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Not Another Final Fantasy!
Final Fantasy IX (PS)
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Final Fantasy IX (PS)
Date: 19/11/01, updated on 19/11/01 (22 review reads)
Disadvantages: Expensive, Unrealistic, Boring
Why is it that every year, a new Final Fantasy game appears on the shelves of game stores? What is the point when no one can be bothered to progress through all 4 or more disks that you have to buy for 40 quid? Don’t you think that only the sad people actually play them, and then they can’t stop talking about it?
In 2000, Squaresoft released Final Fantasy IX, and went straight in at the number one spot in all leading game shops. Do we really want these games cluttering up the shelves, when we can buy perfectly good games like the Italian Job and Dave Mirra? The answer to that is no. Nobody can be really be bothered to go through all 4 disks, and the real fanatics try to do it in less than a day. As soon as you go to school the next month or so, all the conversations are about are Final Fantasy. I got to this place last night; well I got to this place and got one of these. We don’t need to no.
Why is it that Final Fantasy dominates 1000’s of young teenagers? It takes over their whole lives, controlling their brains to only play, eat and sleep Final Fantasy. Such an unreal world only appeals to the younger generations, and only the real geeks in their teenage years. Why pay nearly 40 quid, and then pay out nearly 15 quid for a guide that tells you nothing. All these people must have money to burn, to spend it on such a boring and unrealistic game that they will only play for a month.
Next year awaits the largely awaited Final Fantasy X to be released on the almighty Playstation 2. Flocks of people will rush into shops on the Friday morning of its release and probably pay around £50 for a few simple CD’s. In a few weeks, all these
Game-fanatics will have completed the game and tossed into the deepest corner of their bedrooms, never to be seen again.