But cinematics don't make a game. A game is where the person playing it makes there own decisions, when i played FFVII, all I seemed to do is run around, and when I came to an enemy, there was this horrible 'battle mode' that I really disliked.
Originally posted by wluke
Final Fantasy VII is my favorite game of all time. I am glad that Square abandoned the Nintendo platform because none of the current games or their games for the last 3 years could have been made on a cartridge system. Each new game from them brings better cinematics (Final Fantasy VIII has over 2 hours of full-motion-video in it) and rendered characters. Their stories are as in-depth as a book, so much so that you feel a loss when they die and triumph when you succeed. Those feelings are something never felt within a Nintendo game.
I would go so much as to say that Square doesn't even make games anymore but instead creates interactive movies of a depth Hollywood only dreams of today. I purchase every game from Square on my Playstation and will continue to do so. Their Playstation titles outshine the PC ports a lot in Graphics, Playability and ease of gameplay. If the only games I owned were Square games then I would say my Playstation is one of the best entertainment investments I have ever made.
Square games are the reason I will be buying a PSX2 as well. I wish to continue playing their great sagas and watching the cinematics which often times are as good as production movies and a lot more entertaining.
[Edited by wluke on 09-26-2000 at 11:48 PM]