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    Sora96 got a reaction from Scottler in "I want to change my username" & "I want to delete my account"   
    http://kh13.com/forum/user/27196-roxas/
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    Sora96 got a reaction from RuddnioJib in "I want to change my username" & "I want to delete my account"   
    That's because you need to make another post on this thread a week later to make sure you want that name.
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    Sora96 got a reaction from RuddnioJib in "I want to change my username" & "I want to delete my account"   
    What's going to happen to Nathan?
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    Sora96 got a reaction from Scottler in "I want to change my username" & "I want to delete my account"   
    I want my name changed to AaronDesign.
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    Sora96 got a reaction from Scottler in "I want to change my username" & "I want to delete my account"   
    That's because you need to make another post on this thread a week later to make sure you want that name.
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    Sora96 got a reaction from LeroyMax in Dragon Ball Z: Battle of Gods   
    MADMAN ACQUIRES DRAGON BALL Z: BATTLE OF THE GODS
     
    http://www.madman.com.au/news/dbzbattleofthegods/
     
    DRAGON BALL Z: BATTLE OF THE GODS will premiere at the 17th Japanese Film Festival, touring Australia Oct – Dec, 2013. For more information, visit www.japanesefilmfestival.net.
     
    DRAGON BALL Z: BATTLE OF THE GODS will also screen in select cinemas in 2014.
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    Sora96 got a reaction from Gregorylepe in Do you play video games with subtitles on?   
    Do you play video games with subtitles on?
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    Sora96 got a reaction from ShonSpawnMl in No plans for FF1 & 2 in HD any time soon   
    I asked Takashi Tokita, the head of division 9 if there any plans to update Final Fantasy and Final Fantasy II. Unfortunately, there are not. As a result, Final Fantasy and Final Fantasy II remain two of the only entries in the main series not playable in HD alongside IX, XII, Crisis Core, Dirge of Cerberus and Revenant Wings.
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    Sora96 got a reaction from ShonSpawnMl in FF2 free on iOS & Android until Valentine's Day   
    The Final Fantasy Portal App is now a year old and to celebrate you can download the Portal Version of Final Fantasy II for iOS & Android for free until Valentine's Day. The Portal App version of FF2 like FF1 is identical to the regular version however. Final Fantasy & Final Fantasy II remain two of only three mainline games not available in HD, the other being XII.
     

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    Sora96 got a reaction from ShonSpawnMl in Final Fantasy II updated on iOS, now a universal app, major Android bug also fixed   
    Just like Final Fantasy back in February, Square Enix has finally updated the iOS version of Final Fantasy II to make it a universal app. They have also fixed some bugs in the iOS version for the first time in over two years.
     
    The same can also be said for the Android version. Square Enix has finally fixed a bug that made the game crash whenever the device's back button was pressed.
     
    The updates for the iOS & Android versions of Final Fantasy II have also introduced a menu button and a brand new movement system.
     
    The iOS version of Final Fantasy has also been updated with a bug fix.
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    Sora96 got a reaction from ShonSpawnMl in Started FF2, any tips?   
    Been dreading this a bit because of the "level-up system". Anyone got some tips for Final Fantasy II? I'm playing the Android version which is a port of the iPhone version which is a port of the PSP remake.
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    Sora96 got a reaction from SolomonDob in Final Fantasy Type-0 HD ships one million copies worldwide   
    Final Fantasy Type-0 HD has shipped one million copies worldwide. This is the first game from Business Division 2 to ship one million copies.
     

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    Sora96 got a reaction from SolomonDob in Sora96's LIGHTNING RETURNS: FINAL FANTASY XIII Review   
    LIGHTNING RETURNS: FINAL FANTASY XIII is the third and final part of the FINAL FANTASY XIII series and features Lightning as the only playable character, a first in the series.
     
    There are couple of times that you will have someone in your party, this includes The Wildlands with a white Chocobo, and Fang in The Dead Dunes. The Doomsday Clock will start off as something to worry you, but it's literally nothing to worry about when you realize this, you just need to complete the five main quests in order to extend the world's time to a full 13 days. I also recommend you do as many side quests as possible in order to unlock some pretty cool stuff at the end of the game. If you do run out of time, or if you can't seem to defeat the final boss you can restart the game from the first day on the Arc via New Game+ which will allow you to change your difficulty setting and keep all your stats, equipment and items. And I strongly recommend playing New Game+ to complete any side quests and trophies you missed the first time or even the end game things I mentioned earlier.
     
