Monday, 6 September 2010

So i'm back after a long period away

Whats up, whats up well lets start to discuss ff14 while im here

The latest controversy to erupt around Final Fantasy XIV consists of accusations that the game shamelessly copy-pastes the same towns and environmental elements over and over without the slightest variation, making one end of the world identical to another and subsequently devoid of character.

Beta testers provide comparison imagery which they claim highlights the problem:


Whatever the acceptable level of repetition in a game, with Final Fantasy XIV now in the late stages of development it may be too late to expect action on this front – of course, with only 8-15 hours of weekly play allowed, perhaps it is hoped players will not have time for the scenery to become too repetitive.

Man i wanna play this game but there are gonna be some huge problems with it, what do the rest of you think?


hamonrye said...

In this day and age there shouldn't be repetition with games like fallout, red dead redemption out there.

CrownClown said...

yea too true

x said...


Showing some support!

Give and you shall receive :)

Come At Me Bro said...

This is awesome!

hunter time said...

well as much as i agree with hamonrye, i have yet to play it and tbh it sounds almost nit picky. if the game play is good i'm sure smaller things like that are more then forgivable

Anonymous said...


Link the lazy ass

Link the lazy ass

If only humans could have a bad motivator i'd use that excuse

If only humans could have a bad motivator i'd use that excuse

the bastard red ring of death

the bastard red ring of death