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#1 weaselmorrison
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well, i think that for me it all depends on whether or not i actually like them within the context of the storyline, but for me its...

FFVI - locke - I'm sorry, but aside from when something has an item that is actually worth stealing, i just never use him. at all.

FFVII - Cait Sith - Even though he can be a majorly powerful character, but he is such a #@£$ in the storyline, that i just never want to use him.

FFVIII - I use everyone, as the character customisation is just brilliant in this game.

FFIX - I never use Freya. She just bores me.

FFX - I have to say Lulu and Rikku, as i think that Yuna's base magic stat is just better, and you can teach her to cast black magic anyway. and Rikku is just useless.

FFXII - Ashe and Basch. They are both just puny characters, and the voice acting is the very worst of a very bad cast.

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#2 weaselmorrison
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before i say anything i just want to say that this is purely my opinion.

I dont think that any of the 'mega' optional bosses are particularly hard when you know what to do, as you can usually just level up and then it turns into a simple matter of slogging them with various attacks for a certain amount of time.

i personally think that some of the mid-game bosses were harder, especially in the earlier FF's as you had a limited number of spells, weapons, and you could only realistically be a certain level...

just throwing that out there.

although if i had to pick a mega boss... i would say penance, without Yojimbo. not so much in himself, but because of those blasted dark aeons that you have to fight to reach him/her/it/thing

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#3 weaselmorrison
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I honestly cant think of anything about FFVIII that isnt better than every other FF ever. the summons were the best, the characters were the best, the junction system is still the best levelling system ever in any game, the magic system was excellent, the story was epic... If there was one thing that i perhaps thought COULD be improved on... perhaps was that i found the game to be a tad too easy... until those damn propagators...
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#4 weaselmorrison
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how can anyone say that VIII was the worst one?

imo its the best one!. yeah the junction system takes a while to fully learn to utilise, and the game does get ridiculously easy later in after a few hours grinding, but it was awesome!

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#5 weaselmorrison
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thats one way of looking at it. you will certainly be at it for a while.
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#6 weaselmorrison
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[QUOTE="Fantasy_Gamer"][QUOTE="DrAwesomeMD"]

[QUOTE="Fantasy_Gamer"]One of the most annoying thing in FF9 is the fact that equipment affects your status growth upon level up... The game did not even hint about it. I remember, my Level 99 Zidane has only 4,500+ HP while my friend's Zidane has around 7k+. The strength of his Zidane is also far highr than mine... (He was reading FAQs that's why he knew how to increase stats).joynul

I never noticed that. :shock:

Shocked? See? It's really annoying.

I never really grinded in theame in my two play throughs. I only have my current all level 99 characters when I decided to make my perfect FF9 file... Right now, Eiko is the only one who is not level 99. All characters, except Eiko and Amarant can deal constant 9999. I also have Excalibur II. :D

I just got all the guides for the games 7 8 9 10 10-2 ans 12. so i am going to start with 7 and complete them all fully with level 99. how long do you reckon that will take me.

 if you allow about 80 for each game aside from  XII, where i would allow about 120 hours, (yiazmat, amongst others).

lets face it though, completing the sphere grid and beating EVERY optional enemy in FFX will probably take you longer than the rest of the games put together.

 

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#8 weaselmorrison
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[QUOTE="ktulu007"]

Well all criticism is a matter of opinion. I disagree with GS because I hate FF VIII because the plot is convoluted and nonsensical, the characterization gets butchered in the third disc, and Squall is a whiny emo kid.

I like FF IX though. Except for the final boss coming out of nowhere. 

-Phaz-

haha, same, just beat the second to last boss, was like 'wheyy!!! done with it', then this matey just comes out of nowhere, i was like 'say what?!'

Let's be honest, which FF game can you remember where the penultimate boss doesnt turn into, summon, or set loose something much bigger which serves as the last one.

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#9 weaselmorrison
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To be honest I never noticed that, and I must have completed it about 3 times. the only (I repeat, ONLY) problem I have ever had with FFIX is that the entire game was way too damn easy. even the optional bosses like Hades, Quale, and of course, Ozma, can easily be beaten at about level 60, regardless of stats.