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Mar 30th 2012 10:05AM @Tizmah
Well... that's more of a personal opinion, since personally I loved 13, and saw 13-2 as an improvement (mostly) over 13, so not it.
Well true I suppose, but also not the answer!
A hint for the bonus, what they have in common is so far just rumored, but has strong support for it happening.
Mar 29th 2012 7:59PM @Space Cobra
Well... yeah I guess that is true, but...!
*waves hand mystically*
This isn't the answer you're looking for.
Mar 29th 2012 7:17PM Question(s).
If you are playing FF-13-2.
How many more dashes can we fit in this game's name?
Have you beaten FF-13-2?
And finally, are you excited for the possible epilogue to the epilogue of a game?
What's Final Fantasy 13-2 and Mass Effect 3 have in common?
Mar 29th 2012 1:30PM At this point...? My little Pony merchandise I'm betting. A guy like that, with all of that rage issues and short temper? They always collect MLP.
Mar 29th 2012 1:24PM Aye, a 50-copper Scrunchie tax alone would help eliminate a majority of the deficit. Male and Female Bloodelves alike go through them like a Dwarf goes through the Pandaren Brewery's stock.
Mar 29th 2012 11:41AM Or, you can just Ctrl+V (or just V, it's either of those), to pop up the npc nameplates. All you have to do then is click on the plate to interact with the NPC.
There's also nothing sad little basement dwellers like laudickj can do to stop it. Hey, if you want to claim to be one of those types of people, you gotta take on all of what that entails, cheeto dust and all.
Mar 28th 2012 8:25PM Eh... I remember the Core. I never actually had that big of a problem beating the thing. Of course I've always subscribed to the notion of "if it heals, it dies first" so that may have some part in it.
For me, my year-long boss was the last boss of the second disk, Final Fantasy 7. I could take out the first couple forms no problem, but that last one...? That last god-dang one? PAIN IN THE ARSE!
Then of course, there was Bizarro Sephiroth. It wasn't so much the fight, as it was the random choice of whether you had to use 1, 2, or 3 different parties. I got unlucky a lot, and got stuck with the 3 party system.
Soon as I got 1 or 2 though? No problemo, same with Safer.
Mar 28th 2012 8:23PM @(Unverified)
Yep, the main character receives the ability to learn/use it after a certain point in the game.
Mar 28th 2012 8:17PM @fnc2012
Buddy, let me tell you something you learn in basic Political science. And when I mean basic, I mean BASIC.
Free Speech does not give you the right to say anything you want. It has it's limits. If it infringes on others rights, you don't have the right to say it. If it's sole intent is just to incite someone to attack you, you don't exactly have the right to say it.
It's not censorship when you infringe on one's right to live, it's called enforcing the same document that gave you your "Freedom of Speech". And trust me, actively encouraging a large group of people to violate that right, isn't right in any sense of the constitution.
Mar 27th 2012 4:29PM Question is, will it have a fun diversion like Karazhan?
If we're dealing with a bunch of flesh shapers in an environment reminiscent of Karazhan, I want to see Flesh Chess! Or... something like they chose five fleshy monsters, and we choose five fleshy monsters, then duke it out Voltron style as it goes from 5-on-5 to a massive 1-vs-1 Fleshtron battle!