    Fighting some old friends and enemies as boss battles at the end of main quests was also quite fun. I honestly believe they managed to capture Lightning's perspective perfectly, and having her on her own proved that. And while I would have loved fighting alongside characters such as Sazh again or even fighting alongside Fang more, it just wouldn't have the same emotional effect. Gameplay was fun, but took some getting used too. It definitely suited the game though. The combat system from XIII and XIII-2 wouldn't have suited it.
     
    I'll admit when Lightning mentioned visiting Eorzea, I started thinking of playing FINAL FANTASY XIV: A Realm Reborn. Haha.
     
    I will admit I missed leveling up, and monsters only served the purpose of quest items.
     
    I'm very happy to say all my questions were answered in a good way.
     
    In the end closure was brought to every character (except for maybe a white wedding). As per usual, the ending was stunning, I've never seen such a beautiful cutscene. I'll admit I nearly shed a tear when Lightning did.
     
    In summary, this was a great game with a ton of replay value via New Game+ and most importantly an amazing ending.
     
    9/10
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    Sora96 got a reaction from SolomonDob in Sora96's FINAL FANTASY XIII-2 Review   
    FINAL FANTASY XIII-2 is the sequel to FINAL FANTASY XIII, however this time you'll be controlling different characters. This time you're controlling Lightning's younger sister, Serah and a boy from the future called Noel who is the last person alive in his time which is about 700 years in the future. Serah's trying to find her sister and Noel's trying to save the future.
     
    Pretty simple right? Well that depends on your opinion of time travel. You'll be traveling to different areas in time to solve paradoxes and complete side quests. A lot of the time you'll find yourself going to the same places but in a different time. By doing this you'll obtain fragments which are used for unlocking the game's secret ending which requires every single one of them. No easy feat.
     
    Now I mentioned that you control Serah and Noel, but you'll also get a third party member. This third party member is simply a monster you've captured, and you can change the monster as much as you want. Golden Chocobo was my favourite. Through DLC you'll unlock characters from FINAL FANTASY XIII who'll take the monster's position. Gameplay is a lot like XIII's, however with a different party system it is slightly different. 
     
    Square Enix even threw in paradox endings which occur when you complete something an alternative way. I enjoyed these, however I found the final two quite hard to unlock considering you have to defeat a very powerful boss with one character.
     
    Serah's friend, Mog which is a gift from Lightning also proves useful looking for things and being used as a weapon for Serah. Also fighting alongside Snow is also fun.
     
    Changing your outfit is an option, but I chose not too. Nomura's design's are too good. And if you're worried about the lack of an Easy Mode like in the English version of XIII, don't. Square Enix have included it in the English version this time.
     
    As per usual cutscenes, voice acting and music are great. And the ending is beautiful and sad at the same time.
     
    I also strongly recommend purchasing Sazh and Lightning's DLC episodes to expand upon their stories and unlock the ability to use them as the third party member. There's also plenty of DLC boss battles to fight in the coliseum if you want a challenge.
     
    There's also a ton of replay value and side quests to do.
     
    And if you're one of the people who hated XIII for reasons like it being too linear, Square Enix's 1st Production Department took the feedback and addressed it into this game.
     
    You have to purchase DLC to get the full story, but the DLC is very cheap now and the DLC isn't required to enjoy the game.
     
    Overall, FINAL FANTASY XIII-2 is another great game and has a great story with great graphics, music and more. However, I wish they made the secret ending worth all that time.
     
    9/10
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    Sora96 got a reaction from SolomonDob in FINAL FANTASY XIV - Flames of Truth   
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    Sora96 got a reaction from SolomonDob in Sora96's FRONT MISSION EVOLVED Review   
    FRONT MISSION EVOLVED is a third-person shooter developed by Double Helix Games and published by Square Enix for the PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 & PC in 2010. It is the final game in Square Enix's FRONT MISSION video game franchise but is also a reboot so the past games have very little to do with it. The game was produced by Shinji Hashimoto and written by Motomu Toriyama.
     
    This is the only FRONT MISSION game I've ever played, so while I can't comment on past titles in the franchise I can say I fully enjoyed this game.
     
    As expected, Toriyama puts out another great story. The setting is interesting as it uses our own world in 2171 and the main characters are from New York while some of the other main cast comes from Australia & Asia. Toriyama usually only writes for main series FINAL FANTASY games but this shows he can get out his comfort zone and write a very good story based on our very own world.
     
    Visual Works CGI cutscenes are few but as always look amazing.
     
    Graphically the game is nice, it's nothing ground-breaking even in 2010, if you want ground-breaking graphics from 2010 check out a little game Toriyama directed that sold 6.6 million copies worldwide. A few texture issues, but overall everything looks nice.
     
