What is your favorite Final Fantasy? This basic theory could solve many doubts about the game we prefer
Although the title of this article seems very bold, I want to share a simple theory on which is each person’s favorite Final Fantasy episode. This idea came in a bar conversation, one of those good ones that sometimes pop up when you’re already on your second beer and having a good time. In our case, we always start talking about video games, either by addressing releases, experiences or, in this case, revelations that often lead to nothing.
Well, that day was Final Fantasy’s turn over the presentation I made to my friend about how much I wanted Final Fantasy XVI. So we started talking about our favorite FF and we came to a interesting conclusion which I have shared these days with more friends and acquaintances, many of whom agree with her. So I’m laying it out for you so you can see if I’m right or not:
Indeed, the theory is as simple as that. I’m pretty sure everyone’s favorite Final Fantasy is the first one they get to finish.. That’s why it makes perfect sense that there’s such a difference of opinion when you deliver because FF VII, FF IX, or FF X are so different from each other. Obviously the first time it marks us positively and then it is a very difficult memory to replace. You agree?
Crisis Core: FFVII Reunion PS5
- Remastered from the original CRISIS CORE -FINAL FANTASY VII-, featuring a complete overhaul of HD graphics, a remastered soundtrack, a reimagined user interface and an updated combat system.
- The story begins seven years before the events of FINAL FANTASY VII (1997) and follows Zack Fair, a young and ambitious agent Shinra SOLDIER. Zack is tasked with finding a missing SOLDIER 1st Class agent named Genesis Rhapsodos.
- But as his adventure unfolds, he uncovers the dark secrets of Shinra’s experiments and the monsters they create. The game features a number of characters from the FINAL FANTASY VII franchise such as Cloud, Sephiroth, Aerith, and others.
I would like to know your opinion on the saga and that you even share your experience in the franchise. I start by saying that my favorite FF is Final Fantasy IX and indeed it was the first of the franchise that I finished. Yours?
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