Message Edited by TheLostChild on 08-10-2006 11:00 PM
Message Edited by TheLostChild on 08-11-2006 04:27 PM
Wow, that's very strange they didn't make it for the DS. Anyways, I'm not too familiar with Final Fantasy games previous to FF7, but I'm assuming this one is still a long game right?(Correct me if I'm wrong) The remake sounds cool, but I don't think I could manage playing a long on a handheld system.
,Why? It's cheap, and there's a crapload of really damn good games on it, and many more to come, so why should you be sorry? Sure, the graphics and technology isn't up to par when compared to the PSP, but when did that ever matter to a hardcore gamer? In my opinion, most of the best games ever made were 2D and sprite-based, and some of them are on the DS!
,Anyways, I'm seriously looking into buying a DS, sorry to say too. ,
Alors que Final Fantasy III sur Nintendo DS vient d'obtenir la note de 34/40 dans le magazine japonais Famitsu, ce qui est finalement plutôt décevant par rapport au buzz impressionnant qu'a bénéficié le titre au Japon, Square Enix donne quelques détails concernant le prochain Final Fantasy V Advance prévu sur Game Boy Advance. Ainsi, ce remake à '120%' proposera quelques extras par rapport à la version originale : une nouvelle scène d'introduction, des graphismes améliorés, de nouveaux jobs (gladiateur, canonnier expert en démolition, etc.), et un nouveau donjon. La sortie du jeu est attendue pour le 12 octobre prochain au Japon, et le 6 novembre aux Etats-Unis.,,
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My question is, when is SE going to give PSP some of the remake action? Or will we see these games on the E-Distributin (seeing as they were 'rereleased' long ago)? Anyways, I'm seriously looking into buying a DS, sorry to say too.,,
What do you guys think? Is SE going overboard with classic remakes instead of actually redoing FFVII? Or are you happy that they're remaking clasics? How about the platforms they're redoing them for? any other comments?
!?!? De nouveaux jobs... et seulement pour le GBA? !?!?,
Oh well, the fact that Square-Enix has now chosen to remake two classic FF games (III and V) means that eventually they will also get around to remaking FF VI and FF VII. Of course if they don't release the two latter games for the PS3, well, I dare say Square-Enix better brace themselves for death threats, lol.
Message Edited by PHOENIX33 on 08-10-2006 06:31 AM