    Gameplay is quite fun, weather you're using a Wanzer or controlling the main character personally. One of the best features of this title is the customization, customizing your Wanzer can be a lot of fun and it brings a lot of strategy to the table but it can also be daunting for some and if you get one thing wrong you could be in for a world of hurt. There's three difficulty modes in Easy, Normal and Hard but unfortunately you cannot change it after starting the game. In addition you can also easily replay every single mission in the game from the title screen which is a nice bonus and it will help you complete the side quests.
     
    Music and sound effects are on point and the voice acting is generally good and the right voice actors have been chosen for each character but sometimes it can be a little lacking in emotion.
     
    There's also multiplayer and DLC for said multiplayer, but of course no one plays the multiplayer now so I was unable to try it which will be a massive pain for trophy/achievement hunters as some trophies/achievement are for multiplayer.
     
    The trophy/achievement list doesn't appear to be too challenging but you do have to complete the game on Hard and get the online trophies somehow.
     
    In terms of challenge, it gets a lot harder on the final two missions but if you know what you're supposed to do you should be fine.
     
    FRONT MISSION EVOLVED brings a great story from Motomu Toriyama and some fun gameplay, it's just a shame this is the end of the franchise rather than the reboot Shinji Hashimoto intended.
     
    8/10
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    Sora96 got a reaction from SolomonDob in Square Enix will continue porting their mobile games to other platforms   
    Yosuke Matsuda, the President of Square Enix has confirmed they will continue porting their mobile games to other platforms. He points out PS4 & PS Vita in particular. They also port mobile games to PC. Square Enix's mobile divisions mostly use Unity which makes porting to almost all other platforms easier, with the exception of 3DS.
     
    Deadman's Cross, Rise of Mana and all four Chaos Rings games are available on PS Vita while the iOS/Android HD remasters of Final Fantasy III and Final Fantasy IV are available on PC. Likely games to be ported in the future include Mevius Final Fantasy, Final Fantasy III, Final Fantasy IV, Final Fantasy V, Final Fantasy VI and Final Fantasy IV: The After Years.
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    Sora96 got a reaction from SolomonDob in Dissidia Final Fantasy live stream, April 13   
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    Sora96 got a reaction from SolomonDob in Final Fantasy Portal App to be released internationally   
    Square Enix has filed for the trademark "FINAL FANTASY PORTAL APP" in the U.S. This pretty much confirms an English release of the Final Fantasy Portal App. The best part of the app is that it allows you to play Final Fantasy VIII's Triple Triad on your smartphone or tablet.
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    Sora96 got a reaction from SolomonDob in Dissidia likely coming to PS4, Team Ninja developing, Hazama producing   
    Sony wouldn't be helping with it if it wasn't coming to PS4.
     
    Don't compare Final Fantasy to Call of Duty.
     
    Kinda hard to announce something at E3 when your line-up is full.
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    Sora96 got a reaction from SolomonDob in Dissidia likely coming to PS4, Team Ninja developing, Hazama producing   
    Yes, and Japanese people prefer to games on smartphones and in arcades.
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    Sora96 got a reaction from JericaCoity in What Do You See When You Think Of The Person Above?   
    So basically what do you see when you think of the person above you.
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    Sora96 got a reaction from bapedsiz in Birth by Sleep Final Mix coverage.   
    For Birth by Sleep it is either 9 - 10 years or 10 - 11 years before the events of Kingdom Hearts I.
     
    Chain of Memories begins in the middle of the final cutscene of Kingdom Hearts that includes Sora, Donald and Goofy.
     
    358/2 Days begins at the end of Kingdom Hearts not 3/4 into it.
    358/2 Days begins at the end of Hollow Bastion I.
     
    Re:coded begins at the very end of Kingdom Hearts II after the Ending and the Credits but before the last two/three cutscenes. This is confirmed as Re:coded's Ending ties into the last cutscene Sora, Riku and Kairi are seen in Kingdom Hearts II.
     
    Kingdom Hearts 3D is after Re:coded and Kingdom Hearts II. But we do not know how long after Re:coded and Kingdom Hearts II it is. And we do not know how long it will be between Kingdom Hearts 3D and Kingdom Hearts III.
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    Sora96 got a reaction from bapedsiz in KH:DDD going to be mentioned at Square Enix Open Conference   
    I'm confused myself. But there is an event that occurred today and might still be occurring. The information in the first post appears to be from an event that happened awhile ago.
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    Sora96 got a reaction from KennethBrusy in The strongest Final Fantasy antagonist ever   
    Who said? The Final Fantasy Committee of course.
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