even if she wasnt as “legendary” as the author Claimed, she was still Legendary to a certain group of people. Least you could do is not be Rude about it.

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  • Seiyuu Shirakawa Sumiko Passes Away:
    Well, no one will remember you when you die. So compared to you she did bring much joy to those who knew her VA career. How will people remember you when it’s your time to go? Will you do something worth while, or just be forgotten the instant you die? You lose nothing if you show some respect toward other people. Anyways. Rest in peace Shirakawa Sumiko.

  • Seiyuu Shirakawa Sumiko Passes Away:
    Why should I “show respect” for some nobody on the other side of the world who died of old age? People die everyday, grow some balls. I made that post because the author called her legendary when she clearly isn’t.


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